Today is the anniversary of the founding of the city of Cleveland, my home town, by Moses Cleaveland in 1796. You might note the difference in spelling between the names of the city and the founder. In 1831, the spelling of the town's name was altered by The Cleveland Advertiser newspaper. In order to fit the name on the newspaper's masthead, the editors dropped the first "a", reducing the city's name to Cleveland, which eventually became the official spelling. The town's been through a lot and, unfortunately, few people are familiar with its divers beauties.