On Saturday, February 8, storytellers from Cleveland Heights and Shaker Heights came together at the Breen Performing Arts Center at St. Ignatius High School to share ideas on the art of storytelling with the Cleveland community. The Late Winter Storytelling Festival was put on by Beacon Street Performing Arts in Ministry, which is directed by Bob Kloos, one of the five co-founders of the nonprofit.
Storytelling festival brings community together
On the Air
Buddy Clark /Ray Noble Linda @2:07
Tommy Dorsey Dry Bones @2:03
Joel Evans That's When I'll Stop Loving You @1:56
Gladys Knight Someone To Watch Over Me @1:50
Frank Sinatra This Can't Be Love @1:46
Dean Martin Angel Baby @1:44
Sammy Davis, Jr. Love Me Or Leave Me @1:39
Percy Faith Theme from "A Summer Place" @1:36
The Castells So This Is Love @1:34
Linda Scott I've Told Every Little Star @1:30
The Echoes Baby Blue @1:27
Marty Robbins Don't Worry @1:24
Retro RadioThe show that takes you back in time as Joe Madigan plays the lost, the forgotten, and the classics of the 1960s. Retro Radio also features songs from the WIXY-Sixty survey from Cleveland's legendary Top 40 radio station, WIXY 1260.
@3 pm w/Joe Madigan - 1960s Records
The Outspoken CyclistJoin Diane each week as she talks with notables from industry advocacy, and the cycling community at large including manufacturers, bicycle builders, riders, trainers, coaches, and legislators. With 36 years of bicycle shop experience, Diane will also be talking about fit, performance, training, and more.
@5:30 pm w/Diane - Bicycling