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January 2008

A la Carte
  • Tastebuds
    Tori Woods
    The grilled veggie wrap brings together smooth, garlicky hummus and still-crisp vegetables.
Cellar Notes
News Bite
Restaurant Reviews
Arts and Entertainment
  • A Mammoth Undertaking
    Sunny McClellan Morton
    Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is replacing its Pachyderm Building with the $25 million African Elephant Crossing experience. But first, it will need to remove and restore two priceless, 32-ton sculptures by Viktor Schreckengost. Then, they’ll have a new home too.
  • Frank Talk
    Lynne Thompson
    He is Jack Nicholson, Robin Williams, George W. Bush and John Madden rolled into one. Thanks to his own sketch-comedy show and plenty of buzz, part-time Clevelander Frank Caliendo is making his voice heard.
  • Dead Serious
    Jim Vickers
    Mary Ann Winkowski is the basis for Jennifer Love Hewitt’s character on the CBS drama “Ghost Whisperer.” We talked to her about where her televised supernatural world ends and her real one begins.
  • Kiddie Karma
    Jennifer Keirn
    Lily Goldfarb leads a group of youngsters through her weekly kids’ yoga class.
Editor's Column
The Experience
  • Living | like a Bonaduce
    by Jaclyn Bradley as told to Andy Netzel
    Jaclyn Bradley moved to Los Angeles to make it as a singer and actress. It took living with Danny Bonaduce as he broke down on VH-1’s “Breaking Bonaduce,” meeting childhood idols and living a lifestyle that still seems surreal to realize what she really wanted out of life. (Hint: It’s here in Northeast Ohio.)
  • A Whole New Ball Game
    Lynne Thompson
    Throwing a benefit isn’t what it used to be. Sure, there’s still great food, cool entertainment and lots of glitz. But there’s a new generation of fundraisers in town.
  • sent by Sears
    Colleen Mytnick
    In 1908, Sears, Roebuck and Co. began selling homes through its popular catalog. Hundreds of Ohioans placed their orders, picking up new bungalows and colonials from the train depot. Today, they blend in almost unnoticed with the neighborhoods some elites predicted they’d destroy. But we uncovered them — and their historic charm.
  • The Rookies
    Kim Schneider
    Cleveland Browns first-round draft picks and buddies Brady Quinn and Joe Thomas talk to us about being roommates, losing locks and bringing a championship to Cleveland.
  • The Happiest of Days
    Michael D. Roberts
    Fifty years seems like a long time, until you revisit the past with people you grew up with.
Special Sections
Home Remodeling
  • A Fresh Take
    Whether you’re hoping to double your living space, rebuild your bungalow or implement green-building principles, large-scale remodeling projects require a dose of creativity and a contractor you can trust. Three homeowners gave us tours of elegantly reimagined home sweet homes.
  • Room By Room
    Kristen Hampshire
    Build out or up, give your kitchen a makeover or create a master retreat. Check out these six remodeling projects and trade tips to inspire your own home renovations.
Kids A-Z
  • The ‘New’ Teen
    Heide Aungst
    Actually, things really haven’t changed all that much when it comes to raising your boundary-testing, independence-seeking adolescent. Sure, some of the temptations are different, but the keys to raising them right are the same: guide, listen, repeat.
  • Makeup Heaven
    Kristen Hampshire
    Whether you have eyes for designer brands or drug-store mainstays, Ulta has your favorite shade.
  • Little Ski Town in Vermont
    Erica Jacobson
    Want to get your skis on some gnarly slopes, sans crowds, ’tude or bling? Your nirvana lies east.

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