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Radio museum celebrates voices of the past
The nearly empty Colonial Arcade in downtown Cleveland has had a baseball museum for nine years. In June, a collection of Northeast Ohio radio memorabilia was installed in its lower level.

Vivian Goodman
Nostalgia can be powerful, whether it's for ball players you used to root for or deejays you used to listen to. In downtown Cleveland, there's a way to revisit fields of dreams and hear those voices that won't fade from memory. It's the Baseball Heritage and Broadcast Museum:
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Baseball and Broadcast Heritage Museum Colonial Marketplace Arcade, 530 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115 Museum hours: Monday-Friday, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. More information: BOB AT 216-978-5068 or JIM AT 216-832-9564

Related Links & Resources
utube video of opening day of the radio museum, part one

utube video of the radio museum's opening day, part two

Listener Comments:

Thanks so much for the work you did on the Baseball and Broadcast Museum and for making people out there aware that these two museums are there for the public to enjoy. Nice audio and announcing on your part Vivian!!!

Posted by: Jim Davison (Northfield) on December 20, 2008 2:25PM
Very interesting program. Hopefully many more will not only listen but travel to the museum.

Posted by: W Boyd (Girard,Oh) on December 19, 2008 7:43PM
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