MayhemCleveland.com has been around since about November of 2015. Those of you who have been following the site, have seen many different blog styles, topics, ideas and more. Here is where we ask YOU for help. Pat Mayhem is a current student, and graduate, of the Ohio Media School in Cleveland, Ohio. The site was... Continue Reading →
Here is the second episode of the Mayhem Uncensored series. Please enjoy, and don't forget to hit that "follow" button. Also, if you have anything you want to hear, or read about in the future, don't forget to comment below. *CONTENT WARNING*: Some language may not be suitable for young listeners. Listener Discretion is advised.
Back in 1932, on the border or Wickliffe and Euclid, Ohio, a hospital opened up called Ridgecliff Sanitarium. Ridgecliff was a mansion style building with beautiful gardens. With a large concrete bridge that lead from the top of Euclid's Hillandale park to the main entrance of the building. The building had previously been Glencliff Nursing Home. Located... Continue Reading →
Yesterday we visited numbers 10 through 6 of our year in review top 10 countdown. If you haven't checked it out, I suggest you get to that before reading the top 5. (Unless of course you just want the top 5.) 2016 in Review: A Mayhem’s top 10 part one. Now, lets continue. #5 Prince... Continue Reading →
Just a quick post to say Merry Christmas to all my followers. Also, please take all moment to remember and think of those who can't be with us this holiday season. From all of us associated with Mayhem Cleveland, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and happy holidays.
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. A time to spend with family, and give thanks. Telling all what you are thankful for, and gathering around a big turkey dinner. However, there are families tomorrow, who will spend their first Thanksgiving without someone very special to them. Many servicemen and women give their lives every year to ensure that we... Continue Reading →
Sunday, September 25th 2016, was a sad day for the sports world, both locally and nationally. Two nationally known sports icons lost their lives, as well as a local high school football player. Many people across the nation mourned, and are still mourning their deaths. Today, we take a look at those three individuals. Andre... Continue Reading →
Today is a different day here at mayhemcleveland.com. Instead of the normal recap for the Indians, we want to take a moment to remember a piece of history that shaped the world. Today is the 15th anniversary of September 11th. Fifteen years ago 19 Middle Eastern extremists boarded four different planes destined for cross-country flight.... Continue Reading →