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March 2014 Issue

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  • Best Doctors 2014: Command Center
    by Lynne Thompson
    It cost more than $5 million to build and is one of only two of its kind — and they're both at the Cleveland Clinic's Heart & Vascular Institute. The latest of the clinic's hybrid operating rooms, which opened in July, allows cardiologists, cardiothoracic surgeons and vascular surgeons to perform traditional open-heart surgeries and minimally invasive endovascular procedures. "You can just do everything in this room," says vascular surgeon Dr. Sean Lyden. Hover over the dots below to learn more about its state-of-the-art features.
  • Best Doctors 2014: Path Finder
    by Jennifer Keirn
    With a new treatment for faulty heart valves, University Hospitals’ Dr. Marco Costa helps a patient avoid open-heart surgery.
  • Best Doctors 2014: Quick Steps
    Rebecca Meiser
    The swift actions of MetroHealth's Dr. Sanjay Gandhi and first responders gives a marathon runner another chance to see the finish line.
  • Girl Meets World: Calm Reader
    Kara Kissell
    The Spa at Bayfield offers relaxation with Victorian touches that stay with you no matter how crazy things get.
  • Girl Meets World: Past Time
    Jane Ammeson
    Stocked with vintage finds, housewares and trinkets, Indiana's Antique Alley takes shoppers to bygone eras.
  • The Bedford Judge and the Brothel Bust
    Erick Trickey
    Judge Harry Jacob III promised to bring greater integrity to Bedford Municipal Court. He seemed like the guy next door — family man, soccer coach, gentleman. Now he's accused of frequenting a brothel, accepting sex as a bribe and promoting prostitution — a charge often used against pimps. What really happened when he met the Studio 54 Girls?
Healthcare
  • Best Doctors 2014: Change of Heart
    Jillian Kramer
    An exclusive look inside the operating room reveals how the highest-rated heart care program in the nation gives one patient a second chance at life.
Lake Effect
Public Square
  • Corner Bard
    by Barry Goodrich
    Akron author David Giffels chronicles Rust Belt life in his new essay collection.
  • Drone Ranger
    by Sheehan Hannan
    Two North Olmsted natives are flying high with amazing aerial photos of our city.
  • Green Daze
    St. Patrick’s Day can be a blur for many, so we focus our Irish eyes on last year’s numbers.
  • Rule Changes
    Erick Trickey
    Kevin Kelley's election as City Council president may bring more than just a shift in leadership.
Screen
  • Now Showing
    Tower City Cinemas may have gone all digital for the 38th Cleveland International Film Festival, but 35 mm film has not reached the end of its reel in our town. Two movie buffs tell us what’s to love about both film and digital formats.
  • Ticket Takers
    Jason Brill
    Fall for these four flicks at this year's Cleveland International Film Festival.
Shelf
  • Page Turners
    by Megan Murray
    In honor of National Reading Month, we find books as they exist in the wild.
Shop Talk
  • Mist Opportunities
    by Kara Kissell
    Lakewood's Indigo Perfumery offers unique fragrances tailored to shoppers' personalities.
Stages
  • Rock Spar
    by Rebecca Meiser
    Cleveland Public Theatre remixes William Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus into a gory musical.
Special Sections
Guide to Education
  • Guide To Education: Social Status
    Heide Aungst
    More educators are finding creative ways to incorporate blogs, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and more into their lessons.
Talking Points
  • Alternative Reality
    Michael D. Roberts
    With journalism at a low point in Cleveland, a weekly newspaper under new ownership has an opportunity to make a difference.
The Dish
Mature Adult Health
On the Side
  • Stock Options
    by Christina Bucciere
    Fight off those end-of-winter chills with one of these six satisfying soups.
Quick Bite
Review
  • Heat Check
    Laura Taxel
    Eric Williams brings his unique style of Mexican food to Lakewood with El Carnicero.
The Terminal
Voice


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