The city of Cleveland got its name from its founder, General Moses Cleaveland. According to legend, the “a” was dropped as a result of a newspaper typo so the name would fit in a headline.
Cleveland was the first city to be lit electrically in 1879 and is the home of Superman, Life Savers and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Now how sweet is that?
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