Fall is slowly creeping into northeast Ohio. The signs are everywhere: the cooling temperatures, the changing leaves, the college football season hitting its stride, the Indians limping to finish their season while flirting with a franchise record 12-game losing streak, the Browns once again trying to figure out that whole "football" thing (while the Browns' weekly embarrassments surprise me about as much as the sun setting, I still don't get how the Tribe managed to get within one loss of tying a record skid). That's right, Cleveland. Even though summer has just passed, it'll only be a short while before another dreary winter sets in and stubbornly refuses to leave. But even with all the dismal fall recurrences here on the lake, northeast Ohioans can be optimistic about one thing in the c ...
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