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September 2007

Food + Drink

Argentinean Altitude

Traditionally known as a French varietal, Malbec reaches new heights in South America.

Hoggy's Barn & Grille

Light Bistro: A Bright Idea

Small plates of pickled shrimp in chili broth and flatbread with arugula and goat cheese make for a tasty happy-hour graze.

News Bites

Welcome to Dante's Inferno

Dante Boccuzzi grew up in Parma, went off to New York, learned from famed chef Charlie Palmer and cooked for Robert De Niro. Now, he’s back home and about to transform Lockkeepers into something that’s more sleek, modern and cool —

In the CLE

And Another Thing

Gown to Business


Out of Thin Air

More than 50 years after the Cleveland National Air Race’s famous flying machines, Mike and Ike, disappeared, Karl Engelskirger and Tom Matowitz are bringing them out of retirement.

Pork Roast

With his “News from the Pork Barrel Buffet” newsletter, Cuyahoga County Republican Party chairman Rob Frost is trying to cook Jimmy Dimora and the county commissioners for their handling of the Ameritrust Tower and the sales-tax increase. But

Roast Buster

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?

Tower Outage

Towering Questions

Web Sighting

You Can Run, But You Can't Hide

Shaker Heights' mayor's angry letter about the magazine's "Rating the Suburbs" issue speaks to larger concerns: suburban mayors' fears of decline and their attempts to bring the region together.


50 Years of Janus Films

A Christmas Story Convention

American Reflections

Attention Span: A Festival of 10 minute plays

Back to Ohio

Rock icon and animal-rights activist Chrissie Hynde returns to her native Akron Sept. 15 to cut the ribbon on a new vegetarian restaurant she and her business partners will soon open in the Rubber City. She recently gave us the d

Big day, small stage

Black Nativity

Cash Machine

Cleveland Goes Modern: Modernism in OUR Homes, 1940-1970

Cleveland Institute of Art

Cleveland pops Music of Champions

Disney's High School Musical


Forbidden Broadway: Special Victims Unit

Groundworks Dancetheater

Hunt Slonem's Angels and Saints

Impressionist And Modern Masters From the Cleveland Museum of Art

Lebron Watch

Markus Pierson's A Sentinel Mentality

Martha Graham Dance Company

Paging Peggy Lee

Queen Latifah

Spirit Guide

Gary Spinosa's enigmatic sculputre, featured this month at The Sculpture Center, all begin as exercises in spontaneity that end up emanating a deep, philosphical heft.

The Killers

The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley

At Home

Glam Gray


Artistic Statement

Organic themes and decorative touches color Eton Chagrin Boulevard's bliS

Cleveland Style