"It went viral pretty quickly," said former Cleveland mayor Stan Jones of the video.
There were some boos, but desperate fans of Cleveland quickly resumed praying at his feet.
Focusing on attracting the “hip cool” single set, Piiparinen maintains, simply sets places like Cleveland up for failure.
city in Ohio, U.S., laid out 1796 by Gen. Moses Cleaveland (1754-1806) and later named for him. His descendants included U.S. President Grover Cleveland (1837-1908). The family name is from place names in England based on Middle English cleove, a variant of cliff.
A thousand dollars; a thousand-dollar bill: The British publicist offered me an exclusive with King Freddy for a Cleveland—$1,000—but I passed
[1990s+; fr the presidential portrait on the banknote]