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January 2009

A la Carte
Cellar Notes
  • Port of Call
    Perfect for the fireside or with chocolate, Port makes a great companion on winter nights.
News Bite
Arts and Entertainment
  • Informational Art
    by Kristen Hampshire
    Christian Wulffen’s MOCA exhibit, It Is, It Is Not, contemplates how we gather information and decipher the meaning of even basic objects.
  • New Moves
    Anne Hartman
    Tight costumes and improvisational moments are hallmarks of Merce Cunningham Dance Company.
CityLife
  • Minus Signs
    Andy Netzel

    Anasterisk Gallery recently asked artists who grew up here for their gritty depictions of the Cleveland experience. We’re still not sure what to make of the result.

  • Mr. Ice Guy
    Lynne Thompson
    Scott Hamilton is no stranger to Cleveland. Every fall, he returns to host a benefit for the Clinic’s Taussig Cancer Institute. Now he’s back as an analyst for NBC’s coverage of the U.S. Figure Skating Championship at Quicken Loans Arena.
  • Rock Stars of David
    Katie Kuehn
    After spending more than three decades capturing rock ’n’ roll’s biggest names on film, photojournalist Janet Macoska publishes a new coffee-table book that celebrates the role of Jewish musicians in building an American cultural phenomenon.
Columns
The Experience
  • Stopping a child predator
    by Daryn Winebrenner as told to Chuck Bowen
    In 2006, Medina police officer Daryn Winebrenner responded to a call of a rape in progress a few blocks from the police station. The 12-year veteran raced to the ranch house to find a 14-year-old girl naked and crying in the driveway. She told him her uncle had her sister in the basement. Medina police Officer Daryn Winebrenner could tell from the tone of the dispatcher’s voice that he was walking into a serious situation.
Feature
  • Most Interesting People 2009
    Matt Beargie, Jennifer Bowen, Laura Crawford, Anne Hartman, Nate Hoffman, Jennifer Keirn, Katie Kuehn, Rebecca Meiser, Colleen Mytnick, Andy Netzel, Brandon Petitto, Andrew Rafferty, Kim Schneider, Beth Stallings & Erick Trickey; Photography by Eric Mull
  • Secret Identity
    Erick Trickey
    You may already know that two Glenville High School students created Superman here in the 1930s. But Brad Ricca delved into the origins of the two teenage creators for his film Last Son, a documentary that revisits the city and times in which Siegel and Shuster lived. It explores tragedy and unearths long-forgotten influences that show how the iconic superhero the world knows today as the Man of Steel was forged by the Cleveland of their youth.
  • The Big Disconnect
    Andy Netzel
    We live in an always-on world of remote controls, cell phones, cable TV and computers, advancements that make our lives easier, more enjoyable. But do they? One man was brave enough (or maybe just crazy enough) to chuck it all away for a month, giving up every piece of technology not in common use before his birthday in 1980.
  • The Girl Next Door
    Colleen Mytnick
    Monica Potter is one of us. So much so that even after relocating to Los Angeles and starring in movies opposite Robin Williams and Nicolas Cage, she moved back to the Cleveland neighborhood where she grew up. But walking away from Hollywood was nowhere near as easy as she made it look. This month, she’s back with a new series and the role she’s been waiting for her entire life.
MyTown
  • Stadium Ceding
    by Michael D. Robert
     Technology, ticket costs and a shifting fan base have created the culture of the sports bar, and no place embodies it more than the Winking Lizard.
Special Sections
Home Remodeling
  • Dramatic Redesign
    Kristen Hampshire

    A vision for what your home could be likely involves a large-scale renovation. We talked to three homeowners who reinvented their living spaces and gave new spirit to their homes.

Kids A-Z
  • It's party Mime
    by Jennifer Keirn
    From clowns to jugglers to bubble blowers, Northeast Ohio’s favorite entertainers are magical at creating your kids’ memories.
Style
  • Sweet Steals
    Lynne Thompson
    Nordstrom Rack offers a spectrum of special finds.
Travel
  • The Heart of Indy
    Amy S. Eckert

     If checkered flags and speeding cars don’t get your motor running, check out the softer side of Indianapolis for a romantic weekend.



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