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A Cleveland Brown is a professional American football player who plays football for the team based in the city of Cleveland, Ohio. The team is named after football legend Paul Brown. More »

The Cleveland Browns have two mascots: a dog character named Chomps and a real dog named Swagger. The costume character is a Labrador Retriever who comes from Cleveland's famed "Dawg Pound" fan section. More »

The Cleveland Public Library opened in 1869 as a public school library. The library occupied temporary and rented spaces until the Main Library located to a new building in 1925. The circulation at the library reached a ... More »

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