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September 2006 Issue

  • Ask the Plastic Surgeon
    Question: I’ve been thinking about getting breast implants and have no idea what size would be best for me. How would I determine that? What is your most commonly requested size?
A la Carte
Cellar Notes
Arts and Entertainment
  • Looking Sharp, Cleveland
    Edited by Jim Vickers

    Esquire says he's one of the best-dressed men in America ... and he's from Cleveland.  Take that, New York! Kevin Piunno offers a four-point plan every man can use to look his best.

  • Rolling on the River
    Edited by Jim Vickers

    They won't hit the track until 2007, but smart marketing has the city primed for Burning River Roller Girls, the toughest (and sexiest) sports league on eight wheels.

  • School's Out

    The closing of two rural elementary schools means more than just saying farewell -- it's a lesson in how our state funding system has failed yet again.

Editor's Column
News Bite
Cool Cleveland
  • Under the Radar
    Thomas Mulready

    Seeking out the underappreciated and overlooked blips on the cultural scene.

Cover Story
  • A Higher (School) Calling
    Edited by Kim Schneider

    They Learn. They Play. They do.  Achievement comes in many forms, and we found 10 private school students who are making their mark onstage, in the lab, on the field, in the community and beyond.

  • Secrets of the Ivy League
    Kim Schneider

    Getting accepted into the Elite Eight is becoming tougher each year. And, Cleveland, we're not making the grade. So follow our experts' advice and Ivy might just be in your future.

Fast Lane
  • From Here ... to the Heisman?
    Jeannie Roberts

    Glenville graduates Troy Smith and Ted Ginn Jr.  put the motor in the top-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes' offense.  Both are on the short list of Heisman Trophy candidates, but they're playing for something even bigger: All the future Troys and Teds back home. 

  • White Coats - Part 2
    Jacqueline Marino

    From the moment they put on this garment, tomorrow's doctors face a gauntlet of germs, gut-checks and gross anatomy.  A look inside the lives of three first-year medical students at Case Western Reserve University.  The Second of Two Parts.

  • Flights of Fancy
    Michael D. Roberts

    Today's Air Show recalls the Air Races of long ago: memories filled with the fury, flash and might of sleek fighters' snarling engines.

Special Sections
  • Bon Appetit

    The ingredients for a night of the fine dining? Chef with style, fresh fashions, a hint of glitz and an elegant look make the perfect recipe for a meal done right.

  • Fall Arts Preview

    He's seeking out our new art forms, new creations.  He's our alien art critic, flying from University Circle to Playhouse Square to Lakewood to Akron to discover this fall's best in arts and entertainment.  Follow that glowing saucer in the sky to the most fascinating art objects we could identify.

The Agenda

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