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Finish the job with a gold stamped screen print a heather gray beanie cap, if the weather requires and he ready for class with chic.

Smith, a 20 year old sophomore at Indiana University, is bucking the common college style of branded apparel. By their rules. don I just design my own clothing that I want to wear? And if I do that, someone else is going to want to wear them as well. mission to MARS is also his premier project. This semester, he made the bold decision to switch his major from business to apparel merchandising. He still aims to minor in business, as the two fields go hand in hand, but the switch has permitted him the chance to try out an edgier artistic vision.

Consider the screen prints AM GOD, and AM PERFECT, with the last word scratched out to symbolize imperfection. Humility. An opposing view from the theme of much popular music that he doesn quite agree with.

seems to be referring to themselves as God, Kanye West specifically, Smith said. called himself which is offensive in so many ways to so many people. We want to take that and flip it. No one is God. proof was in the returns, as the two statement shirts, as well as (scratched out to imply WAS THE SAME proved to be MARS most popular sales items.

Smith buys his stock from a company that also works with famed streetwear brands Diamond Supply Co. Crooks and Castles, he said. His screen printer, Brian Nast, of Hammond, also has done work for the NBA and NFL. 13, 2013, two months after Smith and Albin started piecing their catalog together. While Albin is situated near Lake Michigan, studying music production at Columbia College in Chicago, the two collaborate via email and text to steer their product line.

It how they prefer to market, too. Living near Willkie Residence Center allows Smith the chance to be social, but the college life can be too busy, especially in the winter, for face to face consultation.

definitely make our efforts to personally talk to people, but online is just so much easier, Smith said. giving us our best results. also the business card sized stickers, which Smith places in common areas of campus, efficiently and neatly carrying the MARS logo, and its Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and website information.

we decide to put out, our views go up about five times that day, he said.

MARS has even made a few sales to Canada and surrounding states, with shirts priced around $15 and sweatshirts near $20. They rather entry level prices in a fashion industry known for brands with surging pay to play prices.

Smith acknowledges he loves brands. He long been an admirer of the look, and he can be seen around campus kicking Air Jordan 6 basketball shoes and Beats By Dre headphones. But he doesn feel a need to match their prices: $75 shirts. $200 shoes. $300 headphones, and beyond.
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Randy Ludlow The Columbus Dispatch

A Cleveland judge, Michael P. Donnelly, announced Wednesday will seek the Democratic nomination for one of the Ohio Supreme Court seats up for election fall.

have to have faith in our courts for our justice system to work, Donnelly said in a statement. that work within the system have an obligation to prevent that faith from eroding. As a trial judge, you can do this by being fair, transparent, and accessible, but your impact is limited to one case at a time. I asking Ohioans for the chance to have a broader impact as a justice of the Ohio Supreme Court. received his bachelor’s degree from John Carroll University and his legal degree from Cleveland State University’s Cleveland Marshall College of Law. He served two years as an assistant Cuyahoga County prosecutor and seven years in private practice before being elected to the bench.

There are two seats at stake in the party primaries. Justice William M. O’Neill said he is resigning effective Jan. 26 to seek the Democratic nomination for governor. Republican Justice Terrence O’Donnell is forbidden from seeking re election by reaching the mandatory judicial retirement age of 70. O’Neill also would have been ousted by the retirement age requirement.

Republican Gov. John Kasich will appoint a replacement to fill O’Neill’s seat once he departs later this month.

The governor’s office only received three applications to fill the spot Mary DeGenaro, of Youngstown, judge the Youngstown based Seventh District Court of Appeals since 2000; Richard L. Johnson, a partner in the Toledo law firm of Eastman Smith; and Carol M. Gottschling, director of human resources for Lorain City Schools. They will be interviewed by a screening committee that will make a recommendation to Kasich.

DeGenaro is considered a heavy favorite to be Kasich’s pick since she is an candidate of the Ohio Republican Party and her selection would allow her to run for election as an appointed incumbent.

Craig Baldwin, of Newark, a former Licking County judge who has sat on the Canton based Fifth District Court of Appeals since 2013, is the other GOP endorsed candidate for the court.

The Ohio Democratic Party has not yet endorsed Ohio Supreme Court candidates.

Justices and judges are nominated in partisan primaries, but do not appear with party designations on general election ballots. Republicans now control the court by a 6 1 margin, with O’Neill the lone Democrat.
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Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is having a good year carrying passengers, but it’s also a strong performer in cargo shipment, according to this analysis from Forbes. airports with the strongest trade growth this year.

The top 10 airports are in nine states, with only California having two. The airports are on the East Coast (Atlanta and Miami), the “central” part of the country (Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Dallas Fort Worth, Salt Lake City), and the West Coast (Seattle Tacoma, San Francisco and Los Angeles). Three types of exports appear most often as drivers of the growth: Aircraft and aviation related parts, computer chips and blood fractions, including plasma and white blood cells.

All told, there are more than 450 of these “ports” for international goods to enter and exit the United States. exports are up 6.13% through the first 10 months of the year.

He notes that exports out of Cleveland are vastly exceeding that pace, with growth of 15.96% for the first 10 months of 2017.

Here’s Roberts’ analysis of Hopkins, which he writes has seen exports grow $3.64 billion this year compared with the like period of 2016:

Civilian aircraft and parts rose 29.01% compared to last year to $4.86 billion.

Computer chips rose 7.21% to $2.42 billion.

Cell phones rose 11.99% to $1.34 billion.

Plasma, other blood “fractions” and vaccines rose 182.8% to $1.18 billion.

Orthopedic appliances rose 7.89% to $1.09 billion.

THIS AND THAT Akron gets a nice shout out in a new report from the Brookings Institution, titled, “A tale of two Rust Belts, continued: Can the Midwest’s smaller communities succeed?” A key challenge for many communities, large and small, in the industrial Midwest “revolves around how they can evolve their economies from reliance on low skill factory jobs and paternal company town employers (many now long gone), to more diverse and dynamic entrepreneurial economies,” Brookings says. A number of the larger city/regions “have successfully shed their single industry monikers and realities,” the report states, but smaller cities have a tougher time doing so. But Brookings likes what it sees in Akron. From the report: In Summit County, Ohio, home to historic tire and rubber town Akron, a revitalized downtown with mixed use developments, arts, museums, convention centers and stadiums has breathed new life to the core city; public private university partnerships have supported the location and growth of employers in emerging technology, manufacturing, and polymer/plastics sectors; and new transportation and logistics hubs leverage Akron’s location as a major transportation crossroads.

Maybe it’s a good thing you don’t have to think about going to the beach anytime soon. Kent State University in a news release highlights some research done by Tara C. 21 in the journal GeoHealth. The release states that students in her lab took 280 samples from 10 freshwater recreation areas beaches, finding Staph aureus in 64 samples (23%) and MRSA in 23 samples (8%). Staphylococcus aureus and MRSA can cause severe and even life threatening illnesses, including sepsis and endocarditis. In the release, Smith said roughly 11,000 people every year in the United States die of staph and MRSA related disease, while the bacteria cause another 80,000 invasive infections and millions of skin and soft tissue infections.

Forbes crunches some numbers (and adjusts for inflation) to come up with a list of the 25 highest earning athletes of all time. Topping the list, not surprisingly, is Michael Jordan, with career earnings of $1.85 billion (and counting) in 2017 dollars. At No. 11, and sure to move higher, is Cavaliers superstar LeBron James, with career earnings of $730 million in NBA salary plus endorsement money from brands including Nike, Coca Cola, Beats by Dre and Kia. James also owns a stake in 17 Blaze Pizzas, which Forbes calls “the fastest growing food service business of all time.” Another Cleveland connection comes in the No. 3 spot, occupied by golfer Arnold Palmer, with $1.4 billion in career earnings. He died in 2016, but his estate earned $40 million during the last 12 months. Forbes says the partnership between Mark McCormach, founder of Cleveland’s IMG, and Palmer, his first client, “revolutionized sports marketing.”
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Clemson’s Wayne Gallman (9) dives into the end zone for a touchdown turn during the second half of the NCAA college football playoff championship game against Alabama Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017, in Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Chris O’Meara) Clemson’s Wayne Gallman (9) dives into the end zone for a touchdown turn during the second half of the NCAA college football playoff championship game against Alabama Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017, in Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Chris O’Meara)

RALPH D. (AP) College football’s first national championship rematch was fitting sequel to the original, with an unusual twist at the end.

Deshaun Watson and Clemson dethroned the champs and became the first team to beat Nick Saban’s Alabama dynasty in a national title game, taking down the top ranked Crimson Tide 35 31 Monday night in the College Football Playoff.

Watson found Hunter Renfrow for a 2 yard touchdown pass with a second remaining to give the Tigers their first national championship since 1981. A year after Alabama won its fourth title under Saban with a 45 40 classic in Arizona, Clemson closed the deal and denied the Tide an unprecedented fifth championship in eight seasons.

The lead changed hands four times in the fourth quarter, but Watson got the ball last. Likely playing in his final college game, the junior quarterback threw for 420 yards and three touchdowns.

Coach Dabo Swinney had built an elite program at Clemson that was missing only one thing, and now the Tigers can check that box, too.

The Tigers took a 28 24 lead with 4:38 left in the fourth quarter when Wayne Gallman surged in from a yard out.

The Tide’s offense, which had gone dormant for most of the second half, came to life with the help of a sweet call from newly promoted offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian. Howard for 24 yards.

On the next play, Hurts broke free from a collapsing pocket and weaved his way through defenders for a 30 yard touchdown run to make it 31 28 with 2:07 left.

More than enough time for Watson, who hooked up with Mike Williams and Jordan Leggett for great catches and big gains to get to first and goal.

A pass interference on Alabama made it first and goal at the 2 with six seconds left. Time for one more play to avoid a tying kick and potential overtime. Renfrow slipped away from the defense at the goal line and was alone for an easy toss. It was the walk on receiver’s second TD catch of the night, adding to the two he had last season against Alabama.

When it ended Clemson’s 315 pound defensive lineman Christian Wilkins did a cartwheel and Ben Boulware, one of the toughest linebackers in the country, was in tears.
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Justin Miller is only 29 years old, but he’s been an entrepreneur for most of his life.

Miller, who today is the CEO and founder of LED lighting and component manufacturer CleanLife Energy, first got the entrepreneurial itch when he was 13 and learned HTML from a middle school web design class. He used his skills to start a sports blog funded by selling online ads to local restaurants and to build websites for businesses owned by his friends’ parents.

Later, while attending Miami University, he booked and sold tickets to concerts and other on campus events. Then he studied abroad and, later, moved to China, launching an English Chinese translation service and a branding and marketing consulting company to help American companies enter the Chinese market.

“I’m a 29 year old with 16 years of business experience,” Miller says today. “I was fortunate enough to learn my business lessons at a much younger age, both domestically and internationally. I’ve been able to build the right network of contacts and take the right steps to prevent those mistakes from happening again.”

Miller knew he had found a winning business proposition when he saw the emerging market for LED technology while living in China. At the time, Miller “saw the future and the potential” with it, and was passionate about LED’s environmental benefits.

He saw LED as high quality light that’s more energy efficient, lasts longer and free of hazardous substances, he says, with a safer manufacturing process than traditional lighting. and launched CleanLife in October 2011, initially focusing on selling LED lighting for vending machines and, later, for refrigeration and outdoor signs.

The company cleared $500,000 in sales its first year, but learned that LED technology was cost prohibitive for many businesses “probably 20 to 30 times more expensive than it is right now,” he says.

Convincing customers to choose the pricier option was tough Miller flew around the country hosting lunch and learns with architects, designers and engineers to demonstrate the technology in person.

“A quick little e mail blurb that didn’t do the trick,” he says. “We had to get our product and our face and our brand in front of these customers.”

Successfully scaling CleanLife also was a challenge, because the company needed bigger facilities, more testing equipment and the capacity to hire more staff. Miller says he found an ally in the city of Cleveland, which has offered equipment loans, job creation grants and vacant property initiatives.

That allowed CleanLife to bring some of its technology in house and build a local engineering team with talent recruited from Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland State University.

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Industry trends are also on their side: In the last few years, LED lighting has become more affordable, and CleanLife had a competitive advantage because it had beat other, larger companies to market.

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The company currently has 20 employees in Cleveland and one in Italy, and Miller says they plan to create about 35 to 40 jobs in the next three years locally in manufacturing, engineering and supply chain.

“CleanLife was the right time, the right place, the right people, the right time in my business career,” Miller says. “The right time of getting in with the technology in the early stage. It was really timing. Everything fell in place.”
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New data suggest that Athersys’ stem cell therapy just might work after all.

Stroke patients treated with MultiStem did significantly better than others who received a placebo, according to data collected one year after they received the treatment. on Thursday, Feb. 18, up from $1.45 at the end of the business day on Wednesday, Feb. 17.

That represents a reversal of fortunes for the Cleveland company: The trial was technically labeled a failure after early data did not hit goals that the company set in advance.

Thus, the company’s stock price fell by 58% during April 2015. Most of that drop occurred on the day that Athersys released the early data, which was collected three months after patients received treatment.

The new numbers look much better.

Of the 65 patients treated with MultiStem, 23.1% achieved a complete or near full recovery after one year. Only 8.2% of the 61 placebo patients achieved that level of recovery, which is known as an “excellent outcome.”

Patients who received MultiStem within 36 hours after having the stroke did even better: 29% of those 31 patients achieved an excellent outcome.

The company suspected that would be the case, judging by the early data. Thus, CEO Gil Van Bokkelen and some stock analysts continued to tout the therapy’s potential.

Future clinical trials will focus on treating patients within 36 hours of the stroke, Van Bokkelen said in a news release announcing the results.

Even MultiStem patients who did not achieve an excellent outcome did better than the placebo group: They “had 1.6 fewer average hospitalization days, and an 11% lower proportion of patients with death or life threatening adverse events,” according to the news release.

Athersys aims to commercialize the technology in Japan first. That country has loosened regulations related to stem cell therapies.

And if Athersys can reproduce the results, pharmaceutical companies will “beat a path to Athersys’ door to see what else could be done” with the MultiStem technology, said Brozak, who has long been bullish on Athersys.

It previously had formed a partnership with Chugai Pharmaceutical Co. However, after early data from the trial failed to meet expectations, the two companies ended the partnership.
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Jamie Stuck, chairman of the Athens Township based NHBP, issued a statement this week, saying the Sault Ste. Department of Interior denied this week the Sault Ste. Marie tribe of the Chippewa Indians’ land applications for the proposed Kewadin Lansing Casino, the Lansing State Journal reported.

The Sault Ste. Marie tribe filed the applications more than two years ago. Its applications to build a casino in Huron Township near the Detroit Metro Airport also were denied this week.

Jamie Stuck, chairperson of the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi. (Photo: Provided)

The NHBP, which owns the FireKeepers Casino Hotel in Emmett Township, is one of two tribes that have publicly opposed the projects. The Saginaw Chippewa tribe, which owns Soaring Eagle Casino Resort in Mt. Pleasant, also has voiced opposition.

In his statement, Stuck raised concerns about the tribe building casinos more than 300 miles away from their homelands.

“For five years, the federal government and local governments of Lansing and Romulus have expended resources on this matter,” he said.”We have expended resources to fight this effort because we believe in protecting the current system of tribal gaming and complying with the basic principle that tribes should stay within their historic aboriginal territories when acquiring lands into trust status.

“What the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe was trying to do would have set bad precedent for all tribes in Michigan.”

Stuck also said the projects would violate state gaming compacts, which require tribes to obtain written agreement from all Michigan tribes before pursuing off reservation casinos.

Aaron Payment, the Sault Ste. Marie tribe’s chairperson, said in a statement Thursdayhis group vows to do what it cantotry and make federal officials reconsider.

“We have no intent on giving up, and we will soon determine which option legal, administrative or legislative will we pursue to continue our fight for our legal rights,” Payment said.

Plans for the Kewadin Lansing casino call for up to 3,000 slot machines, 48 table games and several bars and restaurants. Plans includetwo parking decks with about 2,900 spaces.

The Sault Ste. Marietribe once owned Detroit’s Greektown Casino, but lost control of it duringa 2008 bankruptcy.
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BALTIMORE (TNS) In the months after the London Olympics in 2012, Michael Phelps wanted little to do with the business of being Michael Phelps. The most decorated Olympian in history was depressed.

“I didn’t want to talk to anybody,” he recalled. “I just wanted to crawl into a dark hole and be left alone.”

Four years later, as he makes plans to teach water safety to kids, to invest in his own businesses, to watch his son, Boomer, learn to walk, Phelps feels none of the old dread. The retired Olympian is confident he’ll continue to feel contented with a life no longer defined by the dark lines at the bottom of a swimming pool.

“I think just where I am in life, that’s why it’s so different,” he said. “Having a family, but also just being engaged in everything in my life. Before, I was just so distant from everything. I didn’t want to talk to anybody. I didn’t want to be around anybody. I didn’t want anything. That’s the biggest difference.”

Phelps was in Edgewood, Maryland, on Friday for a visit to that branch of the Boys Girls Clubs of Harford County, where he paired with one of his sponsors, Krave Jerky, to donate $20,000 to help expand the Michael Phelps Foundation’s “im” water safety and recreation program.

The 23 degree temperature was a bit of a shock compared to the 75 degrees Phelps and his wife, Nicole, felt before they boarded a flight from their home in Arizona. But the cold did not diminish Phelps’ holiday cheer.

“Michael, Michael, Michael,” the elementary school kids chanted as Phelps ducked in to share lunch with them. They shrieked with glee after he handed out gift bags containing swim goggles and Beats by Dre headphones (another of his sponsors).

Phelps urged the kids to ask for help from the adults in their lives. “It’s hard to go through life by yourself,” he said. “I learned that the hard way.” But he also advised them to write down their greatest ambitions, post them in a visible place and make plans to pursue them step by step. It was the path he followed from a seemingly mundane childhood in Towson, Maryland, to 28 Olympic medals.

Phelps broke into laughter after one boy raised his hand and wished him well should he decide to unretire for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

“I was like, ‘Wow, man, I’m getting shots thrown at me from every side.’ Even little kids are telling me to come back,” he said afterward, grinning.

He knows he’ll face questions about a comeback for at least the next three years. Why wouldn’t people wonder after he won five gold medals and a silver at age 31?

Just as he said in Rio de Janeiro, Phelps told the kids he would “probably” never swim competitively again. He can’t help leaving the slightest wiggle room. But at the same time, he recalled how his mother, Debbie, greeted him at his hotel in Rio after his last Olympic race in August.

“Four more years?” she said.

“I was like, ‘Mom, you’ve got to stop,'” he remembered. “This is it. I’m done. I came back for one more.”

He said he knew it for sure as he approached the wall in his last individual race, the 100 meter butterfly. It was the only one he lost in Rio.

“I said to myself in the last couple strokes, ‘Either this is going to end perfectly, or it’s going to end how it’s supposed to,'” he said. “And I’ve never had that thought before.”

In the moments after the race, Phelps, the most hard bitten competitor his sport has ever known, seemed utterly content with his silver medal.

“It’s just a good way to close my career,” he said Friday. “There’s nothing else I need to do or want to do.”

And yet, even Phelps’ agent and close friend, Peter Carlisle, recently said that if Los Angeles wins its bid for the 2024 Olympics, he wouldn’t be surprised to see Phelps swimming at age 39.

“I was like, ‘Wow, thanks, Peter,'” Phelps said. “I really appreciate you firing that one out there.”

Phelps has gone through the past few months in the usual post Olympic whirlwind, striking up new sponsorship agreements, besting fellow Rio gold medalists Simone Biles and Aly Raisman on the television program Lip Sync Battle and traveling to China for appearances on behalf of Under Armour and Beats by Dre.

Earlier this week, he was in New York for Sports Illustrated’s Sportsperson of the Year gala, where LeBron James told him, “You’re literally a fish. Literally. I have no idea how you do what you do.”

He felt a minor epiphany while he was in New York, running on the treadmill at his hotel. He realized his goals no longer had anything to do with a clock above a pool.

“I think that was my biggest transition, just setting goals where, my whole life, it’s been times,” he said. “That’s what I’ve done my whole life. Now it’s trying to make the transition to the real world. We get to start a new chapter and we get to do some of the things we’re extremely passionate about. And that’s the fun part.”

After his appearance in Edgewood, Phelps was scheduled to fly to London with Nicole and then back to the couple’s home in Arizona for Boomer’s first Christmas.

Asked what he looks forward to most over the next year, Phelps quickly said his son’s first steps and first words.

“I’m pumped to see it, even though he’s probably going to crush me when he starts to walk,” he said. “I’m going to be running after him nonstop when he’s running around the house, but it’s going to be fun.”

He and Nicole, who quietly married in June, will also finally take a honeymoon in 2017. And a sibling for Boomer? “I’m not pregnant!” Nicole quickly interjected.
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It officially the Dogg days of Bluesfest as the summer extravaganza kickstarted its second half with a healthy helping of hip hop, with A$AP Rocky, Deltron 3030, Ms. Lauryn Hill and the Doggfather himself, Snoop Dogg taking the Main Stage Tuesday night.

As Lauryn Hill set ran extra long after opening her show with a 40 minute DJ rave up there was some mild fretting, but little in the way of fanfare to settle the fans who had already spilled over into Snoop Main Stage camp.

It was nearly 45 minutes into his scheduled 9:30 start before Snoop first appeared amidst a heady haze of smoke, his DJ puffing down his own Philly blunt onstage and encouraging the swelling horde of about 25,000 one of the bigger Bluesfest crowds of the year to do the same.

Not that they needed any encouragement as Snoop dropped the beat on I Wanna Rock.

With all the f bombs, n bombs, mf b and hoes dropped throughout the evening, the language quickly became less offensive and more a part of the vernacular, just an easy and well established excuse to rhyme.

“Anybody in the house smoke weed?” Snoop asked redundantly.

The answer, apparently, is everybody, as the crowd obliged his infectious breakout hit, Gin and Juice with some stimulants of their own.

All fans had to do was close their bloodshot eyes to envision themselves “Rollin down the street smokin indo, sippin on gin and juice.”

He hit up California Gurls, the Katy Perry tune to which Snoop lent his considerable street cred, making the popstar a whole lot cooler than she really should have been.

And by the rapidly approaching deadline, Snoop charmed all the “lovely single ladies” to whom he dedicated the deliciously dirty, and rather blunt I Wanna F You, and the sexual energy of Sensula Seduction.

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Snoop could have forgiven the competing coasts to give due props to Harlem A$AP Rocky, one of the emerging bright lights on the hip hop scene, who heated up the Main Stage.

Opening with Pretty Flacko, Rocky raged through his hour long opening set with his two man A$AP crew, reeling off rapid fire ghetto rhymes and bass heavy beats.

The second track, Bucket Noise, from his upcoming Live Love A$AP debut, came without any beats at all, just a throbbing bass drop, the rhythm provided solely by Rocky fresh flow.

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