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A logo created by St. Bonaventure University to honor Highland Heights native Andrew Revello is pictured. Photo Credit: St. Bonaventure University.
Donna R.Finney July 11, 2013 at 06:54 pm
My deepest sympathy to the Revello family on there tragic loss. I understand how hard it is to loseRead More a child and sympathize with your grief. Donna R. Finney Mayfield Heights
David Forman August 24, 2011 at 10:56 pm
I like the second comment. Don't bother buying a ticket if your kid's not old enough to remember theRead More game. It's simply not worth the money. As for the first comment, your kids are going to be exposed to foul language and discourteous behavior many times during his or her life. Shielding them from this does them no favor. Instead, be a real parent, talk to them about what's going on around them, and help them understand why they shouldn't repeat the language they're hearing. I certainly wouldn't seat my kid in the middle of the dawg pound, but I also wouldn't deny them the pleasures of supporting a local team and the sense of community that accompanies it.
Roger Vozar August 26, 2011 at 01:20 pm
I think part of the problem with the behavior is that it can be extreme. Even if you take theRead More approach of using it as a teaching lesson, kids still have to be at least a certain age to truly understand and get the benefits. I do know parents who have taken young children and had a good experience, so it does happen and I do think the Browns are trying to accommodate everyone.
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