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Food + Drink
Ride 'em Cowboy
Cowboy Food and Drink.
In the CLE
Stern is out, Roth is in and Rover is heading to Chicago. We offer a guide to the morning mounts who can make that daily dose of gridlock a bit more bearable.
Most Interesting People 2006
One made Oprah's book club; another is attempting the worlds first full face transplant. There's a man who build a mini Taj Mahal out of Legos an another who's using real bricks to construct homes for artists. They're experts on everything from hip hop
Our Most Interesting People
She's traveled the globe helping people. She wants to change the world (and has a plan to do it). She's young, smart, and beautiful. She also happens to be Mrs. Kucinich.
The Marine Moms Tour of Duty
The Paris Island to prepare them for the long absences, constants worry and news reports of casualties. But they don't go through it alone. They are a band of mothers.
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?
Dietitian, Southwest General Health Center.
Building the Perfect Circle
Kathy Coakley Barrie and Dennis Barrie are drawing a new triangle for the Circle.
Cue the Caterpillar
One very hungry caterpillar feasts at Playhouse Square.
Rock of Ages
Kelleys Island is Charles Herndon's studio. Glacial remnants are his medium.
Combining art, technology, and a new perspective.
The GroundWorks Garden
GroundWorks Dance Theater brings grace to the garden.
A Custom Fit
When it came to finding the dwelling of their dreams, these three homeowners didn't hit the real estate market, they remodeled. These three success stories prove renovating your living space may be better than searching for a new one.
From Bare to Beautiful
If your basement is a blank slate, you've got rooms full of untapped potential. Here's what you need to consider before turning that bare space into a usable space.
Want to hire a remodeling firm to do work in your home during 2007? You have some important decisions to make in the next six months. Follow this timeline and you'll be mentally and financially prepared for the undertaking long before the dust st
Don't invite disaster. For best results, follow these four guidelines from local remodeling pros when taking a home improvement project into your own hands.
The Extra Bathroom
Installing an additional bathroom is a common component of basement finishing projects.
Travel & Outdoors
With the Super Bowl on its way and a revival of shopping and dining downtown, Detroit is looking large and in charge.
Great Lakes Options
Sharks await you just outside Cincinnati.
The Art of Plastic Surgery
New Beginnings. A New You - For the New Year.
Beyond the Tooth Fairy
Caring for your children's teeth isn't magic. Just follow some simple advice.
Ease Your Labor Pains
Creating a calm, loving and supportive environment can ease some of the pains of childbirth
How I Lost the Baby Weight
Six moms reveal how they got fit and reclaimed their former bodies after childbirth, so you can too.