They have drag shows every weekend and dancing afterwards. Church Bar (13751 Madison Ave, Lakewood) just opened last year and is a great add to Cleveland’s queer bar scene.
It’s really just a great neighborhood bar with a splash of gay: cozy and laid-back with friendly bartenders.
Women’s Happy Hour (WH2) takes over a different bar once a month and brings out a multi-generational crowd to their events.
If you have the time and the means to take the 45-minute drive to Akron, definitely check out Square and Thursdays (306 East Exchange Street, Akron).
Investigators with the Ohio ICAC Task Force responded to several online advertisements seeking younger girls posted by Chartier, 53 of Cleveland Heights.
On January 21, 2014, Chartier traveled to meet who he thought was a 13-year-old girl and was arrested moments later by officers with the Ohio ICAC Task Force.
Bounce (2814 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland) is the go-to gay dance club in Cleveland.
It’s important to keep up appearances: where does the finicky foodie with a love for culture and the great outdoors go? With these dates costing less than per person, you can continue living up your Tinderella dreams.
This database, set up by Gabriel Baird, supplements stories by Leila Atassi and Rachel Dissell, analysis by Baird and web design by Felicia Mc Donald.
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In a 4-3 decision, the court said it was not condoning the behavior of the officer involved in the case. COLUMBUS, Ohio - A divided Ohio Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a decision from Cuyahoga County that struck down a law barring police officers from engaging in sexual conduct with minors.
But the section of the sexual battery statute, as written to apply to officers, violated the equal protection clauses of the U. A 4-3 decision, the ruling by the state's highest court also affirms the appellate decision to overturn a Waite Hill officer's conviction.