The “Parenthood” actress and Cleveland native has been tweeting her support of the Indians on a daily basis in October.
The Cleveland-born late-night talk show host tweeted his support for the team on October 1: “#bravogentlemen ⚾️ AL Central sensation … The Land “best location in the nation”. #thereisnoplacelikehome #RallyTogether”
The movie star was born in Oakland, but has a famous infinity for the Indians. “hope it’s Tribe v. A’s for the pennant,” he said during a Reddit AMA in 2013.
Twelve years after the end of “The Drew Carey Show,” which was set in Carey’s hometown, the “Price Is Right” host posted this photo of himself watching Game 1 of the 2016 ALCS, captioning it: “Go Tribe!!!!! #Indians”
The rapper is described as a lifelong Indians fan, and had a blast when he got to throw out the first pitch at a 2014 game, and meet Slider, the team’s mascot. “YESSSSS!!!!! SLIDER UR A LEGEND!!” he tweeted with a photo of them together.
The Cavaliers superstar was spotted celebrating with teammates during Game 2 of the ALCS after the Indians won, and he’s also been tweeting his support of his fellow Cleveland athletes.
The Cleveland Indians are up 2-0 in the Best-of-7 American League Championship Series against the Toronto Blue Jays. They are looking to win their first World Series since 1984.
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Dash Boutique is blind to the needs of the visually impaired — at least, that’s the claim made by a lawsuit filed against the boutique chain founded by the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” family.
In the suit filed last week in federal court in Florida, Andres Gomez claims that the website for the chain, which offers merchandise for sale, discriminates against the visually impaired.
“This case arises out of the fact that Defendant Dash Boutique, Inc., has operated its business in a manner and way that completely excludes individuals with disabilities who are visually impaired from enjoying and accessing the Defendant’s website,” the lawsuit reads.
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Among other things, Gomez, who says that he’s — yes, he’s — legally blind, claims that the site “contains access barriers” that prevent “free and full use” by visually impaired visitors who use screen reading software.
TheWrap has reached out to comment from Dash on the lawsuit.
Alleging violations of the Americans With Disabilities, among other counts, the suit seeks unspecified damages.
Pamela Chelin contributed to this report.
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