Question: Over the last several months, plastic surgery has been highlighted a lot on daytime talk shows, specifically the “lunchtime procedures” that have patients in and out and back to work with little, if any, downtime. Some of the advances seem too good to be true, but when the show has a credible host and you see the results of a procedure performed live, it seems very impressive. Have a lot of your patients been asking you about these afternoon procedures and what is your opinion of them?
If you drive one of your cars less than 8,000 miles a year and live between West 117th Street and Shaker Square, Ryan Mckenzie says his upstart vehicle-sharing concept makes sense for you. But will car-loving Clevelanders get with the program?
Sister Diane Stano moved into Ursuline College's newest residence hall for the spring semester to get a feel for the life of today's college students. A month in, we sat down to find out what they've taught her.
Spring has finally arrived, and we're celebrating. It's the time of year when the days have a shimmer of anticipation, when we remember how exciting it is to dress up and play with our look. So, we primped, cut, colored, waxed and pampered our way through 34 salons. we found beauty, freshness, rejuvenation -- and you can too.
Indulgences. Decadence. Lacy, frilly, girly, sexy fashion. Feel-good, look-good, make 'em melt clothing. Meet four women who tap into their own inner fashion guru every day, from the 20-something with her own line of clothing to the 40-something who's particularly made a career out of divining new vintage clothing wherever she goes. It's OK; we're completely jealous too.
As an attorney, she's defended some of Cleveland's most notorious watercooler criminals -- from former Brook Park Mayor Tom Coyne to lottery loser Elecia Battle. Then, Republican Joan Synenberg did what many thought was impossible: beat a slew of Democratic contenders to become a Cleveland judge. How? She's got the intelligence of a top trial lawyer, the charisma of a Clinton -- and a style all her own. She's also got a future that has some people whispering the words statewide office.