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December 2005 Issue

A la Carte
Cellar Notes
  • Joyful Endings
    Marianne Frantz

    Ohio ice wine is a festive finish to a meal or to the year.

Arts and Entertainment
  • A Crafty Lesson in Art
    Liz Logan

    The Cleveland Museum of Art's arts-and-crafts exhibit enlightens as it enthralls.

  • Dawg Pounds
    Lynne Thompson

    John "Big Dawg" Thompson became famous as the fat, rubber-masked face of the Browns' cheering section. Three hundred lost pounds later, a new nickname may be in order.

News Bite
Cover Story
  • Cookies in the Court
    Laura Taaxel

    Public defender Ken Mullin can mix it up in the courtroom or the kitchen -- and the results are pretty sweet.

  • Fast Lane

    Shirley Thal, free-lance fragrance model

  • Yes! Surf in Cleveland
    Erick Trickey

    A small band of wave-riders brave Erie's waters, scan weather reports for good wind and conquer our inland sea.

  • A City of Survival
    Flora Tracy

    New Orleans captured our writer's imagination as a child, revealed its spirit to her as a part-time resident and showed her its strength in its devastation.

Special Sections
  • A Career of Doing Good
    Kim Schneider

    Four Clevelanders found new meaning in their careers by leaving big salaries behind to work for nonprofits.

  • Fix Your Body
    Christopher Johnston and Kim Schneider

    Your body is a machine. One that thinks, moves, creates. Sometimes it needs a tune-up, sometimes a major overhaul. We consult area medical experts about what to do when there's a breakdown.

  • Retirement Through the Ages
    Myra Orenstein

    The news on retirement may seem dreary, but with a plan, some help and a little luck, you could be relaxing on a sunny beach (or your dream destination) when it comes time to put work away.

  • The Big Campaign
    Myra G. Orenstein

    Prominent Cleveland nonprofits are aiming high with ambitious expansion campaigns -- and succeeding, thanks to loyal supporters, the allure of naming rights and exciting designs by famous architects.

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