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July 2007 Issue

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Arts and Entertainment
  • Defying the Odds
    Amy Bracken Sparks, Akron Art Museum Photographs Copyrighted by Andrew Mcallister
    The Akron Art Museum soars with a three-year, $34 million expansion that’s an instant winner.
  • Civility War
    Edited by Jim Vickers, Illustration by Tyson Smith, Written by Kathy Ewing
    It’s been two years since good manners became a matter of public debate and gave way to the Cleveland Heights-University Heights Civility Project. But is the East Side’s all-out assault on rude behavior making a difference?
  • Track Meet
    Authored by Chuck Bowen, Photography by Rami Daud
    This month, Texas Madman and other real rail-riding hobos will gather at Summit Metro Parks’ Deep Lock Quarry in Peninsula to shares stories from the road and lessons learned from lives spent living boxcar to boxcar.
Cellar Notes
  • Robert Rules
    Authored by Marianne Frantz
    Celebrate Mondavi, the first family of wine.
Editor's Column
News Bite
  • Classical Rock
    Jim Vickers, photography by Eric Mull

    As younger listeners fall away from the likes of Beethoven, Debussy and Ravel, will Christopher O’Riley — the host of NPR’s youth-focused “From the Top” and the renowned reinventor of songs by Radiohead, Elliott Smith and Nick Drake — be the one who brings them back? 

  • Enclaves: Bratenahl
    By Colleen Mytnick, Photograph by Tim Harrison
    394 single-family homes | Median appraised home value: $318,900
  • Enclaves: Gates Mills
    By Colleen Mytnick, Photograph by Tim Harrison
    915 single-family homes | Median appraised home value: $467,400
  • Enclaves: Waite Hill
    By Colleen Mytnick, Photograph by Tim Harrison
    210 single-family homes Median appraised home value: $555,270
  • Frozen in Time
    Written by Laura Taxel, Photographs by Barney Taxel
    WOO City Ice Cream’s secret is simple: milk, sugar (both organic), and natural flavoring — just like it was made 75 years ago. We go behind the scenes to design and name a custom flavor (that’s Laura’s Lychee Almond Cream) and rediscover why we — and Northeast Ohio’s chefs — love Woo City’s frozen treats.
  • Inside the Enclaves
    By Colleen Mytnick, Photographs by Tim Harrison
    In case you’re not familiar, “enclave” is derived from the French. And if you have to ask, then you probably don’t belong — which is the point. So put on your designer wear, grab your credit card and come along as we look behind the gates (surprisingly, there weren’t too many) at Northeast Ohio’s most prestigious addresses.
  • Welcome to Foreclosure Central
    Erick Trickey, Photographs by Jamie Janos
    Greater Cleveland is the foreclosure capital of the country. More than 13,000 Cuyahoga County homes were foreclosed on last year, including 2401 Garden Avenue, childhood home of county treasurer Jim Rokakis — who's crusading to slam the door on reckless subprime lenders, scheming flippers and anyone else preying on the American Dream.
Home and Garden
  • The It List
    There are homes, and there are homes — the trendsetting places that stand out on the block, the ones that give the rest of us inspiration. Find out how yours can be part of the cool crowd this year.
  • New Haunt for Old Newshounds
    Michael D. Roberts
    Nighttown gives shelter to the city’s star reporters of the past 150 years — such as Don Robertson, Dorothy Fuldheim, Louis Seltzer and Doris O’Donnell (pictured above) — and reminds us of the sad decline of Cleveland journalism.
Special Sections
Healthy Living
  • Forgoing the Facelift
    Lynne Thompson
    What if you aren't comfortable taking the big step? Cosmetic surgeons offer advice about preventative procedures and alternative options, no matter your age.
  • Silicone or Saline?
    Lynne Thompson
    Now that the Food and Drug Administration has reapproved the use of silicone breast implants, here’s what patients should consider before making their choices.Now that the Food and Drug Administration has reapproved the use of silicone breast implants, here’s what patients should consider before making their choices.
  • Skin-Deep Fixes
    Lynne Thompson
    They are relatively safe, quick and inexpensive. As injection-based procedures surge in popularity, we asked cosmetic surgeons to explain the wealth of options available. 
  • Down by the Bay
    Authored by Darin Painter, Amber Matheson, Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Converence and Visitors Bureau
    You don’t need a sailboat to enjoy the Chesapeake, but an appreciation of the water, crab-cracking and history helps. It’s time to enjoy a city that’s quintessentially summer.
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