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Tiffany Hamilton has more than two decades of experience as a sign language interpreter and has been interpreting music through American Sign Language since she was a child.

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Signing the Symphony
Story by Vivian Goodman
Sunday night when the Canton Symphony Orchestra opens its season the audience will be able to “see” the music.  An American Sign Language interpreter will make songs by Leonard Bernstein and Aaron Copland accessible to all.  WKSU’s Vivian Goodman reports the interpreted performance is part of a larger initiative to serve the deaf community.
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The state of Cleveland's schools
Schools CEO Eric Gordon sizes up the impact of recent reforms
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Pluto: Can the star-studded Cavs win with a rookie NBA coach?
The revamped Cavs are considered to be championship contenders with LeBron James, Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving. But they'll be led by a rookie NBA coach.
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What the U.S. Supreme Court ruling means for early voting
Head of the Association of Election Officials plays down the difficulties
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Ohio's Attorney General doesn't expect executions to resume as scheduled
Mike Dewine doubts the executions in Ohio will continue without changes in state laws
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Property owners meet about NEXUS pipeline
The meeting is in Medina but property owners from as far away as Toledo are expected to attend
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Babcock & Wilcox looks at a corporate split
The Power Generation Division of B&W is major employer in northeast Ohio
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Fitzgerald's take on new Quinnipiac Poll
Poll show widening gap between the Democrat and incumbent John Kasich in the race for governor
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Akron congregation makes a big move - 104-year-old Temple Israel moving to new home in Bath Township
 
Ohio Supreme Court upholds drunk driving test challenge - Other headlines:  new complaints against Bank of America in neglecting foreclosed homes, student who ventured on field during OSU game loses scholarship
 
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Now that it's officially fall, it's time for the Hale Farm's Harvest Festival. It's also time to mark the 75th anniversary of the movie "Gone with the Wind." Not to mention, productions of "Les Misérables" and "You Can't Take it With You" and Macy Gray comes to the area - and more this week in Northeast Ohio.

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Dr. Beverly Warren Speaks at the Akron Roundtable

Kent State University President Beverly Warren is the featured speaker at the Akron Roundtable for October. The address takes place at a luncheon on Oct. 16 at Quaker Station at Quaker Square Inn. WKSU will rebroadcast the speech on Thursday, Oct. 23

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WKSU Discount for Great Lakes Theater

WKSU members can purchase half-priced tickets for Great Lakes Theater productions - The Merry Wives of Windsor on Sept. 26 and Les Miserables on Oct. 3. Other performances also discounted.

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Second Annual Show What You Grow! Contest

It's harvest time in Northeast Ohio! Share pictures of your bounty and you could win a $50 gift card to Countryside Farmer's Markets. The deadline for entering is Oct. 3. All pictures will be posted on the Quick Bites Facebook page.

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WKSU's Autumn 2014 Station Break

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