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Chef Parker Bosley is helping school cafeteria workers tune up their culinary skills to appeal to notoriously picky eaters.

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Farm-to-School: Cafeteria lunch is fresh and local at Tallmadge High School
Story by Vivian Goodman
Produce from Northeast Ohio’s small farms is starting to show up in school cafeterias.  That’s thanks to the efforts of a gourmet chef, a local foods entrepreneur, and a dietician on a mission. For today’s Quick Bite, WKSU’s Vivian Goodman visited as they got cooking on their pilot project at Tallmadge High School.
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Last chance to see modern Japanese art show at the Cleveland Museum of Art
The Cleveland museum shared highlights of its traditional Japanese art collection in exchange for a modern show from the Tokyo National Museum
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Bridgestone exec indictments are latest step in a billion-dollar price-fixing case
An antitrust analyst says the auto-parts industry was relatively clean of price fixing until the economic pressures of the last decade
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Terry Pluto on college sports, unions, and where it all may be heading

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Shale drives demand for Ohio short-line railroads
Some railroad companies have struggled for years with the decline of manufacturing and coal shipments, but now the new oil and gas production is changing that.
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Muskingum Watershed approves drilling lease, cuts property tax assessment
Homeowners in 18 Ohio counties will see a drop from $12 to $6 starting next year
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Ohio's rules on fracking and earthquakes are a first
Ohio may be setting a national precedent with new rules imposed on those drilling near fault lines
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Painkiller deaths down while heroin death climb in Ohio
Some are moving to a more lethal addiction
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Asian Carp DNA moves north from Ohio River - State officials are concerned about two points in Northeast Ohio that could be gateways to Lake Erie
 
Goodyear announces 10 finalists in blimp-naming contest - Public voting is now open to choose the name for the new blimp
 
A $30 million plan to turn Cleveland's Public Square from gray to green - Landscape architect James Corner's design would close two blocks of Ontario to traffic and open the space to more grass and green
 
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Get a kick out of notorious comedian Russell Peters as he heads to Cleveland to perform from his most recent set, or head to the Hard Rock Rocksino on Thursday to hear some of Gavin DeGraw’s top hits, including songs like “Chariot" and "I Don't Want to Be." Former “Fat Chef” Rocco Whalen will bring his cooking expertise to Ritchie Hall Theater at Kent State University on Thursday to discuss his passion for cousine and his climb to the top of his career. Click on the link to check out what other events are offered this week!

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Ticket Pre-sale for The Trey Anastasio Band at House of Blues

WKSU listeners can use the code WKSU to purchase tickets on Wednesday, April 23 before they go on sale to the general public to see The Trey Anastasio Band at the Cleveland House of Blues on May 23.

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Download a Pass for 'The Railway Man'

WKSU listeners can download a pass to a preview screening of the new film The Railway Man at the Cedar Lee Theatre on Tuesday, April 22 at 7:30 p.m. Go to the WKSU link at Gofobo.com to download the pass.

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Heroin: Big Trouble in a Small Town

Heroin abuse is gaining a lot of attention as it spreads through Ohio's suburbs. But it's in rural areas like Tuscarawas County that the drug has been a huge problem for a decade. Some describe it as a first love; others as a lifelong battle. Amanda Rabinowitz examines the issue in a three-part series examining heroin abuse in small-town Ohio with stories of addiction, death -- and hope.

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Enjoy a WKSU Member Discount for 'As You Like It'

WKSU members can use their member cards to purchase half-price A-level tickets to the Great Lake Theater's performance of As You Like It on Friday, April 4. Your member card earns you a 10% discount throughout the production's run.

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