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May 2014 Issue

Editor's Column
from readers
  • Kitchen Makeovers
    Edited by Kim Schneider; Stories by Laura Adiletta, Kathy Ames Carr, Jason Brill, Sheehan Hannan, Rebecca Meiser, Cassie Neiden, Kelly Petryszyn, Kim Schneider, Cassie Smith and Molly Wilson
  • Kitchen Makeovers: Cooking Might
    We whipped up the ultimate kitchen commander using the best traits from local chefs. Hover over the dots to read more about the chef characteristics we admire most.
  • The Anointed One
    Erick Trickey
    Former Ohio House Speaker Armond Budish seems destined to crush his opponents and become the next Cuyahoga County executive. He's chased the job for more than a year. He won the money primary and insider's game long before your chance to vote. How do you feel about that?
Lake Effect
In the Neighborhood
  • Downtown Kent
    by James Bigley II
    Here are a dozen spots to get you started.
Public Square
  • Game Changer
    by Barry Goodrich
    Joe Namath brings his gridiron memories to this month's Pro Football Hall of Fame Fan Fest.
  • Village Peddler
    Megan Murray
    Vacant homes will be turned into art for a daylong neighborhood block party.
  • What Remains
    Erick Trickey
    One year after we learned of the horrors on Seymour Avenue, we're still searching for seeds of hope.
Shop Talk
  • Passport to Paris
    Jillian Kramer
    Mademoiselle offers trendsetting fashions and accessories in a foreign-inspired, chic space.
  • Encore Performance
    Katy Witkowski
    After the Cleveland Orchestra hit a high note with last year's Gordon Square residency, the group heads to Lakewood this month.
  • Block Parties
    Kelly Petryszyn
    Be a kid again with two awesome Lego exhibits that open this month.
  • Stepping Up
    Barry Goodrich
    Tap icon Maurice Hines salutes family and dance with a new show.
Talking Points
  • It's a Sin
    by Michael D. Roberts
    The stadium tax on the May 6 ballot will push the public cost of Cleveland sports to more than $1 billion. We're paying for past leaders' mistakes — and today's leaders may be even worse.
The Dish
On the Side
  • Hatch Track
    Sheehan Hannan
    The Cleveland Culinary Launch and Kitchen lets sprouting food companies grow into success stories.
  • View Points
    Laura Taxel
    By adding great food to the outstanding ambience, Luca Italian Cuisine makes the Superior Viaduct a dining destination once again.
The Ingredients
The Terminal

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