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October 2005 Issue

A la Carte
Cellar Notes
Arts and Entertainment
  • Dream on East 89th Street
    Christopher Johnston

    Karamu House's Terrence Spivey, actor, director, historian, mime, visionary and Texan, wants to return Cleveland's legendary black theater to its old glory.

  • October Treats
    Kim Schneider

    Want to make sure there's more than candy in your child's treat bag this month? Cleveland area arts and entertainment institutions can help. They've planned a witches' brew of performances and activities for children throughout October.

  • Mr. Nice Guy
    Lynne Thompson

    Alice Cooper is as friendly as rock stars come. Don't worry. It'll be back to "No More Mr. Nice Guy" by the time he makes his Halloween-season tour stop here Oct. 7.

  • Suburban Legend
    Diana Vanucci

    Fifteen years after first hearing the creepy tales tied to the Cuyahoga Valley, a writer uncovers fact in fiction and finds the truth as haunting as any childhood ghost story.

Cool Cleveland
Cover Story
  • Best of Cleveland
    The Editors

    We took a spin around town and looked for this city's greatest hits. We feasted on breakfast at Big Al's and cannoli from Casa Dolce, watched revelers challenge the mechanical bill at Tequila Ranch, puffed away at Kan Zaman and shopped for vintage T-shirts at Big Fun and the buy-one-get-one-free tickets at House of Blues. But that was just the start. For the record, we discovered 55 things that rock about Cleveland that you'd be wise to put in your weekend rotation during the next 365 days.

  • Get Your Art Fix
    The Editors

    So the Cleveland Museum of Art's permanent galleries are closed for renovation. And you're jonesing for some Picasso and your regular dose of Warhol. We offer four museum trips (since withdrawal can be hell) to discover the artistic highs in Oberlin, Detroit, Youngstown and Toledo.

  • Scenes & Secrets: Nate Gray on Trial
    Erick Trickey

    Tales of sleaze and charm from Cleveland's scandal of the decade, plus notes on what the players aren't talking about.*

    *Including how the FBI's four-year investigation may lead to Mike White.

  • The Son Also Rises
    Colleen Mytnick

    It'd be easy to sit back and enjoy life if you're Bart Wolstein's son. After all, what's left to accomplish? Plenty, if you're wired like Scott Wolstein, who has unleashed his bold ideas not only on his company, but also on the East Bank of the Flats.

Special Sections
  • Brain Gain
    Myra Orenstein

    Investment in internships not only keeps Northeast Ohio's brightest grads here, it woos them back from afar.

  • Family Portraits
    Kristen Hampshire

    Women pass down more to their daughters than outward appearance. Your family's medical history can determine risk for disease. To get the complete picture, have you conducted a background check lately?

  • Joining the 'In' Crowd
    Myra Orenstein

    Universities share insight on how students can get into their first-choice school.

  • Knowing Your Knees
    Jeannie Roberts

    Women athletes suffer from serious knee injuries at six to eight times the rate of men. A local trainer says women can work around the risk -- with better training.

  • Practicing Patients
    Kristen Hampshire

    When four women -- three doctors and a nurse -- found their roles reversed, they learned valuable lessons on how to better care for patients.

College Tour
Holiday Home and Garden
  • Chic to Geek: A Holiday Gift Guide
    Liz Logan

    Same gift, different holiday? Not this time around. If you're stumped when it comes to unique presents for the special people in your life, keep reading. We reached deep into our mailbag and found a dozen distinctive ideas we guarantee they won't soon forget.

  • Escape Plan
    Lynne Thompson

    Where to go next holiday season (and how to break the news to your family).

  • Festively Fit
    Lydia Navatsyk

    Six strategies for making sure your pants still fit by the time Jan. 2 rolls around.

  • Guest Room
    Kim Schneider

    Five simple ways to maximize space and make your visitors feel at home this holiday season.

  • Holidays Gone Bad: A Survival Guide
    The Editors

    It's the most wonderfully stressful time of the year. But when things go wrong, don't turn into a Scrooge. Turn to our handy guide for surviving holiday pitfalls.

  • Host With the Most
    Lynne Thompson

    The pressure is on for everything to be perfect. Take this advice when it comes to your holiday entertaining and everyone will have a great time -- even you.

  • Look Alive
    Beth Stallings

    The onset of winter doesn't mean you can't conjure a little spring around your home in the meantime.

  • Serenity Now!
    Rebecca Turman

    Four strategies for taking personal time-outs during the holiday season.

  • Spend Smart
    Beth Stallings

    Six steps to keeping yourself financially afloat during the holidays.

The Agenda
  • Ready, Set, Eat!
    Lydialyle Gibson

    From the historic South Side to the far-flung northern climes, our writer -- and her taste buds -- go on a nonstop Chicago munchathon.

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