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March 2008 Issue

A la Carte
Arts and Entertainment
  • Pieces of Americana
    Kristen Hampshire
    From small towns to Key West, Anthony Kleem breaks into the art puzzle market with his folk creations.
CityLife
  • Faking the Day Off
    Tori Woods

    How does your doctor ask you all those personal questions without a hint of embarrassment? Our staff’s resident actor pitches in to help medical students at the Cleveland Clinic’s Lerner College of Medicine break the ice.

  • Guinness Nook
    Lee Chilcothe
    Bocce inside a bar? Stone Mad, Pete Leneghan’s twist on an Emerald Isle pub, has been years in the making, and promises to give the Detroit Shoreway Neighborhood a taste of its Old World roots.
Columns
Cellar Notes
News Bite
Restaurant Reviews
The Experience
  • Advising the pope on death
    Dr. Robert Daroff — as told to Andy Netzel
    Dr. Robert Daroff is a professor of neurology at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and former head of the neurology department at University Hospitals. Pope Benedict XVI invited him to be one of a small group of speakers to discuss death at the Vatican.
Features
  • A Car Free Life
    Andy Netzel
    Cleveland Magazine writer Andy Netzel drives an average of 2,000 miles a month despite living only a mile and a half from work. He's addicted to his car, but agreed to part with his keys for a month to see if he could make it without his Toyota Yaris.
  • Best Doctors - Dr. Tandra
    Kristen Hampshire
    Dr. Usharani V. Tandra
    Physical medicine and rehabilitation
    MetroHealth Medical Center
  • Best Doctors - The Celebrity
    by Lynne Thompson
    Medicine is the heart of this city. It should come as no surprise that more than 750 of the region’s physicians were chosen to be included on this year’s Best Doctors Inc. list. And one of the most recognizable, Dr. Michael Roizen — an ‘Oprah’ expert and co-author of the ‘YOU’ book series — is taking his message of wellness to the rest of the nation.
    Anti-aging guru Dr. Michael Roizen isn’t out for fame and fortune. No, the Cleveland Clinic doctor wants you to take control of your health.
  • Best Doctors - The Ethicist
    Kristen Hampshire
    Dr. Anne Lyren, of Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, brings a philospher’s mind to the most complex children’s cases.
  • Best Doctors - The Healer
    Kristen Hampshire
    When St. Ignatius freshman football player Mark Tupa was paralized during a game, he saw his injury as his new competition. With lots of therapy and the help of MetroHealth’s Dr. Greg Nemunaitis, Tupa is walking once again.
  • Best Doctors - The Activist
    Heide Aungst
    Dr. Sarah Friebert provides comfort — and a voice — for seriously ill children and their families.
  • Best Doctors - The Researcher
    University Hospitals’ Dr. James Liu is finding answers to important women’s health questions — everything from how to lessen menstrual cramps to how to get better results with in vitro fertilization.
  • Front Page News
    Erick Trickey
    New Plain Dealer editor Susan Goldberg has quickly transformed the look and feel of Page One with more local coverage, less national news and splashy center graphics — causing many loyal readers to complain about the USA Today sizzle. But there’s a lot more to the paper’s first female editor than meets the eye.
Letters
MyTown
  • Lives in Past Tense
    Michael D. Roberts
    Pasted on index cards, kept in old folders and now digitized in cyberspace, obituaries have become our writer’s file of mixed souls, reminders of people missing from the city’s familiar corners.
Special Sections
  • A Home Without Borders
    They come from our own backyards and halfway around the world, but at the Ronald McDonald House they share a common language of compassion, hope and love.
  • Cleveland Style
    Step Into Spring A new season requires a new look. Get a fresh take on fashion with bold colors, edgy coats and flirty makeup.Top it off with a sleek piece of jewelry and step out in style.
  • Come Together
    A new program created by a diverse group of 22 local organizations helps parents navigate the health care maze.
  • Heart of the City
    The Coral Company builds commercial developments that serve as gathering places for the community to shop, dine and mingle.
  • Mortage 101
    Nancy Loyan Schuemann
    Learn how to get the best mortgage.
Guide to Education
  • Lunchroom Revolution
    Jennifer Keirn
    Gone are the days of plastic trays and fried mystery meat. More schools at every level are offering more healthful menu choices and welcoming environments.
Outdoors
  • Outside Options
    Kristen Hampshire
    Four homeowners show off their backyard conversions, and the landscape designers behind them share how you too can convert outdoor spaces into a peaceful getaway, entertainment hotspot or barbecue central.
Style
  • European Elegance
    Colleen Mytnick
    Juicy Lucy brings fashion from across the pond to Cleveland.


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