In this edition of Heights Now, a Cleveland Heights resident has taken on the task of getting her neighborhood listed as a historic district. Mary Dunbar consulted historians, college professors, and architectural experts in her quest to have the Shaker Farm District of Cleveland Heights listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The nomination will come before the Ohio Historic Site Preservation Advisory Board on November 4, 2011 at 10:00 a.m., at the State Library of Ohio, 274 E. First Avenue, Conference Room D, in Columbus.
Shaker Farm Historic District
On the Air
ekoostik hookah Alexander @7:45
Phish Rock 'n Roll @7:35
Trey Anastasio Band Money Love & Change @7:28
Grateful Dead Playing in the Band @7:15
Grateful Dead Unbroken Chain @7:08
moe. Opium>Lyle Lovett @6:40
Widespread Panic Makes Sense to Me @6:33
Allman Brothers Band Blue Sky @6:25
Galactic Tiger Roll @6:15
Jimi Hendrix Hey Baby (New Rising Sun) @6:10
Chuck Berry Johnny B. Goode @6:00
Middle Kids Edge of Town @5:57
Diversified Funk--an Urban MosaicAn eclectic mix of the history of African Americans in music.
@8 pm w/Carole J Anthony - Diverse African-American Music
Can't Stop Ravin'Tune into the underground sound of continuously mixed Happy Hardcore and Drum and Bass music with host DJ Tangent and a weekly guest mix from a top local or regional DJ.
@10 pm w/DJ Tangent - Happy Hardcore / Drum and Bass