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November 2010 Issue

  • Campaign Promise
    Mary Rose Oakar tells how a diner helped launch her political career.
  • Diner Deals
    Pull up a stool, and dine on the super cheap.
  • Going Greek
    Like many owners, Gus Kanis and his family came to American and found their place in diners.
  • Good N' Corny
    It's not fancy, but this staple diner breakfast dish always hits the spot.
  • Meet the Regulars
    Let us introduce you to familiar faces from some of our favorite places.
  • Renaissance Man
    Erick Trickey
    David Franklin, the Cleveland Museum of Art's new director, is a Renaissance scholar who's lived in Venice and Florence, written two books and organized successful, groundbreaking exhibitions. Now the multitalented art historian takes on the job of waking the museum from a long slumber.
  • Service With Sass
    Tina Lallo's neighborly ribbing is part of the experience at JT's Diner.
  • Side Order
    Small plates and a sweet ending worth ordering.
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Feature
  • Dinermite
    Edited by Beth Stallings; Written by Alex Ash, Christina Bernecker, Jennifer Bowen, Elizabeth Brott, Elaine T. CIcora, Steve Gleydura, Rebecca Meiser, Kim Schneider, Beth Stallings, Carly Toyzan, Erick Trickey, Jim VIckers
    Admit it. You have a soft spot for corner booths and counter stools, endless cups of coffee and $1.99 breakfasts as much as we do. It's time to celebrate these greasy slices of Americana with our two favorite words: Order up!
  • Life According to Dan Coughlin
    Interview by Andy Netzel
    He went toe-to-toe with Muhammad Ali and waded into the madness of 10 Cent Beer Night. Dan Coughlin's four-decade career as a Cleveland sports reporter has spawned Crazy, With the Papers to Prove It, a new book of behind-the-scenes tales that offer a wild look at life inside the press box. 
Lake Effect
  • Bridge Basics
    Robert Rozboril
    Bicycling enthusiasts didnt get their wish, but plans for the new Innerbelt Bridge are impressive. Walsh Construction of Chicago was chosen to build the $287.4 million structure by fall 2013. Although a rival firm filed suit claiming the design doesnt meet bid requirements, Ohio Department of Transportation deputy director of District 12 Bonnie Teeuwen says, Were confident well win the ruling. Here are a few of our favorite features.
Politically Minded
  • Change Agent
    Erick Trickey
    You may have never heard of C. Ellen Connally, but the former judge just might become the most powerful force on the county council we elect this month.
Public Square
  • Direct Heat
    Barry Goodrich
    As the host of three popular Food Network series and an NBC game show, Guy Fieri's career is on fire. This month, he'll also spice up the I-X Center's Fabulous Food Show.
  • House Call
    Alex Ash
    Are museums built around a famous writer's home really worth the investment?
  • Quick Pitch
    Ian Hoffman
    It's like a PowerPoint presentation for the Twitter generation — with beer.
  • Willed To Win
    Jim Vickers
    No LeBron, no problem: Why new Cavs coach Byron Scott is the guy to fix our deflated basketball ego.
Shop Talk
  • Color Wonder
    Amber Matheson
    Charming Charlie celebrates all the hues of the rainbow with its well-edited and well-priced accessories store.
  • Present Day
    No need to make a list and check it twice. We've found great gifts for those special people in your life.
Sounds
  • Listener Supported
    Jeff Niesel
    Chris Allen teams with producer Don Dixon for his new homemade and fan-financed solo release.
Stages
  • Life Goes On
    Lynne Thompson
    The Cleveland Play House trades one holiday staple for another with a one-man stage version of the classic 1946 film It's a Wonderful Life.
Talking Points
  • After the Burglary
    Michael D. Roberts
    While Cleveland recoils from the Dimora-Russo charges, a deeper scandal emerges: skulking county employees blotting out home values with correction fluid.
The Dish
On the Side
Quick Bite
Review
  • Comfort Mood
    Laura Taxel
    Mia Bella focuses on flavors rather than flash with its tasty, inventive preparations.
The Terminal
  • 1913
    Erick Trickey
    Landmark moments from our past.
Voice
Essay


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