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Magazine Archive

October 2013

Food + Drink

Craft Project

Updated version

Fits the Bill

Grill Ride

After 93 years, Sevenson's Bar in Euclid is moving. We stopped for one last burger.

Home Slice

Everybody has a favorite, whether it's thin crust, deep-dish or veggie. Dig into our ultimate local pizza pie.

News Bites

Noodling Around

Tree for All

The Oak Barrel puts Demetrious Atheneos and a popular dining trend to the test.

In the CLE


An Unpopular View

Cable Deal

What you need to know about the Cleveland SkyLift.

Farm Raised

Food for Thought

Brandon Chrostowski plans to use his first restaurant as a training ground and springboard for former felons. Can he make it work?

Ha-ha Kitty

A frisky Cleveland Heights tabby takes a swipe at online fame.

Life After Harvey

Three years after comic book legend Harvey Pekar's death, Joyce Brabner, his widow, fights to preserve his legacy and emerges as an artist in her own right.

Million-dollar Challenger

Ken Lanci brings a busload of eccentricity and anger toward the state of Cleveland's neighborhoods to his run for mayor.

Missing Dawg

River Crossings

The old black-divide is breaking down as young people of all races migrate west.

Scare Tactics

Choosing a haunted house shouldn't keep you up at night. Follow the perilous paths below to find out which spooky attraction is fright for you ... if you dare.

That Old Kid of Mine

Tweet Smarts

The @NHLinCLE breaks the ice on netting a National Hockey League Team

Wait Listed


Beauty Beneath

Brush Strokes

Lasting Impression

Cleveland State University showcases Miles Davis' rarely seen collaborative paintings.

Price Point

Stage Fright

We rate the fear factor of local shows this month. 

Wry Spy

Comedian Wanda Sykes reveals her secrete past and what you won't see during her visit this month.


Fall For Color

As temperatures dip, warm up your wardrobe with these pieces in our favorite autumn hues.

Mix Master

Let Blush Boutique spice up your wardrobe with its lineup of women's attire fit for a soccer game or a business meeting.


Learning Curve

Some schools have flipped the classroom to create a better learning environment. Plus, we give you  a cheat sheet on changes to the SAT and Ohio Graduation Test.