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April 2014 Issue

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  • City Guide 2014: Shopping
    Browse five new artisan shops inside downtown's 5th Street Arcades for local finds and unique gifts.
  • Lights, Camera, Action!

    Edited by Kelly Petryszyn; Stories by James Bigley II, Christina Bucciere, Jason Brill, Steve Gleydura, Barry Goodrich, Sheehan Hannan, John Hitch, Jillian Kramer, Megan Murray, Cassie Neiden, Kelly Petryszyn, Kim Schneider, Cassie Smith, Lynne Thompson, Erick Trickey, Chris Van Vliet, Molly Wilson and Katy Witkowski

  • Lights, Camera, Action: Dynamic Set
    If you make a movie in Cleveland, chances are you'll end up having one of these experienced professionals on your crew. Meet the locals who jump off tall buildings, compose songs, transform spaces, scout locations and film the whole thing for you.
  • Lights, Camera, Action: Hometown Heroes
    John Hitch
    The filming of Captain America: The Winter Soldier was last summer's main attraction, with celebrity sightings, traffic tie-ups and Hollywood action. Now as the Marvel adventure storms into theaters, Clevelanders Joe and Anthony Russo are ready to make the city a star.
  • Lights, Camera, Action: Movie Stars
    After plenty of binge-watching and buckets of popcorn, we give you the lowdown on the best of Cleveland's cinematic history with these films that deserve two thumbs up for strong plotlines, interesting portrayals of our city and sometimes a story so bad it's good. 
  • The Velocity of Eric Coble
    Rebecca Meiser
    As the leading man of Cleveland's theater scene for more than a decade, playwright Eric Coble is taking his act to Broadway with the debut of The Velocity of Autumn at New York City's Booth Theatre.
Lake Effect
Public Square
  • Holy Ghosts
    by Alyssa Morlacci
    Demolition of the Church of the Transfiguration opened up its past.
  • Ink Stained
    by Scott Raab
    Despite his Chief Wahoo tattoo, one Cleveland fan says it's time to finally remove the smiling symbol of racism.
  • The Departed
    Jason Brill
    United Airlines may have taken off, but that loss just follows a long history of bad moves for the town.
Shop Talk
  • Training Day
    Jillian Kramer
    Flex your inner athlete in sportswear styles that won't make you look like you just left the gym.
  • Record Score
    Sheehan Hannan

    Love music, but forgot the joy of flipping through the racks? With Record Store Day April 19, it's time to reconnect with how music feels. Vinyl veteran, digital junkie or Pandora fiend, here's how to get your record store groove back.

  • Double Take
    Erick Trickey
    Cleveland Museum of Art offers new insights into Vincent Van Gogh's repetitions.
  • Full Disclosure
    by Barry Goodrich
    Legendary Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Bob Woodward talks politics at the Ohio Theatre this month.
Talking Points
  • A City’s Limits
    Erick Trickey

    Plenty of Clevelanders want to annex East Cleveland. But the troubled town isn't ready to give up its independence. 

The Dish
On the Side
  • Fare Trials
    Jason Brill
    In the name of journalism, one editor sets out for food-challenge glory.
Quick Bite
  • Stage Props
    by Elaine T. Cicora
    Scott Kuhn adds Cibreo Italian Kitchen to his cast of culinary characters.
The Terminal

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