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81. Cheap Eats

Drive-thru is dull. But what else can you find when you're looking to dine on a dime? How about great sushi, sandwiches minestrone, thai food and tacos - that's just the start. We serve up 49 delicious dishes - because 49 is cheaper than 50 - that'll each cost you less than $10.


Issue: November 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story

82. Best of Cleveland

We took a spin around town and looked for this city's greatest hits. We feasted on breakfast at Big Al's and cannoli from Casa Dolce, watched revelers challenge the mechanical bill at Tequila Ranch, puffed away at Kan Zaman and shopped for vintage T-shirts at Big Fun and the buy-one-get-one-free tickets at House of Blues. But that was just the start. For the record, we discovered 55 things that rock about Cleveland that you'd be wise to put in your weekend rotation during the next 365 days.


Issue: October 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story
Author: The Editors

83. Candid Candidates
Issue: September 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story
Author: The Editors

84. The Perfect Mayor

As Cleveland gets ready to pick its leader for the next four years, we get the feeling a lot of people are longing for something more. So we talked to a bunch of people in town and asked: Is there anyone, living or dead, local or from somewhere else, who you think would make the perfect mayor of Cleveland today?

If you could stitch together a political Frankenstein, a perfect mauyor made up of the best attributes of various leaders, whose traits and passions would you use for ingredients?

What beliefs, priorities and positions would your perfect mayor have?

Here's what they said.


Issue: September 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story
Author: Lindsey Lelak, Jacqueline Marino, Amber Matheson, Kim Schneider and Erick Trickey

85. Classic Cleveland
Do you crave cake from Hough Bakeries? Miss the cheap seats at Cleveland Municipal Stadium? Some of these things are gone forever. But some are still around. And -- happily -- some have been brought back to life just as they were about to take a permanent place in our collective nostalgia.
Issue: August 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story
Author: The Editors

86. Bark if You're Spoiled

Today's four-legged friends enjoy the same luxurious life as their pampered owners.


Issue: July 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story
Author: Kristen Hampshire

87. Park Place for Your Pooch
Issue: July 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story
Author: Marie Catanese

88. Pet Fancy
In a town known for its Dawg Pound, would you expect anything less than full fanatic obsession with our furry (or feathered or finned) friends? So to keep your tail wagging, we go in search of the best in organic food, catnip-lined sleeping mats, doggie massage and dootie patrol.
Issue: July 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story
Author: Edited by Amber Matheson

89. Pet Owner Profiles
Issue: July 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story

90. All the Buzz
We all know the suburban stereotype: a boring, cookie-cutter community where everyone thinks alike and buys the same link of picket fence. But if our Sunday-night obsession with “Desperate Housewives” has taught us anything, it’s that the stereotype needs adjusting.
Issue: June 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story
Author: The Editors

91. Best Bargain 'Burbs
Close-knit neighborhoods, community spirit and modest prices attract young families to Cleveland's more established suburbs
Issue: June 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story
Author: Kristen Hampshire

92. Silver Spoon Awards 2005
Ditch the sackcloth and ashes and pick up a knife and fork. Instead of bemoaning the recent closngs, let's celebrate all the new openings on Northeast Ohio's culinary landscape. See who you, our readers, chose as the best from among newcomers and old warhorses alike.
Issue: May 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story

93. Good Morning, Beautiful
Face it, your morning beauty routine's a drag. So we enlisted four experts — morning-show anchors Carole Chandler, Danita Harris, Tracy McCool and Allison Alexander — who reveal their tips for looking good, their remedies for beauty emergencies and what they really look like just after rolling out of bed.
Issue: April 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story
Author: Lynne Thompson

94. Home, Huge Home
One has an indoor basketball court; another has a video arcade for the grandkids. Some bear the mystery of history; others the fresh smell of brand-new construction. What do they have in common? They all make our list of the 250 most expensive properties in Northeast Ohio.
Issue: March 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story
Author: Colleen Mytnick

95. The Most For Your Money
In the previous pages, we've shown you what goes into a multimillion-dollar home. Here, we take it down a notch, examining what you get for a mere million, half-million or quarter-million.
Issue: March 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story
Author: Kim Schneider

96. Another Child, Another Search
One mother's journey through more than a decade of day care
Issue: February 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story
Author: Heide Aungst

97. Beyond the Center
Whether you’re lucky enough to work for a company with on-site care or are investigating a nanny for your toddler, it’s worth examining all of your options.
Issue: February 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story
Author: Heide Aungst

98. Parent to Parent
Moms offer advice from the trenches on making child care work for you.
Issue: February 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story

99. The Annotated Ohio Child-Care Worker
“A child-care teacher has to be a social worker, a nurse, a referee, a cook at snack time,” says Kimberly Tice, executive director of the Ohio Association for the Education of Young Children. “We have to be it all.”
Issue: February 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story
Author: Jacqueline Marino

100. The Grown-up's Guide to Child Care
Quality child care makes children better learners and helps solve nearly every social problem, from teen pregnancy to unemployment. Why then is it so hard to find?

We dive into the ins and outs of child care with local moms, teachers and administrators, exploring what constitutes the best and why so few centers meet national standards. We also give you detailed information on 61 accredited Northeast Ohio child-care centers and preschools to help you in your own quest for quality care.


Issue: February 2005 Issue
Category: Cover Story
Author: Jacqueline Marino

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