Folks in northeast Ohio can take heart because the news could be worse.
Yes, the Cleveland-Akron-Canton metro area jumped up in Orkin’s latest list of the “top 50 bed bug cities” again, and yes, that means we’re sitting at #6 now.
But it could be worse. We could be Cincinnati, a former #1 that still sits at #5.
In fact, it’s good news that greater Cleveland is still behind Cincy. Our state capitol, Columbus, leap-frogged the Queen City this year, coming in at #3, just behind Chicago (#1) and Los Angeles (#2).
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2. St. Louis Blues, 1929 RKO/Sack Amusements FREE Screening (one of several shorts), Feb. 26th, 7:30pm, Rock Hall - This sixteen-minute short film shot in Astoria, Queens, New York City, is blues singer Bessie Smith’s only screen role. In it, she plays a long-suffering wife of an uncaring gambler. Co-produced by W.C. Handy, author of the title song, the film also features Isabelle Washington (sister of actress Fredi Washington) who plays the “other woman.” Pianist James P. Johnson and the Hall Johnson Choir accompanied Smith and added to the overwhelming pathos of her singing, making this dramatized interpretation of the blues a true film classic.2 of 6
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