Cuyahoga River

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Cuy·a·ho·ga River

 (kī′ə-hō′gə, kə-hō′-)
A river, about 160 km (100 mi) long, of northeast Ohio flowing southwest then north to enter Lake Erie at Cleveland.
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Your latest track Burning River is the first single from an exciting new project.
Eric performed with Burning River Brass at the International Trumpet Guild Convention in Columbus and other venues in Ohio.
A: If the Gay Games inspired you to become an athletic supporter in Cleveland (but you'd rather watch contact sports with a beer in hand than from the field of play) the Burning River Roller Girls (BurningRiverRollerGirls.
Anne McClain, an accomplished ultra-runner, has competed in the North Coast 24 Endurance Run, Burning River 100-Mile Endurance Race, Oil Creek 100 Trail Runs (100K), and over half a dozen 50K events.
Senator George Voinovich appeared at The 2012 Burning River Fest on July 21 to receive the Burning River Foundation's inaugural "Outstanding Environmental Leadership" award.
The city has never really been paid much respect nationally and has been the butt of more than a few late-night jokes about a burning river and the like.
That's why in Ohio and eight other Midwestern states, it seems a supermarket cannot run a successful beer department without a case stack or two of Burning River Ale, Edmund Fitzgerald Porter or some other product from Great Lakes Brewing Co.
Cleveland-based Great Lakes Brewing Company will offer brews including Burning River Pale Ale, Dortmunder Gold Lager, Edmund Fitzgerald Porter, and Eliot Ness Amber Lager, among others.
It's less obvious than a burning river. Unfortunately, we in the environmental community have not made this threat tangible to the public.
Words borne across the land--by wind, in glacial drift, along the meandering course of the burning river: is that the reclining poet, the stick figure by the barn?
Forget those images of a burning river; forget the jokes about "the mistake on the lake."