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Cleveland Scene
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Type Newspaper
Format Weekly
Publisher Times-Shamrock Communications
Headquarters Cleveland, OH

The Cleveland Scene is an alternative weekly newspaper based in Cleveland, Ohio. The newspaper includes highlights of Cleveland area arts, music, dining, and films, as well as classified advertising. The first edition of the newspaper was published in the 1970s.

Cleveland Scene provides a yearly "Best Of" list for the Cleveland and outlying areas that includes Best Restaurants, Best Clubs, Best Theater, etc.

Cleveland Scene employs regular columnists as well as freelance journalists.

When the competing Free Times was shut down briefly in 2003, the Scene was investigated for antitrust violations.

Current Ownership

In July 2008, the Free Times printed its final issue and merged with The Cleveland Scene.

The Free Times and Cleveland Scene were purchased by Times-Shamrock Communications located in Scranton, PA. Times-Shamrock is a media company that publishes daily and weekly newspapers throughout Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, Florida, Michigan, and Texas. They also own radio stations in Baltimore.

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