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Believe it or not, the holidays are right around the corner. If you procrastinate like us, you probably still need some gift ideas. No matter who’s on your list, jstyle’s got you covered with a gift recommendation guide. For extra inspiration, we’ve included some heartwarming stories of gifts that go beyond the material. Look chic on the holiday party circuit – check out the newest trends in footwear and fashion jewelry. Spice up your celebration with hot and cool winter cocktails, featured in this issue. If you’re not the party type, curl up in front of a roaring fire with your jstyle and read about some special dogs – and their owners. You’ll also meet the local artist who founded an

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Arty items for the home are perfect for couples or as host gifts. Pennello Gallery offers unique pepper mills by Maine-based Dailey Woodworking and sculptural menorahs by North Carolina artist Sue Treuman.

uplifting

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CHANUKAH

“These are beautiful neck-

brings glowing

laces and earrings,” Sachs

menorahs, spinning dreidels, sizzling

says. “The artist uses sterling or

latkes and festive parties.

vermeil

And, of course, holiday gifts.

semiprecious

stones. We like that they’re

But what do little boys really

domestically made. It’s impor-

want? What will your hair stylists

tant to take care of your own.”

appreciate? And what will make Fido

Women also adore vases,

wag his tail? jstyle presents unique

matzah holders, mezuzot and

ideas for every budget and hard-to-

tabletop

please person (or canine) on your

pieces

from

the

Metalace Art Collection by

gift list.

Israeli Talia Abraham ($99-

Ready, set, shop! Chanukah arrives “early” (Dec. 1) this year.

Give her the personalized touch with a monogrammed quilted cosmetic bag from The Bee’s Knees.

$360), available at Pennello Gallery in Little Italy. “It’s stainless steel that we

FOR HER: Selecting clothes to suit a woman’s personal taste can be tricky.

call the new silver because it doesn’t tarnish,” says Sue Cahn, who

But what lady wouldn’t love a luxurious cashmere sweater? Orvis at

owns the gallery with Jacquie Meyerson and Howard Koverman. “It’s

Eton Chagrin Boulevard offers cashmere wraps, turtlenecks, crew

‘jewelry’ for the home, and it looks like lace.”

necks with buttons and other styles ($39-$200). “When someone receives a nice, soft cashmere sweater, it really means something,” says store manager Blair Cameron. A lady can never have too much jewelry, says Rita Sachs, who co-

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Monogrammed quilted cosmetic bags with pretty ribbons ($30$40) and personalized paper from notepads ($22) to engraved stationery (prices vary) are popular items at The Bee’s Knees stationery and gift shop in Chagrin Falls.

owns Eton’s Mulholland & Sachs Gifts with daughter Anne Mulholland.

“People think everything’s done by email, but there’s a great sec-

She suggests handmade B. Fatica pieces ($100-$250), which are

tion of the population that still believes in letter writing,” says owner

fashioned in Aurora.

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Girls will also have a blast

FOR HIM:

making

The angler on your list will

their

own

perfume

($10.95) at Dazzle in Chagrin

appreciate a Helios fly rod ($775$850). Available at Orvis, this

Falls. “They pick their own scent

responsive and strong fishing rod

and add beads and colored crys-

is the lightest on the market. “It’s

tals,” says Missy Natale, who owns

truly

the store with Marcy Wrobel.

a

wonder

of

nature,”

Young gals also love tinkering

Cameron enthuses.

with the décor in their bedrooms,

Priced at $21.95, Mullholland & Sachs offers a line of New

Natale says. Dazzle offers sparkly

Yorker cartoon books with golf,

wall words ($16), beaded curtains

baseball, technology and other

($26), specialty nightlights ($16),

male-centric themes. Sachs also

crystal chandeliers ($16-$45) and paper

suggests marble coasters ($13.50 each or $54 for a set of four) featuring bird photographs taken by Ferol Parmalee of Shaker Heights. “There’s not a man who wouldn’t put one on his desk or conference table,” Sachs promises. Present your favorite oenophile with a combination corkscrew and wine stopper ($36) from Pennello

For dad: New Yorker cartoon books from Mullholland & Sachs. For junior: hand-painted alarm clock from Pennello Gallery or game from Mullholland & Sachs.

lanterns ($6). “It gives them an opportunity to change their room a bit with just accessories without having to do a total remake of their room,” she says. Pennello Gallery offers whimsical handpainted alarm clocks ($19), including a baseball-themed clock with a mitt on the second hand and a peace-sign clock with a dove on the minute hand.

Gallery. “Each piece is handmade

And don’t forget infants. Pennello car-

by a woodmaker in Maine from

ries handmade baby bibs ($20)

burled box-elder and some acrylic

that say, “Party 2 AM, My Crib,

with stainless steel,” Cahn explains.

BYOB”

and

“I’m

on

Facebook.”

For grill enthusiasts, Pennello offers decorative handforged

Baby blankets by Little

iron barbecue skewers by local artist Stephen Yusko for Rose Iron Work. A set of six is $90; a set with a sculptural dis-

Giraffe and Barefoot Dreams

play stand is $180.

($25-$50) are also great baby gifts, notes Harper of The Bee’s

The King’s Pad ($65) is the most

Knees.

popular men’s gift at The Bee’s Knees. Made in San Antonio, it consists of 200 sheets of quality paper set in a mahogany leather case that is gold stamped with the recipient’s initials. Silver-plated monogrammed bottle stoppers ($25) are perennial favorites, too.

FOR HOSTS, TEACHERS, HAIR STYLISTS, AND OTHERS: For a hostess gift designed to impress, Cuffs in Chagrin Falls offers a 2005 Chateau Mouton Rothschild Bordeaux ($1,395). The cabernet-merlot blend, an investment wine designed to shelve for 20 years, will lose its fruity edge to develop earthy, licorice tones with a velvety finish when mature.

FOR KIDS AND TEENS:

Not quite in your budget? Cuffs also offers a variety of wines and

The Streamline Outfit ($200) is perfect for beginning anglers. “It’s

champagnes at many price points, including a 2003 Chateau Majosse

a rod, reel, line, and everything a child needs to get into the sport,”

Bordeaux ($14.95) that can be enjoyed now. Custom-designed gift

says Cameron of Orvis.

baskets are also available.

Children will adore the Quiddler or Five Crowns card games ($12)

Business associates and others will appreciate truffle-infused prod-

from Mulholland & Sachs. “They can play by themselves or with their

ucts from Sardinia ($7.50-$17.95). Cuffs can assemble an array of

75-year-old granny,” Sachs says. “They’re small so you can carry them

balsamic vinegar, olive oil, polenta, pasta and other gourmet offerings.

over the weekend, and you can sit in an airport and car to play.” Girls love anything from Vera Bradley ($12-$51), including desk accessories, pocket wallets, card holders and ribbon boards.

Cire Trudon candles ($75) are seasonal favorites, adds Zachary Kowall of Cuffs. Made by a Parisian candlemaker dating back to the 19th century, the long-burning distinct scents include Spiritus Sancti, ¢ CLEVELAND JEWISH NEWS

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Dazzle offers girlie gifts ranging from bedazzled duffles and flip-flops to make-your-own perfumes.

a holiday offering featuring frankincense, and Lily of the Valley. Handmade glycerine soap ($9), glass heart-shaped paperweights ($29), and Israeli-made resin keychains that mimic glass ($18-$29) are affordable and appreciated gifts for all the “others” on your list, says Pennello’s Cahn.

FOR PETS AND PET LOVERS: Pamper your favorite pooch with a fleece wraparound dog bed ($79-$129), available in three sizes and several colors at Orvis. Mulholland & Sachs offers photo frames for dogs and cats (starting at $18), as well as cutely packaged food biscuits and treats (prices

Harper of The Bee’s Knees suggests crystal monogrammed glass-

vary).

es and ice buckets ($86) and personalized pads of paper ($22).

“When people go to someone’s house, (the hosts) may not need

Recipients will get a kick out of the Weekend Waterford collection,

anything, but they love their cat or dog, so it’s nice to bring a treat for

which features 10 plastic glasses with 25 napkins ($22.50).

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the

gift of giving

SURE, it’s exciting to unwrap presents. But for two

to give to that person,” says Hoccheiser, who still

Clevelanders, the old adage rings true: “It’s better to

keeps in touch with the boy’s mother. Ilene Schwartz, also of University Heights, calls

give than to receive.” And giving doesn’t always have to

herself a “single woman with no kids, questionable cook-

mean material goods. Three years ago, Joe Hoccheiser of University Heights donated bone marrow to a 14-year-old boy he had never met. He was matched with the youngster several years after registering with the Gift of Life bone marrow registry.

ing skills, and the smallest house of all.” Hosting Rosh Hashanah or Passover isn’t plausible, so she claimed Chanukah as her holiday about 20 years ago. “Each year we gather in my cramped but cozy house,” she says.

“I got excited when I found out I was a match,” he says. “When I

“It started out with just family. But, as the family sadly grew smaller, I

was 14, a classmate passed away of blood cancer, so there was a lit-

decided to mix it up a bit and invite friends – some Jewish, some

tle bit of a personal connection.”

not – and of course, their kids.”

After several delays, Hoccheiser and his wife traveled to the

The parties have been memorable. One year, Schwartz made

University of Maryland. “They basically drilled two holes into my pelvic

Chanukah Happy Meals for the youngsters, complete with blue and

bone and extracted about two liters of bone marrow,” he says.

white bags containing nuggets and fries. Another year, pre-teen guests

A month later, he received word that the recipient’s body accepted the donation. After a year, he was allowed to contact the recipient and his mother, who live in Florida. After learning the youngster’s mother kept a blog on the website CaringBridge, Hoccheiser read accounts of her son’s illness. It was surreal, exciting and odd to read the mother’s description of the “mystery man who is saving my son’s life,” he says. “I was able to give something to someone that no one else was able

held a photo contest, and Schwartz “ended up with dozens of shots of my toilet and other less-than-flattering body parts.” Her cousin Arlene and several friends help her fry latkes and set up the day before the party. The kids are getting older, but everyone is still excited about having Chanukah at Schwartz’s house. “This party is my special gift to my family and friends,” she says, “but having them all to celebrate with is the best Chanukah gift I could ever hope for.”

– N.P.L.

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Jimmy Choo “Private” cuff glitter sandal from Saks, $950

Mui Mui “Ribe” pumps from Saks, $560

shoein THIS fall, it’s all about sex appeal and femininity when it comes to footwear. From the must-have item of the season, thigh-high boots (see the cover), to animal prints, sequins, beads and cut-outs, designers have ramped up the vamp factor for feet. Combining masculine and feminine looks is also big this season. Look for military-style booties with softening details such as studs or peep toes. Whatever look you choose, make sure to step out with style!

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Tory Burch sequin “Reva” ballet flat from Saks, $235

Sam Edelman putter suede bootie from Knuth’s, $99

Donald J. Pliner pewter beaded pump from Amy’s, $460

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jewelry

with attitude Chunky necklaces with colorful stones are a popular choice for the arty fashionista. From The O Gallery.

fashion jewelry makes a statement without breaking the bank by natalie bauman

DIAMONDS may be a girl’s best friend, but there’s nothing like a jewelry box overflowing with affordable, eye-popping pieces to make a girl shout, “Here I am!” Once considered “costume” jewelry,

tion-starting pieces from jewelry lines only shown and sold at home parties. “Wearable art” is jewelry with attitude, fit for Cleveland’s edgy, artistic community and suburbanites alike. Local jewelry

everyday fashion jewelry is taking over the

designers are marketing original

accessory scene. From custom pieces made of

head-turning pieces on websites like

found elements and recycled materials to choose-ityourself charm bracelets, area artists and boutiques are upping the ante on show-stopping jewelry. Women are also finding conversa-

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friendly options for making a â&#x20AC;&#x153;wowâ&#x20AC;? fashion statement. Kristen Olsen and her business partner Jenna Fournier fill LaPlĂĄceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s The O Gallery with cutting-edge accessories by local artisans. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d been seeing asymmetrical designs in necklaces, colorful natural stonework like sea glass, and big chunky rings created by the talented people in our backyard,â&#x20AC;? Olsen says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Then those kind of designs started popping up in Vogue.â&#x20AC;? Olsen believes the quirky, eclectic taste reflected in her galleryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s jewelry selection allows people to find something that is a reflection of themselves, providing them with an affordable way to feel unique.

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Brenda Casey-Hughes. Each one is created from beads made in a range of colors and materials, including Murano glass, gemstones, sterling silver and crystals. Casey-Hughes touts the Chamilia line of charms, which â&#x20AC;&#x153;allows women to reflect their personality and whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s important to themâ&#x20AC;? through charms that represent their children, hobbies, and ideals, as well as some that are just plain pretty. Although watches have taken a backseat to cell phones and ¢

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Arm yourself with funky bracelets like the Neptune bracelet from Lia Sophia, left, or a crystal and leather bangle by Nicole Richie’s House of Harlow 1960 line from The Black Orchid.

BlackBerries as practical timepieces, big-faced statement watches

laces worn alone, layered or doubled to create versatile looks,” she

have emerged this year as a “must-have” fashion item. “Boyfriend”

reports. Many of the line’s dark metal finishes, like hematite and brown

watches, similar in size to a man’s watch with either a metal or ceram-

gold, work well with the enamels and pearls that are prominent in the

ic band, look big and bold on a woman’s wrist. In Style Accessories

2010 style palette.

carries affordable colored silicon watchbands, interchangeable to fin-

In tough financial times, a little bauble goes a long way, freshening up an outfit and putting a hop in your step. “People are always going

ish any outfit. Some shoppers have discovered that jewelry can come to you

to consider investing in a diamond ring or diamond stud earrings, but

through home-based parties featuring a national line’s local sales rep.

they’re going to enjoy jewelry that they can change with their outfits,”

My Hang Truong, unit manager with Lia Sophia jewelry line, is on top

says Casey-Hughes.

of what’s selling at the home parties she works. “The latest styles are rings with bold designs, bracelets in multiples or sets, and long neck-

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by arlene fine CLEOPATRA had to rely on lead sulphite and distilled spices, herbs and roots to create the cosmetics that turned her alluring cat-shaped eyes into weapons of mass seduction. Nowadays, women don’t have to look any further than their cosmetic kits to go from drab to dynamite. Whether a woman spends $6 or $80 on a moisturizer is up to her, says professional makeup artist Kimberly Seenarine-Pfeifer of Kajal by Kimberly. “I tell my clients the best bet is to do their own research and see which product works best for them,” she says. “Just because something costs the most does not make it better.” But not every woman has the right tools in her makeup arsenal. jstyle asked Seenarine-Pfeifer for her recommendations of makeup “must-haves.” Here are the seven essentials makeup items/tips you need to know:

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The key to selecting the right foundation is matching your skin tone â&#x20AC;&#x201C; either pink or golden. Foundations should contain SPF to protect against the sunâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s harmful UV rays and to prevent extra wrinkles. While drugstore brands may be a better bargain, it is easier to get the right color match for your skin by stepping up to the cosmetic counter and consulting with a trained cosmetician. Recommended drugstore foundation: Lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;OrĂŠal, $11 Recommended high-end foundation: MAC, Bobbi Brown or Chanel, each around $40

Whether you select a curling, lengthening or thickening mascara, you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t need to invest a lot to get the desired effect. However, ophthalmologists highly recommend you use a gentle eye makeup remover at bedtime to prevent infection â&#x20AC;Ś and a site for sore eyes! Mascara should be replaced every three months. Recommended drugstore mascara: Lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;OrĂŠal, $8 Recommended high-end mascara: MAC, $14

bronzers/blushers Bronzers or blushers can provide an instant glow and â&#x20AC;&#x153;wake upâ&#x20AC;? a pale face. When selecting a blush, look for a color that matches your natural skin tone during moments when you are either icy cold or a rosy beauty. Recommended drugstore blush or bronzer: Physicians Formula, $10 Recommended high-end blush or bronzer: MAC or Nars, $25

lipstick When choosing a lipstick, find one that looks good on your face when you are wearing absolutely no makeup. The most flattering lip tones will be one or two shades darker than your natural lip color. To test shades, apply lipstick or gloss to one lip. If that color is just a shade or two deeper than your bare lip, then youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve found your match. Recommended drugstore lipstick: Lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;OrĂŠal or Targetâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Sonia Kashuck makeup line, $8 Recommended high-end lipstick or gloss: MAC, $17

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country home

in the city by marilyn h. karfeld photography by dan morgan / straight shooter

IN December 2004, Lindsey and Yoel were living in New York, enjoying urban amenities but contemplating a move to Cleveland. The Sabbath-observant couple only would move back to Lindseyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hometown if they could have abundant space and land and still walk to synagogue, says Yoel, a New Jersey native. A unique Beachwood neighborhood of big, wooded lots and gracious colonial homes across the street from major shopping ¢

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Country kitchen with granite-topped islands is a kosher cookâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s dream. Wall of windows provides views of the backyard and adjoining wooded park.

plazas and near Orthodox shuls beckoned. But with only 20-some homes in the Community Drive-Union Circle development, finding a house for sale there was a challenge.

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ing their one-bedroom New York apartment. That sale bought them a charming two-story gray home with taupe trim sitting on more than an acre of land, part of the Elizabeth B. Blossom

One day Lindsey got the call. Her aunt had a friend who was selling her

Subdivision Historic District in Beachwood. Listed since 1987 on the

house in the Community Drive neighborhood. The couple promptly flew to

National Register of Historic Places, the development is located at the

Cleveland and bought the property, moving here six months later, after sell-

southwest corner of Cedar and Richmond Roads.

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In 1936, Mrs. Dudley Blossom, whose estate was across the street

Originally a private subdivision, the development had deed restrictions

where Legacy Village now stands, decided to develop the land for her chil-

for 25 years forbidding the sale of land and homes to Jews and blacks,

dren to build their homes after they finished college, according to the

says Yoel, who with his wife now works for her family’s business. Today, the

Cleveland Memory Project, a compilation by Cleveland State University

neighborhood is a very diverse one, Yoel adds.

Libraries. When the children did not return to the area, the land was sold to others.

Along with the home’s plentiful windows, quirky character, and interesting architectural features, most enticing to the young family is the 12¢ CLEVELAND JEWISH NEWS

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Crystal chandelier and modern art add sparkle and style to dining room, with raspberry living room and sunroom through entryways.

acre wooded private park jointly owned by the neighbors that abuts their

ed views to the back woods, expanded the dining room, and widened a

backyard. Living here, they say, is the best of both worlds: walking across

back passageway. A porch became a year-round sunroom with a view of

the street to buy a book or have a meal out, just as they could in New York,

the backyard.

but also ambling out their back door into an idyllic rural setting.

Also crucial to the home’s enhanced look is the work of architect

Several years ago, Lindsey and Yoel, now parents and in their mid-30s,

Thomas P. MontAlto of Peninsula, who designed the kitchen garden, a side

recognized their home’s tiny kitchen no longer fit the needs of a growing

entrance, and a backyard succah structure. First, MontAlto suggested

family. With plans from architect George Clemens of Chagrin Falls, who

eliminating a stand of trees and a fence at the back of the property to open

specializes in older homes, they built a 1,000-sq.-ft. addition. The new

up sight lines to the 12-acre woods beyond. Now only a bed of myrtle

space, which includes a laundry room, babysitter’s bedroom, full bath-

demarcates where the yard ends and the communal wooded park begins.

room, and spacious new kitchen, brings the home’s total size to nearly 5,000 square feet, says Lindsey.

Although the home is set back far from the road, MontAlto’s frontyard kitchen garden, created by the addition of two perpendicular, one-story

The home now has seven bedrooms – several small ones are tucked

walls of windows and open to the sky, provides a further buffer from street

under sloping upstairs ceilings – and 4-1/2 baths. Lindsey and Yoel deco-

noise. Between the window walls and the house, raised beds and wooden

rated but did not remodel the home’s second-floor bedrooms; the previous

planters bursting with vegetables, blooms and greenery flank either side of

owners had already updated the bathrooms.

a flagstone path leading to the front door.

While the addition was still under construction, the couple hired interi-

Family and guests typically enter the home through a side entrance

or designer Debra Deutch-Rabinowitz. Along with reworking the kitchen

accessed via a flagstone walk past the attached garage and through an

layout, which now boasts two islands, the designer also improved the flow

inviting wood lattice gate to a small porch. Inside the house, the low-main-

of the house.

tenance gray slate floor leads past the laundry room and a step-down

She eliminated a closet across from the front door to provide unimped-

monochromatic family room to the spectacular country kitchen. ¢

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Elegant and serene master bedroom, in shades of ivory, beige and black, overlooks backyard. Below, quaint yellow desk and chair are tucked into a sloped-ceiling guest bedroom.

Pale yellow walls, white woodwork, wide-plank blond wood floors, and two center islands – one for meat and one for dairy preparation – make the kitchen a kosher cook’s dream. White-painted beams stretch across the peaked ceiling, and a bank of high, narrow windows add more light and architectural detail. Soft white panel-door cabinets, a backsplash of creamy subway tiles, and black granite counters line one wall of the room. Pale granite streaked with gold tops the islands’ walnut-stained cabinetry. Behind a rough-hewn blond table and curved-back walnut chairs with rush seats, tall windows look onto pastoral backyard vistas. A door leads from the kitchen to the rounded flagstone patio with MontAlto’s take on a pergola. Its vertical pillars support overhead cross beams, ideal for the family’s red-draped succah each autumn as well as outdoor dining all summer. Back inside, the kitchen opens into a wide passageway with a contemporary sofa perfectly placed for outdoor viewing, and tall windows and French doors lead to the patio. There’s also an original butler’s pantry with new dark wood cabinetry and an extra sink for washing Shabbat dishes. In the adjacent dining room, a colorful contemporary oil painting by Howard Finster, whimsically titled “Van Gogh Sat Here,” with four versions of the artist’s famous chair, plays well against the mushroomcolored walls and yesteryear aesthetic. An elegant crystal chandelier purchased from the previous homeowners adds sparkle to Lindsey’s ¢

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The couple enjoys a sunny fall day on their patio; a pergola behind them supports their red-draped succah. Below, café table adds a colorful touch.

grandmother’s blond wood dining

another baby on the way – and

table and chairs. Granite slabs for

guests. The serene master bed-

hot dishes protect the original built-

room, an elegant study in cream,

in cabinetry.

beige and black, toile and plaid,

Off the dining room is the rasp-

was redecorated as a wedding gift

berry-hued living room, with choco-

from Lindsey’s parents. It, too,

late sofas and beige chairs. A brown,

looks out over the large backyard.

rose and ivory rug ties the decor

Adjacent is the gray and white

together. Behind it is the sunroom,

master bath with footed tub and

with Lindsey’s grandmother’s for-

twin pedestal sinks.

merly blond hutch cabinet painted a

Although the spacious addi-

striking deep blue. White-painted

tion took a difficult year to com-

brick walls and a sisal-covered floor

plete, with Lindsey and Yoel living

are juxtaposed against contempo-

at her parents’ during several

rary brown and blue upholstery, red

months of the construction, the

print chairs, and a bright blue

couple loves the end result.

abstract

People in Cleveland drive all the

painting

by

Babette

Hirschberger. The

upstairs

time everywhere, laments Yoel. In bedrooms,

their Beachwood home, the cou-

accessed from the front or back

ple has found the best of worlds,

stairs, provide plenty of room for kids

a little country in the heart of the

– the couple has two small boys with

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Hot chocolate and a shot of high-end liqueur make up the base of The Aztec mixed drink.

by douglas j. guth

THERE’S

no escaping the freezing

fingertips and cold noses of another Northeast Ohio winter. While Clevelanders

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‘hot’ drinks to warm a cold winter Another favorite of Waterman’s when the temperature drops is The Toasty Pear, a concoction that uses as its base St. Germain liqueur, made from elderflower blossoms that bloom in the Alps just a few weeks each year.

are changing their wardrobes, local

The high-end spirit carries a fruity-flo-

restaurateurs are changing their menus to

ral aroma and flavor, and combined with

include some cold-weather-appropriate

pear vodka, ginger liqueur, and a splash of

quaffs that will warm your cockles this hol-

festive champagne, makes for a spicy,

iday season.

warm cocktail that pairs nicely with baked

Herbs and other healthy, organic prod-

brie and other cheeses, notes Waterman.

ucts are popular staples of this year’s sea-

For bold flavor, Waterman suggests

sonal drinks, says Pamela Waterman,

The Aztec: hot chocolate infused with a

owner of Duet Fine Catered & Prepared

shot of Grand Marnier and topped with

Foods.

locally

The Rocky River-based caterer uses

Brian Woehrman, general manager

garnish to make the appropriately named

and resident mixologist at LockKeepers in

Hot Tamale. This cocktail, best served with

Valley View, has been busy making sea-

spicy Latin American cuisine, is light,

sonal drinks with an Italian twist, in keep-

refreshing, and a bit more masculine than

ing with the upscale restaurant’s cuisine.

the average mixed drink, Waterman says.

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caramel

kle of sea salt, and a cinnamon stick.

vodka and two thin slices of jalapeño for

she adds. “It’s just a fun drink.”

Cream-brand

whipped cream, chocolate curls, a sprin-

organic cucumber liqueur, cilantro, lime

“It’s a twist on a classic margarita,”

made

Fruit and herbs are popular staples of this season’s drink menu.

NOVEMBER 2010

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The Latin-flavored Hot Tamale cocktail pairs nicely with spicy cuisine.

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PHOTO / COURTESY DUET

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The Limoncello Martini makes you pucker through a combination of lemon liqueur and juice.

Godiva white chocolate liqueur and steamed milk. Another warming holi-

cognac with an ounce of Benedictine liqueur and a few dashes of Angos-

day-friendly brew is the Hot Apple Pie, which takes hot apple cider and

tura bitters.

adds brandy and Tuaca vanilla citrus liqueur. These two drinks are among

The drink is easy to make, but it will take a few days for the walnuts to

Woehrman’s favorite winter-time mixtures, but there are “cooler” options

seep their flavor into a high-end cognac, notes Ruppert. The concoction is

for patrons who prefer their cocktails chilled.

served on the rocks and can be made with chestnuts instead of walnuts.

With pears and pomegranates now in season, Woehrman suggests

This time of year is also known for its maple syrup. The Maple Leaf uses

either an Amaretto Pear Martini (amaretto, pear nectar, pear vodka) or the

real maple syrup combined with bourbon and lemon juice, Ruppert says. Even non-professionals can host a cock-

brachetto wine, lime). While the pear martini

tail party where the cocktails are truly the star,

“sells like crazy,” Woehrman also recommends the Negroni Aromatico, a heady arrangement of cranberry and spice-infused Beefeater Gin. On

the

subject

of

fruit,

Michael

DiDomenico, owner of Philomena’s Ristorante in Valley View, offers the Limoncello Martini, a

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Pomegranate Cooler (pomegranate juice, rum,

say the experts. Catering company owner Waterman’s hosting rule-of-thumb is “don’t overdo it”: Serve your guests beer, wine, and pitchers of margaritas or another select cocktail rather than offering a wide selection. “Make (one specialty drink that is) fun and unusual and make it go with the food

combination of limoncello Italian liqueur,

you’re serving at the party,” she advises.

vodka, lemon juice, and lemon-lime soda.

Making a drink everyone will enjoy doesn’t

Philomena’s serves the drink in a chilled mar-

have to be a complicated process, notes

tini glass with a sugared rim, and adds a driz-

Woehrman of LockKeepers. Indeed, creating

zle of pomegranate-flavored grenadine syrup.

a quaffable concoction can be as easy as

If lemons don’t do it for you, DiDomenico

spiking some cider with a favorite brandy.

recommends the Creamsicle, which lives up

“Keep it simple,” he advises. “Have one

to its name by mixing half-and-half with

cocktail, and you won’t need a full bar.”

orange juice and an ounce each of vodka and

All of our drink experts stressed the impor-

amaretto. Folks who prefer coffee beans to fruit may

tance of party hosts watching out for how

like a Hot Amoré. This coffee liqueur-based

much their guests are drinking. As the shindig

beverage uses Frangelico hazelnut liqueur

is winding down, put away the spirits, and

with white crème de menth. It’s served in a

make sure you have coffee, tea, and other

coffee mug and topped with whipped cream

non-alcoholic beverages available, notes

and a cherry.

Waterman. Having plenty of food on hand will also ensure your guests’ cups don’t runneth

Hazelnut may be a tasty drink flavor, but walnut-laced drinks have their place as well at

over in excess.

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Matt Greenfield, top center with fiancée Jackie Weber, assembles a motley crew of artists and artistic novices to perform in OddyFest.

‘odd’ man on matt greenfield stages his own theater of the absurd in cleveland heights “Because it might be rude,” the boy

by margi herwald zitelli

answers shyly.

MATT

Yes, at most theatrical performances, it

Greenfield wears many hats.

About half an hour ago, he was wearing

would be rude for the audience to talk back

a big, floppy one, as he portrayed a dis-

to the actors. But this is OddyFest,

contented, fiddle-plucking early American

Greenfield’s monthly showcase of unusual

colonist. Now, he’s wearing a black stock-

– bordering on absurd – arts. Here, rude is

ing cap, along with a ratty blue jacket and

relative.

rainbow striped socks, as he plays a possi-

Greenfield, 27, launched OddyFest in

bly delusional, possibly sage homeless

Sept. 2008, when he returned to Cleveland

man.

following a post-college stint in Florida. A

Charging forward across the stage on

prolific playwright, Greenfield had long

which he performs (actually a carpeted

lived by the mantra “It’s imperative that you

meeting room at the Cleveland Heights

get (your idea) out of your head and get it

Public Library on Lee Road), Greenfield

said, because you never know until it’s in

demands of the audience, “Why aren’t you

front of an audience.” If he wanted audiences to see his plays,

saying anything?”

he decided he was just going to have to

The audience silently shifts in their

stage them himself.

seats, unsure and waiting to see what he

By day, Greenfield works as a history

will do next. At last, a small boy in the audi-

teacher at Gilmour Academy and lives an

ence speaks up.

outwardly normal suburban life with his

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down there. Not so much.”

twice-

Greenfield

monthly performances, writing

returned

to

and directing the majority of

Cleveland with the 100 original

the work and performing in

scripts

multiple pieces each month.

between college and Boca,

He works with local writers

including “Book XII and 1/2,”

and performers who share his

an absurdist story of one of

love for the absurd and avant-

Odysseus’s journeys Homer

garde. But many of his

“left out” of The Odyssey.

he

cranked

out

OddyFest contributors are col-

Greenfield feels a special

lege friends and associates

connection to his Odysseus

“who wouldn’t necessarily go

character, called “Oddy” in

to auditions and be in the

the play. “I’m an Odysseus

theater scene otherwise.”

type,” he says. “I’d been wandering around ’til I came back

OddyFest “floated around”

home.”

from venue to venue, as Greenfield and his gang of

Once he started staging his

players developed their style,

own shows again in Cleveland,

rhythm, and nearly constant

just as in Florida, the Oddy

rehearsal schedule. After a

character inspired Greenfield

year, the Cleveland Heights

to name his venture OddyFest.

Public Library offered to spon-

The name is also a reference

sor OddyFest, meaning the

to the fact it features odd

showcase would have a per-

material and only runs on odd

manent home and no longer

weekends (the first and third

need to charge admission.

Friday of every month).

After a year in the library,

After two years of near-

OddyFest now boasts 20-30

constant work on OddyFest,

audience members per show,

Greenfield is ready for a break.

which any given month could

In May 2011, the showcase

include a monologue, musical

will shift from monthly offer-

performance, one-act play,

ings to a seasonal model, like

and/or a totally avant-garde performance piece.

Using whatever pieces of furniture he finds in the library and whatever costumes are in his closet, Matt Greenfield mounts several original short plays each month.

“If the audience ever says,

more traditional theaters, and will be led by different artists for each offering. “It gets boring with me in

‘This is an Oddy show, I know what to expect,’ that’s when I stop,” Greenfield declares. Sporting a scruffy look for his current Oddy role, Solon native Greenfield says he’s always been “theatrical, even though I’m quite shy in certain social situations.” After graduating from Case Western Reserve University with a degree in history and earning a master’s in education from John Carroll University, Greenfield’s job search landed him a teaching gig in Boca Raton, Fla. While he loved teaching, there was a creative writer inside

WHAT: OddyFest WHERE: Cleveland Heights Public Library Brody-Nelson Meeting Room, 2345 Lee Road WHEN: First and third Friday of every month (next shows Nov. 19, Dec. 3 and Dec. 17) INFO: www.oddyfestival.com

charge,” Greenfield says. Without the “monthly pressure” to be constantly producing new work, it will be easier for other Oddy participants to develop and mount their

own

scripts,

he

explains.

Greenfield bursting with too many ideas to get down on paper. The

By the time he steps

budding playwright started churning out scripts but found he couldn’t

down as chief Oddy man, Greenfield will have staged 80 of his 100

get a break in the Boca Raton theater scene.

scripts, not all, he admits, with great success. The other 20? “They’re

“I realized I’m losing this game,” Greenfield recalls, “so let’s change the rules.” He decided to mount his own productions, first of Shakespeare’s plays (like his four-person “Hamlet”) and later of his own work.

complete crap and will stay in a drawer,” he insists. As his reign as Oddy impresario draws to a close, Greenfield is enthusiastic about the next generation of local writers: his students. Last year, he introduced a playwriting course at Gilmour. His small

“Boca Raton is like a cultural wasteland; at least it seemed so to

class of eight students were given opportunities to show their work at

me,” Greenfield says. “I thought I’d start some cutting-edge theater

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Dobama Theatre’s annual Marilyn Bianchi Kids’ Playwriting Festival. This coming school year, Greenfield will teach a creative writing course that includes playwriting. The teacher had no reservations about revealing his Oddy side to his students. “My stage persona and classroom persona are kind of the same,” he admits. Stepping back from OddyFest to focus on developing his students’ writing and to do “the domestic thing” with fiancée Weber suits Greenfield just fine. “The dream is … honestly, I’ve lived it,” he says. “I still am amazed looking at the list (of work) we’ve done (at OddyFest) so far. If none of these plays goes further, I’m happy with the work we’ve done.”

a few odd facts about matt greenfield • He once “walked across the country – kind of like Jack Kerouac.” He started from his parents’ home in Solon and walked, hitch-hiked and rode buses until he ended up in Los Angeles. • He teaches middle-school Hebrew classes at Temple Emanu El

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who “references history, science and math on stage, which is hard”; and of course, Shakespeare. • In summer 2002, he worked at the Cleveland Jewish News as a college intern. • He met his fiancée, graphic designer Jackie Weber, on JDate, but their first in-person meeting was at OddyFest. Weber made her Oddy debut as an actor in July. • His parents Fran and Steve and sister Abby (a teacher at Gross Schechter Day School) have all been drafted as players on the Oddy stage. “Everyone around me is going to become an actor at some point if they know me long enough,” he warns.L

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Jim Bialosky and his Collie Shiloh help special-needs kids develop communication and motor skills.

get fido off the couch clever canines can learn to be athletes or therapists a furry friend for special-needs kids

by ellen harris

IT’S

mid-afternoon at Arthur

After watching Mollie interact with

Road School in Solon, and nearly

his three Collies (the same breed as

a dozen youngsters are clustered

canine legend Lassie), Bialosky decided

in a semi-circle, watching as

to take part in a pet therapy pilot pro-

classmates use a brush to groom

gram at Arthur Road.

Shiloh, the stately Collie dog

His initial classroom visits were an

stretched out in front of them.

immediate hit, and working with the

“One, two, three, four, five,

school’s teachers, he quickly developed

six,” teacher Cheri Mackey counts

a program. Now Bialosky makes weekly

aloud as Shiloh’s owner Jim

visits to Solon and Orange elementary

Bialosky encourages the children

schools, utilizing a deceptively simple

to clap together.

lesson plan that builds a wide range of

A businessman and sales executive,

Bialosky

skills. By interacting with Bialosky and

never Jim Bialosky with his Collies, all of which visit special-needs children.

dreamed he would be spending

cation skills like greeting and taking

his retirement years volunteering with his dogs in a special-needs

turns. Bialosky and the children toss a ball back and forth, an activity

classroom. But when his granddaughter Mollie was diagnosed with

that involves eye contact, visual tracking and motor planning.

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Pepper appears intent on winning as she dismounts from an A-frame.

Carolyn Lincoln and Pepper have formed a special bond through countless hours spent practicing agility.

Bialosky says he can’t remember all the small victories he’s wit-

jumps through hoops, dashes through a twisting canvas tunnel,

nessed during the six years he’s been visiting classrooms. “We have

weaves in and out of a line of vertical sticks, and descends from a

had non-verbal children pronounce words, names or numbers. Some

wooden A-frame, completing the course in near record time. Both

children come to us totally afraid of dogs and end up petting and feed-

human and dog are out of breath at the end, but Lincoln is grinning

ing them. We have had parents get dogs for their children after seeing

and Pepper is jumping up and down, each pleased with the results.

how well they adapt to pets.

Lincoln, a veterinarian who practices in Mayfield Heights, had

“When working with these wonderful children, we measure

always wanted to try dog agility, but working and caring for her family

achievements in inches, not feet,” he adds. “Those inches add up

and their assorted pets left her little time for the sport. Finally, five

really fast.”

years ago, she and Pepper decided to make time to train.

get involved with pet therapy

“It’s not as easy as it looks,” she admits. “Dogs run the course by

If you’re interested in training a therapy dog, get started by taking

responding to handlers’ cues like eye contact, verbal commands,

your dog successfully through a basic obedience course. Nursing

hand gestures, body position and speed. Besides learning (the com-

homes, hospitals and other facilities welcome visits from well-trained

mands) yourself, you have to teach them to the dog.”

dogs. Some require evaluation of behavior and temperament from an

Agility trials are held all over the country, and there are endless

outside source; others have more informal regulations. Organizations

variations on the equipment and arrangements used at each course.

that link and/or certify therapy-dog volunteers with institutions include:

Pepper, who comes from a long line of agility champions, presents a

• The Delta Society: www.deltasociety.org (click on Pet Partners)

special challenge because she runs so fast – she can complete an 18-

• Therapy Dogs International: www.tdi-dog.org

foot course in just over a second, or about 12 miles per hour. “I’ve

• Bright and Beautiful Therapy Dogs: www.golden-dogs.org

always got to be a step ahead of her,” says Lincoln.

canine sport takes twists and turns At first glance, Dr. Carolyn Lincoln appears to be taking part in a curious tai chi ritual. Joined by six other people, she mutters as she walks in circles around the cavernous room, raising her arms as she points to hoops, sticks, and trestle bars scattered on the floor. Meanwhile, seven dogs are watching eagerly from the sidelines. When they take the floor, the meaning behind their owners’ actions becomes obvious. Canines and humans are getting ready to run in a dog agility trial, one of the fastestgrowing sports in North America and Europe. Lincoln and the other

Lincoln and Pepper practice about eight hours during the week in a nearby training facility. Their weekends often consist of all-day agility trials. They compete at the top level of the sport and are hoping for an invitation to the national competition. Success there would mean a trip to the World Cup in Germany. “What I love most is the fact that anyone can participate, regardless of age or physical condition,” she says. “Everyone supports each other. You’re not competing against them; you’re competing against yourself, and everyone wants to see you succeed.”L

get involved with dog agility

owners are “walking the course” before allowing their dogs on it,

For more information on dog agility training:

attempting to memorize the twists, turns and obstacles their pets will

• The United States Dog Agility Association: www.usdaa.com

encounter during the 30-60 second run.

• American Kennel Club: www.akc.org

At last, Lincoln leads Pepper, her 40-pound Australian Shepherd, onto the course. Responding to her owner’s rapid-fire cues, Pepper

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lexus hybrid sedan is modest, yet charming by douglas j. guth

AT first glance, the 2010 Lexus HS250h doesn’t seem all that impres-

anyone who has used a computer’s mouse should find the controls

sive. It’s practical body style doesn’t seem to match the levels of lav-

fairly intuitive. The interface, which can also be voice-activated, is

ishness Lexus owners are used to.

used to scroll through audio, HVAC, navigation and other functions.

But once you get behind the wheel of the luxury carmaker’s

Under the hood, the HS250h has a powertrain that’s stronger than

designed-from-the-ground-up hybrid, that perception of staidness

some of its competitors, including the Toyota Prius. Total power includ-

changes rather quickly. While the HS250h (base model $34,650)

ing enhancement from the hybrid’s electric motors gives it about 187

focuses on mileage and efficiency rather than power, there should be

horsepower married to a 2.4-liter, 16-valve, 4-cylinder engine.

enough luxurious touches to keep most Lexus fans happy. On the outside, the hybrid does look like a small sedan any num-

Acceleration is nicely and rather surprisingly brisk at highway speeds, with a good-for-a-hybrid zero-to-60 time of 8.4 seconds. As for

ber of carmakers could have manufac-

gas mileage, the manufacturer says the

tured. Its conventional trim may be a bit

HS250h gets 35 miles-per-gallon residen-

misleading, as the HS250h has a coeffi-

tial and 34 on the highway. Modest looks should not be a deterrent

cient drag of 0.27, which puts the vehi-

for drivers in search of a charming, fuel-

cle squarely into sports car territory.

saving hybrid sedan.L

Inside, the spaceship-like driver interface

system

precedence.

The

takes

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impressive

ergonomic

and

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appealing center stack slopes downward

• intuitive center stack console • good acceleration at highway speeds

and contains a rolling control knob that fits neatly and comfortably into the

stalled

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Mitchell’s Fish Market 216-765-3474 www.mitchellsfishmarket.com Flown in daily from waters around the world, the seafood at Mitchell’s Fish Market is simply the freshest around. Choose from more than 80 unique and savory dishes, from the more traditional to our internationally-infused creations.

Lisa Moran Ltd. carries a wonderful selection of beautiful clothing for any occasion including Lafayette 148, shown above. 216.464.8000. www.lisamoranltd.com

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Adhya Productions, the award-winning event planning company, is proud to announce the launching of Patra, located inside Eton, offering floral couture as well as custom and fine stationery for your business, personal and special event needs. 216-342-1420 or go to www.patradesigns.com

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Why rent, when you can buy for less? South Euclid: Amazing value on a great street. One owner colonial, lovingly maintained. First time buyer’s dream. Eat-in kitchen, appliances, fireplace, 21/2 car garage, brand new roof, C/A Move right in. $80,000 Peggy Garr, Howard Hanna 216-831-7342

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dining guide BISTRO 185

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991 E. 185th St., Cleveland 216-481-9635; Fax: 216-383-6524 www.bistro185.com Lunch: Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Dinner: Mon.-Wed. 5-9 p.m. Thurs.-Sat. 5-10 p.m. Bistro 185 features a creative multi-cultural menu that changes daily, including classic boeuf bourguignon, chicken française, house-cured gravlax, fresh fish and seafood, seasonal entrées and decadent desserts. Join us for our popular monthly wine and spirit dinners and our vegan entrée nights. We also offer custom catering for your special events and parties.

BRAVO! CUCINA ITALIANA At Eton Chagrin Blvd. 28889 Chagrin Blvd., Woodmere 216-360-0099 www.BravoItalian.com Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.–11 p.m. Sun. 10 a.m.- 9 p.m. BRAVO! offers white-tablecloth casual dining in a fun, familyfriendly Roman ruin decor. House-made pasta specialties, pizzas and flatbreads, steaks and seafood are prepared in an open kitchen in full view of diners. Signature dishes include Chicken Parmesan Milanese, Mama’s Lasagna Bolognese, and Penne Mediterranean.

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HYDE PARK PRIME STEAKHOUSE Beachwood: 216-464-0688 Downtown: 216-344-2444 Westlake: 440-892-4933 Akron: 330-670-6303 Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse has been voted “Best Steakhouse” in Cleveland for more than 20 years. This awardwinning steakhouse offers aged, prime and American Wagyu steaks in addition to fresh grilled fish, lobster and unparalleled service in an atmosphere of posh modern elegance. Private dining rooms available for groups up to 350. Open for dinner seven days. Downtown also open for lunch Mon.-Fri. Valet parking available.

MITCHELL’S FISH MARKET At Eton Chagrin Blvd. 28601 Chagrin Blvd., Woodmere 216-765-3474 www.MitchellsFishMarket.com Lunch: Mon.-Sat. 11:30 a.m-4 p.m.; Sun 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Dinner: Mon.–Thurs. 4-10 p.m. Fri. and Sat. 4-11 p.m.; Sun. 3-9 p.m. Flown in daily from waters around the world, the seafood at Mitchell’s Fish Market is simply the freshest around. Choose from a variety of unique and savory dishes, from the more traditional to our internationally infused creations.

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87 West St., Chagrin Falls 440-247-7744 (A.D.M.V.) www.gamekeepers.com A vintage restaurant that radiates charm, Gamekeeper’s fireside/courtyard dining attracts diners from miles around. Gamekeeper’s Taverne is also the home of The Inn of Chagrin Falls, a charming 15-room country inn, and 87 West Wine/Martini Bar. Gamekeeper’s was voted best courtyard by Cleveland magazine, and 87 West was nominated for the best wine bar by metromix. Be sure to check out West End Bistro.

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UMAMI ASIAN KITCHEN 42 North Main St. On the Square, Chagrin Falls Reservations: 440-247-8600 or www.OpenTable.com www.umamiasiankitchen.com Lunch: Tues.-Sat. 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Dinner: Tues.-Thurs. 5-9 p.m. Fri. and Sat. 5-10 p.m. Sun. 5-9 p.m. Umami: a Japanese word meaning delicious; also known as the “Fifth Taste.” It is one of the hottest culinary topics. Everyone is looking for it. After dining at Umami Asian Kitchen, the meaning will be clearer. Featuring fresh fish, sashimi, sushi, beef, poultry, and a variety of noodle dishes. Come experience the flavors of Umami.

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Diabetes Association of Greater Cleveland Aaron and Debbie Hoffmann at DAGC’s 26th annual Promenade event.

Friends of the Israel Defense Forces FIDF president Shelley Roth, left, with IDF soldier Miri Levy at a gala dinner to benefit educational programs.

Cleveland Baseball Federation Mayor Frank Jackson is flanked by Bonni and Alan Berger at the CBF’s 100 anniversary celebration.

The Temple’s Women’s Association Enjoying a vintage bridal fashion show at Ursuline College are, from left, Elaine Frayman, Margie Heller and Arlene Schreiber.

Magen David Adom Run Ira Levinsky, right, congratulates Ari Bar Shain, a category winner at the MDA race/fundraiser at The Mandel JCC. 56

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Absolutely Al Author Gary Stromberg, left, and Al Gray at a book signing celebrating the release of Gray’s biography.


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an evening with

Marvin Hamlisch and the CIM Orchestra

Saturday, January 29, 2011 at Severance Hall

Cleveland Jewish FilmFest The Mandel JCC’s Krieger Jewish FilmFest co-chairs Heather Ross-Lowenstein, left, and Erica Hartman-Horvitz.

Marvin Hamlisch has won every major award including a Pulitzer Prize for A Chorus Line and has composed scores for Hollywood favorites such as The Way We Were, Sophie’s Choice and recently The Informant. Presented by the CIM Women’s Committee, don’t miss this spectacular evening. Concert only tickets start at $35 with benefit packages beginning at $200. For tickets call the Severance Hall box office at 216.231.1111. For more information about the benefit packages call 216.791.5000 x 411.

cim.edu

American Jewish Committee Bill Adler, left, honors his father Tom at AJC’s Richard H. Adler Community Leadership Award dinner.

Curious? Watch a treatment at: www.aesthetic.lumenis.com/wt/page/duet_testimonials

hair removal & skin clinic Designer Dress Days Modeling fashon accessories at the National Council of Jewish Women’s DDD sale are Michele Kaminsky, left, and Faye Bass. CLEVELAND JEWISH NEWS

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A LT E R AT I O N S & TA I LO R I N G AMY ROTH & CO.

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We Buy • Sell • Loan on Diamonds • Gold • Jewelry • Silver Platinum and Watches We Custom Design, Appraise and Repair Confidential and Reliable

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Jstyle November 2010  

Cleveland lifestyle magazine dedicated to the art of living well.

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