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September 2013

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Fast Lane
Vacations & Getaways
  • The Curious Case of David Ayers
    Erick Trickey
    The CMHA security guard was convicted of killing 76-year-old Dorothy Brown in her apartment. But after serving 11 years of a life sentence, Ayers was set free based on questions about the police investigation. Then, he put the cops on trial and won a $13.2 million verdict.
  • Why We Love Football: Brown and Orange All Over
    Jason Brill
    You don't stop being a Browns fan simply by moving away from Northeast Ohio.
    With more than 105,000 official members representing 67 different countries, Browns Backers Worldwide is one of the largest organized fan clubs in professional sports. There's at least one club in all 50 states, including a whopping 33 in Florida. But they do more than watch football — most raise money for local charities, throw draft parties or organize trips to games.
  • Why We Love Football: Chuck Kyle
    Interview by Pat McManamon
    As St. Ignatius' head coach, Kyle has won more than 300 games and 11 state championships. This month, he will be inducted into the Greater Cleveland Sports Hall of Fame.
  • Why We Love Football: Greg Pruitt
    There was more to Greg Pruitt than tearaway jerseys. Pruitt’s quickness, shifty moves and strength earned him five trips to the Pro Bowl and No. 4 all-time on the Browns career rushing list.
  • Why We Love Football: It's Tradition
    Jocelyn Smallwood grew up on the edge of the Ohio State University campus. Her parents were Buckeye graduates. Yet, the school wasn't among her initial college choices. But with a growing love for music and advice from a high school band teacher, she agreed to attend the band's recruitment night and fell in love. She told her parents she would one day dot the "i" in Script Ohio and set a goal that she would do the honors at the season's biggest game: Ohio State vs. Michigan.  — as told to Caitlyn Callahan
  • Why We Love Football: Jim Brown
    Jim Brown is the greatest running back of all time. (Some might insert “arguably,” but not us.) He retired as the NFL record-holder for single-season (1,863) and career rushing yards (12,312), as well as the all-time leader in rushing touchdowns (106), total touchdowns (126) and all-purpose yards (15,459).
  • Why We Love Football: Joe Haden
    Entering his fourth pro year, former high school quarterback and fan-favorite Joe Haden looks to elevate his game to become one of the NFL’s elite cornerbacks.
  • Why We Love Football: Loss Cause
    by Chris Dobstaff
    Few schools have the rollercoaster heritage of Oberlin College, from legendary coach John Heisman to two 40-game losing streaks. "I get to coach at a program that John Heisman started. That's a pretty rich legacy to follow," says current head coach Jeff Ramsey. "I don't want to screw it up."
  • Why We Love Football: Tailgating
    Interviews by John Hitch
    No matter what happens on the field, Browns fans are guaranteed to have a good time on every given Sunday.
  • Why We Love Football: Ted Ginn Sr.
    Interview by Pat McManamon
    In 16 seasons at Glenville, the Tarblooders have made 11 playoff appearances and produced several pros. But to Ginn, who joins the Greater Cleveland Sports Hall of Fame this month, that's not what matters.
Lake Effect
Creative Thinkers
  • Social Worker
    by Jillian Kramer
    As the new CEO of the City Club of Cleveland, Dan Moulthrop looks to bring fresh ideas to the century-old institution.
Public Square
  • A Shining Example
    by Barry Goodrich
    Stephen King lifts the lid on CBS' Under the Dome, his sequel to The Shining and his Cleveland Influences.
  • Bird Brains
    John Hitch
    Parma's pink punch line gets turned into public art.
  • Fair Notice
    by Caitlyn Callahan
    They both celebrate the arts, but they couldn't be more different. Whether you enjoy American folk or world diversity, find it here.
  • Flats Forward
    by Jillian Kramer
    The once bustling East Bank of the Cuyahoga River is primed for a renaissance thanks to recent additions.
  • Wild Card
    by Barry Goodrich
    Afternoon-drive host Mike Trivisonno takes on card sharks at the World Series of Poker.
  • Movie Buff
    by Hallie Rybka
    Known for bringing science and art together, IngenuityFest hosts its first-ever independent film festival.
  • Taboo Tale
    by Jillian Kramer
    With a racy debut novel, Alissa Nutting may have penned this year's most controversial book. 
Shop Talk
  • Sustainable Swaddle
    Kristen Hampshire
    Cherub's Blanket makes organic baby products with a tiny footprint.
  • Rock Hop
    Kelly Petryszyn
    With aggressive live shows and angsty songs, the Moxies are updating classic rock ‘n’ roll for a new generation.
Special Sections
Talking Points
  • Turnover Prone
    Michael D. Roberts
    The federal probe into Jimmy Haslam's company reminds us how the Browns and the NFL have failed the fans.
The Dish
On the Side
  • Antiquity Ale
    by Chris Dobstaff

    On Aug. 14, Great Lakes Brewing Co. unveiled a historically accurate re-creation of what is believed to be the oldest beer recipe ever recovered. Here is a look at the numbers behind the ancient Sumerian brew.

  • Flavor Profile
    Jason Brill
    The champion of cooking fats, Michael Ruhlman, dishes on his newest cookbook dedicated to a timeless Jewish kitchen tradition.
Quick Bite
  • Finer Delight
    by Elaine T. Cicora
    Fueled by local goodness, the Katz Club Diner brings new life to a Cleveland Heights landmark.
The Terminal

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