'Glory' Days Jim Vickers As 100.7 WMMS celebrates its 40th birthday it has a new a.m. drive-time show with “Rover’s Morning Glory,” a new marketing image (hint: there’s no buzzard with a mullet anywhere) and a fresh take on what rock radio needs in order to thrive.
Concocting An Empire Jennifer Keirn After building a national brand on teaching how to turn around-the-house products into family memories, John and Danita Thomas are now working to make Kid Concoctions a multimedia entity
Playing for Martha Stewart By Caroline Goulding as told to Andy Netzel. Fifteen-year-old Caroline Goulding has already appeared on NBC’s “Today” and PBS’s “From The Top: Live from Carnegie Hall,” and has twice been accepted to a prestigious Juilliard program. Meeting Martha Stewart, though, gave the Cleveland Heights teen butterflies.
The baby Georgianna Garry was carrying had severe birth defects that gave him little chance to survive. She had every right to abort the pregnancy when she found out, her doctor told her. But she decided to carry her son,Liam, to term, hoping for 10 minutes with him. What she got was so much more.
Men of Steel Andy Netzel LTV’s Cleveland Works once employed 15,000 of our neighbors, family members and friends. Today, 1,700 workers still report to the Industrial Flats to make what has defined Cleveland as a manufacturing town for the better part of the last 100 years. They are descended from the long line of laborers who have built the nation’s buildings and bridges and the machines that have defended us in war. ArcelorMittal Cleveland is the most efficient mill of its kind in the world.
Despite all odds, and even after nearly disappearing, it is clear: Steel still matters here.
Tower Play Erick Trickey Jimmy Dimora, Tim Hagan and Peter Lawson Jones bought the Ameritrust Tower to give the county a new home — then figured out they couldn’t afford the project. They ignored three advisers’ warnings about the project’s cost. They said it would pay for itself — but it would’ve added millions a year to the cost of government. Now, they’re selling the tower at a loss of $6 million — and counting.
Shadows of Shamu Marsha McGregor Summer brings back our writer’s most cherished amusement park memories, when killer whales and dolphins leaped through the air at SeaWorld, thrilling her family. This year, Geauga Lake is gone, the final chapter in the loss of a Northeast Ohio landmark