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February 2007

  • A King's Castle
    Kristen Hampshire
    City Architecture’s tribute to Ireland’s fortresses offers some royal features.
  • Being Punched by Mike Tyson
    Chuck Schodowski
    On Sept. 2, 1989, “Iron” Mike Tyson, the undisputed world heavyweight champion, visited John Adams High School to “fight” radio personality Lynn Tolliver Jr. and TV celebrities Big Chuck Schodowski and Li’l John Rinaldi. The program was sponsored by the city and Urban League to register new voters, but it was Big Chuck who got his ticket punched. 
  • Energy Force
    Kristen Hampshire
    Leading a more environmentally friendly lifestyle can reap benefits for your health and your pocketbook.
  • How Green it is
    Kristen Hampshire
    The 64th annual Home & Garden Show’s dual green theme introduces sustainable design concepts and offers a taste of Ireland.
  • New Country Attitude
    Kristen Hampshire
    Forget cookie-cutter — WGAR morning host Michelle Maloney built a home that reflects her eco-friendly ideals.
  • The Best O' The Burbs

    Find your designated driver, your favorite cabbie’s business card or the number of your friend with the comfortable couch: It’s our quickie guide to the Best O' The Burbs.

  • The Green Outdoors
    Kristen Hampshire
    Cultivating a great lawn doesn’t have to mean chemical fertilizers, exotic plants and lots and lots of watering.
  • The Living Kitchen
    David Searls
    Appliances reach theirfull potential in an intimatehands-on setting
  • The Orchid Isle
    Tori Woods
    Cleveland Magazine and Cleveland Botanical Garden’s feature garden blends the best of the tropics with the Emerald Isle to provide floral inspiration for your back yard.
  • The Showroom
    David Searls
    Designer kitchens inspire,educate and delight
Cellar Notes
  • 2 Live Cru
    Marianne Frantz
    When pondering Bordeaux’s Crus Classé, consider grooving instead to the Cru Bourgeois wines.
Editor's Column
A la Carte
  • Cozy, Cool
    Laura Taxel
    Warm wild mushrooms and caramelized pecans make for a salad worth noting.
Arts and Entertainment
  • A Princess Always
    Lynne Thompson
    Diana: A Celebration brings Lady Di’s famed wedding dress, 28 outfits and plenty of personal items from her youth to the Western Reserve Historical Society.
  • My Date with Sue
     Sue’s bite force could puncture a triceratops hipbone without breaking any teeth.
CityLife
  • Bachelor Fad
    Jim Vickers
    Who expects to meet their future husband on television? Jen Schefft tried — twice — and found the fodder for her book that argues forcing Mr. Right is the wrong way to live your life.
  • Keep off the Gas
    It’s not easy going green, but Full Circle Fuels owner Sam Merrett is helping motorists break free of their petroleum dependence — one engine at a time.
Columns
News Bite
Cover Story
  • 20 Sexy Singles
    We picked Cleveland's top 20 bachelors and bachelorettes, but now the choice is up to you: Who gets your vote for Best Smile, Class Clown and Most Likely to Succeed? Make your picks, then meet the singles later this month!
  • A Mind on a Mission
    Darin Painter
    When Dan Cuffaro said Cleveland could become the U.S. capital of consumer-product design — ”The Milan of the Midwest” — he assumed people would laugh. Instead, they latched on to his idea of turning an area east of downtown into an epicenter of innovation. The man behind the vision is cerebral, driven and refined. Can this guy literally mean business?
  • Dimsum for Dummies
    Laura Taxel
    Don’t be intimidated by the metal carts, language barrier or deep-fried chicken feet. Dim sum — the Chinese version of tapas — is a smart bet for a fun, delicious and sometimes adventurous meal. And with Chinese New Year right around the hanging lantern, now’s a great time to try it with some friends (after devouring our little primer, of course).
Healthcare
Letters
MyTown
  • LeBron and My Cleveland Boys
    Anne Trubek
    Our writer, new in town, finds herself dating during a playoff run and falling in love with Cleveland, Cleveland guys, LeBron and our city’s stubborn civic pride.
Special Sections
  • Good Eats
    Go Red cookbook helps women take action against heart disease.
  • Happy Hearts
    Karin Connelly
    The American Heart Association celebrates thosewho represent heart-healthy living in our community.
American Heart Association
  • Go Red for Women
    University Hospitals and the American Heart Associationare committed topromoting women’s heart health.
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Travel
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