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August 2007 Issue

A la Carte
  • French Feast
    Written by Laura Faye Taxel, Photo by Brad Ronevich
    A poached egg and blue cheese-smeared crostini perfect the frisee salad.
Arts and Entertainment
  • Lady of the Garden
    Written by Kristen Hampshire, Photo by Heidi Zaller

    Natalie Ronayne plants a seed for urban revitalization as executive director of the Cleveland Botanical Garden.

  • Roaring Good Time
    Written by Elise Franco, Joan Marcus; © Disney
    “The Lion King” returns to Playhouse Square
CityLife
  • ACTION! Figures
    Written By Jim Vickers, Photo By Jesse Kramer
    Five independent filmmakers show off their locally made full-length features this month at the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque’s first-ever festival of homegrown talent.
  • Lights, Camera, Eat!
    Written by Laura Faye Taxel, Illustrated by Ryan Ostrander
    Chef Anthony Bourdain comes to town for a true taste of Cleveland cuisine (with a little help from Michael Symon, Michael Ruhlman and Harvey Pekar, of all people) and we tag along as the Travel Channel’s “No Reservations” crew captures it all.
Columns
Cellar Notes
  • Real Men Drink Rose
    Marianne Frantz
    Not just for girls anymore, pink makes a perfect summertime drink.
Editor's Column
News Bite
The Experience
  • Fighting whale hunters in the Antartic
    as told to Dave “Coondog” O’Karma
    Mentor-native Ryan Rittenhouse did more than recycle a few cans in his quest to protect the environment. He went out to sea and became a pirate.
Features
  • Crash Course
    Kelly Petryszyn

    You’d have to be crazy to let someone you don't k now spend the night (or a week) on your couch for free. You’d have to be nuts to travel the world (or just our city) depending on the kindness of strangers. But that’s exactly what we did to catch the couch surfing wave.

  • FOUND
    Photograph by Izabella Viktoria
  • Green Valley
    Written by Dave "Coondog" O'Karma, Illustrated by Izabella Viktoria
  • Hidden in Plain Sight
    Written by Tori Woods, Photograph by Heidi Zaller
    Too often, we miss the good stuff (though TiVo sometimes makes up for it). Every day we zip past century-old structures on our way to work, walk by secret details on our lunch breaks and overlook yesterday’s artwork as we shop and play. No more. Use our clues to see if you can uncover what is ...
  • Shelf Life
    Written by Amber Matheson, Photograph by Izabella Viktoria
  • The Club Seen
    Written by Douglas Trattner, Photos Courtesy the Union Club and the Hermit Club
  • Then & Now
    Written by John Hyduk, Images Courtesy Cleveland State University (Then 1,3,4,5). WWW.alanfreed.com (Then 2). Heidi Zaller (Now 1, 3-5), Kevin G. Reeves/Courtesy of Architects and Engineers Westlake Reed Leskosky (Now 2)
  • White Coats
    Written by Jacqueline Marino, Photography by Tim Harrison

    After two years of medical school, one test will determine the future of Case Medical School students Millie Gentry, Mike Norton and Marleny Franco.

Letters
MyTown
  • A Two-toned World Blurs
    Afi-Odelia E. Scruggs
    I grew up in a world split between black and white. Now, dining in a Middle Eastern restaurant on Cleveland’s West Side, I see shades of black, white, brown and yellow, and wonder where I stand in it all.
Special Sections
Home & Garden Guide
  • Designed to Sell
    Buyers want to see move-in ready homes — no clutter, just clean.
Kids A-Z
  • Kids A-Z
    Written by Lori Valyko Weber
    The new school year is officially in session, and today’s teachers are focusing on a whole lot more than the “three R’s.”
Mature Adult Health
  • A Cancer Revolution
    Christopher Johnston
    From weekly tea parties after chemotherapy to more aggressive and tailored treaments, the emerging field of geriatric oncology is changing the way doctors fight cancer in elderly patients.
Travel
  • Back to Basics
    Written by Kim Schneider, Photo Courtesy of Sektda
    In Kentucky, it’s all about the simple life and Southern hospitality.
Web Extra
  • Hide & Seek

    Five more fantastic finds and historical footnotes we uncovered while working on our August "Hidden Cleveland" cover story.

  • New Benchmarks, Raised Standards
    Lori Valyko Weber

    As college acceptance standards become more rigorous, teachers at every level stress the same thing: Parents need to be involved from the very beginning.



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