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October 2007 Issue

A la Carte
News Bite
Restaurant Reviews
Arts and Entertainment
  • Masumi Memories
    Amy Bracken Sparks, photo by Masumi Hayashi
    Four area institutions celebrate the work of the Cleveland artist shot and killed last year by her neighbor in a dispute over noise.
CityLife
  • Carole's Comeback
    Edited by Jim Vickers, photo by Ryan Ostrander
    Former WKYC-TV 3 morning-show co-host Carole Sullivan is back on the station’s airwaves after spending a year in Kalamazoo, Mich. We talked to her about her year, how her life has changed (hint: he turns one this month) and what brought her back.
  • Seen and Heard
    Kim Schneider, photo coutesy Cleveland Indians/Dan Mendlik
Clevelander
  • City in a Box
    Andy Netzel, photo by Greg Ruffing
    What is Crocker Park? Just another mall or a real neighborhood? We asked the people who live there. Their answers weren’t always what you might think.
Columns
Cellar Notes
  • Top Dawg Wines
    Marianne Frantz
    Are you ready for some tailgating? Bring these dog-inspired labels to your next Browns bash.
Shopping
  • Jeans Queen
    Kristen Hampshire, photos by Eric Mull
    Siwy Denim co-founder Sandra Adamo gives a woman's touch to the label.
Features
  • Takeover + Makeover = Success?
    Colleen Mytnick with additional reporting by Kate Bigam
    When Eugene Sanders took over as Cleveland Metropolitan School District CEO, he decided to implement some radical ideas, including making over the dress code. Will the changes produce results? We’ll likely have to wait on that one. But with a new school year upon us, the more uniform look is easy to see.
  • The Best of Cleveland 2007 Entertainment
    The Editors
    Taste of the islands, giveaway, cult film showcase, cover band, minibar, power hour, late-night, roadhouse, underground spot, drink special, rum bar, under-the-radar venue, futbol bar, monthly event, nightlife, free art and cheap eats
  • The Best of Cleveland 2007 Food & Drink
    The Editors
    Cake decorators, bagels, fish fry, dichotomy popcorn, coffeehouse, diner, four-star carryout, cupcakes, coffee, new franchise, dip, chicken dish and man-made buffet.
  • The Best of Cleveland 2007 Shopping
    The Editors
    Wilderness supplies, responsible clothing, stationery, denim selection, Celtic accessories, new (old) arrivals, lingerie, Italian imports, one-stop shopping and dresses
  • The Farmer in The Dell
    Laura Taxel, photography by Barney Taxel
    Deep in the middle of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park’s 33,000 protected acres, Alan Halko has a farm. On this farm he has some chickens (and some peas, and some summer squash and lots of flowers). And even though there’s nothing quite like this happening in a national park anywhere else in the country, it sure isn’t easy.
Letters
MyTown
  • The Island
    Amber Matheson, photo by Norm Roulet

    You can’t move to Tremont without hearing people buzz about gentrification. But our writer discovers that the more her neighborhood changes, the more it stays the same.

Special Sections
Guide to Education
  • Adventures in Learning
    Learning can - and should - be fun. Two local schools are using play to enhance learning. Find out how you can do the same at home.
  • Big Ideas
    Ashley Sager
    There's interesting research happening here and you likey haven't heard much about it. Here are a few fascinating homegrown studies we uncovered.
Holiday Home and Garden
  • Attention Getters
    Lynne Thompson
    A room-by-room guide to low-stress home improvements your holiday guests are most likely to notice.
  • Holidays the easy way

    Instructions: Be ready for the holidays this year, so you can celebrate in style without becoming a grinch.*

    Plus:
    A room-by-room guide to easy home improvements your guests will be sure to notice.
    Show off the city: Where to take your holiday visitors between Dec. 20 and Jan. 1

    *And since you don’t have a robot to do it all for you, we’re guessing you might need a little advice.

  • Lights and Sights
    It’s often forgotten in the race to achieve domestic perfection, find the right gift and assemble your outdoor lighting display: a plan for entertaining your guests once they show up on your doorstep. You will run out of gifts to open, holiday meals to devour, sporting events to watch on television and juicy bits of family gossip to share. Scary thought? Not this year. We’ve got a list of 10 events and destinations that’ll keep the out-of-towners busy between Dec. 20 and Jan. 1.
Women's Health
  • Better Medicine
    Kristen Hampshire
    Sometimes it’s tough to keep up with new treatments, surgical advances or recent medical findings. So we gathered a few  — from a shot for osteoporosis to new findings about estrogen therapy — that every woman should know about. If you didn’t ask your doctor “What’s new?” read it here.
  • Living with Cancer
    Kristen Hampshire
    Survivors show the courage needed to not just survive, but thrive, after cancer diagnosis.
Travel
  • The Wisconsin Whey
    Kim Schneider, photo by travelwisconsin.com
    Bring your appetite, because here, everything is better with cheese.


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