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21. Bar Gazing
After fantasizing about making it in Hollywood, you’d think working parties with guests Steve Martin, Jim Carrey, Jennifer Connelly and Kenny G would be a windfall. Instead, it proved just how far away dreams can be.

Issue: August 2008
Category: MyTown
Author: Jay Casey

22. Rage Machine
Issue: July 2008
Category: MyTown
Author: by Michael D. Roberts

23. Shadows of Shamu
Summer brings back our writer’s most cherished amusement park memories, when killer whales and dolphins leaped through the air at SeaWorld, thrilling her family. This year, Geauga Lake is gone, the final chapter in the loss of a Northeast Ohio landmark
Issue: June 2008
Category: MyTown
Author: Marsha McGregor

24. Bringing the Pain
Cleveland needs more activisits like Ed Hauser to strip the facade from our government  and reveal the awful truth of how insiders manipulate the public.
Issue: May 2008 Issue
Category: MyTown

25. A Zoo Story
 Our writer’s grandfather fed lions, faced down the dragons of the steel mill, made wine but not whiskey, and left a family’s worth of legends behind. All Clevelanders have stories like his, if they’re lucky.

Issue: April 2008
Category: MyTown
Author: John Hyduk

26. Lives in Past Tense
Pasted on index cards, kept in old folders and now digitized in cyberspace, obituaries have become our writer’s file of mixed souls, reminders of people missing from the city’s familiar corners.
Issue: March 2008 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

27. T-Shirt Road Show
If you want to make friends on vacation, you’d better represent Cleveland.
Issue: February 2008
Category: MyTown
Author: Kristen Hampshire

28. The Happiest of Days
Fifty years seems like a long time, until you revisit the past with people you grew up with.
Issue: January 2008
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

29. And the Wiener Is...
A dog’s-eye view of the underdog of underdogs
Issue: December 2007 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Dave “Coondog” O’Karma

30. Becoming Dada
The improv comedy troupe Something Dada has been making Clevelanders laugh for 13 years. What does it take to make the jump from their audience to the stage?
Issue: November 2007
Category: MyTown
Author: Tori Woods

31. The Island

You can’t move to Tremont without hearing people buzz about gentrification. But our writer discovers that the more her neighborhood changes, the more it stays the same.

Issue: October 2007 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Amber Matheson, photo by Norm Roulet

32. You Can Run, But You Can't Hide

Shaker Heights' mayor's angry letter about the magazine's "Rating the Suburbs" issue speaks to larger concerns: suburban mayors' fears of decline and their attempts to bring the region together.

Issue: September 2007 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts, Illustration by Chris Sharron

33. A Two-toned World Blurs
I grew up in a world split between black and white. Now, dining in a Middle Eastern restaurant on Cleveland’s West Side, I see shades of black, white, brown and yellow, and wonder where I stand in it all.
Issue: August 2007 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Afi-Odelia E. Scruggs

34. New Haunt for Old Newshounds
Nighttown gives shelter to the city’s star reporters of the past 150 years — such as Don Robertson, Dorothy Fuldheim, Louis Seltzer and Doris O’Donnell (pictured above) — and reminds us of the sad decline of Cleveland journalism.
Issue: July 2007 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

35. My Suburban Conversion
I never thought I’d move to a subdivision in a suburb like Avon. But my kids found community there, and so have I.
Issue: June 2007 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Colleen Mytnick

36. Make 'Regional' Real
To stop our region’s decline, black and white Clevelanders need to come together, conquer mistrust — and embrace a new system of government.
Issue: May 2007 Issue
Category: MyTown

37. Schoolhouse Rock

Issue: April 2007 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Douglas Trattner

38. A Real History
Cleveland deserves a well-written history that names the city's scoundrels, reaches into the soul of them and evokes the ambience of the past.
Issue: March 2007
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

39. LeBron and My Cleveland Boys
Our writer, new in town, finds herself dating during a playoff run and falling in love with Cleveland, Cleveland guys, LeBron and our city’s stubborn civic pride.
Issue: February 2007
Category: MyTown
Author: Anne Trubek

40. The Perception Question
This month marks a year in office for Mayor Frank Jackson.
But should his involvement in and silence about recent public missteps, including the CMHA land deal in his former ward, have us concerned about his administration’s image?
Issue: January 2007 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

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