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Article Archives
June 2012

Features
  • Almost Famous
    Kelly Petryszyn
    If you only know Chuck Booms as the loudmouth on Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan's morning talk show, don't tell him. The Euclid native was a rising comic in the '90s who counts Jerry Seinfeld and Brad Garrett among his early mentors. He was a frontrunner for David Letterman's job at NBC and has appeared on national television more than 300 times. And yet, you still can't place him. That's part of the story, too. *Just please excuse Chuck. He can't help but interject. Often. And boldly.
  • The Collector
    Rebecca Meiser
    With an affection for history and an eye for film, Kirtland resident Morris Everett Jr. owns one of the most extensive holdings of entertainment photos and posters in the world.
Rating the Suburbs
Summer Fun Guide
  • Summer Fun Guide 2012: Endless Summer
    Barry Goodrich
    The Beach Boys reunite for a tour and new album that marks the 50th anniversary of the band’s rise from the Southern California coast.
  • Summer Fun Guide 2012: Go Wild
    Lynne Thompson
    The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo's Creature Comforts event shows off enrichment exercises that help to stimulate the animals who call the place home.
Lake Effect
Creative Thinkers
  • Striking a Chord
    David Golladay
    Classical pianist Shuai Wang brings Bach, Beethoven and Brahms to a bar near you.
Public Square
  • Coming Home
    Erick Trickey
    In Harvey Pekar's Cleveland, the late comic book author gives us his final thoughts on a city he had long identified with.
  • Little Big Leagues
    Jason Brill
    The Tribe's new Kids Clubhouse lets the little ones play while you keep an eye on the game.
  • Peace and Quiet
    Jeff Niesel
    Peter Walker's serene landscape designs are part of the National September 11 Memorial and the Cleveland Clinic Heart Center. He'll speak at the Cleveland Botanical Garden this month.
Shelf
  • Heaven Sent
    Amber Matheson
    The third memoir from author Loung Ung examines the process of healing a life torn by war and trauma.
Shop Talk
  • Men at Work
    Amber Matheson
    Moreland Hills' J3 Clothing Co. brings a fresh take to Northeast Ohio.
Spaces
  • Drawing Us In
    Danielle Hyams
    A new Cleveland Museum of Art exhibit goes inside the life and works of renowned architectural etcher John Taylor Arms.
Letters
from readers
from the editor
Talking Points
  • Playing Ball
    Dan Mouthrop
    The Billy Beane of local government is changing the game. All he needs is someone to trade with.
The Dish
On the Side
  • Mixing It Up
    Kim Schneider
    Next time you need a drink, pass on the gin and tonic and order up one of these creative cocktails.
Quick Bite
Review
  • A New Favorite
    John Long
    SB Eighty One takes up where the popular Saucy Bistro left off, with a fresh look and great food.
The Terminal
Voice


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