Saturday, August 05, 2006

Homeless Grapevine Receives Honorable Mention

The Homeless Grapevine was recently entered in the Knight-Batten competetition for innovations in journalism. 109* entries were considered, and many of the winners involved technological innovations in journalism, such as a database of Congressional votes, a website analyzing health news, and more.

The Grapevine's relentless and extensive coverage of Cleveland's panhandling ordinance received Honorable Mention from the Knight-Batten Advisory Board Judges. According to their website, our series, Can Cleveland Handle Panhandling? received a "pat on the back for [a] job well done." You can see the winners and other honorees online
  • here.


  • For more of our extensive coverage on panhandling, check out the Editorial in Issue 77 of The Homeless Grapevine, which has just hit Cleveland streets. Issue 77 also features our first-ever interview with a Cleveland mayor, Mayor Frank Jackson! Be sure to pick it up at the West Side Market, the Whispering Willow Coffee Bar on Madison & W.117th, or from any licensed vendor. Full press release coming soon! -Kevin

    *Number corrected. Originally, I believed that over 200 entries were submitted, but upon re-examination of J-Lab's website, I have revised this to reflect the correct number. -Kevin

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    Blogger Leah said...

    The Burning Bush Evangelistic Ministries
    1323 East 110th Cleveland, Ohio 44106
    www.TheBurningBushEvangelisticMinistries.us
    Elect Lady Betty j. Williams, Pastor

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    The Great Supper Banquet

    Saturday August 26th at 5pm

    This free event includes:
    Banquet Style Menu and Dining
    Distribution of Clothing, Hygiene Essentials and other Helpful Resources
    Testimonials & Exhortations
    Anointed Singers, Drama & More…

    Keynote Speaker: Sister Leah Williams
    Along with various representatives and organizations who help combat the plight of homelessness


    This scriptural based program is designed to aide those whom we feel have been spiritually deprived. Its chief purpose is revealing the gospel of Christ, while addressing the issue of homelessness in Cuyahoga County. This free event will take place in a banquet style setting.


    Jesus said, “When thou makest a dinner or a supper, call not thy friends, nor thy brethren, neither thy kinsmen, nor thy rich neighbours; lest they also bid thee again, and a recompense be made thee. But when thou makest a feast, call the poor, the maimed, the lame, the blind; And thou shalt be blessed; for they can not recompense thee; for thou shalt be recompensed at the resurrection of the just.” { Luke 14:12-14 KJV}

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