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November 2005

Food + Drink

A Glimpse at the Past and the Future: Vue

Bright Young Things

Beaujolais Born in the South of France

Cheap Eats

Drive-thru is dull. But what else can you find when you're looking to dine on a dime? How about great sushi, sandwiches minestrone, thai food and tacos - that's just the start. We serve up 49 delicious dishes - because 49 is cheaper than 50 - that'll e


From Vin Hunter

Heinen's Wine Sleuth Hints the Trail

Getting Things Ship Shape

Waterhouse Restaurant

No Roaming

We Believe in Bubbles

Sparkling Wine from Napa's Silverado region. Beemster's Incredible aged Gouda-style cheese. Winter winemaking in Ohio's Grand River Valley.

In the CLE

A Second Shot

Disco Hangover

Fruit Scoop

Give Me a Q!

Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert has already changed "The Gund" to "The Q." But that's not the only alteration on the map for the wine and gold as the NBA regular season begins this month. We offer you a fan dictionary to help keep every

I Fought the Law

And Guess Who Won?

In This I Believe

Our latest civics slogan needs a youthful spirit behind it, not a self-esteem booster rooted in the past.

Man of the House

As the "Mr. Mom stigma begins to disappear, more fathers are taking on the role of full-time dad. We explore how five families are making it work.

Revenge of the Gym Rat

You remember Danny Ferry, right? The hard working, give you everything-he-has 10 year Cavaliers veteran who was constantly criticized for never reaching "Larry Legend" status? Well, he won two rings in San Antonio. Now he's back in Cleveland as the tea

Snooze for Science

Ever dream of staying in bed for three months? A 31 year old is living it (and getting paid) as part of a joint study between the Cleveland Clinic and NASA. Two thirds of the way through the ordeal, he talked to us about being a human guinea pig.

The Education of Santina Protopapa


"Super Mario" Makes Music

A "Wife" With a Secret

Doug Wrights unlikely heroine takes the Cleveland Play House stage this month in "I Am My Own Wife."

Escape to the Future

Don't be afraid of the robots. CIA's new exhibit explores the fun side of what comes next.

Keith Urban Gets Personal

Word Up

It's time to listen up, Cleveland.

Travel & Outdoors

The Koan of Maryland


A Golden Age for Online Dating

Single, divorced and widowed older daters are turning to the Internet to meet new people, just like thier children and grandchildren do.

Creative Retirement

For six seniors, retirement did not mean slowing down. It meant more time to pursue something they've always wanted to do.