in the neighborhood has given my family a new leash on life."
and that's just the owners. "The Park is a great place to meet other
dogs my favorite neighborhood dog is a feisty bloodhound
named Virginia Woof," says South Woodland resident Phil Fine. "I'm
still waiting to meet Bark Obama, Anderson Pooper and C3 Pee-O."
a postpartum mama dog for littering. And that's the doggone truth.
Mandela, Joann Eisenberg holding Sammy with Maya at her
heels, Phil Fine with Jade, Bob Finkenthal with Buster and Lily,
Barbara Fields with Julie and Jessie, and Barry Hersch with
Cassie and Journey.
short films will
big screen as Cleveland Jew-
ish FilmFest returns to Cleve-
land. This year's season kicks
off with a special celebratory
event on August 24 at Cleve-
land Institute of Art highlight-
ing the film In Search of Israeli
Cuisine, featuring James Beard
Award winner Michael Solo-
monov from Zahav restaurant
in Philadelphia. The feature
full-length documentary puts
a face on the culture of Israel,
profiling chefs, home cooks,
vintners, and cheese-makers
drawn from the more than
100 cultures that make up
Israel today Jewish, Arab,
Muslim, Christian, Druze. En-
joy Israeli food tasting at this
and tickets will be on sale in
August. For more information
on the 10-year celebration
and 2016 festival, visit www.