“Feagler has been entertaining, chastising and instructing us for three decades with his newspaper columns. He is our Royko, our Damon Runyan, our Balzac, capturing our foibles and the goofy logic with which we pursue our grand schemes.” — Northern Ohio Live
Dick Feagler’s sharp-witted newspaper columns and TV commentaries defined Cleveland for a generation. This book collects the award-winning columnist’s best writing about his hometown: 104 essays covering Cleveland politics, sports, crime, people (famous, infamous, and ordinary), and timeless tough issues. A comprehensive and uncompromising look at life in and around the city.