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July 2013

  • News Bites
    Kim Schneider
    Culinary updates from around the city.
Editor's Column
  • Hot Seats
    Edited by Kim Schneider; Stories by Jason Brill, Steve Gleydura, Amber Matheson, Kelly Petryszyn, Kim Schneider, Erick Trickey and Jim Vickers
  • Park Place
    Edited by Jim Vickers; Stories by James Bigley II, Caitlyn Callahan, Kelsey Husnick, Jim Vickers and Lisa N. Viers
  • Park Place: Explore More
    Choose your own adventure within the park, whether you want to ride the rails or pedal the trails, scope out birds or cast a line. 
  • Park Place: Farm Fresh
    Eating local just got easier. Here's what you can get at Countryside Farmers' Market, as well as several of the small working farms located within the park.
  • Park Place: History Lessons
    The Cuyahoga Valley was once where a canal boomed and farms thrived. These four historic structures offer a glimpse back. 
  • Park Place: Kids' Stuff
    The park and the village of Peninsula have lots of fun for the little ones planned this summer. Here are four of our favorites. 
  • Park Place: Snow Days
    We know, you don't want to think about it. But there are great ways to make the most of winter in the park. 
  • Park Place: Walk Stars
    There are more than 125 miles of trails within the park. here are five standout hikes to get you started
  • Park Place: Wild Lives
    A multitude of critters call the Cuyahoga Valley home. We asked the park's chief of resource management Lisa Petit and biologist Meg Plona where to see some of our favorites. 
  • Healthy Living
    Lynne Thompson

    As innovations make cosmetic enhancements more attractive, doctors talk popular procedures.

Lake Effect
  • Art Fare
    Caitlyn Callahan
    Venture outside the city for one of these three suburban art festivals this month. 
  • Golden Games
    Chris Sweeney

    If you're 40 years old and already complaining about creaky knees, consider this a dose of athletic inspiration. The 2013 National Senior Games will draw nearly 11,000, 50-and-older athletes from throughout the United States and Canada to Cleveland July 19-Aug. 1 to vie for the gold. Here are some of the numbers behind this summer's biggest visitor event. 

  • Just Add Water
    Kim Schneider
    Get ready to hit the beach with gear that's as fun as it is functional.  
  • Monster Draw
    Alyssa Morlacci
    A group of local artists band together to bring live art to the city. 
Public Square
  • Glove Story
    Barry Goodrich
    Feeling nostalgic for the Omar Vizquel-loving '90s? The Tribe favorite returns this month.
Shop Talk
  • Devoted Designs
    Kathy Ames Carr
    Georgie & Elaine celebrates romance with an ethereal collection.
  • In Tune
    James Bigley II
    We give a listen to the latest releases by Nights, Seafair and Jann Klose
  • Story Tellers
    Kelly Petryszyn
    Kent-based folk-rock act Bethesda tackles loss and love in its newest release, The Reunion.
  • Labor of Love
    Chris Dobstaff
    Performance artist Susan Byrnes asks Clevelanders to proclaim their adoration for the city. 
Talking Points
  • Promise's Promises
    Mansfield Frazier
    Can an innovative effort in the Central neighborhood achieve the same success as the Harlem Children's Zone? It'll take intense commitment — and a lot of trust.
The Dish
  • Lunch Bunch
    Lindsay Boyle

    Local chefs think outside the box with affordable and tasty three-course midday meals.

  • Museum Grade
    Laura Taxel

    Douglas Katz's Provenance delivers worldly dishes with an artistic flair.

The Terminal

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