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November 2013

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  • 2207 Seymour Avenue
    Erick Trickey
    For a century, the house sheltered working-class families, hosted holidays parties and held fond memories. Then Ariel Castro made it into a secret prison.
  • A Handmade Tale

    Edited by Kelly Petryszyn and Kim Schneider; Stories by Kathy Ames Carr, Laura Watilo Blake, Joe Boyle, Jennifer Keirn, Jillian Kramer and Brittney Schmies with additional research by Kara Kissell

  • Burger Kings
    Edited by Kim Schneider; Stories by Laura Adiletta, Kathy Ames Carr, James Bigley II, Joe Boyle, Jason Brill, Ryllie Danylko, Steve Gleydura, Kristen Hampshire, Sheehan Hannan, John Hitch, Kara Kissell, Jillian Kramer, Lauren McGrath, Kelly Petryszyn, Kim Schneider, Brittney Schmies, Colleen Smitek and Erick Trickey
Lake Effect
Public Square
  • Bird Feeder
    Jillian Kramer
    Be thankful that you can enjoy turkey day no matter your dining preference.
  • Cold Comforts
    Jillian Kramer
    A new initiative hopes to create outdoor spaces that will thaw your icy resolve to stay inside.
  • Cover Up
    Jason Brill
    The video game cover is this generation's version of the Wheaties box. So as NBA Live 14 featuring Kyrie Irving and NBA 2K14 with LeBron James go head-to-head(we know which one we're buying), we reflect on a virtual sports legacy as thin as our real one.
  • Family Tree
    by Barry Goodrich
    Dan O'Shannon pays tribute to his hometown influences with an appearance at Ghoulardifest.
  • Market Share
    Jillian Kramer
    If you've heard of Hingetown — but haven't the slightest idea what it is — you're in good company. Here's a quick guide to the emerging district.
Shop Talk
  • World Market
    by Kathy Ames Carr
    Find fair trade and eco-friendly offerings from throughout the globe at Revive boutique in Cleveland Heights
Sounds
  • Homeward Bound
    Thanks to friend Zach Braff, one of the earliest songs Shaker Heights native Joshua Radin ever wrote, "Winter," was played on Scrubs. Since then, Radin has been making contemplative music and recently self-released his fifth album, Wax Wings. Radin, who joins Matt Nathanson for a Nov. 3 show at the House of Blues, talks to us about his musical influences and coming home.
  • Jersey Boy
    by Barry Goodrich
    Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons bring their timeless tunes to the Palace Theatre this month.
Stages
  • Text Message
    Sheehan Hannan
    Cleveland Public Theatre's latest comedy explores how our cellphone-obsessed culture impacts relationships.
Special Sections
  • Retirement Living
    by Heide Aungst
    Seniors are living longer. Each day, 10,000 baby boomers turn 65. So retirement communities are evolving to welcome more active residents who want more choices.
Talking Points
  • Fantasy Town
    Michael D. Roberts
    Plain Dealer critic Steven Litt praises nearly every plan to remake the city, but Cleveland really needs a dose of reality.
The Dish
News Bite
On the Side
  • Swedish Dish
    Jason Brill
    Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson brings an interesting story along with his culinary skills to this year's Fabulous Food Show
Quick Bite
Review
  • Stage Presence
    Laura Taxel
    District adds to the emerging dining scene in PlayhouseSquare area with an act that's approachable and affordable. 
The Terminal
Voice


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