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Porthouse Theatre Summer 2015

Porthouse Theatre, located on the grounds of Blossom Music Center,
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Is it cinema-art or racist-propaganda Friday at Cleveland's Cinematheque?
Story by Vivian Goodman
One of the most talked-about films in the history of cinema is screening tomorrow night at the Cleveland Institute of Art’s Cinematheque.  D.W. Griffith’s 1915 epic, “Birth of a Nation”, is set in the South during and after the Civil War, and the star of the show is the Ku Klux Klan.  The film’s been slammed as racist propaganda for a hundred years, but also...
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Pluto: Cavs take remarkable route to the NBA Finals
Commentator Terry Pluto says the team overcame a season filled with adversity to advance to title series
Cleveland deal ramps up civilian oversight of police
U.S. Department of Justice agreement zeros in on use-of-force; also beefs up training, recruiting and special mental health outreach
Cleveland and Justice Dept. reach deal on police reforms
The Department of Justice released a 105-page report, which still needs approval from a federal judge
Marijuana referendum may change more than pot's legal status in Ohio
Critics says drive to legalize marijuana points to overall flaws in Ohio's constitutional amendment process
New Quinnipiac presidential poll shows Ohio Gov. Kasich enters the top 10
But it's a tie, and a spot on the dais for the first debate in Cleveland is far from a sure thing
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Land bank and Collinwood clinic team up to help vets
Plan would address both housing and transportation issues
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Renacci says Congress needs more lawmakers grounded in business
The Republican says career politicians, including many GOP presidential candidates, don't have the experience to make good business laws
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Cleveland RTA's Red Line could be 'going green' - A 2.8-mile trail running along the Red Line on the west side could become a linear park
Kent prof gets nearly $2 million to study nanobombs - NIH grant will help develop technology to treat infected tissue
Ohio Senate Democrats offer multiple amendments to proposed budget - The Senate is expected to introduce a revised budget bill in the coming week
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Hot Picks: This Week's Smart Stuff

Now that's summer's here, let's go back inside for Patsy Cline at Actors' Summit, Daphne at Severance Hall, Gordon Lightfoot at the Akron Civic, Del McCoury at the Music Box, photography at the Akron Art Museum - and more this week in Northeast Ohio!

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Apollo's Fire Presents Two Summer Productions

Jeannette Sorrell and company offer audiences Bach in the Countryside on June 11 and 12 and Sugarloaf Mountain: An Appalachian Gathering on June 13 through 21.

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Win a Pass to See 'Far from the Madding Crowd'

Enter a drawing for a run-of-engagement pass for two to enjoy the new film 'Far from the Madding Crowds' at the Cedar Lee Theatre beginning June 1.

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Win a Pass to See 'I'll See You in My Dreams'

Enter a drawing for a run-of-engagement pass for two to enjoy the new film 'I'll See You in My Dreams' at Cleveland Cinemas theatres beginning June 8.

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Art by the Falls In Chagrin Falls June 6 & 7

Stroll along juried displays by fine artists and craftspeople - along with music, food, children's activities and more - Saturday, June 6 & Sunday, June 7.

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WKSU Member Nights at Blossom

WKSU members can purchase half-price tickets to three specially chosen Blossom Festival concerts from July 26 through August 15.

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WKSU Staff Honored with 10 Ohio AP Media Editors Awards

WKSU staff members received 10 OAPME Awards in recognition of work created in 2014, including Best Reporter, Best Anchor, Best Digital Presence and Overall Excellence.

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