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Magazine Archive

March 2010

Food + Drink

Amped Up

Dessert for Dinner

Easy as ABC

News Bites

Simply Italian

In the CLE

A City Re-imagined

At the Tipping Point

Indifferent citizens have allowed the city and county to reach the edge of despair.  It's time to forget our obsession with sports and think about survival.

Beachland Bash

Fan with a Plan

Tony Madalone is a big Josh Cribbs supporter. He also owns a company that makes T-shirts.

Inside the Emerald City

A St. Paddy's Day parade organizer shares his suggestions for taking in a Cleveland tradition.


Seen and Heard

Stand-Up Guy Sits Down

Target Market

Tear it Down

Foreclosure, sprawl and a sagging economy have left a crumbling American Dream in their wake. These ruins remain, scarring our city. But there is hope for a fresh start.

TV Guy

Tim Lones reruns media memories on the Web.

Winning $250,000 on a TV game show

Roger Storm, 60, of Strongsville, is the digital learning network coordinator at NASA's Glenn Research Center. The former Fairview Park High School chemistry techer and father or eight was a contestant on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire in February 2


Discovery Channels

Green Days

For The Boys from the County Hell, St. Patrick’s Day is always a test of endurance — and, no, it has nothing to do with drinking.

Reviving a Legacy

World Series


Ask Frenchye

The Petite Sophisticate

Elegance can start early with unique European clothing for children at Baci.

Thrift Scores

New clothes are great, but they don't offer the air of mystery that comes from an afternoon of scouring crowded racks for well-worn finds.

Travel & Outdoors

Fest Stops

Festivals are sure bets for tasty food, tacky get-ups and cheap entertainment. We found five that will have you eating cheeseburgers in Michigan paradise, singing along with more than 800 bands in Milwaukee, sipping Riesling by a NASCAR track in New York&

Fest Stops: Canadian Tulip Festival

Fest Stops: Cheeseburger in Caseville

Fest Stops: Finger Lakes Wine Festival

Fest Stops: Pierogi Fest

Fest Stops: Summerfest


Best Doctors 2010

Navigating the health care system can be a tough pill to swallow. Start here with some of the more than 900 Northeast Ohio physicians who've made this year's Best Doctors list.

Best Doctors 2010: A kinder kidney removal surgery

Dr. Jonathan Ross

Best Doctors 2010: A new way to predict effectiveness of chemotherapy

Dr. Afshin Dowlati

Best Doctors 2010: Air Force

Dr. Marie Budev

Best Doctors 2010: An alternative to blood pressure medications

Dr. John Blebea

Best Doctors 2010: Artistic Touch

Dr. Marc Gillinov

Best Doctors 2010: Eliminating Parkinson's symptoms with exercise

Dr. Michael D. Philips

Best Doctors 2010: Frame Work

Dr. John Sontich

Best Doctors 2010: Freezing technique offers options for future

Dr. Tommaso Falcone

Best Doctors 2010: Heart Monitor

Dr. Chandrakant Patel

Best Doctors 2010: Home Remedy

Dr. Peter Degolia

Best Doctors 2010: How To Choose a Primary Care Physician

Best Doctors 2010: How To Deal With a Rare Condition

Best Doctors 2010: How To Decipher the Health Care Debate

Best Doctors 2010: How To Decipher Your Medical Bill

Best Doctors 2010: How To Get a Second Opinion

Best Doctors 2010: How To Know Where to Go

Best Doctors 2010: How To Make Sense of the Cleveland Clinic MyChart

Best Doctors 2010: How To Seek a Referral

Best Doctors 2010: Inoperable tumors meet their match

Dr. Gene Barnett

Best Doctors 2010: Quick Response

Dr. Alan Cohen

Best Doctors 2010: Real-Life Hero

Dr. Raymond Onders

Best Doctors 2010: Screen Savior

Dr. Jean Stevenson


Open Season

Hunting for a private school for your child? Open houses are a chance to check out prospective schools in a low-pressure environment. So make the most of the opportunity with these tried-and-true tips.

The New College Kids

Here's a news flash: An increasing number of undergrads fall into the category of nontraditional student, and area colleges and universities are making going back to school easier for them than ever before.