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1. Left Behind
The bribery plea of the longtime Head Start director shamed the city's black political establishment, which protected her for years.
Issue: November 2014 Issue
Category: Talking Points
Author: Michael D. Roberts

2. Shaky Ground
For a century, Tom L. Johnson's statue has guarded free speech in Public Square. Now we're uprooting him. What's next?
Issue: October 2014 Issue
Category: Talking Points
Author: Erick Trickey

3. On the Rebound?
LeBron’s return, the Republican National Convention and downtown growth make this a somewhat hopeful time for Cleveland. But history warns us not to get too euphoric.
Issue: September 2014 Issue
Category: Talking Points
Author: Michael D. Roberts

4. Good Neighbors
The city needs visitors from the suburbs to help revitalize its neighborhoods. Will we defy the segregation of urban avoidance?
Issue: August 2014 Issue
Category: Talking Points
Author: Sharon Holbrook

5. The Chief
The growing movement against Chief Wahoo evokes memories of the 1970s, when militant Native Americans protested the team's logo and took over Mount Rushmore.
Issue: July 2014 Issue
Category: Talking Points
Author: Michael D. Roberts

6. Work Ethics
Existing programs for ex-offenders aren’t enough. We need to give them a more equitable chance to find a job.
Issue: June 2014 Issue
Category: Talking Points
Author: by Afi-Odelia E. Scruggs

7. It's a Sin
The stadium tax on the May 6 ballot will push the public cost of Cleveland sports to more than $1 billion. We're paying for past leaders' mistakes — and today's leaders may be even worse.
Issue: May 2014 Issue
Category: Talking Points
Author: by Michael D. Roberts

8. A City’s Limits

Plenty of Clevelanders want to annex East Cleveland. But the troubled town isn't ready to give up its independence. 


Issue: April 2014 Issue
Category: Talking Points
Author: Erick Trickey

9. Alternative Reality
With journalism at a low point in Cleveland, a weekly newspaper under new ownership has an opportunity to make a difference.
Issue: March 2014 Issue
Category: Talking Points
Author: Michael D. Roberts

10. The Road
The boulevard to University Circle won't be the catastrophe its critics claim. But can it help troubled stretches of the East Side?
Issue: February 2014
Category: Talking Points
Author: Erick Trickey

11. Art of Deception
How the Cleveland Museum of Art's leadership painted itself into a corner in the David Franklin affair.
Issue: January 2014 Issue
Category: Talking Points
Author: Michael D. Roberts

12. Home Makeover
Young people are taking their talents to Cleveland, but do local leaders want their ideas or just their pocketbooks?
Issue: December 2013
Category: Talking Points
Author: Richey Piiparinen

13. Fantasy Town
Plain Dealer critic Steven Litt praises nearly every plan to remake the city, but Cleveland really needs a dose of reality.
Issue: November 2013
Category: Talking Points
Author: Michael D. Roberts

14. River Crossings
The old black-divide is breaking down as young people of all races migrate west.
Issue: October 2013
Category: Talking Points
Author: by Afi-Odelia Scruggs

15. Turnover Prone
The federal probe into Jimmy Haslam's company reminds us how the Browns and the NFL have failed the fans.
Issue: September 2013
Category: Talking Points
Author: Michael D. Roberts

16. Paper Chase
The Plain Dealer is cutting home delivery to four days and shrinking its staff. But an industry analyst says it can still excel if it learns from newsroom reinventions elsewhere.
Issue: August 2013
Category: Talking Points
Author: by Ken Doctor

17. Promise's Promises
Can an innovative effort in the Central neighborhood achieve the same success as the Harlem Children's Zone? It'll take intense commitment — and a lot of trust.
Issue: July 2013
Category: Talking Points
Author: Mansfield Frazier

18. Learning Model
Margo Hudson got a second chance at her education. Now she helps others follow her path as a tutor. But the route to a GED diploma is about to get thorny.
Issue: June 2013
Category: Talking Points
Author: by Connie Schultz

19. Reporter’s Requiem
When Edward P. Whelan died in March, he left a legacy of reporting that captures Cleveland in the '70s and '80s.
Issue: May 2013
Category: Talking Points
Author: Michael D. Roberts

20. Work in Progress
As threats to unions spread across the Midwest, Ohio’s organized labor needs to unite to prepare for the next battle.
Issue: April 2013
Category: Talking Points
Author: Connie Schultz

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