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January 2005 Issue

A la Carte
  • Dr. Atkins, I Presume
    Am I a pig? While I possess no particularly porcine qualities (a sincere love of truffles notwithstanding), it may be that I am.
  • Old World Meets New
    The Grille Above the Valley occupies the site atop Granger Road hill that until about two years ago housed the venerable Czech Inn.
Cellar Notes
  • Romantic Winter Reds
    Marianne Frantz
    For centuries, red wine has been associated with romantic evenings. However, not all reds are Cupid-worthy. So just what makes a red wine romantic?
Arts and Entertainment
  • Accidental Entrepreneurs
    Kim Palmer
    At 1300 W. 78th St., a nondescript brick building with the painted words "American Greetings Creative Studios" fading on its side, it's easy to run into a former, current or future rock star.
  • Every Day With Morrie
    Marie Cantese
    ne evening, Mitch Albom flipped on the television and saw his former professor, Morrie Schwartz, talking on "Nightline" about what it was like to be dying from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
  • Here / Now
    Jacqueline Marino
    There's a chopper in Michael Deming's basement. Not a real one. Not a model of one.
  • Local Sounds
    Jim Vickers
    It's not what you think. Tommy Wiggins' "Adult Themes" tackles, as he puts it in his liner notes, "love, longing, pain and regrets, bad things that happen to good people, getting up every day to go to work, a little melancholy, and a song about protecting your daughters from greasy musicians."
  • Teens Acting Up
    Dalia Wheatt
    When 16-year-old Tyler Slaughter watches the young actors on shows such as "Seventh Heaven" and "My Wife and Kids," one thought runs through his head: If they can do it, I can do it, too.
CityLife
  • A View From the Edge
    Jim Vickers
    Tracey Lind spent years searching for God. Then, she encountered him inside a McDonald's in New York City.
  • Bag to the Future
    Marie Catanese
    Dawn and Rita Zidonis merge fashion and art with the duo's There She Goes line of custom accessories. And they've got a creation with your name written all over it.
  • Going Big-time
    Kim Schneider
    Pro wrestling is hitting PAX 23 television next month, but don't look for flying drop kicks and tons of trash-talk. This is not what "The Rock" is cooking.
  • Name Dropping
    The Editors
    There she was, sandwiched between a towel-clad desperate housewife and a teen movie starlet with a wardrobe malfunction.
  • Neighborhood Watch
    The Editors
    Om, sweet Om. Buck Harris couldn't be happier about the improvements soon to pop up near his yoga studio, located in the Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood's revamped Courtland Building.
  • On the Rebound
    The Editors
    Not everyone was optimistic when Cedar Fair LLP bought Six Flags Worlds of Adventure last year and restored the property to its longtime Geauga Lake identity.
  • Reading Cleveland
    Colleen Mytnick
    Maybe you can't judge a book by its cover. But can you judge a community by the books they're snapping up faster than the general population?
Columns
News Bite
  • Newsbites
    Classics has nabbed a Five Diamond award from AAA, the first and only restaurant in Ohio to garner such a prestigious honor.
Cool Cleveland
  • Pity the Fools
    Thomas Mulready
    Pity the fools who do not live in Greater Cleveland. Out-of-towners suffer under the delusion that Cleveland is a second-rate cultural backwater that could never appeal to elite sophisticates on the coasts.
Cover Story
  • Our Most Interesting People for 2005
    The Editors
    They set the dance stage and the nightlife scene on fire -- and set themselves ablaze, too. They dress the stars and shoot rockets to the stars. They buck the political status quo and get buck nekkid in Playboy. Here's a peek at thos who pique our curiosity.
Features
  • Battle Cry
    Jacqueline Marino
    Elecia Battle has a dream. It gets her up each morning before the sun rises over her Lee-Harvard bungalow. It calls her to the kitchen cupboard, to the expensive little bottles labeled "Amino Fuel," "Up Time" and "Women's Ultra Mega."
  • The Bachelorette Next Door
    Lynne Thompson
    Jen Schefft pops one red grape after another into her mouth as she sits at the kitchen table in her parents' Mentor home late one October morning. She's slowly but surely destroying the fresh-fruit centerpiece while waiting for a camera crew to begin shooting scenes for "The Bachelorette," ABC-TV's popular reality dating show.
Letters
MyTown
  • Feagler for Mayor
    Michael D. Roberts
    Unlike the ads from last year's exhaustive political season, this column is not authorized in any way by Richard H. Feagler, nor will it be approved by whatever law firm he might engage as a result of it.
Special Sections
  • Beating the Back-to-Work Blues
    Karen Fuller
    When Christine Sivak returned to work after her three-month maternity leave, her overriding feeling was guilt.
  • Glam Garages
    Diane DiPiero
    Whether you need more storage space or more room to hang out, you can make the garage a more vital part of your home.
  • Home: The First Classroom
    Karen Fuller
    When it comes to interacting with the preschool set, experts agree that the best way for them to learn is through communication and play.
  • How to Choose a Remodeler
    Diane DiPiero
    Maybe you already have a vision for the space you've chosen for re-modeling, and you want to work with someone who can make that a reality. Or you might only know that you want something different, and you need a person who can craft a great plan for you.
  • Leading the Way
    Kim Schneider
    Don't wait around for Paige Davis from "Trading Spaces" or Evan Farmer from "While You Were Out" to come knocking on your door and surprise you with the home makeover of your dreams.
  • No More Yelling
    Lori Valyko Weber
    Nanette Bryan, a Chardon mother of two boys, was at her wit's end last spring when her first-grader began chewing his clothes when he was bored. Brandon would come home from school with gnawed-through shirts that had been whole that morning.
  • The Urge to Remodel
    Mary Morgan Edwards
    Of all the joys and troubles that come with owning a home, can anything be more thrilling — or terrifying — than the prospect of remodeling?
  • Two to One
    Karin Connelly
    If the walls in the home at 3388 Beechwood Ave. in Cleveland Heights could talk, they would probably have a lot to say about the past 82 years.
  • Young, Hip and Re-creating Cleveland
    Amber Matheson
    Ever thrilled to the idea of strolling through a museum after hours? Been to a party and thought, I could come up with something better than this?
The Agenda


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