๐Ÿš“ How To Get Busted Twice In A Day + The Rustic Restaurant To Close


It’s going to be a great weekend in Cleveland. Perfect weather, the Guardians win, the Browns win, our Oktoberfest beers flow freely, no one gets drunk and arrested, Frankie Valli and the Black Keys rock our world. And we all get to meet a Browns legend-in-the-making at the IHOP. (We can dream, can’t we?)

But first, the news.

  • ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Brooklyn man figures out how to get arrested twice in one day.
  • ๐Ÿ” The Rustic Restaurant owner wants to retire.
  • ๐Ÿ‘€ Parmadale abuse revelations prompt restitution fund.

Let’s get Friday started.

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Here’s How You Get Arrested Twice In One Day

(Body camera image via Brooklyn Police)

1) A Brooklyn man accused of striking a woman in the face with a fistful of keys was arrested twice in one day. Frank Wolter, 47, who was charged with assault, menacing, criminal damaging, and unlawful restraint for slugging a woman in the face after she handed him a set of keys, had just gotten out of the lockup when he became belligerent at Brooklyn City Hall. Officers told him to leave, but he wouldn’t. He wanted to plead his case, saying the woman hit him first. Then Wolter got himself arrested again.

Watch the video on Fox 8 News

The Rustic Restaurant (Google Maps photo)

2) If you love The Rustic Restaurant in Rocky River, you have three to nine months to get a last meal there. Known for its homey, American dishes and unique environment, owner Kurt Riegelsberger says he will close the 75-year-old eatery for good and retire. His grandfather Tony Riegelsberger started The Rustic Restaurant in 1947 when he moved a Michigan log cabin here piece by piece. โ€œItโ€™s really hard and difficult,โ€ Kurt told dining correspondent Douglas Trattner. โ€œA lot of people have been here forever, the customers who have been coming here forever.โ€

Get the full dish from Cleveland Scene

3) The Sisters of Charity, which ran the Parmadale children’s home, have set up a victims assistance fund after News 5 Cleveland exposed years of abuse at the hands of nuns who ran the facility. Individuals seeking restitution can apply until the end of this year. Compensation, however, will come in the form of services or items according to the needs of the claimants. Many of the children traumatized by the nuns are now in their 50s and 60s.

Go deeper with News 5 Cleveland’s detailed report and video

4) In a little more than a year, Cleveland Water has replaced more than 200 lead-lined water service lines at Cuyahoga County daycare centers โ€” more than half of the 445 state-licensed child-care operations in the county housed in buildings built before 1953 โ€” at no cost to the daycare centers. Drinking water with lead can cause a number of serious health problems. Reaching all of these child-care providers, however, to tell them about the free pipe upgrades to protect their children proved to be difficult, yet every pipe with lead in it has now been replaced.

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5) The days of single-use plastic bags are numbered at Giant Eagle. On Oct. 20, the grocer will cease to offer them in all its stores. As a result, 6 million pounds of plastic will be kept out of the waste stream every year, according to Giant Eagle, which announced the change on Thursday. Paper bags cost 5 cents a bag. Customers are encouraged to bring their own reusable bags. Giant Eagle announced its environmental sustainability initiative in 2019.

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Let’s Pancake Some Quarterbacks!!!

Myles Garrett always has a moment for young fans โ€” even when he’s waiting for pancakes. “We met Myles today at IHOP! Thanks for letting us get a photo and interrupt your breakfast @flash_garrett ! You were too kind. Go Browns!” (Photo courtesy Elizabeth Roberts)

๐Ÿˆ BrownsTown: As of post time, the Carolina Panthers are 1.5-point favorites over the Cleveland Browns in this Sunday’s season opener in Charlotte. Baker Mayfield will face Myles Garrett and Denzel Ward, his old teammates, and likely will bring some extra fire. Garrett says “I’ve got to take him out.” Experts expect a low-scoring game as both teams are fielding strong defenses. The Browns, however, have a big question mark at quarterback.

โšพ Cleveland Guardians action: The Guardians play the Minnesota Twins Friday night at 8:10 p.m. Who will be in first at the end of this series?

5 More Stories You Need To See

  • Cleveland Air Show may offer some form of compensation for bad weather (Fox 8 News)
  • “I can’t quit”: Iconic Cleveland baseball drummer John Adams gives update amid health issues (3News WKYC)
  • Help police find endangered 17-year-old girl from Twinsburg last seen at Cleveland Hopkins Airport (Fox 8 News)
  • Ohio Supreme Court suspends Westlake attorneyโ€™s law license for two years over workersโ€™ compensation cases (Cleveland.com)
  • Grandparents get in free at the Cleveland Zoo this Sunday (Fox 8 News)

15 Things To Do

  • Towpath Strolls, Towpath Trail in Cleveland, Sept. 9 | Details
  • The Dinner Detective Comedy Murder Mystery Dinner Show, Cleveland, Sept. 9 | Details
  • Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, Connor Palace Theatre, Sept. 9 | Details
  • The Black Keys, Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, Sept. 9 | Details
  • Cleveland Oktoberfest, Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds in Middleburg Heights, Sept. 9-10 | Details
  • German Central Oktoberfest, Parma, Sept. 9-10 | Details
  • Disney’s Frozen Musical, KeyBank State Theatre, now through Sept. 11 | Details
  • Cleveland Jewish Film Fest, Mandel Jewish Community Center, now through Sept. 18 | Details
  • Comedian John Caparulo, Hilarities, Sept. 9-10 | Details
  • Blue Oyster Cult, Northfield Park, Northfield, Sept. 10 | Details
  • Cleveland Opera: Echo in the Woods (free), Cleveland Cultural Gardens Centennial Peace Plaza, Sept. 11 | Details
  • The Cleveland Chamber Music Society, Kulas Hall at the Cleveland Institute of Music, Sept. 13 | Details
  • The Dream Syndicate, Grog Shop, Cleveland, Sept. 14 | Details
  • Boy George & Culture Club, Northfield Park, Northfield, Sept. 16 | Details
  • Cleveland Pickle Fest, Mall B, Sept. 17 | Details

Find more on our calendar | Add your event

Cleveland Chatter

Flags for Honor at Edgewater Park. (Photo courtesy City of Cleveland / Division of Police)
  • Flags For Honor: “Today, the Flags for Honor ceremony was held at Edgewater Park, paying tribute to military members and first responders. The event is sponsored by the FBI Citizensโ€™ Academy Alumni Association and Pubco. Hundreds of flags, each dedicated to a recipient, will remain at Edgewater Park through the weekend.” (Cleveland Police via Facebook)
  • City Dogs Cleveland Shelter Is Full: “The kennel is FULL again! We have over 150 dogs in our care currently with more coming in everyday. Here are just a few of the dogs currently in overflow spaces. We need to find homes for these dogs!” (City Dogs Cleveland via Facebook)
  • QB vs. QB: “Browns quarterback Jacoby Brissett is UNFAZED by both the hype and the trash talk coming from Baker Mayfield. ๐Ÿ‘€ #DawgPound #Browns” (Heavy on Browns via Facebook)
  • Rare Book: “#CMALibrary We are thrilled to share one of our newest acquisitions in Ingalls Library! Behold, the leaf book! Ingalls Library has recently acquired this โ€œleaf bookโ€ which allows researchers, students, and scholars to examine a page from William Morrisโ€™s Kelmscott Chaucer directly alongside pages of very early printed text.” (The Cleveland Museum of Art via Facebook)
  • Food Waste At The West Side Market: “Food waste is a daily reality here at the Market. Rust Belt Riders are joining us for a six-month pilot composting program to help us divert food waste from landfills.” (West Side Market via Facebook)

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