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21. Building A 65-pound gingerbread house
Dentist John Learner has built seven ultimate gingerbread houses for the Cleveland Botanical Garden’s annual contest. This year’s project was his most ambitious: a replica of St. Ignatius High School’s main building.
Issue: December 2008
Category: Columns
Author: By Dr. John Learner

22. Dr. Ben Hornstein - Advertising Section
Issue: December 2008
Category: Columns

23. Dr. Gino DiGiannantonio, DDS - Advertising Section
Issue: December 2008
Category: Columns

24. Memories in a Can
Issue: December 2008
Category: Columns
Author: Steve Gleydura

25. Crashing JFK’s Inauguration
When they were college students, future Cleveland city councilwoman Mary Zunt and future congresswoman Mary Rose Oakar sneaked into John F. Kennedy’s snowy inauguration —and his speech inspired their lives’ paths. 
Issue: November 2008
Category: Columns
Author: By Mary Zunt

26. Flying - on a circuis trapeze without a net
Heather Iriye, aka Sora Sol, has attended a circus bootcamp of sorts in Great Britain since April. She returns home as this issue hits newsstands, and she comes back a changed woman.
Issue: October 2008
Category: Columns
Author: By Heather “Sora Sol” Iriye

27. Photo Finished
Issue: September 2008
Category: Columns

28. Saving | a plane crash victim
A year ago, Chuck Herndon saw a Cessna crash into the black water of Lake Erie near his Kelleys Island home. He paddled out to save 7-year-old Joel Hutchison of Lima. Joel’s father, Jeff, and 9-year-old brother, Jeremy David, were killed.
Issue: September 2008
Category: Columns
Author: as told to Chuck Bowen

29. Building a 13½-foot-tall horse
Chris McConnell, 22, wanted to attend art school. He learned how to weld at Auburn Career Center and turned around his mediocre high school grades at Lakeland Community College. But he thought his art portfolio needed a little something extra to put him over the top.

Issue: August 2008
Category: Columns
Author: by Chris McConnell, as told by Andy Netzel

30. Fighting | My Friend
Shawn Porter, 20, fights people he knows at times. But until recently, he’d never boxed someone he’d call a close friend. When he did, two instincts — “fight to win” and “don’t hit your buddy” — went head to head.
Issue: July 2008
Category: Columns
Author: as told to Andy Netzel

31. At Your Service
Issue: June 2008
Category: Columns

32. Edible Beauty
Issue: Feast Summer 2008
Category: Columns

33. Spice up your Starters
Issue: Feast Summer 2008
Category: Columns

34. The Traveling Table
Issue: Feast Summer 2008
Category: Columns

35. Playing for Martha Stewart
Fifteen-year-old Caroline Goulding has already appeared on NBC’s “Today” and PBS’s “From The Top: Live from Carnegie Hall,” and has twice been accepted to a prestigious Juilliard program. Meeting Martha Stewart, though, gave the Cleveland Heights teen butterflies.
Issue: June 2008
Category: Columns
Author: By Caroline Goulding as told to Andy Netzel.

36. Pulling a 22-ton locomotive
Fairview Park’s Don Pope is among the strongest men in the world. When he’s not pulling a train, lifting an SUV or carrying two refrigerators at the same time, he works as a facility manager for valet and parking at the Cleveland Clinic.
Issue: May 2008 Issue
Category: Columns
Author: as told to Dave “Coondog” O’Karma.

37. Table Talk
Issue: May 2008 Issue
Category: Columns
Author: Steve Gleydura

38. Back to Bases
Issue: April 2008
Category: Columns
Author: Steve Gleydura

39. Enduring an interrogation by Syrian border guards
In his search for a travel companion, University Heights resident Ian Hoffman agreed to a side trip to Syria, a country where Americans are viewed with suspicion.
Issue: April 2008
Category: Columns
Author: Ian Hoffman

40. Advising the pope on death
Dr. Robert Daroff is a professor of neurology at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and former head of the neurology department at University Hospitals. Pope Benedict XVI invited him to be one of a small group of speakers to discuss death at the Vatican.
Issue: March 2008 Issue
Category: Columns
Author: Dr. Robert Daroff — as told to Andy Netzel

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