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July 2010 Issue

from readers
  • Choose Your Own Adventure
    The arrival of the hot and sunny heart of summer means it's time to get out and explore. Hit the water, pedal the day away, or set off through the forest on foot. We've scouted out 60 ways to make the most of the longest and most beautiful days of the year.
  • Son of the Soil
    Beth Stallings
    Lee Jones was 19 years old when his family lost its farm because of high interest rates and commercial competition. Today, his Huron, Ohio-based Chef's Garden is a thriving, "beyond-organic" business that grows niche produce for restaurants throughout the world.
  • The Music of Their Lives
    Rebecca Meiser
    Inspired by history and love, a Rocky River couple operates the largest accordion museum in the world — out of their basement.
Healthy Living
  • Dental Demand
    Interest in cosmetic dentistry is also picking up again, and there are now more options than ever for getting the smile you've always wanted.
  • Turning Back Time
    Lynne Thompson
    After a difficult couple of years, Cleveland-area cosmetic surgeons are seeing an increase in patientsready to invest in their appearance.
Lake Effect
  • Have a Blast
    Kim Schneider
    There's no better way to celebrate our nation's independence than with some patriotic pyrotechnics. Follow our Fourth of July plan, and get your fill of fireworks all weekend long.
  • Modern Hero
    Jim Vickers
    First, they made a film about a fictional comic-book junkie. Now, Ted Sikora and Milo Miller are writing a real comic inspired by their main character's alter ego.
  • Pop Cultured
    Molly Petrilla
    George Vlosich wasn't around to see the Etch A Sketch hit the market 50 years ago, but he has transformed the kids' toy into an artistic canvas. The 31-year-old's permanent creations sell for thousands for dollars and have captured the attention off Jerry Seinfeld and Oprah Winfrey. Vlosich recently talked to us about his medium's landmark anniversary. 
Public Square
  • Street Smarts
    Melanie Ciarrone
    Look for creative upgrades and improvements along the Theater District's East 14th Street.
  • Trick Play
    Afi Scruggs
    The Cleveland Yo-Yo Club brings old-school fun to a new generation.
  • Water Way
    John Hitch
    A Columbus lawyer's call for a bridge to Canada might not be as absurd as you think.
Shop Talk
  • Get Out!
    Step into the great outdoors with some fun gear, and enjoy nature whatever way you choose.
  • Girl Powered
    Lindsey Hoeppner
    B. Lux Boutique brings fun and feminine fashions to First and Main.
  • Loud and Live
    Ryan Dezember
    HotChaCha takes its fun and feisty rock on the road.
  • Face Value
    Matt Tullis
    Artist Marilyn Minter's visceral, alluring images come to MOCA Cleveland.
Talking Points
  • Defense Mechanisms
    Michael D. Roberts
    Dozens of people may be headed to federal prison in the biggest corruption case in Cleveland's history. Their defense is that everyone else was doing it, so why was it a crime?
The Dish
On the Side
Quick Bite
  • Worth the Wait
    Elaine T. Cicora
    Rosewood Grill packs in patrons eager for a hearty meal at a good price, and it doesn't disappoint.
The Terminal
  • 1922
    Erick Trickey
    Landmark moments from our past

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