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Article Archives October 2006 Issue
Ask the Plastic Surgeon Question: I am a 34-year-old male and I am experiencing hereditary hair loss. My hairline is receding significantly and I have developed a bald spot in the back of my scalp. I am very self-conscious about it, and I feel that it makes me look older than I am. It is only getting worse. What can I do?
We drank in the city (responsibly, we promise) and found it intoxicating. Brewed with 110 of the finest ingredients, our toast to Cleveland’s best raises a pint to kayaking at sunset, the purring of a Lounge Kitty, brown-bagging it at lunch, pimping your ride and much more — including 45 winners selected by our readers.
A black teen during the ’60s, our writer navigates Cleveland’s daunting racial geography: the foreign manners of his white classmates, the seductive anger of the kids on his street. Would he find his way?
The presidential election in 2000 woke us up to the reality that elections aren't perfect. On Election Day 2004, Cuyahoga County became a battleground, scrutinized by voting rights advocates, filmmakers, the media and just about everyone else.
So, with all the extra attention on how we vote and a new electronic-voting system in place, how did Cleveland's election system fall apart in May? (Choose one.)
Does turning in your car for a two-wheeled commute sound crazy? Maybe so, but once you get beyond the potholes, poor drivers and other perils that bikers face on our roadways, there's a lot to discover about the city and yourself while looking over the handlebars heading to work to each morning. (And you may not even need to shower once you get there!)
Nine Cleveland-centric ways to entertain your guests (and get them out of the house) during all that holiday season downtime when you're not opening gifts, eating gut-busting meals or watching "A Christmas Story" for the 3,000th time.
Picking up a prepared Thanksgiving dinner at the local supermarket. Hiring an interior designer to decorate the house — including the tree. Calling the caterer to supply all the food and beverage for your annual holiday bash. Ordering gifts online. Convenient? Yes. But hardly greeting card-worthy. No, unless you want the children and grandchildren telling tales of how you dialed up the fixings for every holiday gathering, you’ll have to reinstate a tradition or two from bygone days. We’ve come up with a dozen ways to do so in your own home or just a short drive from your front door.