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October 2010 Issue

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  • 2010 Best of Cleveland
    By Leila Archer, Jennifer Bowen, Courtney Kerrigan, Amber Matheson, Kim Schneider, Ashley Sepanski, Beth Stallings, Carly Toyzan, Erick Trickey, Jim Vickers, Leah Wynalek and Aaron Yeager
    There are plenty of reasons to cheer for our city. (Great tailgating is just one of them.) Read on for the best in food, shopping, entertainment and more. Plus, 61 of your fan favorites.
  • 2010 Best of Cleveland - Readers' Picks
    By Leila Archer, Jennifer Bowen, Courtney Kerrigan, Amber Matheson, Kim Schneider, Ashley Sepanski, Beth Stallings, Carly Toyzan, Erick Trickey, Jim Vickers, Leah Wynalek and Aaron Yeager
  • 2010 Best of Cleveland: Drink
    By Leila Archer, Jennifer Bowen, Courtney Kerrigan, Amber Matheson, Kim Schneider, Ashley Sepanski, Beth Stallings, Carly Toyzan, Erick Trickey, Jim Vickers, Leah Wynalek and Aaron Yeager
  • 2010 Best of Cleveland: Food
    By Leila Archer, Jennifer Bowen, Courtney Kerrigan, Amber Matheson, Kim Schneider, Ashley Sepanski, Beth Stallings, Carly Toyzan, Erick Trickey, Jim Vickers, Leah Wynalek and Aaron Yeager
  • 2010 Best of Cleveland: Oddities
    By Leila Archer, Jennifer Bowen, Courtney Kerrigan, Amber Matheson, Kim Schneider, Ashley Sepanski, Beth Stallings, Carly Toyzan, Erick Trickey, Jim Vickers, Leah Wynalek and Aaron Yeager
  • 2010 Best of Cleveland: Shopping & Services
    By Leila Archer, Jennifer Bowen, Courtney Kerrigan, Amber Matheson, Kim Schneider, Ashley Sepanski, Beth Stallings, Carly Toyzan, Erick Trickey, Jim Vickers, Leah Wynalek and Aaron Yeager
  • 2010 Best of Cleveland: Tailgating
    By Leila Archer, Jennifer Bowen, Courtney Kerrigan, Amber Matheson, Kim Schneider, Ashley Sepanski, Beth Stallings, Carly Toyzan, Erick Trickey, Jim Vickers, Leah Wynalek and Aaron Yeager
  • A Lust for Rust
    Rebecca Meiser
    It may be the most unlikely spot to unearth an international design trend, but three Cleveland artists and furniture-makers have discovered gold in the Midwest's industrial junkyards and scrap piles.
  • Family Guy
    John Hitch
    Comedian Steve Harvey has always known how to make us laugh. After spending several years away from television, the Glenville High School graduate is back as the host of the new Family Feud and ready to prove that regular folks are really funny.
Lake Effect
Public Square
  • Ghost of the Town
    Erick Trickey
    Tales from historic Hudson make for a spooky tour of this legend-filled suburb.
  • View From the Top
    Leila Archer
    If you missed visiting the Terminal Tower's observation deck over the summer, you'll get another chance this month.
Screen
  • Fashionably Great
    Beth Troy
    Project Runway contestant Valerie Mayen talks about taking on reality television and what's in store for her Yellowcake line.
Shelf
  • Hope and Despair
    Erick Trickey
    Ted Gup's discovery of an old suitcase solves a mystery and sheds light on dark corners of the Great Depression.
  • To Catch a Dream
    Kristen Hampshire with additional reporting by Amber Matheson
    Start young, have a voice, go with what you know. Try these simple steps for outstanding internship success.
Shop Talk
  • Getting Personal
    Amber Matheson
    Family comes first for this Chesterland jewelry-maker, and that philosophy shines through her customized pieces.
Shopping
  • Real Deal
    Amber Matheson
    Francisco Trujillo creates true tastes of Mexico in Akron.
Stages
  • There Will Be Blood
    Ashley Sepanski
    Kill Will gives new life to William Shakespeare's most famous death scenes.
Special Sections
Guide to Education
  • Movin’ On Up
    Jennifer Keirn
    The transition from middle to high school means new challenges, exciting opportunities and plenty of teenage drama. Here's a guide to help parents and students glide through smoothly.
Holiday Home and Garden
  • A Taste for Tradition
    Lynne Thompson
    The holidays seem far off, but the days will fly by as autumn takes hold. We asked some prominent Clevelanders to share one of their holiday traditions (and in some cases, prized recipes) to serve as inspiration for your celebration.
  • Cold Hard Facts
    Lynne Thompson
    Local pros share seven steps you can take now to ensure your yard survives the winter unscathed.
  • Freshen Up
    Lynne Thompson
    Whether you're hoping to make big changes or small fixes to your home before guests arrive, here's what to consider before diving in.
Talking Points
  • Saving Grace
    Stuart Warner
    Two friends, linked through alcohol, face the consequences of their actions and seek redemption.
The Dish
On the Side
  • Edible Autumn
    Leah Wynalek
    Looking past pumpkins, local chefs are warming up their fall menus with hearty flavors.
Quick Bite
Review
  • Bank on It
    Elaine T. Cicora
    Dante's second incarnation delivers with fresh tastes and new twists.
The Terminal
  • 1897
    Erick Trickey
    Landmark moments from our past.
Voice
Essay


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