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River Maze celebrates 100 years of the area’s history
For eight years, visitors heading toward the Ocoee Gorge from Cleveland during the fall have likely passed by corn cut into a maze along the way. Some say corn mazes are just good for getting lost,...
Sep 26, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend
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The weight is over: How Dominique Craigmiles lost a whopping 213 pounds in one year
Watching the NBC hit show “The Biggest Loser” for 13 seasons, Dominique Craigmiles was often urged to go on the show and make the lifestyle changes he watched so many other obese people make. But i...
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Museum-worthy art collection discovered in Cleveland
In 1978, Jon Metzger of Cleveland was lauded as a 13-year-old collector in a Banner story by then-Lifestyles Editor Sandra Rowland. More than 30 years later, his collection of autographed photos, l...
Sep 23, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend
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Local couple enjoys the art of upholstery: Why David and Liz Youngdahl are reaping what they sew — success
As a child he was trained by his father to work with his hands in the fine art of carpentry and upholstering. But no one who knew David Youngdahl would have guessed he would make a career out of a ...
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Translating the Bible in Papua New Guinea
What one Lee student learned about sacrifice and appreciation
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Cherokee Chieftain sculpture still a tourist favorite
Kitra Burnham and her friend, Oscar Dillon from Richwood, W.Va., stopped by to visit Cleveland’s Cherokee Chieftain Sept. 3. Burnham has seen 52 of Peter Toth’s famous “Whispering Giants” in person...
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The case of Homer Simpson: Former Cleveland Police Chief executed for murder 83 years ago still fascinates public
The trial, conviction and execution of a man she did not know has fascinated Teresa Newton in a way she is unable to forget as the anniversary of his execution on 9/11 became a disturbing reminder ...
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Cowpea festival set for Saturday: Local chefs prepare to compete with their best recipes
Charleston’s first-ever festival dedicated to cowpeas will play host to a professional cooking competition Sept. 15, allowing area chefs to combine their love of food with the area’s agricultural h...
Sep 12, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend
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‘Heavenly Treasures’ has homeless looking up
For those who think you cannot get something for nothing or that the homeless have no help, there is a small thrift shop in downtown Cleveland that gives back to the poor without asking for anythin...
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Exum Gallery presents ‘Kaleidoscope’ in September
Helen Burton, one of Cleveland’s most celebrated professional artists, will feature a Kaleidoscope of her paintings at the Exum Gallery in Chattanooga from Sept. 14 through Oct. 28. The interpretat...
Sep 09, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend
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