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61. No Nose for News
Today's media doesn't pass the sniff test: There are more outlets but there's less real news.
Issue: May 2005 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

62. Mission: iPossible
With a hot new 20-gig iPod in his hands, our writer goes on a quest to fill it with 6,000 of his favorite songs ... or even Jack Fascinato, Little Milton and The Velvelettes.
Issue: April 2005 Issue
Category: MyTown

63. Gray Skies Ahead
Nate Gray's indictment on public corruption charges raises questions about our political leadership and makes an already dreary civic climate even more desperate.
Issue: March 2005 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

64. The Book Boys
One woman peeks inside Cleveland's most controversial men's club.
Issue: February 2005 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Anne Trubek

65. Feagler for Mayor
Here's one vote for drafting the Plain Dealer columnist to restore common sense in Cleveland.
Issue: January 2005 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

66. Steelhead Commute
Lured by the silvery rewards of the Rocky River, one avid fisherman turns his morning drive into a pilgrimage for trout.
Issue: December 2004 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Chris Thompson

67. Poorer Us
The election of Carl Stokes as mayor in 1967 filled the city with hope and good will. Many thought our war against poverty might be won. But today we have more casualties than ever. What went wrong?
Issue: April 1996 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Michael D. Roberts

68. The Haunting
Our writer sets out to find the truth about the "haunted" house in his neighborhood and discovers something spookier.
Issue: October 2004 Issue
Category: MyTown

69. Trapped in the Status Quo
Cleveland's leaders ask an impoverished city to raise its school taxes, but they're ignoring our greatest need: reforming county government to attract prosperity.
Issue: September 2004 Issue
Category: MyTown

70. A Little C-Ditty
Listen up. Who needs a new convention center, downtown retail or more smart college grads staying close to home to spur economic development? What our city really needs is a musical makeover -- a song that proves New York, San Francisco and other towns-wi
Issue: August 2004 Issue
Category: MyTown

71. Dog eat dog . . . after dog, after dog, after dog

One midlife 'Dog goes searching for what's missing in his life and finds it in Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, the granddaddy of all competitive-eating events.


Issue: July 2004 Issue
Category: MyTown
Author: Dave "Coondog" O’Karma

72. Spy Detector
James M. Wood was always a mysterious and elusive writer. But could he also have been a spy? We do a little investigating of our own.
Issue: June 2004 Issue
Category: MyTown

73. Confessions of a Poppy Seller
They bloom every Memorial Day weekend outside grocery stores, strip plazas and wherever people congregate: the artificial Buddy Poppy salesman. One member of Solon VFW Post 1863 provides an insider's look at the tradition that has benefited needy and di
Issue: May 2004 Issue
Category: MyTown

74. Opening Day
The writer discovers a League Park of his own.
Issue: April 2004 Issue
Category: MyTown

75. Venus for the Rest of Us
The writer finds more than just the arms missing on Jim Dine's "Cleveland Venus."
Issue: March 2004 Issue
Category: MyTown

76. A Prescription For Our Pain
A reformed county government may be the answer to our region's ills. But are we courageous enough to take the medicine that's long overdue?
Issue: February 2004 Issue
Category: MyTown

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