You can call it “hacking” or a “work around” or a kind of subversion but it comes down to this: there are some creative alternative economic strategies to deal with the exchange of goods, services, even cash. Three examples are Kickstarter, Cash Mobs and TimeBanks–and they all are alive and well in Northeast Ohio. Join […]
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This edition of Making the Case features Sherri Foxman. Sherri Foxman is the founder and Chief Creative Officer of party411.com. Sherri’s creativity, imagination and enthusiasm have long been a part of her professional career where she makes every corporate event, fundraiser, convention and personal party a memorable one for their hosts and guests. She is […]
Nobody argues against the need for high quality teachers in our public schools. But the consensus starts to splinter when it comes to how to identify and evaluate them. Join Dan, Noelle and Luke as they try to cut through the old books, boring lectures and bad cafeteria food to get to the good stuff–what […]
Listen to this edition of Arts on the Heights to hear about some of the spring and summer events at the Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens in Akron.
This edition of Making the Case features Liz Ferro. Liz Ferro is the founder and Executive Director of Girls With Sole, a non profit organization whose mission is to “use fitness and wellness to empower the minds, bodies and souls of girls who have experienced abuse of any kind, or who are at-risk”. For more […]
Texas is known for many things: the Alamo, armadillos and big slices of toast among them. And the output of oil and natural gas is a Texas-sized reality far exceeding the ten gallon hats you see on the guys driving the pick-up trucks. Oil energy is king, but natural gas exploration is a prince in […]
Listen to this edition of Arts on the Heights to hear about Cleveland State University’s production of The American Dream and The Death of Bessie Smith; two one act plays written by Edward Albee.
Listen to this edition of Arts on the Heights to hear a review of the Great Lakes Theater’s production of Romeo and Juliet.
University Heights residents gathered for a town hall meeting about the proposed closure of Garity Elementary School–University Heights only public elementary school. Hear some of the comments made on this edition of Heights Now.
This edition of Making the Case features Heather Harris. Dr. Harris is an associate professor of business communication at Stevenson University. Prior to this position, she served as the Multicultural Director at Villia Julie College. Dr. Harris was a radio news broadcaster and producer with The Caribbean News Agency. She is co-author of The Obama […]