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41. Christmas Trees I Have Known

From fakes to needle-shedders, Christmas trees have vexed our writer, balancing domestic peace and family fights on their fragile, prickly branches — until he finally made peace with the evergreen.


Issue: December 2006 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Dave O'Karma

42. Cleveland’s Towering Image

Famed Life photographer Margaret Bourke-White’s haunting shot of the Terminal Tower launched her legendary career — and captured the city at the greatest moment in its history.


Issue: November 2006 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

43. Pedal Pusher

Does turning in your car for a two-wheeled commute sound crazy? Maybe so, but once you get beyond the potholes, poor drivers and other perils that bikers face on our roadways, there's a lot to discover about the city and yourself while looking over the handlebars heading to work to each morning. (And you may not even need to shower once you get there!)


Issue: October 2006 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Ian Hoffman

44. Flights of Fancy

Today's Air Show recalls the Air Races of long ago: memories filled with the fury, flash and might of sleek fighters' snarling engines.


Issue: September 2006 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

45. Wild At Heart

Some people hold onto their first love.  Our writer carries a torch for a street.


Issue: August 2006 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: John Hyduk

46. The Riot and the Bad Address

When Hough caught fire in July 1966, reporters who'd witnessed its violence knew why.  but no one, from desk editors to city leaders, wanted to hear it.


Issue: July 2006 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

47. Lost Summer

Thirteen years after "My Summer Story was filmed here and forgotten, one of the movie's extras rediscovers a so-so sequel in the shadow of its famous forerunner.


Issue: June 2006 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: David Hansen

48. Life and Time

A final tour of the house the writer grew up in offers a bridge reaching back 52 years to the family with the little brown dog who once called it home.


Issue: May 2006 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

49. Salvaging My Soul 2
Issue: April 2006 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: The Editors

50. Salvaging My Soul

A year living in Geauga County's Amish Country brought many surprises. But maybe the greatest value was discovering the area's salvage stores.


Issue: April 2006 Issue
Category: MyTown

51. Positively Negative

Is being down on the city in our DNA? Our writer asks whether knowing what's really going on in Cleveland has programmed us with a heavy dose of disappointment.


Issue: March 2006 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

52. Young Love

Too often we hear the horror stories of teenage attraction - everything from the provocative Abercrombie & Fitch ads to high school pregnancy. But what happens when one teen discovers a higher form of love?


Issue: February 2006 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Matthew Thompson

53. Who Will Light the Way?

Louis B. Seltzer and The Cleveland Press had it right: Deliver a newspaper that's friendly, reliable and willing to fight for the everyman. But is it possible for a one-newspaper town to reclaim that intimacy in an ever-threatening digital age?


Issue: January 2006 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

54. A City of Survival

New Orleans captured our writer's imagination as a child, revealed its spirit to her as a part-time resident and showed her its strength in its devastation.


Issue: December 2005 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Flora Tracy

55. In This I Believe

Our latest civics slogan needs a youthful spirit behind it, not a self-esteem booster rooted in the past.


Issue: November 2005 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

56. It's Wonderful Living in West Park

But if the residency requirement for city eployees is lifted, its neighborhoods will never be the same.


Issue: October 2005 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Jacqueline Marino

57. All But Spent

It's plain to see that 60 years after its conclusion, World War II gave the Greatest Generation insights we could use today.


Issue: September 2005 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

58. Coondog O'Karma Goes to Japan

Our favorite competitive eater and essayist voyages across the Pacific to see his friend Takeru Kobayashi, the greatest competitive eater of all time, and learn about Oguii, the Japanese tradition of Big Eating.


Issue: August 2005 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Dave "Coondog" O'Karma

59. Scooped at Sea
From the Plain Dealer's circus-like '60s era newsroom emerged Robert Manry, pilot of the sailboat, Tinkerbelle, whose unlikely Trans-Atlantic journey led to one of his newspaper's darkest, most entertaining days.
Issue: July 2005 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

60. There Goes the Neighborhood
Coventry loses Dobama Theatre this month, but what does it gain?
Issue: June 2005 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: David Hansen

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