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Article Archives May 2012
Behind the Eyes of Dexter Davis Rebecca Meiser During the day, the security guard watches over the masterpieces at the Cleveland Museum of Art. But in his studio, Davis uses art as a therapy to deal with his violent childhood in Hough, the deaths of his loved ones and his struggles with poverty and depression.
Perfect Pairings Stories by John Hitch, Danielle Hyams, Jeff Niesel, Kim Schneider, Laura Taxel, Erick Trickey and Jim Vickers
Ash Wednesdays David Golladay Rocky River pastor Eric Van Scyoc uses a love of cigars to help deliver the word of God at his Bible study sessions.
Flight Paths Kelsey Misbrener The recently opened Cleveland Lakefront Nature Preserve provides a respite for a bevy of birds and nature-lovers alike.
Role Reversal Barry Goodrich When The Avengers hits movie screens May 4, keep an eye out for Channel 3’s Andrea Vecchio.
A Fine Mess Kristen Hampshire The hobo-chic jewelry line The Lovely Wrecks helps women accessorize easily.
Pop Talk Barry Goodrich Beachwood native Marc Cohn discusses the first record he ever bought, paying tribute and why he's a fan of the hiatus.
Hop Stop Patrick Elder Great Lakes Science Center's newest exhibit dissects the importance of frogs.
Head Games Lauren McGrath A Cleveland Public Theatre play delves into our dreams and our obsession with technology to better understand modern America.
The Enemy is Us Michael D. Roberts The Jimmy Dimora verdict indicted us all for our indifference and irresponsibility.
Kitchen Makeover Jeff Niesel Everyman chef Mike Downing hosts a low-budget cooking show from the comfort of his Walton Hills garage.
Southern Comfort Laura Taxel SoHo Kitchen & Bar showcases the flavors of the South with some surprising reinventions.