SCARLET LETTERS — Ohio State University fans cheer at Pacers in Lakewood, Ohio, as they watch the Buckeyes take on the Kansas Jayhawks during an NCAA Final Four game on March 31, 2012. Kansas rallied late in the game to defeat Ohio State 64-62. Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

SCARLET LETTERS — Ohio State University fans cheer at Pacers in Lakewood, Ohio, as they watch the Buckeyes take on the Kansas Jayhawks during an NCAA Final Four game on March 31, 2012. Kansas rallied late in the game to defeat Ohio State 64-62. Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

POLKA BLAST — Lakewood native DJ Kishka - real name Justin Gorski - spins vintage polka records at The Happy Dog bar in Cleveland on March 30, 2012. Kishka, who has been playing shows at The Happy Dog for nearly 7 years, will host Dyngus Day Cleveland on April 9. The day-long Dyngus Day festival will be a celebration of Polish-American culture and, of course, polka. “Polka is the happiest music this side of heaven,” Kishka said. “You can’t help but be happy and tap your toes when you listen to it.”  Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

POLKA BLAST — Lakewood native DJ Kishka - real name Justin Gorski - spins vintage polka records at The Happy Dog bar in Cleveland on March 30, 2012. Kishka, who has been playing shows at The Happy Dog for nearly 7 years, will host Dyngus Day Cleveland on April 9. The day-long Dyngus Day festival will be a celebration of Polish-American culture and, of course, polka. “Polka is the happiest music this side of heaven,” Kishka said. “You can’t help but be happy and tap your toes when you listen to it.”  Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

DRAG QUEEN — Tri-C student Aaron Gordon, known in drag as Penelope Von Drey, applies makeup backstage at Cleveland State University’s Drag Race event on March 29, 2012. The semi-annual event, hosted by CSU’s Gay Lesbian and Straight Alliance, featured more than a dozen cross-dressing performers who danced and lip-synched to popular songs. Gordon said the event marked his second time performing in drag and his first time performing in heels. “I’m going to just go with it,” Gordon said. “I just hope I don’t kill myself out there.” Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

DRAG QUEEN — Tri-C student Aaron Gordon, known in drag as Penelope Von Drey, applies makeup backstage at Cleveland State University’s Drag Race event on March 29, 2012. The semi-annual event, hosted by CSU’s Gay Lesbian and Straight Alliance, featured more than a dozen cross-dressing performers who danced and lip-synched to popular songs. Gordon said the event marked his second time performing in drag and his first time performing in heels. “I’m going to just go with it,” Gordon said. “I just hope I don’t kill myself out there.” Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

BATTLEGROUND — A near-empty Progressive Field pops with color on March 28, 2012 as crews work to prepare the stadium for the Cleveland Indian’s sold-out home opener. The Tribe will mark their 20th consecutive home opener sellout when they battle the Toronto Blue Jays on April 5. Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

BATTLEGROUND — A near-empty Progressive Field pops with color on March 28, 2012 as crews work to prepare the stadium for the Cleveland Indian’s sold-out home opener. The Tribe will mark their 20th consecutive home opener sellout when they battle the Toronto Blue Jays on April 5. Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

HOT DOG — Slider, the Cleveland Indians mascot, grabs a stadium hot dog during a press event at Progressive Field on March 28, 2012. During the event, Indians Senior Vice President of Public Affairs Bob DiBiasio explained that Tribe fans can expect more fan-focused programs during the 2012 season. “At every level of the organization, the Cleveland Indians are focused on providing fan experiences that deliver on our brand vision of creating memories, connecting generations and celebrating families,” DiBiasio said.  Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

HOT DOG — Slider, the Cleveland Indians mascot, grabs a stadium hot dog during a press event at Progressive Field on March 28, 2012. During the event, Indians Senior Vice President of Public Affairs Bob DiBiasio explained that Tribe fans can expect more fan-focused programs during the 2012 season. “At every level of the organization, the Cleveland Indians are focused on providing fan experiences that deliver on our brand vision of creating memories, connecting generations and celebrating families,” DiBiasio said.  Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

PICTURE IN PICTURE — Danny Voyles prepares to snap an instant photo at Public Square in downtown Cleveland on March 27, 2012. Voyles, a downtown Cleveland staple, has been selling portraits to passers-by in Public Square for more than 18 years.   Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

PICTURE IN PICTURE — Danny Voyles prepares to snap an instant photo at Public Square in downtown Cleveland on March 27, 2012. Voyles, a downtown Cleveland staple, has been selling portraits to passers-by in Public Square for more than 18 years.   Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

A SIGNAL — Steam and calcium carbonate surges from a ventilation tube temporarily installed at Vincent Avenue and E. 9th Street in downtown Cleveland on March 26, 2012. Marc Divis, president of private energy provider Cleveland Thermal, said his company is using calcium carbonate to detect a possible underground water line leak. Divis added that the ash-like substance flowing from the ventilation tube is inert. Work is expected to be completed today. Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

A SIGNAL — Steam and calcium carbonate surges from a ventilation tube temporarily installed at Vincent Avenue and E. 9th Street in downtown Cleveland on March 26, 2012. Marc Divis, president of private energy provider Cleveland Thermal, said his company is using calcium carbonate to detect a possible underground water line leak. Divis added that the ash-like substance flowing from the ventilation tube is inert. Work is expected to be completed today. Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

CITY AT NIGHT — A view of the Cleveland skyline from Lakewood Park in Lakewood, Ohio, on March 25, 2012. Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

CITY AT NIGHT — A view of the Cleveland skyline from Lakewood Park in Lakewood, Ohio, on March 25, 2012. Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

RORSCHACH — The Cleveland skyline is reflected in the water at Voinovich Park on March 24, 2012. Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

RORSCHACH — The Cleveland skyline is reflected in the water at Voinovich Park on March 24, 2012. Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

RED DUSK — Terminal Tower in downtown Cleveland glows red at dusk on March 24, 2012. Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE

RED DUSK — Terminal Tower in downtown Cleveland glows red at dusk on March 24, 2012. Photo by Brandon Blackwell @CapturedCLE