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November 2008

A la Carte
Cellar Notes
  • Duck Billed
    Like their college football counterparts, the wines of the Pacific Northwest rarely get their due.
News Bite
Arts and Entertainment
  • Life Story
    by Matt Tullis

     T.R. Ericsson unveils Thanksgiving this month at the Sculpture Center and shows how common artifacts of our lives and relationships can be some of the most telling.

CityLife
  • Correspondence Force
    CB

    Kati Hanimagi uses a centuries-old process to create Oddball Press’ unconventional line of greeting cards for a new generation.

  • Just Say Mo
    Lynne Thompson
    All off-season, the faithful have pined for the Cavaliers' missing piece that could push the team past the Boston Celtics and once again to the top of the Eastern Conference. Then came the late-summer trade for Mo Williams.
Columns
The Experience
  • Crashing JFK’s Inauguration
    By Mary Zunt
    When they were college students, future Cleveland city councilwoman Mary Zunt and future congresswoman Mary Rose Oakar sneaked into John F. Kennedy’s snowy inauguration —and his speech inspired their lives’ paths. 
Feature
  • Mr Write
    by Rebecca Meiser

    How I Met Your Mother is Carter Bays’ life. The executive producer, co-creator and head writer for the popular CBS sitcom draws heavily from his days as a soulmate-searching New York City single. Three full television seasons and one Britney Spears media circus later, the Shaker Heights native has proven himself a prime-time player.

  • Shopping with Kim Crow
    Colleen Mytnick

    If you read her style column in The Plain Dealer, you already know how fabulous she is. She’s pretty — not perfect. She splurges — within reason. She realizes that a good outfit makes you feel great, but won’t change the world. She’ll tell you what to wear to look your best — on a budget. She’s just like us, and we can be just like her with a little help from the Wednesday paper.

  • The Reconstruction of Bruce Drennan
    by Andy Netzel

    Four years ago, it was over: his career, his influence, his life as we knew it. Bruce Drennan’s louder-than-life sports-talk persona lay buried under the debris of an FBI gambling sting that landed him in federal prison. A comeback was the last thing on anyone’s mind — except his.

MyTown
  • Casualties of War
    by Michael D. Roberts
    A memorial service for Michael McClaren Kashkoush, a Chagrin Falls Marine killed in Iraq, recalls what we’ve lost since Vietnam, but also reflects what we can be as a country.
Style
  • Suits and Scotch
    Lynne Thompson

    M Lang serves up a little liquid hospitality to attract customers after surviving the Euclid Corridor Project.

Travel
  • Cooking Inn Style
    by Doris Larson
    Add a pinch of culinary education to your next getaway with cooking classes offered by three Ohio inns.


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