Going Solo Lynne Thompson Soon after Channel 3 named Romona Robinson the lone anchor of its weeknight newscasts, we talked to the beloved broadcaster about what the move means for her, the station’s viewers and the future of the city’s TV news landscape.
Our Own Abe Colleen Mytnick For 25 years, John Kapelka has interpreted the life of our nation’s 16th president. This month brings a special milestone — the bicentennial of Abraham Lincoln’s birth.
Running |135 miles through Death Valley by Alex Nemet as told to Dave “Coondog” O’Karma Alex Nemet, of Westlake, has climbed Mount Rainier and Mount Kilimanjaro. He’s run ridiculous distances before. But the father of two and owner of Northeast Factory Direct knew the Badwater Ultramarathon, self-described as the “world’s toughest footrace,” would be a challenge.
The Last word For 38 years, he’s been Cleveland’s voice, its greatest storyteller and its common-sense conscience. Now, as he retires, Dick Feagler looks back on his writing life and the history he witnessed.
Tet Project by Michael D. Roberts Forty years after covering the Vietnam War for The Plain Dealer, the writer returns to Saigon, and memories of Clevelanders at war resurface — the shooter from Independence, the reluctant reservists from Garfield Heights, the Euclid biker gang turned Marines.
Wahoo for Spring Training! By Robert Martinez It’s a whole new ballgame as the Indians return to Arizona for the first time in more than 15 years. A lot has changed since the last time around the park. We’ll get you ready for autographs, ballpark food and where to spend your time outside the stadium.