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March 2007

  • Ask the Plastic Surgeon
    Question:  I heard that the FDA has allowed silicon gel implants back on the market. Does that mean that anyone can get them now? 
A la Carte
Arts and Entertainment
CityLife
  • Animal House
    Tori Woods
    For more than 40 years, Don Kuenzer helped build the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo we know today. Sho when he announced his retirement as the popular Rain Forest attraction he helped create readies for its 15th anniversary, we asked him for a farewell tour.
Clevelander
  • The Night Man
    John Hyduk
    A corner stone, a brother and a neighborhood struggle to cope with a murder's aftermath.
Columns
Editor's Column
Features
  • Smart Wars
    Erick Trickey
    Case physicist Lawerence Krauss isn't afraid of a little conflict. He had taken on the intelligent-design movement, organized a revolt against his university's presient and written to Pope Benedict XVI. Now he's looking to create his own big bang.
  • The X Factor
    Kathleen Murphy Colan
    Terry Travis founder of Cleveland365.com, thinks technology can save Cleveland. And he's using it to bring our cultural, ethnic and business communities together for the good of all.
  • Top Docs The List
    Our region’s hospitals see more than 9 million patients every year. People travel from throughout the world to visit our doctors. And many of our hospitals — including Cleveland Clinic (No. 3 overall; No. 1 in heart and heart surgery), University Hospitals (ranked in 13 specialties; No. 4 in pediatrics for Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital), Summa Health System (ranked in seven specialties; No. 21 for respiratory disorders) and MetroHealth Medical Center (ranked No. 30 for respiratory disorders) — made this year’s U.S. News & World Report list of the top health-care institutions.
Culture
  • Museums Unframed
    Amber Matheson
    Museums don’t have to mean long, silent hallways with a bunch of old stuff framed on the walls. In parks, galleries and halls of fame from Vegas to D.C., there are tons of cool things for your ogling pleasure.
    What does your family want to discover this weekend?
  • Museums Unframed - College Football Hall of Fame
    Jackie Sheckler Finch
    Museums don’t have to meanlong, silent hallways with a bunch of old stuff framed on the walls. In parks, galleries and halls of fame from Vegas to D.C., there are tons of cool things for your ogling pleasure.
    What does your family want to discover this weekend?
  • Museums Unframed - Corning Museum of Glass
    PC
    Museums don’t have to meanlong, silent hallways with a bunch of old stuff framed on the walls. In parks, galleries and halls of fame from Vegas to D.C., there are tons of cool things for your ogling pleasure.
    What does your family want to discover this weekend?
  • Museums Unframed - International Spy Museum
    Erick Trickey
    Museums don’t have to mean long, silent hallways with a bunch of old stuff framed on the walls. In parks, galleries and halls of fame from Vegas to D.C., there are tons of cool things for your ogling pleasure.
    What does your family want to discover this weekend?
  • Museums Unframed - Museum of Bad Art
    Jason Feifer
    Museums don’t have to meanlong, silent hallways with a bunch of old stuff framed on the walls. In parks, galleries and halls of fame from Vegas to D.C., there are tons of cool things for your ogling pleasure.
    What does your family want to discover this weekend?
  • Museums Unframed - Neon Boneyard
    Museums don’t have to meanlong, silent hallways with a bunch of old stuff framed on the walls. In parks, galleries and halls of fame from Vegas to D.C., there are tons of cool things for your ogling pleasure.
    What does your family want to discover this weekend?
  • Museums Unframed - The Bata Shoe Museum
    Lynne Thompson
    Museums don’t have to mean long, silent hallways with a bunch of old stuff framed on the walls. In parks, galleries and halls of fame from Vegas to D.C., there are tons of cool things for your ogling pleasure.
    What does your family want to discover this weekend?
MyTown
  • A Real History
    Michael D. Roberts
    Cleveland deserves a well-written history that names the city's scoundrels, reaches into the soul of them and evokes the ambience of the past.
Special Sections
  • Create Your Oasis
    No matter the size of your backyard, landscaping professionals have advice for building your private retreat.
  • Fresh Ideas
    Lynne Thompson
    From butterfly gardens to rain barrels - 10 backyard touches that will get you thinking about spring.
  • Make this Empty House a Home
    As more and more vacant properties hit the Greater Cleveland housing market, bargin-hunters can face unforseen opportunities and hidden pitfalls.  A home inspector can help inexperienced buyers spend their money wisely.
Guide to Education
Mature Adult Living
  • Gardening for Seniors
    Heide Aungst
    Tending a garden can keep seniors physically fit and mentally sharp from their 60s into their 90s.


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