Saturday, February 28, 2009


Our friend Wendell Robinson has a new business identity and contact info, as noted below. Wendell first met us through an interview for Meet.The.Bloggers when he ran against Jimmy Duh for county commissioner. Wendell was right in a lot of ways, and he ran a good blog.


Beyond the global nature of the medium, the blogging connection has also been local for me.  Without the encouragement and support of my friends in the Meet the Bloggers network, I would never have conquered the code and process that makes blogging a great people-powered platform (by the way if you haven’t done it, you really should scroll down the list of podcasts over at the MTB site - it’s a monument for what a REAL oral history is all about).  I would be remiss when writing about local bloggers if I didn’t single out the blogopimp of Northeast Ohio, George Nemeth, and his place over at Brewed Fresh Daily.  George has been brewing up a fine pot over the last few years and without his incessant percolation, this page would have been significantly less.


From: Wendell Robinson []
Sent: Friday, February 27, 2009 1:34 PM



Dear Tim -
I hope this email finds you well as I prepare to take a new and substantial step in my professional life. You may know I have devoted the majority of my work time the last two years to a partnership with Bobby George and Chris Cole in helping them develop the sports marketing and management firm - ColeGeorge Sports.
As last year came to a close, it became apparent that our team was heading in separate directions (Bobby actively building his restaurant group, Chris doing more direct work with college programs and me focusing on political projects, event management and marketing activities). While our organization made some strides (working with athletes like Brady Quinn, Braylon Edwards and Troy Smith has been an unbelievable experience), I felt the time had come for me to leave the company's Managing Partner role and pursue opportunities more in congruence with my goals and interests. And while I will not be working with Bobby or Chris directly in the immediate future, I will continue in a project management capacity with one of the George family's other entities on a political project.

The result of this transition is the formation of my new firm - The Victory Box, LLC. Even though The Victory Box is a new venture, in many ways it will be an extension of the work I've been doing for the last few years - focusing on the needs of our clients to help them maximize their success.

Please do not hesitate to contact me (as you will see I've got a new phone number and email address) should you have any questions, comments or simply want to re-connect. I look forward to speaking with you in the near future.


Check out the website (sorry it's still under construction)
Wendell W. Robinson, Jr.
The Victory Box, LLC
Direct Dial: (216) 333-3322

The Victory Box
"exceptional solutions for extraordinary people and exclusive projects"

Saturday, February 21, 2009

2 years later, & now comes the full disclosure: "Med mart bonds cost millions more with private company"

We didn't talk about this during the Put It On The Ballot campaign nearly two years ago, and the sales tax increases sailed through in time to help the county balance the books at the end of 2007. We have the Greater Cleveland Partnership with Nancy Lesic and her airplane, Fred Nance and his firm SSD, and pre-FBI-investigation county commissioners for that one.

Now, after having tried to collect his firm's fees from the county instead of from the GCP, Vornado, or the Kennedy family's company, here's Fred again, innumerate as ever, claiming that the $75,000,000 premium we will be paying is "well worth it."

We are paying for some really bad help here. Is it time to pull the plug on this before it gets worse?

Med mart bonds cost millions more with private company - Metro -

Thursday, February 19, 2009

"Old Brooklyn Blogs"

Our neighbors across the Brooklyn-Brighton Bridge now have a blog, begun in February of 2009. I follow, through Blogger.

Old Brooklyn Blogs

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

FW: About Cleveland: How to Get Tickets for the Rock Hall Ceremony

Sandy Mitchell sent us this email about how to personally benefit from the $1,000,000.00 our elected help at Cleveland City Council gave the Rock Hall to have the dinner in Cleveland this year. How much is that a plate?

If you have any ideas about how we can get our money back, so that the city and the schools and the library can pay their bills to people who have already done work for them, post them here.

I understand that our local government entities are stiffing more businesspeople than usual, and for more protracted periods. If my information is inaccurate, then all the entities have to do is show us their payables, and I'll stand corrected.

From: Sandy Mitchell - Cleveland Guide []
Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2009 3:30 PM
To: taferris-AT-GMAIL.COM
Subject: About Cleveland: How to Get Tickets for the Rock Hall Ceremony


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For the first time in the 24 year history of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony (it predates the museum), a limited number of tickets will be offered to the general public. What's more: the ceremony will be held for the first time in Cleveland, not New York City. If you're eager to see the event first-hand, we have the details on how to get tickets. See below.

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How to Get Tickets for the Rock Hall Induction Ceremony
A limited number of tickets are being made available to the public for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at Public Hall on April 4. Call-in sales for museum members are January 22 and 23, with walk-up sales for non-members are January 24.

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About the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Cleveland's most popular attraction--the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame--sits at the edge of North Coast Harbor in downtown Cleveland. I've visited more than a dozen times and always find something new and exciting. Be sure to take in the special exhibits on the top floors. They are easy to miss, but always worthwhile.

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The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced its 2009 inductees. The 600-member Rock Hall selection committee has chosen: Jeff Beck, Little Anthony and the Imperials, Metallica, more

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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Drunken man crawls into wrong bed in Sheffield Lake - Metro -

From the Cleveland PLAIN DEALER. The article's hilarious, the picture's complementary, and the comments trump all. Enjoy.

Posted by Michael Sangiacomo/Plain Dealer Reporter February 17, 2009 13:41PM

Categories: Crime

Sheffield Lake Police--Buck Walls

SHEFFIELD LAKE -- Who's that sleeping in my bed?
Michael Johnson was surprised when he woke up on Saturday and found a drunken man sleeping in his waterbed beside him.
Johnson said that the man was not there when he went to bed and that he had never seen him before.
Police were called, and Buck Walls, 29, who lives in the same city but in a different house, was arrested on a charge of burglary. Police said Walls had been so drunk that he walked into the wrong house and climbed into the wrong bed.
Capt. Tony Campo said when Walls awakened, he refused to leave the house, saying he knew the owner.
According to the police report, Walls was still drunk when police arrived.
"He had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath," the report said. "He was swaying back and forth and had great difficulty maintaining his balance."
A short time after police placed him in a holding cell, Walls' mother called the station to report her son missing after a night of drinking.
Campo said he had never seen anything like it.
Walls lived on the south side of the city, while he was found in a house by the lake.



Posted by EYEamPOED on 02/17/09 at 2:23PM

THIS is news???

Will Regina and Connie write a "column" on this now???

Posted by PhatBass on 02/17/09 at 2:33PM

Now if he got the wrong trailer I'd believe it .

Posted by august1942 on 02/17/09 at 2:40PM

This reminds me of a story that happened to my neighbor. She forgot to lock her front window for the night and went to bed. She awoke to find a man sleeping on her couch, freaked out, ran out of the house and called police from a neighbor. The police arrived, woke up the man (drunk as a skunk), took him to jail and so forth. Come to find out he was a brother of a neighbor and was visiting from out of town. In his drunken state, he thought he was at his brother's house, could not get in the door with his key and found the open window, crawled in and fell asleep on the couch.

I don't know what if anything happened to the drunk, but would bet my bottom dollar all her windows stay locked now.

Posted by jimbo12 on 02/17/09 at 2:44PM

Been there, Done that, Got some strange too!

Posted by vwojo on 02/17/09 at 2:49PM

WOW could you imagine?? no one got hurt, now its funny!

Posted by nonsense on 02/17/09 at 3:01PM

Burglary? Doesn't sound like he was able to do anything but sleep. Glad no one was hurt. He probably doesn't even remember how he got there.

Posted by jdcw on 02/17/09 at 3:03PM

Burglary??? I thought it was funny. Now I am sure it wasn't for the homeowner, but can you imagine?????

Posted by rpuck on 02/17/09 at 3:03PM

free buck walls, free buck walls....

no justice no peace............

support rally at 7pm Herb's Tavern

Posted by ruxpeerenced on 02/17/09 at 3:06PM

If I ever do porn I know what my screen name will be
Buck Walls is a great name

Posted by geeceee24 on 02/17/09 at 3:14PM

LOL...they were spooning.

I think this Michael Johnson probably slipped him a roofie....took him home to the waterbed....took advantage of him and then called the cops.... Buck Walls is probably very sore today.

Posted by drydude1 on 02/17/09 at 3:29PM

This one is almost too funny

Posted by linky80 on 02/17/09 at 3:37PM

change your name to Buck Wild ASAP.

Posted by grnbstrd on 02/17/09 at 3:57PM

Remember what Sgt. Hartman said about unlocked footlockers in "Full Metal Jacket". Sure, charge Walls with burglary, but charge Johnson with stupid while you're at it. Lock your freakin' door, numbie.

Posted by mchamr on 02/17/09 at 4:08PM

Maybe he was out ice fishing and got disoriented.

Posted by BledOrngBrwn on 02/17/09 at 4:29PM

The man still lives with his mother, I think he gets a pass on the intoxication

Drunken man crawls into wrong bed in Sheffield Lake - Metro -

Monday, February 16, 2009

Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist: Everybody's Church, tonight at 9 on channel 25

My family, the Ferrises and the Michaels, worked on the renovation of this city's Roman Catholic cathedral back when they were Presbyterians, after the war, the Second World War. My dad was an apprentice carpenter there. My Uncle Hugh fell through the roof and lived. Gloria and I now attend there because we're comfortable, wrapped in tradition and good architecture, trying to figure out where Uncle Hugh came through. Under the direction of Bishop Lennon and Father Estok, there are new and interesting things happening there these past few years.

Monday, February 16 at 9:00 PM

Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist: Everybody's Church

This documentary examines the history and role the Cathedral has played for nearly 160 years in Cleveland. The program highlights the beautiful cathedral building in which Clevelanders celebrate the Eucharist and worship – the Cathedral parish, everybody’s church. In beautiful detail, this program captures and recounts these historic events and the life of the Cathedral today, providing a magnificent archive for the generations to come. The Cathedral today is a vibrant and enthusiastic institution, community, and ministry at the heart of Northeast Ohio’s religious, civic, financial, and social crossroads.

More information

WVIZ/PBS ideastream® | Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist: Everybody's Church

Friday, February 13, 2009

National Fairness Campaign Blog: The National Fairness Campaign Symposium in Cleveland, with dial-in instructions

This is just a reminder that this, the second such symposium of its kind, is kicking off right now in Cleveland. The dial-in number is 1-712-580-0100 code 290952#, and the dialogue will be on-going from 0915 to noon and then from 1 until 4. I'll be listening in all day and tending to business appointments in between. The last symposium, a few Saturdays ago, had some incredible content, the kind of stuff you won't hear from mainstream media or politicized nonprofits.

“Enforcement and Regulation”

A Retrospective & Best Practices Identification Symposium
To be held at the Unified Technologies Center at Cuyahoga Community College main campus on Friday 13th 2009, Cleveland, Ohio 9:00 AM - 4:00PM

The National Fairness Campaign will review past political agreements and governing compacts and their relationship to the social, economic development environment under an Obama Presidency. The National Fairness Campaign will also identify and address historic moral gaps.
Ohio is a focal point of the National Fairness Campaign because it is middle America, and has demonstrated past and current innovations to address fairness and capacity building, including state government minority business development programs, initiatives to increase the budget for the African American males commission, and the creation of the proposed 2009 American Reinvestment & Recovery Program and federal solutions.

National Fairness Campaign Steering Committee

General Chairman Joseph Debro - Co-Founder, National Association of Minority Contractors [NAMC]

Co-Chairwoman Pandora Ramsay - Founding President, Ohio Fairness Campaign

Co-Chairman Irvin Henderson - member of Board of trustee's of the CRA Fund, the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the National Community Reinvestment Coalition.

Co-Chairman Fred Hargrove Sr. PE,MBA – President of Hargrove Engineering and Chief Engineer for MDi's BioSafe Level IV Facility AEC/GC ops.

Convener of the National Fairness Campaign Steering Committee

Dr. Robert Day - President, Center for Urban & Rural Redevelopment
Steering Committee Adviser and Panel Moderator
Lawrence Auls – and Executive Director LISW, LTD who is a published author

Current Cleveland Panelists

William F. Pickard, PhD – a successful 25 year business owner of manufacturing facilities, Chairman and CEO of Vitec USA, an owner of McDonalds franchisees and a volunteer instructor at Alabama State University

Mark Batson – President, PolicyBridge, Inc

George D. Edwards - Founder and President, Black Trades Council of Ohio

John Lawyer - Interim Vice President, Campus Planning and Operations, Case Western Reserve University

Clifford King - Vice President and CRA Officer, Dollar Bank of Cleveland

Jeff Johnson - Former Ohio State Senator and former city of Cleveland Director of Community Relations.

William Patmon - Former City of Cleveland of Councilman, former Chair of Affirmative Action and Employment Committee.
Carl White – President, The NET Video

Kathryn M. Hall CDP,MA - Resource Specialist Director Major Gifts, Health Programs, Cleveland Museum of Natural History.

Zakiyyah Saleem - Founder of Buckeye's for Change

National Fairness Campaign Blog: The National Fairness Campaign Symposium in Cleveland

Thursday, February 12, 2009

I am now a member of The Social Media Club - Cleveland

Well, here's another interesting proposition, following up on my progression through Linked In, Facebook, and Plaxo. I am still curious as to how to value these media, and this seems to be trying to be something along the lines of the Uber-Network.

I'm still for some reason grateful that I never got more involved in MySpace. It continues to disturb me.

My Page - Social Media Club - Cleveland

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

FW: The National Fairness Campaign Symposium in Cleveland, Friday the 13th

Here's a note from our friend Hershel down in Cincinnati, operating out of Cleveland this coming Friday. Click the links below for details on the symposium being held here on the 13th; meanwhile, I'm searching for my hockey mask. How about a Friday the 13th "flash mob" that day, everyone sporting hockey masks? Where should we be? (see Clay Shirky's new book Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing without Organizations, p. 164 ff)


Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2009 1:50 AM
To: Tim Ferris
Subject: The National Fairness Campaign Symposium in Cleveland




Hershel Daniels Junior wrote:

I found an interesting blog article and would like to share it with you.

The National Fairness Campaign will review past political agreements and governing compacts and their relationship to the social, economic development environment under an Obama Presidency. The National Fairness Campaign will also identify and address historic moral gaps.

Ohio is a focal point of the National Fairness Campaign because it is middle America, and has demonstrated past and current innovations to address fairness and capacity building, including state government minority business development programs, initiatives to increase the budget for the African American males commission, and the creation of the proposed 2009 American Reinvestment & Recovery Program and federal solutions.

We plan to use this and other funding mechanisms to capitalize our plan to upgrade homes in NEO that would create a secure means tested dynamic broadband wireless network that has built in universal access with established cellar carriers and WiFi/WiMAX networks whose HQ is located in the Cleveland Empowerment Zone.

For more information please goto blog at

The National Fairness Campaign Symposium in Cleveland

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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Senator says HUD contributes to Cleveland blight - New Philadelphia, OH - The Times-Reporter

George Voinovich once again is half right: HUD has contributed to the residential-housing mess in Cleveland. However, demolition is not a cost-effective solution; it merely compounds the wasting of assets. Here's the short article, from downstate:

Associated Press

Posted Feb 06, 2009 @ 07:46 AM


U.S. Sen. George Voinovich is demanding that the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development do more to address blighted properties in Cleveland.

Voinovich wants the federal agency to begin demolishing rundown houses instead of selling them to speculators who do little to improve their condition.

Voinovich says in a letter to newly confirmed HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan that HUD should be a partner in the city's recovery, not a contributor to the city's blight problem.

Elected officials and housing activists have long complained that HUD ignores offers by Cleveland community groups to buy homes for rehabilitation.

A HUD spokesman says the agency will analyze all HUD-foreclosed properties in the area and get back to Voinovich quickly.

Senator says HUD contributes to Cleveland blight - New Philadelphia, OH - The Times-Reporter

Sunday, February 08, 2009

thanks, Jeff

Jeff Schuler must have tweaked RealNEO's Drupal platform somehow, because this is the first time I have been able to post to my blog on RealNEO using Windows Live Writer (shall we call this "WLW"?). WLW is available at no charge and makes cross-posting to various blogs with varied readership possible. This post, for instance, because it's instructive, will be posted over at Tim Ferris, at ACT III, at Save Our Land, and at Brooklyn Centre National Wildlife Community.

So once again, thanks, Jeff Schuler.

empirical evidence viewed as breakthrough on 'broken windows' theory

I began thinking about and dealing with the urban situation in Worcester and then in Boston in the late 1960s.  Here's research done by people at Harvard and at Suffolk that "is seen as strong scientific evidence that the long-debated "broken windows" theory really works - that disorderly conditions breed bad behavior, and that fixing them can help prevent crime."

"In traditional policing, you went from call to call, and that was it - you're chasing your tail," said Lowell patrol officer Karen Witts on a recent drive past a boarded up house that was once a bullet-pocked trouble spot. Now, she says, there appears to be a solid basis for a policing strategy that preemptively addresses the conditions that promote crime.

Many police departments across the country already use elements of the broken windows theory, or focus on crime hot spots. The Lowell experiment offers guidance on what seems to work best. Cleaning up the physical environment was very effective; misdemeanor arrests less so, and boosting social services had no apparent impact.

Such evidence-based policing is essential, argues David Weisburd, a professor of administration of justice at George Mason University. "We demand it in fields like medicine," Weisburd said. "It seems to me with all the money we spend on policing, we better be able to see whether the programs have the effects we intend them to have."

And this particular study, he said, is "elegant" in how clearly it demonstrated crime prevention benefits.

The broken windows theory was first put forth in a 1982 Atlantic article by James Q. Wilson, a political scientist then at Harvard, and George L. Kelling, a criminologist. The theory suggests that a disorderly environment sends a message that no one is in charge, thus increasing fear, weakening community controls, and inviting criminal behavior. It further maintains that stopping minor offenses and restoring greater order can prevent serious crime.

That theory has been hotly debated even as it has been widely deployed.

It's good to note that all of this was accomplished without massive demolition or offering the obscenity of selective tax abatement. We must remember that safety is the keystone of urban replanning and redevelopment--we live on top of a goldmine, a wealth of built heritage, and all we have to do is stabilize it and restore it. It does not take banks, developers, and community development corporations; it takes uncompromised safety forces, a sense of values among the residents, and hard work. It's actually fairly simple.

Breakthrough on 'broken windows' - The Boston Globe

Saturday, February 07, 2009

MidTown Brews/Mogulus TV: Featured Interview On Online Learning | The Redgate Read On Online Learning

And here's Shaun Redgate's link to the MidTown Brews Thursday recording. Click the line below, then click "Watch Shaun Now." We found out, by the way, that Shaun had his start in radio in the Boston area.

Featured Interview On Online Learning | The Redgate Read On Online Learning

YouTube - Brainpower for Regional Economic Prosperity

Here's something that the I-Open crowd--Betsey Merkel in particular, I think--put up to introduce last Thursday's MidTown Brews guest, Shaun Redgate, who blogs at Thursday made history, in that it was the first brewless MidTown Brews; wicked bacchanalian revelry returns next month as the venue shifts back to Insivia and the eminently corruptible Andy, raised by Jesuits.

The Thursday turnout was most excellent; lack of spirits did not dampen spirits.

Thursday, February 05, 2009

erasaing the digital divide, playing in Cleveland February 13th

Our friend Hershel Daniels down in Cincinnati left this tidbit for us on Facebook, and I thought I share here to give it some advance notice:

"At the Cleveland National Capacity Building Symposium we will talk about broadband and our ability to implement a best practices methodology that creates a means to erase the digital divide in the America's, Africa and Asia - from a Ohio based headquarters.

Technology Theme: Enforcement and Regulation of Broadband: A history and a future

"We will propose a National Building Program for broadband that can be implemented over the next 18 months, if we act wisely, in unity, within a regulatory environment that follows the letter, as well as the spirit, of the law where we [through the digital universe as Americans] will oversee the peoples government [at all levels] investment in its people, fairly based on successes and failures as we erase the digital divide."

This symposium is to be held at the Louis Stokes Telecommunications Center at the Cuyahoga Community College main campus on 13 Feb. 2009. Drop by and or send us your policy and or technical paper on broadband in America."

Tuesday, February 03, 2009

The New City Beautiful!

Feed: Cuyahoga County Planning Commission Weblog
Posted on: Tuesday, February 03, 2009 2:07 PM
Author: Kevin Leeson
Subject: The New City Beautiful


Ned Hill and Fran Stewart of Cleveland State University call for a "New City Beautiful - a model of development that emphasizes urban design and the importance of public spaces as a way of creating and holding value in private places."

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Conference on the Community Reinvestment Act, February 6th, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Gloria and I are registered for this and plan to attend. Will any of you be joining us? As of Wednesday, the 4th, we understand that the registration process is closed.

We received this from our friends in Cincinnati last week:

February 6, 2009 Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

The Community Reinvestment Act has come under increasing scrutiny as a result of the nation's subprime lending and foreclosure crises. What role, if any, did the landmark legislation play in the demise of the nation's financial services industry? How should policymakers modify the CRA to ensure it meets the credit needs of low- and moderate-income individuals going forward?

This one-day conference includes presentations and discussions on the CRA that are aimed at facilitating an exchange of research-informed perspectives on the role of the Community Reinvestment Act in delivering financial services to individuals in low- and moderate-income communities. The conference is part of the Cleveland Fed's ongoing efforts to facilitate and help inform high-level discussions on proposed regulatory reform—in this instance, the regulation of financial services available to low- and moderate-income individuals.


February 6, 2009

8:00 am

Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00–9:10 am

Opening Remarks

Ruth Clevenger, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Session I. Financial Services Available to Low- and Moderate-Income Communities

9:10–9:50 am

Financial Services, Saving, and Borrowing Among Low- and Moderate-Income Households

Michael Barr, University of Michigan Law School

9:50–10:30 am

Discrimination in the Mortgage Market

Stephen Ross, University of Connecticut Economics Department

10:30–10:40 am


Session II. Mortgage Lending in Low- and Moderate-Income Communities

10:40–11:20 am

CRA and Mortgage Lending in LMI Neighborhoods

Neil Bhutta, Board of Governors

11:20 am–12:00 pm

CRA Lending in the Fourth District

Lisa Nelson, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

12:00–1:20 pm


Speaker: Mark Willis, Ford Foundation

Session III. CRA and Financial Institutions

1:20–2:00 pm

Impact of CRA on Household and Financial Institution Incentives

Robert Avery, Board of Governors

2:00–2:40 pm

Impact of CRA Agreements on Community Banks

Breck Robinson, University of Delaware

2:40–2:50 pm


Session IV. Perspectives on the Community Reinvestment Act

2:50–3:30 pm

The Role of the CRA in the Subprime Crisis

Glenn Canner, Board of Governors

3:30–4:10 pm

Viability of CRA and Potential Alternatives

Peter Wallison, American Enterprise Institute

Session V. Open Discussion

4:10–5:00 pm

All speakers

Mark Sniderman, moderator

Sunday, February 01, 2009

National Fairness Campaign Blog: good work, looking forward to more

There was an event that happened down in Cincinnati yesterday afternoon that I think is seminal. Follow the link below to my comment on The National Fairness Campaign Blog.

Now this is an even better reason to convene a dialogue, and to put it on a tour bus for a few days with blogger support. This group wants to take it to Washington to begin the third attempt at Reconstruction, and this time, it's not all about race.

National Fairness Campaign Blog: good work, looking forward to more