Posted Thursday, September 6, 2012
This month marks the 25th anniversary of the first celebration of National Women’s History Month. We mark the occasion by taking a look at some women who are making a difference in Northeast Ohio.
One of those is Frannie Taft, an art lover who’s revealed the wonders of art to so many.
And we meet a craftswoman practicing an ancient art form that might help you keep a favorite book on the shelf.
Plus, we’ll hear some heavenly sounds from Northeast Ohio harpist Yolanda Kondinassis.
And we meet an artist whose allergies forced her to find new ways to express herself.
Arts and Culture, History, Music