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July 2014 Issue

  • Case Closed?
    Erick Trickey
    James Badal thinks he's solved the torso murders. We analyze his argument and re-examine Cleveland's most famous unsolved mystery.
  • Last Call
    Dillon Stewart

    If you've always dreamed of owning a bar, two iconic watering holes are for sale.

  • Moving Targets
    Frances Killea and Patrick Williams
    With interest in urban living on the rise, several new residential options are being developed in neighborhoods surrounding downtown.
Editor's Column
from readers
  • Gear Pro
    We’re going on a camping trip and we are bringing … all of these items.
  • Great Escapes
    From pitching a tent to glamping, there's an outdoor adventure for you.
  • Roast Masters
    Six local chefs help put a spin on everyone's campfire favorite.
  • Trail Guide
    Rough it like a pro with these step-by-steps on building a fire, stargazing and cleaning a fish.
  • Try This
    Soar over treetops at 45 mph, go backwoods horseback riding and more.
Public Square
  • Johnny Fever
    Barry Goodrich
    Is Johnny Manziel a savoir or just another figure in our history of failed quarterbacks?
Lake Effect
  • Fast Acting
    Frances Killea

    Move over, Hollywood. Independent filmmakers take over the city for the 48 Hour Film Project.

Creative Thinkers
  • Classic Sound
    Sarah Routh

    Using tubes instead of transistors, Jim Hissem is making affordable, accessible hand-built guitar amps.

Public Square
  • Diamond in the Rough
    by Patrick Williams
    The $6.3 million renovation of League Park creates a jewel for the city and baseball fans.
  • Toon In
    Ellie Rambo
    Before 24-hour animated marathons, there were cherished Saturday mornings with Bugs Bunny, Road Runner and Tweety. Without a time machine, you can recapture that innocence through Still Looney After All These Years. The five-part program will show 60 classic Looney Tunes at the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque July 5 through Aug. 2. John Ewing, cinematheque director, recommends three cartoons worth a look.
Shop Talk
  • Alfresco Design
    Kara Kissell

    Urban Home & Garden creates unity between the indoors and outdoors with whimsical accessories.

  • House Party
    Katy Witkowski
    Local house concert spaces offer a more intimate, causal experience.
  • Laugh Track
    Chris Van Vliet
    Jamie Kennedy performs stand-up at the new Club Velvet at Hard Rock Rocksino this month.
Special Sections
  • Healthy Living
    Doctors talk popular cosmetic procedures and technology.
Healthy Living
  • Body Works
    Kristen Hampshire

    Achieve a more youthful appearance with these advances in plastic surgery.

Talking Points
Opinions, observations & insights
  • The Chief
    Michael D. Roberts
    The growing movement against Chief Wahoo evokes memories of the 1970s, when militant Native Americans protested the team's logo and took over Mount Rushmore.
The Dish
On the Side
  • Buon Appetito
    Sheehan Hannan

    With modern Italian flavors and local ingredients, Jonathon Sawyer's Trentina pays homage to his wife's heritage.

Quick Bite
Restaurant Reviews
  • Menu with a Mission
    Laura Adiletta
    Brandon Chrostowski's Edwins Restaurant helps rehabilitate Cleveland's former inmates, one plate at a time.
The Ingredients
  • Churn Relief
    James Bigley II

    Stay cool with these sweet guidelines to homemade ice cream.

The Terminal

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