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141. Correspondence Force

Kati Hanimagi uses a centuries-old process to create Oddball Press’ unconventional line of greeting cards for a new generation.


Issue: November 2008
Category: CityLife
Author: CB

142. Hugging it Out
Issue: November 2008
Category: CityLife
Author: Chuck Bowen

143. Just Say Mo
All off-season, the faithful have pined for the Cavaliers' missing piece that could push the team past the Boston Celtics and once again to the top of the Eastern Conference. Then came the late-summer trade for Mo Williams.
Issue: November 2008
Category: CityLife
Author: Lynne Thompson

144. Science Project
Issue: November 2008
Category: CityLife

145. Dead Zone
Issue: October 2008
Category: CityLife
Author: Amanda Wilcosky

146. In Memory
Issue: October 2008
Category: CityLife
Author: Erick Trickey

147. Local Haunts
Issue: October 2008
Category: CityLife
Author: Samantha Pirc

148. Super Fan
Issue: October 2008
Category: CityLife
Author:  Jim Vickers

149. This Will Be on the Test

The city’s hottest political blogger, the brain behind Political Science 216, thrives on scandal and fights predatory lenders with a Blues Brothers-inspired move. We have just one question: Who is he?


Issue: October 2008
Category: CityLife
Author: Erick Trickey

150. Urban Legend
Issue: October 2008
Category: CityLife
Author: Don Billie

151. Video Fame

Arsenio Hall loves his television and computer ... probably a little too much.

This month, the Cleveland native and former late-night host makes his return to TV with a new show that seeks to capitalize on our YouTube-obsessed nation.


Issue: October 2008
Category: CityLife
Author: Lynne Thompson

152. This Will Be on the Test
The city’s hottest political blogger, the brain behind Political Science 216, thrives on scandal and fights predatory lenders with a Blues Brothers-inspired move. We have just one question: Who is he? 
Issue: Additional Online Content
Category: CityLife
Author: By Erick Trickey

153. And Another Thing
Issue: September 2008
Category: CityLife

154. Health Mood
Issue: September 2008
Category: CityLife
Author: Lynne Thompson

155. King Me
Chess gets all the attention, but Richard Beckwith of Willoughby knows how to play a mean game of checkers. He and a host of other players, including some of the world’s best, will gather in Medina this month to do battle. Who says this is kids’ stuff?
Issue: September 2008
Category: CityLife
Author: Chuck Bowen

156. Rules to Live By
Issue: September 2008
Category: CityLife

157. Seen and Heard
Issue: September 2008
Category: CityLife
Author: Andy Netzel

158. Tinseltown, Meet Rust Belt
Esquire writer Scott Raab takes on Hollywood as only a native Clevelander can. We talked to him about his new book and found out why Sean Penn and Bill Murray are the celebrities most likely to fit in here.
Issue: September 2008
Category: CityLife
Author: Erick Trickey

159. Winning Reason
Issue: September 2008
Category: CityLife
Author: Jennifer Keirn

160. Tinseltown, Meet Rust Belt
Esquire writer Scott Raab takes on Hollywood as only a native Clevelander can. We talked to him about his new book and found out why Sean Penn and Bill Murray are the celebrities most likely to fit in here.
Issue: Additional Online Content
Category: CityLife
Author: Erick Trickey

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