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May 2004 Issue

Arts and Entertainment
  • Scraping By
    "Nickel and Dimed" chronicles the hardships faced daily by America's low-wage earners.
  • Battling Average
    Fredo LaPonza, one of the everyman finalists on NBC's "Average Joe: Hawaii," sounds off on fame, Fabio and what he's looking for in a long-term relationship.
  • Weapon of Mass Distraction
    Funny Times has lampooned modern American society for 19 years now, turning Raymond Lesser's left-leaning humor newspaper into an underground favorite.
Cool Cleveland
Cover Story
  • Silver Spoon Awards 2004
    It's been a wild ride on the dining scene this past year, a rocketing roller coaster of openings, closings, arrivals, departures and resurrections. See who you, our readers, picked as the best in the biz.
  • Fast Lane
    Rini Paiva, National Inventors Hall of Fame, director of public relations and inductee relations
  • For Love Or Money
    David Palange had a gambling problem and a daughter in desperate need of a transplant. So the Army veteran and former park ranger did what no one expected of him: He stole nearly $200,000 and disappeared.
  • The Foreplay's The Thing
    Dating, marriage and sex. You bet there's danger ahead. But as our reviewer and his wife discover, there are also a lot of laughs -- and a few poignant moments -- in the Hanna Theatre production of "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change."
  • The Predator Next Door
    In January, a sexual predator moved to Tanglewood Lane. The neighborhood hasn't been the same since.
  • Confessions of a Poppy Seller
    They bloom every Memorial Day weekend outside grocery stores, strip plazas and wherever people congregate: the artificial Buddy Poppy salesman. One member of Solon VFW Post 1863 provides an insider's look at the tradition that has benefited needy and di
Special Sections
  • 2004 Parade of Homes
    Lorain County builders and remodelers show off their new work over two weekends this May.
  • Hue's Clues
    Featuring Cleveland's top models, student designers, clothiers and salons, the fourth-annual Cleveland Fashion Show will reveal the season's vibrant fashion palette.
  • Moving Up
    Newcomers to Lorain County explain what drew them here.
  • Par Power
    For most golfers, the perfect shot carries powers of attraction that rival gravity, pulling us back to the course for another round (no matter how bad the last one was). We've found some notable Clevelanders who reveal what drew them to the game and wha
  • Preppy Revival
    Break out that dusty edition of The Preppy Handbook -- and brush up on dainty duds for spring's hottest styles -- with a twist.
  • Ron Larsen
    He rescues old buildings, guarding Avon's past.
  • The Dream
    Lorain County's great experiment, one of Ohio's most environmentally friendly homes, opens in Carlisle Township.
  • Thread Fair
    Northeast Ohio's schools of fashion and design have a knack for turning out creative graduates.
The Agenda
  • Feathered Finds
    If you're a bird, Canada's Point Pelee offers the perfect refueling spot on your northward journey. If you're a birder, that means this is the place to be in May.

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