Topic: Miserable but not alone

June 14, 2012

Cleveland, like every other city, has a series of stories that it likes to tell about itself when it comes to sports, and everything else. Harvey Pekar's Cleveland, the posthumous comic novel by the city's sainted sourpuss bard, tells a story that both explodes and enhances the familiar Cleveland mythos.

May 21, 2012

A hypothetical: You enjoy baseball. You enjoy watching baseball. However, you are not a Yankees fan. Imagine that the Yankees make a run to the World Series, thereby vexing you. You can change channels and watch something else. If you're mean-spirited, you can watch and pray the Yankees lose. That's not much fun, though. But the Internet has a solution to the problem of being alone and miserable! It's called Twitter.