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Article Archives October 2009
Living in Antarctica Ralph Harvey Ralph Harvey, a planetary geologist at Case Western Reserve University, has led meteorite-collecting expeditions on the East Antarctic Plateau for 22 years. The trips usually begin around Thanksgiving and end two months later.
Sunken Treasure Kristin Majcher The Marquette & Bessemer No. 2 disappeared in a winter storm 100 years ago, but shipwreck hunters Mike and Georgann Wachter are still enthralled by the mystery of why Lake Erie’s largest ghost ship has never been found.
Show Time Jennifer Keirn Local college students get an inside look at Cleveland with a reality game show.
Welcome to the Real World Heide Aungst Schools are extending their reach by taking the classroom to the world — constructing chicken coops for a Tanzanian orphanage, giving mini-loans to grocers in the Dominican Republic and rebuilding a school in Nicaragua.
2009 Best of Cleveland Jennifer Bowen, Laura Crawford, Emily Garvey, Steve Gleydura, Faith Hampton, Christina Ipavec, Kristin Majcher, Jason Miller, Brittany Moffat, Colleen Mytnick, Andy Netzel, Kim Schneider, Beth Stallings, Susan Tebben, Erick Trickey and Jim Vickers If you need more reasons to love our city, we’ve got a few of our favorite things to spare. From a diner revival to lawn decorations to funky rings, here are the kingpins of Cleveland. Plus, 56 of your favorite people and places.
Life of the Party Erick Trickey The most social of leaders, Jimmy Dimora built a career on connections and loyalty. It helped him turn Cuyahoga County’s Democratic Party into a nearly unbeatable machine. It may also be his undoing.