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Article Archives January 2012
Name Dropping Laura Taxel Georgetown draws from its previous life as Three Birds to offer something old and something new.
Tile Patterns Lindsay Derda The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage's latest exhibit, Project Mah Jongg, explores how the Chinese game became popular in the U.S.
Life in Motion Stuart Warner At age 21, Thrity Umrigar boarded a plane to the United States, leaving her family and Indian homeland behind for a career as a journalist, teacher and author. Her most recent book, The World We Found, bridges her two worlds and navigates the struggle between pain and hope.
Shelf Life Jason Brill A new Larchmere mural by artist Gene Epstein reflects the neighborhood's people and history.
Miracle Worker Jennifer Keirn Regina Brett follows up her best-seller God Never Blinks with another 50 lessons in making miracles out of our ordinary lives.
Knotty and Nice Kristen Hampshire Sarah Ivancic's crocheted jewelry offers a surprising alternative to typical hook-and-needle accessories.
Role Playing Amber Matheson Neil Thackaberry takes on Teddy Roosevelt's many sides in the Actors' Summit production of Bully.
Kids A to Z: Game Planning Heide Aungst Raising healthy kids isn't easy. You have to make sure they're eating right, learning their ABCs, sharing with other children and gaining confidence in their own abilities. But don't forget what might be the most important step — allowing them time to just be kids.
Kids A to Z: Winning Kids Area experts provide advice for boosting your child's self-esteem, cutting back on unhealthy habits, modeling good behavior as a parent and more.
Fast Eddie Michael D. Roberts Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald got the new government off to a quick start. Now he must negotiate a minefield of issues that could make or break his career.
Show Off Jason Brill Prime Rib Steakhouse tries its tableside cooking concept downtown.