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August 2014 Issue

  • Open Air
    Frances Killea
    Catch rays and a show at these alfresco venues.
Comments
Editor's Column
Features
  • Equal Opportunity
    These 10 workplaces are setting the bar for inclusion and equal opportunity for LGBT employees in Northeast Ohio.
  • Game Face
    By Jillian Kramer
    As the Gay Games heads into the home stretch of preparations, executive director Tom Nobbe discusses the challenges and opportunities of winning the bid.
  • Glass Castle
    Story by Sheehan Hannan, Photography by Green Street Studios
    With a minimalist approach, this penthouse condo highlights the art of design.
  • Out in the Town
    James Bigley II, Sheehan Hannan, Sara Portwood and Dillon Stewart
    Check out these 40 spots known for being LGBT-friendly. Click on the flags on the map or scroll through the list and select destinations to learn more about each one.
     
    *Note that the shops and restaurants listed here underwent inclusion training through the Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio. 
  • Out Loud
    Edited by Steve Gleydura and Kim Schneider
  • Party City
    By James Bigley II
    There's more than just sports at the Gay Games. Here are three not-to-miss soirees.
  • Progress Book
    Compiled by James Bigley II
    We dig behind the data to see how gay we are as a city, state and nation.
  • Rights Track
    We take a look at the important events that have shaped the LGBT community over the last 40 years.
  • Spin Class
    Story by Kathy Ames Carr, Photography by Scott Pease
    An Ohio City loft gets a touch of elegance thanks to reclaimed pieces and modern finishes.
  • Support System
    Erick Trickey
    Case Western Reserve University's Safe Zone Program teaches us how to become more accepting and open.
  • Take Art
    Enjoy one of these diverse cultural events happening this month.
  • Window Dressing
    Story by Rebecca Meiser, Photography by Scott Pease
    An open floor plan and lake views give this Detroit Shoreway single-family home plenty of character.
  • Word Up
    by Jillian Kramer
    Don’t get lost in alphabet soup — here’s a glossary of terms the LGBT community uses each day.
Lake Effect
  • Dinner Show
    Barry Goodrich
    The Music Box Supper Club cranks up the concert experience with seated sets and meal service.
  • Score Keeper
    Lynne Thompson
    Director Tim Tyler pens a play about the roller coaster journey of being a Browns fan.
  • Torch Bearer
    Roxanna Coldiron
    After 41 years, founder and chair of the Cleveland Institute of Art glass department, Brent Kee Young, passes the flame to former student Marc Petrovic.
Public Square
  • Conventional Thinking
    Jason Brill
    What does hosting the 2016 Republican National Convention mean? We ask five Clevelanders.
  • Speed Demons
    Erick Trickey
    Cleveland has accelerated its traffic camera program this year, deploying 15 mobile units and a dozen more fixed-location cameras. We help you navigate the most frequent traveling ticket traps and advise what to do if you get nabbed. 
     
    Plus, we made the below map to show where the 15 mobile cameras have appeared at least three times from Jan. 1 to July 1.  
Shelf
  • Emotional Rescue
    Barry Goodrich
    Acclaimed writer Thrity Umrigar pens a new novel that tackles the use of power.
Special Sections
Talking Points
  • Good Neighbors
    Sharon Holbrook
    The city needs visitors from the suburbs to help revitalize its neighborhoods. Will we defy the segregation of urban avoidance?
The Dish
  • Cobbled Up
    Laura Adiletta
    Grilled, boiled, popped, flaked or creamed, corn is the official flavor of summer. Elevate the humble vegetable by trying one of these favorite local dishes.
  • Dish Deconstructed: Slovenian Sausage
    Sheehan Hannan
    In Cleveland, sausages are an Old World treat, offering a savory, meaty glimpse back into the city’s strong Eastern European roots. The Standard’s executive chef Patrick Fisher pays homage to it with the restaurant’s Slovenian sausage ($7), a riff on a childhood favorite. “I remember eating that style,” he says. “We call it Slovenian, but it’s pretty much a Polish sausage that’s lightly smoked. We go a little heavier on the pepper and garlic, so it’s similar to a kielbasa.” Hover over the dots to read more about the tasty elements of this dish.
  • Sugar Rush
    Frances Killea
    Using natural ingredients, two cousins put a spin on cotton candy.
Quick Bite
Review
  • Down Home
    Laura Adiletta
    Matthew Mathlage brings a comfortable sentimentality to Peachtree Southern Kitchen & Cocktails.
The Terminal
Voice
  • Growing Pains
    Rebecca Meiser
    When my friends found out I was pregnant, I heard two responses. The first was congratulations. The second was a demand: Have you thought about infant care?


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