Classic Cleveland The Editors Do you crave cake from Hough Bakeries? Miss the cheap seats at Cleveland Municipal Stadium? Some of these things are gone forever. But some are still around. And -- happily -- some have been brought back to life just as they were about to take a permanent place in our collective nostalgia.
A Dan of Action Erick Trickey Entrepreneur, inventor, former owner of Whiskey Island. He even considered running for mayor. Now Dan T. Moore III is working to make Cleveland his biggest turnaround project of all.
A Question of Faith Lynne Thompson As a window into the phenomenon that has made believers out of the desperate and doctors alike, Dr. Issam Nemeh talks about God, science and his critics.
Fastlane Laughing Sal, Greeter, Euclid Beach Park's Surprise House
Our favorite competitive eater and essayist voyages across the Pacific to see his friend Takeru Kobayashi, the greatest competitive eater of all time, and learn about Oguii, the Japanese tradition of Big Eating.
Setting the Stage Victoria Collette Reynolds The first impression isn't just the last impression -- it can make or break a home sale.
The AB Sneeze Rebecca Turman A parents guide to allergies in schools
The Gift Eileen Catalan as told to Jacqueline Marino If I could have spared my mother the darkness of Alzheimer's, I would have. Yet, as her illness changed her, we connected on a deep emotional level.
The Osteoporosis Epidemic Eileen Beal Two broken bones in 10 months clued me in: I had osteoporosis, like 10 million to 12 million American women and a growing number of men. There's no cure, but exercise, changes in diet, medication and other therapies can help slow bone loss.
If your elderly relative becomes agitated or confused in the evenings, but seems just fine in the morning, he or she may be 'sundowning.' Filling their environment with reassuring experiences may help more than medication.