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CITY REPORTS HIRES FOOD WRITER

 CLEVELAND, March 2 /PRNewswire/ -- City Reports, a Cleveland-based weekly newspaper with a circulation of approximately 50,000, has hired David Budin as a food and feature correspondent.
 Most recently the editor of Cleveland Magazine, Budin is well known for his wit and his many culinary affections, and his family has a long history in the food trade.
 "I began cooking when I was about 9 or 10, mainly because I wanted to eat all the time and my mother was willing to produce only three major meals of the average day," said Budin.
 Budin's interest in food was not accidental. His family was well known from the early part of this century until the early 1970s for Budin's Delicatessen. He has also worked for a gourmet catering company in New York City, and he has owned or operated several food establishments in Columbus and Greater Cleveland.
 From 1984 until 1991, Budin wrote restaurant reviews and cooking columns for Northern Ohio Live, where he served as assistant editor, managing editor and editor.
 "David Budin is not only the finest food writer in Cleveland," said H. Bradford Fish, City Reports executive editor, "he is well versed in music, theatre and ballet. He brings a lot of talent and insight to our City arts and entertainment magazine. And I know one fellow writer who even thinks he's funny."
 Budin lives with his wife, Doris, and their two kids, Daniel and Lauren, in Cleveland Heights. His column will appear twice each month starting March 11.
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 /CONTACT: Nancy Neff of City Reports, 216-621-7800/


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