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September 2005 Issue

A la Carte
Cellar Notes
  • Red Hot Rose
    Marianne Frantz

    Don't blush, it's OK to drink rose.

Arts and Entertainment
  • A League of Their Own
    Kim Schneider

    The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum brings its Times of Greatness traveling exhibit to Canal Park and Jacobs Field this month, paying tribute to an often-overlooked part of baseball history.

  • Village People
    Kim Schneider

    CAse Western Reserve University's new Village 115 mixes energy efficiency and cutting-edge technology in a sleek $126 million package. Dorm life will never be the same.

News Bite
Cool Cleveland
Cover Story
  • The Perfect Mayor
    Lindsey Lelak, Jacqueline Marino, Amber Matheson, Kim Schneider and Erick Trickey

    As Cleveland gets ready to pick its leader for the next four years, we get the feeling a lot of people are longing for something more. So we talked to a bunch of people in town and asked: Is there anyone, living or dead, local or from somewhere else, who you think would make the perfect mayor of Cleveland today?

    If you could stitch together a political Frankenstein, a perfect mauyor made up of the best attributes of various leaders, whose traits and passions would you use for ingredients?

    What beliefs, priorities and positions would your perfect mayor have?

    Here's what they said.

  • The Tailgater's Playbook
    Lydia Navatsyk

    Want to score a cool party every Sunday? Then we've got just the game plan: Pack early, park smart, fire up the grill and don't forget the tickets.

  • Welcome to the Barking Lot!
    Kathleen Murphy Colan

    Sundays mean game day this time of year, and for many Browns fans, there's no better way to enjoy the game than with some hearty tailgating. So grab your grill, your beverage of choice and carloads of your best friends for the kind of sport that happens off the field. And don't forget to buckle your chin-strap -- this is the fan's guide to tailgating.

  • All But Spent
    Michael D. Roberts

    It's plain to see that 60 years after its conclusion, World War II gave the Greatest Generation insights we could use today.

Special Sections
Cleveland Public Library
  • A New 'Experience'

    Cleveland Public Library’s “Treasures” event returns, once again giving visitors the opportunity to browse the institution’s fascinating collection of one-of-a-kind materials.

  • The People's University

    The Cleveland Public Library is much more than just a collection of books and documents. Whether you’re new to the country or finding it harder to get around these days, nothing can separate you from the Library’s wide array of community programs.��

Heinens Table Two
  • Cabernet-free Zone

    Clevelander Jan Sweeney and husband Mike are making a big splash with their premiere Pinot Noir from Oregon's Willamette Valley.

  • Chef to Chef

    Our trip to Oregon quickly turned into a Taste of Oregon as we began pairing award-winning wines with award-winning foods. IT was a feast of bistro meals filled with just-harvested ingredients from local farmers, the world's best blue cheese handcrafted from single-estate milk and rich, dark chocolate paired with Cherry Hill Pinot Noir.

    Enjoy the recipes from our new Oregon friends, along with our own local tips from Heinen's Chef Jacki Novotny.

Idea Center at Playhouse Square
  • Building on Education
    Kristen Hampshire

    Idea Center provides a robust framework to help revitalize lesson plans and carve a place for technology and culture in the classroom.

  • Electric Avenue
    Kristen Hampshire

    Community reach is limitless as technology meets culture.

  • Wired!
    Kristen Hampshire

    ignite + invent + imagine

The Agenda
Special Interests
  • 25 Great Escapes
    The Editors

    Have weekend. Will travel.

    Here's your second chance at summer. Whether you're looking to get romantic, relaxed or recharged, we've got the trip: 25 places you can drive to in about six hours (or less). So get your girl or your guy (maybe even your kids!), gas up and get out of here.

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