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Cleveland magazine podcasts

PodcastsEach month Cleveland Magazine produces a new podcast highlighting some of the best stories in the issue. Listeners will get restaurant recommendations, ideas for things to do around the city and hear about the important issues that impact Cleveland and Northeast Ohio.  Podcasts are hosted by Cleveland Magazine editor Steve Gleydura and Cleveland Magazine marketing director Lisa Sands.
 

 

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  • Editor Steve Gleydura and assistant editor Jason Brill discuss October’s “Best of Cleveland” issue with George Vlosich of GV Art & Design. Plus Jon Stahl talks about his ideas for the Cleveland Skylift.

  • Editor Steve Gleydura and assistant editor Jason Brill discuss the September "Why We Love Football" cover story with WTAM 1100's Andre Knott. Plus associate editor Jillian Kramer talks about this month's fall getaways, including her trip to Pennsylvania's wine country.

  • Editor Steve Gleydura and features editor Kim Schneider discuss the August Iconic Homes issue with Cleveland State's Tom Bier. Plus senior editor Erick Trickey talks about the amazing story of Yvonne Pointer.

  • Editor Steve Gleydura and features editor Kim Schneider discuss this month's Explore Our National Park issue with managing editor Jim Vickers. Plus Joe Kahn, owner of Barrio, talks about patio dining and the restaurant's Choco taco.

  • Editor Steve Gleydura and features editor Kim Schneider discuss this month's Rating the Suburbs issue. Plus comedian, author and Internet celebrity Mike Polk Jr. takes our Suburban Field Guide quiz and Newsradio 1100 WTAM Indians beat reporter Nick Camino talks Tribe and growing up in Solon, this year's No. 1 suburb.

  • Editor Steve Gleydura and Arts & Entertainment editor Justin Williams discuss this month's Best of Cleveland issue. Plus MOCA Cleveland chief curator David Norr gives us a look at the museum's new building, which opens this month, and Rust Belt Welding's Grant Smrekar talks rusty metal, bike racks and creating unique places with art.

  • Editor Steve Gleydura and Features Editor Kim Schneider discuss this month's Private Schools issue and some fabulous fall getaways. Plus ESPN 850 WKNR's Browns beat reporter Tony Grossi, who profiled Trent Richardson for the September issue, talks about the rookie running back, new team owner and prospects for the season.


Cleveland Magazine August 2012 Podcast

  • Editor Steve Gleydura gets a behind the scenes look at this month's "Amazing Spaces" cover package from features editor Kim Schneider and art director Kristen Miller. Plus contributor Lane Strauss discusses his run at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas and gives us an insider's look at Cleveland's Horseshoe Casino.


  • Editor Steve Gleydura and managing editor Jim Vickers talk about this month's "Best Restaurants" cover story. Plus Andrea Vecchio, co-host and producer of WKYC TV-3's Good Company, discusses her role in the summer blockbuster The Avengers, which was partially shot in Cleveland.

  • Editor Steve Gleydura and managing editor Jim Vickers talk about this month's "25 Reasons We Rock" feature story in honor of the Rock Hall Induction Ceremonies. Plus Cindy Barber, owner of the Beachland Ballroom, discusses some of her favorite local bands, memories of concerts past, and the admissions tax for concert clubs. And Positively Cleveland's Lexi Hotchkiss picks some of her hidden gems for being a tourist in your town.

  • Editor Steve Gleydura and managing editor Jim Vickers talk about this month's "Best Doctors" cover story. Plus Dennis Barrie, creative director of Las Vegas' new Mob Museum discusses Cleveland's connection to the Vegas attraction, the Rock Hall inductions and more. And author James Renner talks about his new novel, The Man From Primrose Lane.  

  • Editor Steve Gleydura and managing editor Jim Vickers talk about this month's "Most Interesting People." Plus Dustin Fox of 92.3 FM The Fan discusses Colt McCoy, Cleveland fans, Jim Tressel, Urban Meyer and Kyrie Irving. And AMP 150's new chef Jeff Jarrett fills us in on the restaurant's farm-to-table focus, what's new on the menu and what it's like running a hotel restaurant.

  • Editor Steve Gleydura and managing editor Jim Vickers talk about this month's "Classic Cleveland" issue with Cleveland Magazine's Erick Trickey, who gives us a peek inside St. Theodosius Cathedral, Grays Armory and more. Plus Danielle DeBoe, of The Dredgers Union, Room Service and Made in the 216, gives us great advice for shopping local this holiday season. And Thirsty Dog Brewing Co.'s John Najeway adds some cheer with his thoughts on Christmas ales and the brewery's upcoming 15th anniversary.

  • Editor Steve Gleydura and managing editor Jim Vickers talk about this month's "Bar Eats" issue with Chris Lieb, owner of the Tremont Taphouse. Plus former Clevelander and Esquire writer at large Scott Raab talks about the NBA lockout, tailgating at the Browns-Seahawks game and his new book The Whore of Akron: One Man's Search for the Soul of LeBron James.

  • Editor Steve Gleydura and managing editor Jim Vickers talk about this month's "Best of Cleveland" issue with TV3's Mark Nolan, voted Best Male News Anchor by Cleveland Magazine readers. Plus former NFL All-Pro LeCharles Bentley, co-host of ESPN 850's "X's & O's with the Pros," talks Browns and Buckeyes football, and author Matthew Chojnacki discusses his new book "Put the Needle on the Record: The 1980s at 45 Revolutions Per Minute."

Cleveland Magazine's September 2011 Podcast
  • Editor Steve Gleydura and managing editor Jim Vickers talk about this month's "Fall Arts & Entertainment Guide" with features editor Kim Schneider. Plus freelance writer Sarah K. McDonald explores Richmond, Va., as a part of our "Fall Getaways" cover story. And we discuss beer, Dave Grohl and the upcoming Best of Cleveland event.


Cleveland Magazine's July 2011 Podcast
  • Editor Steve Gleydura and associate editor Beth Stallings talk about this month's "How We Rate" cover story with managing editor Jim Vickers. Plus Cleveland Rowing Foundation chairman Bob Valerian discusses the new Rivergate Park, the allure of the Cuyahoga River and the redevelopment of the Flats. And Alonzo Mitchell preps us for the four-day celebration, service project and concert known as the Ohio Homecoming.


Cleveland Magazine's June 2011 Podcast
  • Editor Steve Gleydura and associate editor Beth Stallings talk about this month's "Best Restaurants" cover story. Plus chef Demetrios Atheneos of Deagan's Kitchen & Bar talks about being named Best New Restaurant. And former longtime Cleveland Magazine editor and current columnist Michael D. Roberts discusses Cleveland's $1 billion in downtown projects and how the city could once again be making a huge planning mistake.


Cleveland Magazine's May 2011 Podcast
  • Editor Steve Gleydura and associate editor Beth Stallings talk about this month's "Best Restaurants" cover story. Plus chef Demetrios Atheneos of Deagan's Kitchen & Bar talks about being named Best New Restaurant. And former longtime Cleveland Magazine editor and current columnist Michael D. Roberts discusses Cleveland's $1 billion in downtown projects and how the city could once again be making a huge planning mistake.


Cleveland Magazine's April 2011 Podcast
  • Editor Steve Gleydura and associate editor Beth Stallings talk about this month's "City List" cover story. Plus WKYC Channel 3 meteorologist and April cover girl Betsy Kling discusses her Cleveland favorites, including the new piece of jewelry she found while on the cover shoot at Sweet Lorain. And senior editor Erick Trickey joins us to talk about his profile of Cleveland Metropolitan School District interim CEO Peter Raskind and his plans to cut $74 million out of the schools budget.


Cleveland Magazine's February 2011 Podcast
  • Editor Steve Gleydura and associate editor Beth Stallings talk about this month's "Sexy Singles" cover story. Plus Newschannel 5 morning anchor and February cover girl Kimberly Gill discusses what it's like to be single in our town, her first kiss and some Valentine's Day advice. And our hosts dig in to takeout food, including the joys of good carryout containers and where to find great grub to grab and go.



Cleveland Magazine's December 2010 Podcasts
  • Editor Steve Gleydura and associate editor Beth Stallings talk about this month's cover story "Explore Winter." Plus an interview with Kurt Schloss, Cleveland Indians senior director of merchandising, who discusses the Tribe has transformed Progressive Field into a winter wonderland. And senior editor Colleen Smitek talks about her profile of Tom Fulton and the amazing things happening onstage at the Chagrin Falls Performing Arts Academy.

  • Steve and Lisa talk to Chef Marlin Kaplan, one of the winners highlighted in the Best of Cleveland issue. Kaplan is host of Tailgate 19, and winner of "Best Cooking Show." Catch his program Sundays on WOIO CBS 19. He shares some delicious alternatives to standard tailgate fare. Also, Cleveland-based industrial artist Kevin Busta talks about his journey from boilermaker to industrial design phenomenon. Some of Busta's pieces have been purchased by Ralph Lauren and Mark Wahlberg. Get the scoop on some of the other Best of Cleveland issue winners and hear some of Steve and Lisa's favorites.

  • Steve and Lisa head "back to school" and talk to Steve Murray, with the Cleveland Council of Independent Schools, about selecting a private school for your child. And, enjoy a fall arts and culture preview with Steve Citerin, assistant director of marketing at PlayhouseSquare.


Cleveland Magazine's August 2010 Podcast
  • This week's podcast features Lisa's interview with writer Colleen Smitek on the most amazing and expensive homes on Cleveland's lakefront. And Steve, never at a loss for words when it comes to local sports, talks with WTAM 1100 sports director Mike Snyder on the upcoming season, including the high school sports outlook.
  • Steve and Lisa talk cover the July issue which is all about the great outdoors! July in Cleveland means blueberries, sweet corn and cocktails, and maybe a bit of physical activity. They discover some interesting things to look for in the Metroparks from Bob Hinkle, chief naturalist for the system. Also, what are Clevelanders drinking this summer season? Chris Kneeland from the Rosewood Grille talks about cocktails and ales that taste great on a steamy afternoon.

  • Steve and Lisa discuss their most popular issue of the year.  See what suburb comes out on top in June's "Rating the Suburbs feature, always a favorite topic of discussion. Guest Barry Gabel from Live Nation talks about their hot line up of summer concerts with something for everyone at many popular local venues. Featured music is from the Jack Fords, playing this month at the Beachland Ballroom.


  • This month is extra-special because we debut our newly redesigned magazine. Also, the May Silver Spoon Awards issue is a staff and reader favorite. We talk to Jonathon Sawyer, chef and owner of the Greenhouse Tavern, this year's winner of Best New Restaurant. Staying with the "green theme," we visit with writer Amber Matheson, about the indoor garden spaces sprouting at the Galleria. Editor Steve Gleydura talks to art director Jennifer Kessen about the fresh new look of the magazine.
    Featured music is from The Whiskey Kings latest CD.
  • Our podcast is aflame (har har) with talk about how the burning of the Cuyahoga River 40 years ago defined us as Clevelanders. We also talk to wannabe rocker Dave "Coondog" O'Karma and with senior editor Colleen Mytnick about Northeast Ohio's grandest old homes. To see Coondog perform live, go to www.myspace.com/runningoutoftimeband 
  • On our two-year anniversary podcast, we talk food with Iron Chef Michael Symon, summer fun with Q104's Jen Toohey and, of course, Rating The Suburbs, here on the second anniversary of our podcast.
  • It's Silver Spoons, and we get you salivating with talk of the best restaurants in town, Singer/Songwriter Kate Voegele of One Tree Hill fame talks about her upcoming concert at the House of Blues and we talk Cavs with Cleveland sportscaster Mark "Munch" Bishop in a May podcast PACKED with Clevelandy goodness.
  • In April's edition of the podcast we get the INSIDE inside story of how TV-3's Andrea Vecchio wound up on our cover. (Not quite an indecent proposal, but a must-listen!) We also talk about exploring the neighborhoods of Cleveland, and we listen to senior editor Colleen Mytnick's go-simple experiment, where she did not splurge on even a cup of coffee for a month! We're brought into this podcast by singer/songwriter Wendy Poltorek, who can be found at www.myspace.com/wendypoltorek.  

  • In February's podcast, we talk about being single in town with this month's cover girl, TV-8's Melissa Mack. We also talk about how to do, well, just about everything a Clevelander should know how to do, and we get a sneak preview of Goodyear, Ariz. from the Cleveland Indians' Bob DiBiasio.

  • This month we talk about Monica Potter showing some skin on our cover, we interview Brad Ricca on Cleveland's Superman connections and we hear about life after ditching technology with writer Andy Netzel. One of our Most Interesting People, John Petkovic and his band Cobra Verde provides musical accompaniment.


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