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September 2004 Issue

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Cellar Notes
Arts and Entertainment
  • Bloom's House

    Developing new plays and bringing back Cleveland Play House alums are two of Michael Bloom's goals as the 54-year-old makes his entrance as the organization's eighth artistic director in 89 consecutive seasons. He recently talked to us about his visio

  • Hal of Fame
    Hal Lebovitz's Cleveland sports memories have been preserved in a new book that documents the best work from his 60 years in the press box. We talked to him about the '04 Tribe, Chief Wahoo and the four rules every sports columnist should follow.
  • Tale of the Tape
    If you want to make music, Tyler Owen is the guy to know. Having worked with the likes of the O-Jays and the James Gang, his downtown recording studio has turned out works by a host of local acts that are now creating a buzz beyond our city.
News Bite
Cool Cleveland
  • Classroom Confidential
    Remember that hockey stud, the theater geek or the cut-up in the school variety show? Bet you can't wait until the next reunion to find out what ever happened to them. Well, we couldn’t either. So we caught up with some notable alumni of Northeast Ohio
  • Fast Lane
    Keshav Pillai, National Spelling Bee participant
  • Private I.Q.
    When it's time to try on back-to-school clothes, you take your kids to the mall. But where do you go when it's time to try on schools? Right here. We've got the info you need to start measuring which local private schools fit best with your little scholar
  • Vini, Vidi, Vega
    Hector Vega's vibrant, geometric, dimensional images have made him one of Cleveland's most commercially successful and recognizable artists. Now, the artist-turned-entrepreneur sets out to conquer new territory with his own gallery and cafe in the Tower P
  • Trapped in the Status Quo
    Cleveland's leaders ask an impoverished city to raise its school taxes, but they're ignoring our greatest need: reforming county government to attract prosperity.
The Agenda
  • 12 Great Getaways
    Give us a few days off -- some precious time to explore, indulge, learn and dream -- and we'll take you places. Soak in the Windy City's hot blues or kick back at the Mandarin Oriental's ultra-posh digs. Walk among the ghosts of Gettysburg or savor

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