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September 2010 Issue

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  • 25 Other Picks for Autumn Amusement
    Melanie Ciarrone, Courtney Kerrigan, Jessica Roblin, Kim Schneider, Ashley Sepanski, Erick Trickey, Jim Vickers, Leah Wynalek and Aaron Yeager
  • A Fresh Start
    Erick Trickey
    As we wash away the grime of our 200-year-old county government, important choices lie ahead. The biggest:
    Who we elect as county executive.
  • Behind the Music
    Rebecca Meiser
    Apollo’s Fire immerses itself in the world of Monteverdi with a five-day affair.
  • Chris Clark
    Interview by Sarah Hollander
    More than half of all high schoolers joined the band at Open Door Christian Schools in Elyria last year. That says something for Chris Clark, the school's band and choir director and music teacher for the past 20 years.
  • Eric Flannery
    Interview by Sarah Hollander
    Love for basketball and St. Edward go way back for Eric Flannery. The St. Ed grad is going into his 15th season as head basketball coach with a 258-81 record. Flannery also spent three weeks in Singapore last month as the head coach of the USA Basketball Men's Youth Olympic Games team
  • Family Ties
    Rebecca Meiser
    Emily Watson, St. Joseph School eighth-grader
  • Jim Rogozen
    Interview by Sarah Hollander
    Headmasters at Jewish day schools typically last three to five years in one school. Rabbi Jim Rogozen is now on his 18th year as head of the Gross Schechter Day School in Pepper Pike, where 333 students (pre-K through eighth) focus 50/50 on general and Jewish studies.
  • Lasting Legacy
    Kim Schneider
    A stay at the Inn on Biltmore Estate, nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, grants access to the unrivaled grandeur of America's largest home.
  • Luxe Lodge
    Jane Ammeson
    Whiteface's Adirondack style on Lake Placid sets the scene for camplike friendliness, relaxing recreation and an award-winning restaurant.
  • Molding Minds
    Carly Toyzan
    For Northeast Ohio's private school students, a well-rounded education is sculpted out of much more than books. As we discovered from our biennial surveys and a day at the area's oldest private school, learning happens in and out of the classroom, and lessons go far beyond grammar and algebra.
  • Private Schools: 2010
    Edited by Carly Toyzan
    For Northeast Ohio's private school students, a well-rounded education is sculpted out of much more than books. As we discovered from our biennial surveys and a day at the area's oldest private school, learning happens in and out of the classroom, and lessons go far beyond grammar and algebra.
  • Richard Bradley
    Interview by Sarah Hollander
    At 18, Richard Bradley has volunteered more hours than most people will probably rack up in their entire lives. Bradley graduated from St. Vincent-St. Mary in Akron and begins classes at Ohio University this fall.
  • Scott Embacher
    Interview by Jennifer Keirn
    The seventh- and eighth-grade teacher at St. Francis School in Cleveland knows learning happens beyond the classroom. He also serves as director of The Club of Distinguished Gentlemen and the Social Justice Club.
  • Seeing Green
    Jane Ammeson
    In the idyllic resort town of Stowe, Topnotch keeps vacations active, local and luxurious.
  • Shrine to Time
    Jane Ammeson
    The newly renovated Omni Bedford Springs entices with the restored splendor of two centuries worth of relaxation.
  • Southern Hospitality
    Amber Matheson
    The star of Dixie's Tupperware Party sure can work it. You've never seen a sales pitch like this. by Amber Matheson
  • The Commentators
    We asked more than a dozen smart Clevelanders what they want from the executive and what ideas they hope the new county government will take up.
  • The Wide Blue Yonder
    Colleen Smitek
    Wintergreen's primary location atop the Blue Ridge Mountains boasts varied lodging, family fun and memorable views.
  • Treasured Beliefs
    Rebecca Meiser
    The Cleveland Museum of Art focuses on religious relics in its newest exhibit.
  • View Point
    Jane Ammeson
    Tucked in New Hampshire's White Mountains, the Mountain View Grand waits as a classic place to slow down.
  • Work in Progress
    Kristen Hampshire
    Spaces Gallery allows artists to revel in the journey.
Lake Effect
  • Ingenious Move
    Erick Trickey
    Cleveland's annual arts and technology festival gets a change of scenery.
  • Modern Rock
    Erick Trickey
    Fifteen years after opening its doors, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum looks forward with a new public archive and soon-to-be-renovated galleries.
Public Square
  • Quit Happens
    Jim Vickers
    Nike's LeBron James marketing campaign gets turned on its head and into a raft of T-shirts. Here are two of our favorites.
  • Sweet 16
    Mike Stein
    We've had bad luck with our recent sports darlings. So how is it that our new flame has been under our noses all along?
Shelf
  • Scene of the Crime
    Erick Trickey
    Author James Badal returns to the city's infamous string of unsolved murders in his new book.
Shop Talk
  • Hosts with the Most
    Amber Matheson
    A New York City duo looking for a change returns home and finds a new state of mind with Epiphany in downtown Hudson.
  • Pump It Up
    Kim Schneider
    Add some fun to your fall footwear with these well-heeled shoes.
Sounds
  • Years in the Makeup
    Lynne Thompson
    Kiss' Paul Stanley talks about the music behind the flames, fake blood and greasepaint
Talking Points
  • Pain Dealer
    Michael D. Roberts
    Cleveland's daily deserves credit for shaking off a legacy of lethargy, stirring the town to outrage and helping to change a government run amok.
The Dish
On the Side
  • No Boundaries
    Laura Taxel
    Two Years Ago, Matthew Mytro traded a steady paycheck for the risky life of culinary entrepreneur, choosing short-term cooking and consulting gigs to pay the bills. The 27-year-old chef, who built his reputation at Boulevard Blue and Paladar, wanted more time to focus on dreaming up out-of-the-restaurant concepts that foster a hip, alternative food scene in Cleveland. In just two years, Mytro has shown he can make it happen. Here's why you need to know this guy.
  • Open Market
    Leah Wynalek
    Karen Small adds urban flair to the Flying Fig.
Quick Bite
Review
  • Six Appeal
    Laura Taxel
    Nomadic chef Michael Herschman is serving some of the best food of his career at Menu6.
The Terminal
Voice


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