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Article Archives
May 2011

  • Precious Metals
    Jennifer Keirn
    Metalworking, found objects and natural stones are a beautiful combination for jewelry designer Kimberly Monaco.
Comments
from the editor
Feature
Features
  • Best Restaurants 2011: One-dish Wonders
    Call it the Melt phenomenon. Customers go to single-dish-themed spots for the novelty, says Matt Fish of Melt, but that's not enough. "It goes beyond the whole nichey thing," he says. "The food quality has to be dead-on, creative enough to keep people coming back." Let us introduce you to the local specialists.
  • Best Restaurants 2011: State of the Plate
    Edited by Beth Stallings; stories by Jennifer Keirn, Amber Matheson, Andy Netzel, Kim Schneider, Jamie Shearer, Beth Stallings, Laura Taxel, Erick Trickey and Carly Toyzan; photo illustration by Michael Cavotta
    Food trucks, gastropubs, burger joints and pop-up dinners, simplified menus and complicated cocktails — the past 12 months have brought big changes in the way we're eating and drinking now.
  • Wild Plans
    Story by Rebecca Meiser, photo by Danny Vega
    After overseeing federal parks out West, Stan Austin brought his record of collaboration here for a new task: forging a fresh identity for the complicated 33,000 acres known as Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
Lake Effect
Creative Thinkers
  • Knight Moves
    Matt Tullis
    Chess games with his father inspired the art installation Donald Black Jr. will unveil this month at the Cleveland Public Library reading garden.
Public Square
  • Trunk Space
    John Hitch
    The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo's new African Elephant Crossing opens this month, offering a more natural way of life for the pachyderms that call it home.
  • Wise Words
    Jim Vickers
    Run-D.M.C.'s Darryl McDaniels talks art and politics at this month's CSU Arts Summit.
Shelf
  • Knowing Ernest
    Amber Matheson
    Author Paula McLain's new book peers into the private life of one of America's most celebrated writers.
Sounds
  • 3 To See
    Tri-C JazzFest performances we recommend
  • One Man Band
    Jeff Niesel
    Dylan Baldi ditched college for Cloud Nothings, one of the most talked about new indie-rock names of 2011.
Stages
  • Call of the Wild
    Erick Trickey
    Eric Coble's My Barking Dog brings a ghostly coyote into the lives of two lonely people.
Letters
from readers
Talking Points
  • Lame Plan
    Michael D. Roberts
    Designing a downtown that works isn't as easy as it looks on CityVille. As Cleveland embarks on its $1 billion building boom, are we about to repeat our century of mistakes?
The Dish
On the Side
  • Edible Architecture
    Lauren Cohen
    Catch a Beachwood bakery's cake-crafting trials and triumphs on WE TV this month.
Quick Bite
Review
  • Blooming Good
    Laura Taxel
    Banana Blossom gives Thai cuisine a fresh feel, both in taste and presentation.
The Terminal
Voice


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