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Article Archives
November 2012

Features
  • Market Values
    Stories by Amber Matheson, Kim Schneider, Erick Trickey and Natalie Trusso Cafarello.
  • Wandering Mind
    John Hitch
    Mark Raymond traveled the world, feeding a big appetite for adventure on a small budget. Now he's hoping to put the city on the map for cost-conscious travelers both near and far with the Cleveland Hostel.
Lake Effect
  • The Art of Survival
    Lynne Thompson
    A local artist allows disease to define his work, not his attitude.
Public Square
  • Open Air
    Erick Trickey
    The art museum’s new atrium promises to be our greatest year-round gathering space.
  • State of Swing
    Erick Trickey
    Ohio has been polled and provoked, mapped and gerrymandered, all for even the slightest hint of how our politics might sway the election. Turns out, we learned a few things of our own along the way.
  • Wise Guide
    Jason Brill
    Mike Polk Jr. once again takes aim at the city in a new book. If it weren't so funny, we'd be offended.
Shop Talk
  • Haute in Cleveland
    Jordan Stevenson
    Local designer Donald Hayes is working to create an independent-fashion destination for the city's retail scene.
Sounds
  • Colors of Sound
    Barry Goodrich
    Red Wanting Blue finally gets the chance to take the big stage.
Stages
  • Casting Spells
    Jennifer Keirn
    A famed European dance company travels to the States to unveil its poetry in motion.
Letters
from readers
from the editor
Special Sections
  • Retirement Living
    Jane Day
    Local retirement communities are making it easy for seniors to move on to the next stage of their active lives.
Talking Points
  • Stress Test
    Erick Trickey
    Cleveland’s school levy is big, but overdue. Business and labor, left and right, have united around unprecedented reforms. Will taxpayers join in?
The Dish
News Bite
On the Side
  • Kitchen Confidential
    Amber Matheson
    A local writer takes us into the kitchens of our favorite Cleveland chefs.
Quick Bite
Review
  • Using His Noodle
    John Long
    Chef Dante Boccuzzi shows off his playful and casual side with The D.C. Pasta Co.
The Terminal
Voice


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