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Old City Soda's label shows a bear drinking soda. It's the same bear that's on Gulley's family crest.

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How a Cleveland soft drink maker puts a little fizz in Midtown
Story by Vivian Goodman
Cleveland’s long been a mecca for craft beer, but now a different carbonated drink is bubbling up in Midtown.  WKSU’s Vivian Goodman has the story of a new craft soda company in today’s Quick Bite.
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Charter schools grow on Ohio Gov. John Kasich's watch
The GOP governor is a strong proponent of choice
A visit with a provocateur at Cleveland's Museum of Contemporary Art
Joyce. J. Scott protests racism, sexism, and violence in sculptures, beadwork, and jewelry
An unlikely hero's unlikely path to the NBA
Where did Matthew Dellavedova come from?
Expected impact of proposed Pro Football Hall of Fame Village
The numbers are good, but HOF president says having believers is more important
Under court order, Army Corps begins Cuyahoga dredging
A judge continues to review the options longer-term
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What can be expected if Cleveland cop Brelo is convicted?
National police association head says it could be hard on the entire force
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Army Corps dredges Cuyahoga after first round of legal fight
The Army Corps is yielding to a court order to dredge the river while a second legal fight over sediment dumping drags on
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Will Fox rules for the GOP debate propel Kasich to declare? -
Ohio Supreme Court says private universities police records are public information - State high court orders the police chief at Otterbein University to hand over ecords requested last year
PARCC testing is cut from twice a year to once - National board adopts the first of changes advocates are pushing
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Memorial Day weekend crosses the bridge to summer with rib festivals in Berea and Cleveland, and a lot of great music - including the Infamous Stringdusters and Ray Wylie Hubbard at the Beachland Ballroom, Jeff Daniels at the Kent Stage, and the Womack Family at the Music Box.

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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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WKSU Reception at Wooster Chamber Music Series

On Sunday, March 29, WKSU offers a post-concert reception following a performance by the Escher Quartet as part of the Wooster Chamber Music Series.

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