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September 2012

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  • Autumn Adventures: Take a Gamble
    Kristan Schiller
    No longer the sole domain of equine enthusiasts, Lexington, Ky., offers a flourishing food and wine scene just south of the state line.
  • College Life
    Justin Williams
    Cleveland native Yvette Nicole Brown is back in school as Community returns for a new season.
  • Loud and Clear
    Justin Williams
    Jack of all media trades Adam Carolla brings his uncensored thoughts to Cleveland.
  • Rise of the Robots
    Beaumont School's scrappy Deus Ex Machina rolls its way through the AWT RoboBot Competition.
  • School Pride
    Edited by Jim Vickers & Justin Williams. Stories by Joe Baur, Jason Brill, Mike Crissman, David Golladay, Barry Goodrich, John Hitch, Katie Naymon & Lynne Thompson.
  • Screen Test
    Hathaway Brown's Maddie Stambler created a film festival to show off the talent of fellow Northeast Ohio high school students.
  • Strength Test
    Tony Grossi
    Browns rookie Trent Richardson had surgery on both ankles by age 16, became a father twice before graduating high school and was dubbed "ordinary" by all-time great Jim Brown. Now the No. 1 draft pick must shoulder the weight of a franchise.
  • To the Sea
    Jim Vickers
    The Lighthouse and The Whaler evolve their folk-infused, pop sound on their second full-length release, This is an Adventure.
Lake Effect
Public Square
  • English Class
    Jim Vickers
    The British government honors William Kelso for his discovery of Jamestown's original 1607 fort site.
  • Laugh Factory
    Jason Brill
    Ramon Rivas II is serious about expanding the city's comedy scene.
Shelf
  • 3 To See
    A few author appearances to check out locally this month
  • High Society
    Lauren McGrath
    Claire McMillan's debut novel pays homage to her literary obsession while adding a bit of debauchery.
Shop Talk
  • Built to Last
    Kristen Hampshire
    Orgava locally produces timeless, well-constructed clothing for girls.
  • Pigskin Classics
    Whether you're headed to the Muni Lot or The Pit, we've scored the best game-day gear.
Stages
  • Creature Presentation
    David Golladay
    The live production of DreamWorks' How To Train Your Dragon glides into town for a few days of fire-breathing enchantment.
Talking Points
  • Standing for Peace
    Philip Metres
    Amid the power and spectacle of Cleveland's Air Show, we are reminded of the terrible realities of war.
The Dish
On the Side
  • Bread Winners
    Jason Brill
    We get the goods on two of the city's newest sandwich shops.
Quick Bite
Review
  • Flavor Destination
    Laura Taxel
    Find your way to Map of Thailand for a fine dining experience.
The Terminal
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