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February 2005 Issue

A la Carte
Cellar Notes
Arts and Entertainment
CityLife
  • The Shape of the Square
    Jim Vickers
    Shaker Square celebrated its 75th birthday late last year, soon after the waning East Side landmark got a new local owner. Now, The Coral Co. CEO Peter Rubin is reaching beyond retail to forge a new identity for the nation's second-oldest shopping center.
Columns
News Bite
Cover Story
Guide to Child Care
  • Beyond the Center
    Heide Aungst
    Whether you’re lucky enough to work for a company with on-site care or are investigating a nanny for your toddler, it’s worth examining all of your options.
  • Parent to Parent
    Moms offer advice from the trenches on making child care work for you.
  • The Annotated Ohio Child-Care Worker
    Jacqueline Marino
    “A child-care teacher has to be a social worker, a nurse, a referee, a cook at snack time,” says Kimberly Tice, executive director of the Ohio Association for the Education of Young Children. “We have to be it all.”
  • The Grown-up's Guide to Child Care
    Jacqueline Marino
    Quality child care makes children better learners and helps solve nearly every social problem, from teen pregnancy to unemployment. Why then is it so hard to find?

    We dive into the ins and outs of child care with local moms, teachers and administrators, exploring what constitutes the best and why so few centers meet national standards. We also give you detailed information on 61 accredited Northeast Ohio child-care centers and preschools to help you in your own quest for quality care.

  • The Quality Equation
    Colleen Mytnick
    The Oberlin Early Childhood Center is considered one of the best in Ohio. How do they do it? Good funding plus even better teachers.
Features
  • Super Bowl Shooter
    Michael D. Roberts
    NFL football measures greatness in yards, touchdowns and tackles, but photographer Tony Tomsic captures it all on frame after frame of 35 mm film. As he prepares to work his 39th Super Bowl this month, the longtime Cleveland Press and Sports Illustrated shooter talks about his life on the sidelines, his favorite sports images and the infamous Albert Belle incident.
  • The Single Life
    Erick Trickey
    "My life is an open bar," says Melinda Urick, 27, the literary voice of the Warehouse District party girl, who spent 2004 chronicling her barhops through Cleveland's singles scene on her Web site, "Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Your Boyfriend." We follow Mel and her friends on their quest for men and adventure, looking for signs of hope for her and the rest of the city's restless singles.
Home and Garden
  • The Great Outdoors
    Kristen Hampshire
    Looking for a sense of serenity, adventure or togetherness close to home? We’ve discovered just the spot — and it’s right in your own back yard.
Letters
MyTown
  • The Book Boys
    Anne Trubek
    One woman peeks inside Cleveland's most controversial men's club.
The Agenda
Travel
Outdoors
  • Ski Vacation 101
    Steve Gleydura
    Finding fun, comfort and instruction on the finer points of falling down a mountain at Hidden Valley Four Seasons Resort


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