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Episode 28: The Happiest Sports Moments, Browns Win, and Bookhouse Brewing

We’re really excited about episode 28! Why? Because the vibes are so good: the Browns won, Baker rocked out in his first NFL game, Indians will play the Astros in the ALDS, and we got to review an awesome new brewery in Cleveland! We start the episode discussing our top five happiest sports memories. Last week we kind of brought the mood down with our top five saddest sports moments, so this week we decided…

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Hangout of the Week: Bookhouse Brewing (Ohio City)

Breweries, bars, and restaurants are often noisy and sometimes chaotic places. The sounds of music, multiple TV sets, dishes clanking, and the chatter of dozens of people often drowns out conversation, forcing you to lean uncomfortably close to someone just to be able to understand them. You might go the whole night without one meaningful conversation. Excessive noise and thumping basslines won’t be a problem at Cleveland’s latest brewery, Bookhouse Brewing (1526 W. 25th St.),…

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LOTL Sports Take — 9/26/18 — The Brownies Finally Win, Baker’s Beautiful Debut, and Free Bud Light

The first 22 mins of this game just felt like any other Browns’ disappointing loss. Although this one was about to be extra disappointing, because national media experts, Vegas odds makers and local sports personalities thought this would be a game the Browns could and should win. Especially since they almost beat two perennial playoff contenders in the first two weeks. Unfortunately, that attitude changed rapidly after the opening kickoff. Excitement and enthusiasm changed into…

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Episode 27: Saddest Sports Memories, Browns-Jets Preview, and Goodbye Josh Gordon

 Our 27th episode is recorded from Jordan’s 8th-floor, luxury apartment in North Olmsted! With a view of the gorgeous North Olmsted skyline, which features Great Northern Mall and Walmart, the boys started the episode off discussing the beer of the week, which was Sibling Revelry’s Ohio Native Festbier. The first topic of the night, our Top Five, deals with heartbreaking sports memories. Jordan, who’s not a native Clevelander, focuses on Houston teams and Tottenham…

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Episode 26: Scary Movies, Christmas Movies, and Browns Losing Streak Ends (kind of)

For our 26th episode, we debuted a new intro! We jump right into a discussion about our poll of the week: which holiday movie do you prefer: scary, or Christmas? The boys go over the poll results and chat about which holiday movie they prefer. Then, we do our Top Five, which was our top five favorite holiday films. Dan and Jordan went with Christmas, and Jimmy went with Halloween/scary movies. After that, we preview…

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Episode 25: Pumpkin Spice Lattes, Top CLE Concert Venues, and Goodbye Hard Knocks

Our quarter-century episode was a fun one. For one, Jimmy was back (via Skype again) and Teresa made her second appearance. Two, everyone was in a giddy mood, because we kept spinning down rabbit trails and saying weird stuff. It was fun! The episode was fueled by a brand-new Cleveland beer, the 73 Kolsch by Great Lakes Brewing Company. This beer was brewed specifically in honor of the Cleveland Brown’s icon Joe Thomas and is…

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Picture of the Week: Cleveland Skyline via Tremont Cleveland Sign

This week’s LOTL Picture of the Week is from a listener, Jacob Ockunzzi. Follow him on Instagram at @jacuzzi4. Jacob describes his inspiration for this picture, and the following photos, below: Cleveland may not have a night skyline like New York City or Los Angeles, but to me its skyline is spectacular. For about a year I have been into photography, and I have always loved taking photos of Cleveland during the day from places…

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LOTL Sports Take – 9/05/18 – Here We Go Brownies (For Real!)

It’s September. The leaves are changing colors as summer transitions into fall, pumpkin everything is sold in stores and coffee shops, and with all of that change comes football season. Football season in Cleveland is usually always filled with hope in September and despair in December. This year, however, despair is a word that many Browns fans feel confident they can rid from their vocabulary. There is a new hope, a new energy, and a…

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