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August 2004 Issue

A la Carte
Cellar Notes
Arts and Entertainment
CityLife
  • New Voices
    Fifty years after the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on Brown vs. Board of Education, Cleveland high-school students create a striking performance using words inspired by those affected by the city’s '70s school-desegregation program.
  • Winging It
    Beware of flying squirrels, saucers and Santas. Red Bull’s "Flugtag" event visits Cleveland this year to give a new crop of contenders the chance to battle gravity.
Columns
News Bite
Cool Cleveland
Cover Story
  • Where Are They Now?

    They were Cleveland's famous and infamous -- our stars and our also-rans, our crooks, coaches and kid-show hosts. Some burned as lifelong beacons while others flashed in the pan.

    We picked up the threads of their stories to discover what happen

Features
  • Fastlane
    Toccara Montgomery, women's wrestler
  • No Plums Allowed
    We challenged five local ad agencies to devise a campaign for marketing Cleveland. There was only one rule.
  • Our Naked City
    Three writers bare it all — in public and in print — to reveal what it was really like to be nude with more than 2,700 others for the making of Spencer Tunick’s art, which will be unveiled this month.
  • The Flamingo Kid
    Erick Trickey
    Charmer, reformer, prodigy, politician -- Dean DePiero must be more than a political lawn ornament as the 35-year-old mayor tries to transform Parma's racist and ridiculed reputation.

     
Letters
MyTown
  • A Little C-Ditty
    Listen up. Who needs a new convention center, downtown retail or more smart college grads staying close to home to spur economic development? What our city really needs is a musical makeover -- a song that proves New York, San Francisco and other towns-wi
Special Sections
  • Across Uncertain Ground
    The line between normal aging and Alzheimer's disease is poorly mapped. But advances in treatment are making less of growing older "inevitable" and even showing some promise against the scourge of Alzheimer's.
  • Bringing an Old Home Back to Life
    Greater Cleveland is full of historic homes. Here's a guide to fixing them up while preserving their historic integrity, from wood trim to what to do with the windows.
  • Energize Their Interests
    Whether it's sports, music, dance or art, there are strategies to help your kids get the most out of their interests and activities.
  • Investing in the City
    Whether shopping for your own home or as an investor/rehabber or landlord, Cleveland offers a market brimming with appeal.
  • Keeping the Bond
    Here are ways to maintain the connection with a loved one who has Alzheimer's.
The Agenda
Travel
Gaming
  • Betting on the Falls
    The new Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort hits the jackpot by infusing some Vegas mojo into the natural wonders of Niagara Falls.


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