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1. Ring Bearer
Marcia Fudge is faced with a heavyweight opportunity to reshape local politics. But can she land the punches necessary to get the job done?
Issue: April 2010
Category: MyTown
Author: Mansfield Frazier

2. At the Tipping Point
Indifferent citizens have allowed the city and county to reach the edge of despair.  It's time to forget our obsession with sports and think about survival.
Issue: March 2010
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

3. Born and Bread
Ethnic bakeries make memories by the dozen and write Cleveland’s history in poppy seeds — so a grandfather discovered as he left a trail from the mill to the bakery to home.
Issue: February 2010
Category: MyTown
Author: John Hyduk

4. A Big Fat Essay
Losing 100 pounds is tough, but it can be done as a true Clevelander would: without giving up the foods you love.

Issue: January 2010
Category: MyTown
Author: Kelly Petryszyn

5. Ruff Cuts
A dachshund’s health care crisis convinces our writer that we have turned to our pets to replace our lost sense of community.
Issue: December 2009
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

6. Carr Talk
Charlie Carr, city councilman for 30 years, got his start by promising to protect the numbers racket. The skillful, wily leader also helped make Cleveland the birthplace of the black political rights movement.
Issue: November 2009
Category: MyTown
Author: Mansfield B. Frazier

7. The Red Berets
Our writer signs up with the crime-fighting Guardian Angels and learns a lesson about not living in fear.

Issue: October 2009
Category: MyTown
Author: Andy Netzel

8. Fade Route
Forty-five years ago, the Cleveland Browns won the city’s last major professional sports championship.
Issue: September 2009
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

9. City of Wonder
For one reporter, every story had a thousand pictures.
Issue: August 2009
Category: MyTown
Author: John Hyduk

10. Time & Again
Our writer travels back to his childhood in Cleveland’s Cedar-Central Apartments, one of America’s first public housing projects.
Issue: July 2009
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

11. The Daddy Diaries
A local radio host discovers full-time parenting is a lot harder than a day in the studio.
Issue: June 2009
Category: MyTown
Author: Dan Moulthrop

12. Arcane Game
Our antiquated government sets us up to fail. Serious reform can strengthen Cleveland and make our leaders accountable again.
Issue: April 2009
Category: MyTown
Author: By Michael D. Roberts

13. Heart Transplant
After the speed of New York and the superficiality of southern Florida, a writer finds a refreshing rhythm in our streets — then, after losing her job, must fight to remain in the city she loves.
Issue: March 2009
Category: MyTown
Author: Rebecca Meiser

14. Tet Project
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.
Issue: February 2009
Category: MyTown
Author:  by Michael D. Roberts

15. Stadium Ceding
 Technology, ticket costs and a shifting fan base have created the culture of the sports bar, and no place embodies it more than the Winking Lizard.
Issue: January 2009
Category: MyTown
Author: by Michael D. Robert

16. Olympic Dreams
With skating championships coming to town, our writer returns to the rink and recalls a childhood spent on the ice.
Issue: December 2008
Category: MyTown
Author: Stefanie Wass

17. Casualties of War
A memorial service for Michael McClaren Kashkoush, a Chagrin Falls Marine killed in Iraq, recalls what we’ve lost since Vietnam, but also reflects what we can be as a country.
Issue: November 2008
Category: MyTown
Author: by Michael D. Roberts

18. A Neighboorhood, Then and Now
An old-fashioned letter inspires our writer to ask what has kept her suburban neighborhood strong since it was built 50 years ago and why, despite its challenges, she believes it will stay strong for 50 more.
Issue: October 2008
Category: MyTown
Author: by Afi-Odelia E. Scruggs

19. A Graying Lady
As Cleveland’s daily paper shrinks and its alt-weeklies merge, our writer remembers a city electric with news and a time when reporters exposed kickbacks and abuses. Today, the town needs good journalism more than ever, but what will fill the void?
Issue: September 2008
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

20. Bar Gazing
After fantasizing about making it in Hollywood, you’d think working parties with guests Steve Martin, Jim Carrey, Jennifer Connelly and Kenny G would be a windfall. Instead, it proved just how far away dreams can be.
Issue: Additional Online Content
Category: MyTown
Author: Jay Casey

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