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December 2011

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  • Life According to the Rev. E. Theophilus Caviness
    Interview by Ronald E. Kisner
    For 50 years, he has been the pastor of the historic Greater Abyssinia Baptist Church, turning heads, eschewing convention and living an impressive life of civic, political and ministerial heft. As he readies to be enshrined at the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame in Atlanta next month, we sat down with the Rev. Emmitt Theophilus Caviness to talk history, segregation, aging and what his five decades of work mean to the Glenville neighborhood where the street outside his church now bears his name.
  • Past Perfect
    Written by John Hitch, John Hyduk, Rebecca Meiser and Erick Trickey
  • Tree Reign
    Colleen Smitek
    He got his start collecting driftwood to build a fort as a kid and moved on to crafting guitars for friends in high school. These days Dean Heidelberg acts as the guardian of fallen timber, transforming it into lumber for custom furniture and high-end flooring in one of the country's only urban mills.
Lake Effect
  • Bark Place
    Jason Brill
    John Najeway's Thirsty Dog Brewing Co. is growing into a pack leader on the regional beer scene.
Public Square
  • Made in America
    Chuck Bowen
    Filmmakers and Northeast Ohio natives Jack Storey and Rick Stockburger are working to create an honest portrait of our nation's Rust Belt cities.
  • Sewing Machine
    Kelly Petryszyn
    Michael Hudecek merges the buy-local and sustainability movements with his line of handmade messenger bags and backpacks.
Shop Talk
  • Fourth Stars
    Amber Matheson
    Danielle DeBoe and Sean Bilovecky's The Dredgers Union is settling into its space and its role of bringing retail back to downtown.
  • Gift Course
    Head to Cleveland's neighborhoods for stores and boutiques filled with great presents.
Sounds
  • Underground Sound
    Jeff Niesel
    Mr. Gnome expands its experimental-rock sound with Madness in Miniature.
Spaces
  • Young at Art
    Susan Keen Flynn
    78th Street Studios' Survival Kit Gallery celebrates its first year with an expansion.
Special Sections
  • Handled With Care
    Lynne Thompson
    Five patients and their families share their personal stories of recovery. We also talk to the physicians and other medical professionals who helped them through those difficult days.
Talking Points
  • Write or Wrong
    Stuart Warner
    A friend and former editor tells the inside story of Connie Schultz’s resignation from The Plain Dealer.
The Dish
On the Side
Quick Bite
Review
  • Square Meals
    John Long
    Pura Vida serves sophisticated lunch and dinner in a sleek Public Square space.
The Terminal
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