Cleveland Magazine’s Most Interesting People posed for many of the photos that appear in this issue and mingled at Jac’s in the Warehouse District Nov. 2, during our annual party celebrating the year’s newsmakers and intriguing personalities. The honorees, their guests and magazine staff dined on crab cakes, lamb chops, breaded jumbo scallops topped with caviar, garlic pommes frites, fruit and assorted cheeses. Turn to page 70 to check out this year’s 30 Most Interesting People.
|1 | Ahmaad Crump and Nicole Cuglewski
|2 | Kirk and Katie Janoch and Cleveland Magazine publisher Frank Bird
|3 | Kymm and Alan McElroy
|4 | Cleveland Magazine’s Susan Hunter and Sally Stewart
|5 | Dan and Shannon Smith
Steak & Lobster Tailgate
Before the Oct. 22 game against the Denver Broncos, Cleveland Browns fans geared up for football with lobster, steak, beer and wine from Blue Canyon Kitchen & Tavern, Saucy Bistro and 55 Degrees for the “Steak & Lobster Tailgate,” held outside the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. Guests bid on silent auction items, including a six-course dinner at Blue Canyon or Saucy Bistro, a ride in the Goodyear Blimp and autographed Browns memorabilia, while watching pregame festivities on a big-screen TV. The event benefited Three Trackers of Ohio, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion of adaptive recreational sports to persons with physical disabilities. Cleveland Magazine was a sponsor of this event.
Beyond the Printed Page
Three magazines. Three dimensions. One unique opportunity. Cleveland Magazine, Ohio magazine and Inside Business magazine employees will show off their artistic side with original works of art at Artefino Art Gallery Café in the Tower Press Building for the annual Beyond
the Printed Page exhibition. Join us for the opening reception Jan. 19 from 5 to 9 p.m. Tickets for the reception are available for $10 at the door. The works will be on display through March 2. For more information, call Susan Hunter at (216) 771-2833, ext. 149.
illustration • Anthony Scaravilli
More than 1,000 guests attended the St. Vincent Charity Hospital benefit “Pizazzz” at the Renaissance Cleveland Hotel’s Grand Ballroom Oct. 21. The hospital celebrated its more than 141 years of dedication to downtown Cleveland with
cocktails, dinner and dancing. The Michael Carney Orchestra played everything from swing to contemorary Latin to jazz. The theme of the evening was “A Cleveland Celebration.” All proceeds from the evening will benefit the renovation of the emergency department at St. Vincent Charity Hospital. Cleveland Magazine was a sponsor of this event.
President and CEO of St. Vincent Charity Hospital Jeffrey Jeney and Autumn Jeney, president and CEO of Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine Health System Sister Judith Ann Karam and Lisa and Philip Rice, president and CEO of National City Bank.
photo • Joe Glick