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June 2005 Issue

A la Carte
Cellar Notes
  • Sippin' Summer Sake
    Marianne Frantz
    Made from fermented rice, sake is the traditional wine of Japan. First produced more than 2,000 years ago, this refreshing, versatile and revered beverage is gaining popularity in America.
Arts and Entertainment
  • Auteur on a Wire
    Christopher Johnston
    Johnny Wu takes Cleveland independent film to new heights.
CityLife
  • Gray Area
    Jim Vickers
    Yes, duct tape really can be used for everything. Even making art, as Todd Scott is set to show thousands of people at this month’s Avon Heritage Duct Tape Festival.
Columns
News Bite
Cool Cleveland
Cover Story
  • All the Buzz
    The Editors
    We all know the suburban stereotype: a boring, cookie-cutter community where everyone thinks alike and buys the same link of picket fence. But if our Sunday-night obsession with “Desperate Housewives” has taught us anything, it’s that the stereotype needs adjusting.
  • Best Bargain 'Burbs
    Kristen Hampshire
    Close-knit neighborhoods, community spirit and modest prices attract young families to Cleveland's more established suburbs
Features
  • Fastlane
    Dale Jacober
    Owner and driver, Ready Limousine
  • Inside the Nate Gray Case
    Erick Trickey
    He was once the trusted friend and adviser of former Cleveland Mayor Michael R. White. Now Nate Gray faces 45 federal charges. If they prove true, the trial could unlock the biggest political scandal to hit Cleveland in decades.
  • Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
    Boy, it seems like school is a lot tougher than it used to be. But we wanted to be sure. So, on his 35th anniversary of being in the fourth grade, our writer tags along with his son for a day of bus rides, math problems, wallball and lunchroom negotiations.
Letters
MyTown
The Agenda
Travel
Special Interests
  • Go Fish
    Amber Matheson
    Looking for charm, adventure and relaxation all in one — and close to home? We found you needn’t have fly-fishing experience to reel in fun at Sunnybrook Trout Club.


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