Tribe Rallycry 2016 (Let’s Go Tribe) Released to Fire Up Cleveland


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Our baseball team has brought home the American League pennant and the entire region is celebrating their trip to the World Series.
As a tribute to our “City of Champions” MOSSOM is releasing a rocking new single today entitled, “Tribe Rallycry.”
MOSSOM is a Cleveland-based “drum-and-bass duo that “puts a harder, heavier spin on the raw rock revitalized by the likes of Jack White and the Black Keys,” says IndieU Magazine.
From highlight and fan reels, to radio and sports segment show intros, to firing up on the road to game – MOSSOM created this anthem with “Tribe Fever” – and are offering it as a FREE download heading into the World Series.

What Goes Down Must Come Up

Photo by Joshua C York

Photo by Joshua C York

“Why learning to mountain bike in the Cleveland Metroparks has gotten me nowhere!”
by Joshua C York

Today I found myself atop what was oddly a very tall hill in an otherwise pretty flat part of Oklahoma. I was in Tulsa, and I rode the Turkey Mountain trail network up and down and back and forth and somehow gained 800 feet to be straddling my bike and gazing down a straight chute of rock and scree and wondering just how I was supposed to ride back down the sketchiest stretch of downhill I have ever attempted. Continue reading

Little Tremonsters Announces Contest for Free Soccer Classes in Lincoln Park


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by Adrienne E. Linnick
Little Tremonsters
Soccer Shots is starting Spring soccer classes for ages 3-5 in Lincoln Park every Tuesday at 6pmfrom April 7th – May 26th.  You can register online at (the cost is $87 for all 8 classes).  In addition to garnering interest in the classes, Little Tremonsters would like to sponsor a child to participate.  Potential participants can email and write 200 words or less about why they’d like to receive the sponsorship.  Classes start in just 2 weeks!  Please contact us with any questions.  Thanks!

Little Tremonsters is a group dedicated to keeping parents, caregivers and neighbors informed about kid-trending topics in the Tremont area.

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Scranton Students Surprised by Cavs’ Kevin Love, DICK’S Sporting Goods


Christmas came early for hundreds of students at Scranton Elementary School as Cavaliers star Kevin Love and the DICK’S Sporting Goods Foundation surprised the school with two new basketball hoops to replace crumbling equipment.

DICK’S is donating 100 basketball hoops to deserving communities across the country through a program called “Holiday Hoops.” Scranton, which received its hoops Tuesday, was the first in line. Continue reading

Merrick House is Home Court for I CAN Schools

A special report by The Tremonster

Merrick House is partnering with I CAN Schools to provide students in their NEO Prep Academy high school athletics Program a home court in Tremont.

According to Rocky Melendez, Merrick House Assistant Director and Coordinator of Youth Services, “What Merrick House is doing is going out into the community and partnering with neighborhood schools, neighborhood churches, and other organizations within our own community so that they can utilize the gymnasium.  Continue reading