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Article Archives June 2009
Hybrid Theory Andy Netzel Ashes artfully merges musical genres with an entrancing sound that defies labels. (In fact, this Akron band has as tough a time classifying it as we do.)
For The Record Erick Trickey Mark Puente’s 18 stories about former Cuyahoga County Sheriff Gerald McFaul’s office put the Plain Dealer police reporter on the front page and reminded the city that it still needs a watchdog.
Buried alive in a graveyard By Ross “Buddy” Barton III One morning in October 2006, Ross “Buddy” Barton III of Wooster was buried alive for almost three hours when an 8-foot ditch he was working in collapsed. The ditch flooded during the rescue attempt, and his heart stopped twice before he was freed.
Farm Fresh by Laura Taxel, photography by Barney Taxel
Def Leppard Lynne Thompson June 25 | With Poison and Cheap TrickBlossom Music Center
Bug City Matt Beargie Aug. 8 | Cleveland Metroparks Garfield Park Nature Center11 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Darwin JUNE 27 - SEPT. 19 | Great Lakes Science Center
Scott Miller 98.5 WNCX | The 'NCX Morning Show with Scott Miller & Jeff Blanchard, Mon-Fri 5:30 - 10 a.m.
Sugarland Aug. 21 | Opening for Keith Urban, Quicken Loans Arena
Terry Moir WDOK 102.1 | Mon-Fri 5 - 10 a.m.
Trapper Jack and the Morning Show,
Tim Richards Q104 | Mon-Fri 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.; host of Coffee Shop Sun 7 - 10 a.m.
The Daddy Diaries Dan Moulthrop A local radio host discovers full-time parenting is a lot harder than a day in the studio.
Eleven River Brooke Willis Eleven River luxury townhomes offer timeless, modern design in a private setting on the Rocky River.
Emily Horacek Myra Orenstein Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University
Jackie DeCapite Francis X. Bova III School of Nursing, Cleveland State University
Jennifer Biro Nina Polien Light Breen School of Nursing, Ursuline College
Kathryn Brady Matt Beargie Cuyahoga Community College, Division of Nursing
The Changing Heidi Aungst After 30 years in the steel mills, one man is hammering home the message that nursing is a great move for men, too.
Clutch Play Beth Troy Yvonne Mack hits it out of the park with her sophisticated yet affordable line of handbags.