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1. Close to the Heart
Issue: March 2014 Issue
Category: Columns
Author: Steve Gleydura

2. Daily Dilemma
Issue: September 2013
Category: Columns

3. Past Play
Issue: September 2013
Category: Columns
Author: Steve Gleydura

4. Public Enemy Shondor Birns
Issue: November 1990
Category: Columns
Author: Michael D. Roberts

5. Saving an Endangered 150-pound Turtle
Tim McCormack, 32, is a conservationist with the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Asian Turtle Program. In 2008, a Swinhoe’s soft-shell turtle — one of four known to be left in the world — turned up in a Vietnamese fisherman’s net following a flood.
Issue: February 2010
Category: Columns
Author: Tim McCormack

6. Wandering Mind
Issue: February 2010
Category: Columns
Author: Steve Gleydura

7. Ascending to the Summit of Mount McKinley
John Harknett, a 67-year-old retired businessman from Bay Village, has been climbing mountains for the past 20 years. In 1995, he traveled to Alaska with his son to ascend the 20,320-foot Mount McKinley, also known as Denali.

Issue: January 2010
Category: Columns
Author: John Harknett

8. Living Large
Issue: January 2010
Category: Columns
Author: Steve Gleydura

9. Hearing Thousands of Christmas Wishes
Every year, Jack Warren of Avon Lake takes time off from his day job as general manager for Comfort Keepers — an in-home medical service — and adopts a new personality: Santa Claus. He’ll be at Tower City this year working at Kris Kringle’s Inventionasium.
Issue: December 2009
Category: Columns
Author: Jack Warren

10. The Perfect Present
Issue: December 2009
Category: Columns
Author: Steve Gleydura

11. Floating Weightless in Zero Gravity
Writer Andy Netzel flew on the Zero-G airplane in September. The commercial flight is similar to the one NASA uses to train astronauts. The flight takes off from major cities throughout the country and costs $4,950 per seat.
Issue: November 2009
Category: Columns
Author: Andy Netzel

12. Six Things We Endorse
Issue: November 2009
Category: Columns
Author: Steve Gleydura

13. Enlightening Strikes
Issue: October 2009
Category: Columns
Author: Steve Gleydura

14. Buried alive in a graveyard
One morning in October 2006, Ross “Buddy” Barton III of Wooster was buried alive for almost three hours when an 8-foot ditch he was working in collapsed. The ditch flooded during the rescue attempt, and his heart stopped twice before he was freed.
Issue: June 2009
Category: Columns
Author: By Ross “Buddy” Barton III

15. Editor's Column - Play Recalling
Issue: May 2009
Category: Columns
Author: Steve Gleydura

16. Jumping | off CSU’s Rhodes Tower
BASE jumpingparachuting off a building, antenna, span or earth — is among the world’s riskiest sports. It is five to eight times more likely to result in injury or death than skydiving. Chris has jumped off several downtown Cleveland buildings. (Chris’ last name is omitted because BASE jumping is illegal.)
Issue: April 2009
Category: Columns
Author: by Chris

17. Enduring | heart surgery at age 26
In 2006, Kristen Miller spent 62 days at the Cleveland Clinic, five of which while conscious with her chest open and a balloon pumping her blood. Now she faces another heart operation.
Issue: March 2009
Category: Columns
Author: By Kristen Miller as told to Andy Netzel

18. Running |135 miles through Death Valley
Alex Nemet, of Westlake, has climbed Mount Rainier and Mount Kilimanjaro. He’s run ridiculous distances before. But the father of two and owner of Northeast Factory Direct knew the Badwater Ultramarathon, self-described as the “world’s toughest footrace,” would be a challenge.
Issue: February 2009
Category: Columns
Author: by Alex Nemet as told to Dave “Coondog” O’Karma

19. Stopping a child predator
In 2006, Medina police officer Daryn Winebrenner responded to a call of a rape in progress a few blocks from the police station. The 12-year veteran raced to the ranch house to find a 14-year-old girl naked and crying in the driveway. She told him her uncle had her sister in the basement. Medina police Officer Daryn Winebrenner could tell from the tone of the dispatcher’s voice that he was walking into a serious situation.
Issue: January 2009
Category: Columns
Author: by Daryn Winebrenner as told to Chuck Bowen

20. Bryan J. Michelow, MD, FACS - Advertising Section
Issue: December 2008
Category: Columns

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