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Article Archives June 2014 Issue
Social Bytes Letters? Who needs pen and paper anymore? Social media is where we connect. Here's how you showed your favorites (likes, retweets, tags and shares) from our May issue.
Green Light Jillian Kramer After taking over 455 acres of neglected lakefront last year, Cleveland Metroparks CEO Brian Zimmerman has moved quickly to clean the beaches, make them safer and add amenities. Now he's looking to connect them with the rest of the Emerald Necklace.
Rating the Suburbs 2014 Edited by Jason Brill and Kim Schneider; Stories by James Bigley II, Jason Brill, Christina Bucciere, Sheehan Hannan, John Hitch, Frances Killea, Rebecca Meiser, Kim Schneider, Dillon Stewart, Lynne Thompson, Erick Trickey and Molly Wilson
Wild Ride Sheehan Hannan Carousel Works preserves the art of making wooden carousels with a new creation at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.
Bitcoin Operated Jason Brill Need a place to spend your digital currency? Take your bitcoins to Cleveland Heights.
Fare Games Jason Brill Two new ride-sharing services make getting around a lot easier.
Shore Plan Erick Trickey Dick Pace, the developer behind the 5th Street Arcades and Midtown's Baker Electric Building, is ready to dive into our lakefront.
Something Blue Sarah Routh Whether it's uniquely vintage or perfectly modern, Ann King's Borrow Rentals can help make your event special.
Victory Lap by Vince Guerrieri Amherst off-road motorcycle racer John Penton gets a movie this month.
Solid Foundation Jillian Kramer Save face this summer by picking the best shade for your skin with these tips.
Speak Now James Bigley II Bold colors and social messages surge through the work of nun-turned-pop-artist Corita Kent in a new exhibit.
Summer Fun Guide 2014: Stub Hub Erick Trickey Lo, the winter is past. National musicians swing north on their tours, and across Cleveland, music lovers herd into giant outdoor concert barns. It should be a heavenly experience — bask in the evening sun, sip a frothy beer and cheer on your guitar heroes. Then comes the restlessness of the caged animal, the late-night confinement in the Blossom parking lot, and the desire to give up, camp out and escape at dawn. It's a complex equation: How much do you love the band, and how deep are the pains of dealing with the venue?
Summer Fun Guide 2014: Wing Nuts by Cassie Neiden The Lake Erie Bluffs is a birder's dream — it's the migration rest stop for many of Ohio's rare and common birds.
Work Ethics by Afi-Odelia E. Scruggs Existing programs for ex-offenders aren’t enough. We need to give them a more equitable chance to find a job.
Meal on Wheels by Frances Killea As the local food truck scene revs up this summer, use our road map to get up to speed on curbside cuisine.
Chef Driven Elaine T. Cicora The Willeyville's Chris DiLisi works wonders in his made-from-scratch kitchen.