Caught on Tape Lynne Thompson You don’t want to be on the business end of Carl Monday’s microphone. As the television sweeps period arrives this month, we talk to the city’s veteran investigative reporter about the finer points of literally chasing down a story.
Gray Matters Andy Netzel Philip Metres immortalizes our town’s gloomy days in “A Cleveland of the Mind.”
Health Kickoff Colleen Mytnick Prevention editor-in-chief Liz Vaccariello returns home this month.
Mom Times Seven as told to Colleen Mytnick As Jennifer Hanselman celebrates her fifth Mother’s Day with multiples, we asked her what she’s learned from mothering seven little ones (including six 4-year-olds).
Pulling a 22-ton locomotive as told to Dave “Coondog” O’Karma. Fairview Park’s Don Pope is among the strongest men in the world. When he’s not pulling a train, lifting an SUV or carrying two refrigerators at the same time, he works as a facility manager for valet and parking at the Cleveland Clinic.
Drawn Together Erick Trickey The Justic Department sued Euclid under the Voting Rights Act to give candidates like Kandace Jones -- Euclid's first black city councilperson -- a fighting chance. Now Euclid itself has an opportunity to move beyond old divisions.
TasteMakers By John Long, Laura Taxel, Doug Trattner & Michelle Venorsky
The Final Out When Mark Winegardner moved to Florida 11 years ago, Indians spring training became one of his last connections to Cleveland. Now his son is off to college and the Indians will train next year in Arizona, cutting his final ties to the only place that ever felt like home