Talkin' About Hawkins The Editors Promotional photo from the late 1940s of Bill Hawkins (top) on air at radio station WHK. W. Allen Taylor (bottom) portraying his personal alter ego — a DJ named “The Kid,” with a background photo of himself as a youngster.
The Boys of Summer Lynne Thompson A new exhibit brings a rare trove of Beach Boys memorabilia to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.
Surviving a Plane Crash Bob Nieto as told to Andy Netzel Hinckley resident Bob Nieto hated seeing his 1966 Alon Aircoupe sitting unused in its hangar. So he decided to sell the two-seater propeller plane to someone who could use it more and to rely on rentals to take care of his flying impulses. Before parting with it, though, he planned one more flight with his buddy Brian McGreen of Parma.
Enclaves: Chagrin Falls By Colleen Mytnick, Photograph by Tim Harrison 1,268 single-family homes | Median home value: $252,100
Harmony & Discord The Cleveland Orchestra is in a financial crisis, and the plan to fix it isn’t going as well as anticipated. Can one of Cleveland’s most beloved institutions (even by those who’ve never seen the inside of Severance Hall) recover?
When the Press was News Kelly Petryszyn The Cleveland Press was more than a newspaper. It was Cleveland -- from its emphasis on community to its homegrown staff. Twenty-five years after the final edition, our affection has not faded. Here, reporters, editors, and local leaders share the story behind the stories and remind us why we love the Press.
Life, Loft and Happiness Lynne Thompson It turns out glass, steel and slate aren’t cold at all. They’re inviting and cozy — the perfect backdrop to a Tremont home that is at once a personal museum, entertainment mecca and place of respite.
The June 2007 issue of Cleveland Magazine features a look back at The Cleveland Press. Associate editor Andy Netzel, who wrote the story, also attended the photo shoot, where several of the former news reporters took their turn in front of the camera.