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21. Flying - in space after the Columbia tragedy
Astronaut Charles Hobaugh, who went to North Ridgeville High School, worked closely with the crew of the fallen Columbia flight of 2003. In his first trip to space since the tragedy, he faced a problem similar to what doomed the other shuttle.
Issue: February 2008
Category: Columns
Author: as told to Andy Netzel

22. Living | like a Bonaduce
Jaclyn Bradley moved to Los Angeles to make it as a singer and actress. It took living with Danny Bonaduce as he broke down on VH-1’s “Breaking Bonaduce,” meeting childhood idols and living a lifestyle that still seems surreal to realize what she really wanted out of life. (Hint: It’s here in Northeast Ohio.)
Issue: January 2008
Category: Columns
Author: by Jaclyn Bradley as told to Andy Netzel

23. I walked across Lake Erie … Alone
Issue: December 2007 Issue
Category: Columns
Author: Dave Voelker

24. Cycling Across the Country
Charles Barr, a member of The Cleveland Orchestra, was killed Aug. 11, 2006, when he was struck by a pickup truck during an afternoon bike ride in Cleveland Heights. He was 31. In memorial, Richard Waugh rode his bicycle all the way across the United States.
Issue: November 2007
Category: Columns
Author: Richard Waugh

25. Seeing a living unicorn
Twenty-two years ago, television advertisements by Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus promised children an opportunity to see a unicorn at the Richfield Coliseum. How could anyone pass up that opportunity?
Issue: September 2007 Issue
Category: Columns
Author: Matt Tullis

26. Fighting whale hunters in the Antartic
Mentor-native Ryan Rittenhouse did more than recycle a few cans in his quest to protect the environment. He went out to sea and became a pirate.
Issue: August 2007 Issue
Category: Columns
Author: as told to Dave “Coondog” O’Karma

27. Surviving a Plane Crash
Hinckley resident Bob Nieto hated seeing his 1966 Alon Aircoupe sitting unused in its hangar. So he decided to sell the two-seater propeller plane to someone who could use it more and to rely on rentals to take care of his flying impulses. Before parting with it, though, he planned one more flight with his buddy Brian McGreen of Parma.
Issue: June 2007 Issue
Category: Columns
Author: Bob Nieto as told to Andy Netzel

28. The Experience: Swiping Jeff Borroughs' cap on 10-cent Beer Night
Issue: June 2007 Issue
Category: Columns
Author: by Terry Yerkic as told to Andy Netzel

29. Marrying a Catholic priest
Though priests are mandated by the Roman Catholic Church to remain celibate and unmarried, Linda and Phil Marcin were called to marriage and wed in 1982. Linda’s husband was laicized, forbidding him from performing priestly duties. But since canon law says “once validly received, sacred ordination never becomes invalid,’’ Phil Marcin still performs baptisms, serves Holy Communion and completes other priestly duties when asked by everyday folks.
Issue: May 2007 Issue
Category: Columns
Author: Andy Netzel

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