Monday, August 26, 2013
Dan Polletta talks to filmmaker Jason Wise whose new documentary focuses on wine and the Master Sommelier Exam - SOMM - which screens this weekend. Plus we hear from retiring lawyer Oliver 'Pudge' Henkel who played a pivotal role in saving the PlayhouseSquare Theaters more than 40 years ago. And Dee Perry speaks with Cleveland Institute of Art instructors Kasumi and Matthew Hollern about life as artists living and working in Cleveland.
Arts and Culture, History, Motion Pictures (Film, Video), Painting, Sculpture, Theatre
Jason Wise, filmmaker
Pudge Henkel, lawyer
Art Falco, PlayhouseSquare
Ned Hill, Cleveland State University
Matthew Hollern, artist
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