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Article Archives
July 2006 Issue

  • Ask the Plastic Surgeon
    Question: I’ve heard horror stories about people who had extensive liposuction surgery that took hours and nearly died. How does something like this happen and how much fat can be safely removed in one liposuction surgery?
A la Carte
Arts and Entertainment
  • A Tale of Two Operas
    Thomas Mulready

    Cleveland opera and Lyric Opera have become Opera Cleveland, and opera lovers can't wait to see what happens next.

  • Beat it, Cleveland!
    Jenn Parson

    The second-ever festival of art and technology sounds off with 1,000 drums in Public Square.

CityLife
  • The Sweet Spot
    Kristen Hampshire

    Walter and Linda Jorgensen have a buzz for bees.  The couple's store at Olmstead Fall's Grand Pacific Junction has turned a hobby into a small business that sticks into your memory.

  • Your Ad Here
    Jim Vickers

    From the minors to the majors, corporate tie-ins span from the first pitch to the final score.  We grade a few we've seen recently at Greater Cleveland sports venues.

Columns
Cellar Notes
Editor's Column
News Bite
Cool Cleveland
Cover Story
  • Not All Smooth Sailing
    Liz Logan

    Can't afford life on the lake?  Make yourself feel better by finding out why you wouldn't want to live there anyway.

  • The Small-font Towns
    Amber Matheson

    Know much about Lakeland or Timberlake?  We didn't either, so we set out for a drive.

  • To Live on the Lake
    Colleen Mytnick

    You can spend more than a million dollars just to get a lot in Rocky River.  You can buy a historic estate fro double that in Bratenahl (but brace yourself for heating bills).  You can get it all -- private beach, huge new home -- for $2.5 million in Madison.  But if you're not rich, you've got options, too.  Would you consider a 960-square-foot house in Lorain?  For $239, 900. it can be yours.  Whether your goal is a castle or a cottage, we've found out what it takes...

    To Live on the Lake.

Fast Lane
  • Kim Dregalla

    Manager of Class C fireworks, American fireworks Co. in Hudson

Features
  • Fish 'n Chick
    Darin Painter

    The new women's professional bass fishing tour is filled with anglers from the South.  It has drama, intrigue -- and a zealous competitor from Chardon?

  • Sex, Celebrity & Carnival Charm
    Erick Trickey

    Seventy years ago, the Great Lakes Exposition opened on Cleveland's lakefront, hoping to lift Cleveland out of the Depression with a mighty display of civic pride.  but what really converted the lakefront from dump to dreamland land were....

    Sex, Celebrity and Carnival Charm.

Letters
MyTown
  • The Riot and the Bad Address
    Michael D. Roberts

    When Hough caught fire in July 1966, reporters who'd witnessed its violence knew why.  but no one, from desk editors to city leaders, wanted to hear it.

Special Sections
Healthy Living
  • You, Only Better
    Kristen Hampshire

    jealous of Scarlett Johansson's perfect pout or Halle Berry's gleaming grin?  Local plastic surgeons and cosmetic dentists can help you develop your own camera ready style.

Luxury Home Living
  • Big Ideas for the Little Ones
    Lynne Thompson

    When it comes to making room for the children in their lives, some homeowners opt for elaborately themed and carefully planned spaces that are anything but kids' stuff.

  • By the Numbers
    Joanna Bello

    A look at the figures behind home sales in the United States:  What we're buying, how much we're paying for it and what it says about how we live.

  • Luxury for Less
    Tori Woods

    Before you soak in all the big-ticket toys for your home (Toy Scout article), take a peek at some options that provide a taste of the high life at a manageable rate.

  • Rooms for Improvement
    Lynne Thompson

    We asked builders and retailers about modification and installation trends they're currently seeing in luxury homes for this room-by-room guide to high-end upgrades.

  • Toy Scout
    Lynne Thompson

    A guide to gadgets, games and gear sure to get attention.

The Agenda
  • The Agenda

    Reds, Whites and Brews: A Toast to Literacy

Travel
Driving
  • The Basket Case Diaries
    Lynne Thompson

    At the annual Balloon Classic Invitational in Canton, our writer discovers she cab be footloose and fancy free -- even at 1,000 feet above the ground. 



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