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June 2007

Food + Drink

A Grill Ride

Pairing friendly whites with grilled foods will have your taste buds racing.

Blue Canyon Kitchen & Tavern June Entertainment

Eat Outside Tonight

Greenisland Restaurant

It's time for a cold drink.

News Bites

Voters Win! Voters Win!

In a shocking upset, Cuyahoga County elections officials are held accountable for bungling our right to vote.

We have a bumber crop of farmers' markets.

Worth Your Time: Thyme

You can eat your way around the world.

In the CLE

Answer Man

Art and Soul

Behind the Lens: At the Cleveland Press feature photo shoot.

The June 2007 issue of Cleveland Magazine features a look back at The Cleveland Press. Associate editor Andy Netzel, who wrote the story, also attended the photo sh

Doctored-up Degrees

Harmony & Discord

The Cleveland Orchestra is in a financial crisis, and the plan to fix it isn't going as well as anticipated. Can one of Cleveland's most beloved institutions (even by those who've never seen the inside of Severance Hall) recover?


Life According to Eddie Levert

Lord of the Swing

My Suburban Conversion

I never thought I’d move to a subdivision in a suburb like Avon. But my kids found community there, and so have I.

Natural Beauty

Seen & Heard

Small Business Mom

Spruced-up Suburbs

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 parti

Target Market

The Experience: Swiping Jeff Borroughs' cap on 10-cent Beer Night

When the Press Was News

The Cleveland Press was more than a newspaper. It was Cleveland -- from its emphasis on community to its homegrown staff. Twenty-five years after the final edition, our affection has not faded. Here, reporters, editors, and local leaders share the story behind the stories and remind us why we love the Press.


A Jury of their Peers

Art takes its turn in the sun

Free Music all Summer

Gardening is serious business.

In Focus

Live Music Sounds Better In the Summer

Our annual mash up of art and technology

Picknicking with the Orchestra

Royal Wit

Summer Fun Guide 2007: Web Extra

Fest Forward

Talkin' About Hawkins

Promotional photo from the late 1940s of Bill Hawkins (top) on air at radio station WHK. W. Allen Taylor (bottom) portraying his personal alter ego — a DJ named “The Kid,” with a background photo of himself as a youngster.

The best summer movies are shown outside.

The Boys of Summer

A new exhibit brings a rare trove of Beach Boys memorabilia to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.

The cars come out.

The worlds best roller coasters are an hour away

University Circle takes it outside

We have a bunch of home teams to root, root, root for.

We're sweet on corn.

At Home

Check out your neighbor's open house without looking obvious.

Enclaves: Chagrin Falls

1,268 single-family homes | Median home value: $252,100

Help! My son's Little League coach keeps flirting with me.

How to keep the coyotes (or other, less scary critters) at bay.

How to throw a great backyard get-together

How to welcome a new neighbor

Is it OK to discipline other people's children?

Keep your family safe in a fire.

Life, Loft and Happiness

It turns out glass, steel and slate aren’t cold at all. They’re inviting and cozy — the perfect backdrop to a Tremont home that is at once a personal museum, entertainment mecca and place of respite.

Outdoor fireplaces are hot

Rating the Suburbs Avon Lake

Rating the Suburbs Mayfield Village

Rating the Suburbs Moreland Hills

Rating the Suburbs Solon

Rating the Suburbs Twinsburg

So your neighbor's fence is on your property. Now what?

Solve your conflicts — peacefully.

The best holiday decorations are inflatable

The Neighborhood Lawn Care Kid is dead

The Truth is you've seen your neighbor naked

There are Treasures to be found on the tree lawn

Win with the zoning board.

You caught your neighbor cheating.

Your neighbor's hot tub is the coolest

Travel & Outdoors

Beaches In Cleveland

Blue Blazes

Scattered around Ohio are thousands of little blue markings that can lead you on a Thoreau-esque, 1,400-mile trek otherwise known as the Buckeye Trail.

How many other cities have their own islands?

Our parks come alive

Triathlon season returns.

We have a national park in our backyard.

You can run just for fun.

You can take your workout outdoors.