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November 2009

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News Bite
Arts and Entertainment
  • Flame & Ash
    Katie Dragga
    The Sculpture Center features 16 elemental ceramic pieces created by Japanese artist Yasuhisa Kohyama during his time here in Cleveland.
CityLife
  • Chain Reaction
    Chuck Bowen
    Dan Polito wants to further your love for two-wheeled transportation. The award-winning builder turns lightweight steel into lifelong rides.
  • Natural Leader
    Brittany Moffat
    As he looks to retirement in 2010, Cleveland Metroparks executive director Vern Hartenburg talks about his 21 years of watching over the Emerald Necklace.
Columns
Editor's Column
The Experience
  • Floating Weightless in Zero Gravity
    Andy Netzel
    Writer Andy Netzel flew on the Zero-G airplane in September. The commercial flight is similar to the one NASA uses to train astronauts. The flight takes off from major cities throughout the country and costs $4,950 per seat.
Feature
  • And the Winner Is ...
    As told to Rebecca Meiser
    Abby Bays Rea, the sister of How I Met Your Mother co-creator and Shaker Heights native Carter Bays, attended the 61st Primetime Emmy Awards with her brother in September. She reports back on her unforgettable evening (even if 30 Rock did spoil the fairy-tale ending).
  • Cheap Eats
    Edited by Beth Stallings; by Chuck Bowen, Jennifer Bowen, Katie Dragga, Christina Ipavec, Jason Lloyd, Brittany Moffat, Andy Netzel, Kim Schneider, Colleen Smitek, Beth Stallings, Erick Trickey, Michelle Venorsky and Jim Vickers
    We tightened our purse strings and loosened our belts on the hunt for hearty meals at a nice price. From $5 steals to $15 meals, we found great values at neighborhood spots and downtown destinations alike. Just because the economy may be in the dumps doesn't mean your taste buds need to follow suit. Eat well without ever fearing the words, "Check, please."
  • Cheap Eats: $1 to $5.00
    Edited by Beth Stallings; by Chuck Bowen, Jennifer Bowen, Katie Dragga, Christina Ipavec, Jason Lloyd, Brittany Moffat, Andy Netzel, Kim Schneider, Colleen Smitek, Beth Stallings, Erick Trickey, Michelle Venorsky and Jim Vickers
    You don't have to eat on the go to snag a great price.
  • Cheap Eats: $10.01 to $15.00
    Edited by Beth Stallings; by Chuck Bowen, Jennifer Bowen, Katie Dragga, Christina Ipavec, Jason Lloyd, Brittany Moffat, Andy Netzel, Kim Schneider, Colleen Smitek, Beth Stallings, Erick Trickey, Michelle Venorsky and Jim Vickers
    Fine dining fare meets casual costs at these upscale spots.
  • Cheap Eats: $5.01 to $10.00
    Edited by Beth Stallings; by Chuck Bowen, Jennifer Bowen, Katie Dragga, Christina Ipavec, Jason Lloyd, Brittany Moffat, Andy Netzel, Kim Schneider, Colleen Smitek, Beth Stallings, Erick Trickey, Michelle Venorsky and Jim Vickers
    A few more bucks can fill your plate and your stomach.
  • Cheap Eats: A Week of Specials
    Edited by Beth Stallings; by Chuck Bowen, Jennifer Bowen, Katie Dragga, Christina Ipavec, Jason Lloyd, Brittany Moffat, Andy Netzel, Kim Schneider, Colleen Smitek, Beth Stallings, Erick Trickey, Michelle Venorsky and Jim Vickers
    A good deal for every day — for more dining specials visit clevelandmagazine.com
  • Cheap Eats: Chef's Choice
    Edited by Beth Stallings; by Chuck Bowen, Jennifer Bowen, Katie Dragga, Christina Ipavec, Jason Lloyd, Brittany Moffat, Andy Netzel, Kim Schneider, Colleen Smitek, Beth Stallings, Erick Trickey, Michelle Venorsky and Jim Vickers
    We asked some of our favorite chefs for some of their favorite cheap eats.
  • Cheap Eats: Deals in Reverse
    Edited by Beth Stallings; by Chuck Bowen, Jennifer Bowen, Katie Dragga, Christina Ipavec, Jason Lloyd, Brittany Moffat, Andy Netzel, Kim Schneider, Colleen Smitek, Beth Stallings, Erick Trickey, Michelle Venorsky and Jim Vickers
    It happens to the best of us — that after-work happy hour drink stretches into a happy evening far surpassing the $1 draft and $5 cocktail deals. But just like everything in life, happy hour now also comes full circle in the form of late-night specials during the final hours before last call.
  • Cheap Eats: High-End Happy Hours
    Edited by Beth Stallings; by Chuck Bowen, Jennifer Bowen, Katie Dragga, Christina Ipavec, Jason Lloyd, Brittany Moffat, Andy Netzel, Kim Schneider, Colleen Smitek, Beth Stallings, Erick Trickey, Michelle Venorsky and Jim Vickers
    Happy hours are for more than just drinking. We ended our workday at three upscale restaurants to prove you can try
    some of the best places in the city for $6 or less.
  • Cheap Eats: Monster Burgers
    Edited by Beth Stallings; by Chuck Bowen, Jennifer Bowen, Katie Dragga, Christina Ipavec, Jason Lloyd, Brittany Moffat, Andy Netzel, Kim Schneider, Colleen Smitek, Beth Stallings, Erick Trickey, Michelle Venorsky and Jim Vickers
    Beef between two slices of bread — on every menu, the hamburger has the potential to be boring and bland or exciting and tasty. No two are created equal, and these three are in a category all their own. And all are less than $10 (side included — cha-ching!).
  • Cheap Eats: Sip 4 Less
    Edited by Beth Stallings; by Chuck Bowen, Jennifer Bowen, Katie Dragga, Christina Ipavec, Jason Lloyd, Brittany Moffat, Andy Netzel, Kim Schneider, Colleen Smitek, Beth Stallings, Erick Trickey, Michelle Venorsky and Jim Vickers
    You long ago graduated from buck-a-bottle happy hour deals, but that doesn’t mean you don’t like a great drink at a good value. Here are a few of our favorites.
  • Cheap Eats: The Fixe Up
    Edited by Beth Stallings; by Chuck Bowen, Jennifer Bowen, Katie Dragga, Christina Ipavec, Jason Lloyd, Brittany Moffat, Andy Netzel, Kim Schneider, Colleen Smitek, Beth Stallings, Erick Trickey, Michelle Venorsky and Jim Vickers
    A few multicourse prix fixe deals are really steals under the guise of a double-digit dinner. We did the math (regular prices are in parentheses). Just order, taste and enjoy.
  • The Waters Way
    Jeannie Roberts
    We watched last March as Cleveland State made its first trip to the NCAA basketball tournament since Kevin Mackey and ‘Mouse’ McFadden in 1986. We cheered as the Vikings completed an impossible first-round upset of Wake Forest. But unless you were really paying attention, you missed how coach Gary Waters has transformed the once woeful CSU basketball program and the young men who play for him.
Letters
MyTown
  • Carr Talk
    Mansfield B. Frazier
    Charlie Carr, city councilman for 30 years, got his start by promising to protect the numbers racket. The skillful, wily leader also helped make Cleveland the birthplace of the black political rights movement.
Style
  • Something to Talk About
    Kristen Hampshire
    Longtime friends fill Gab Street Boutique with a mix of affordable and trendy options.


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