Thursday, July 3, 2014
A real-life murder-mystery that happened in Northeast Ohio sixty years ago on July 4th that some say inspired the TV series, The Fugitive, and a feature film by the same name.
And in our monthly installment of Beyond the Dish, we get a lesson in etiquette at Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens.
Plus, on Applause America we introduce you to designer and inventor Lance Greathouse who restores peoples’ sense of dignity by tricking out wheelchairs.
William V. Levy, Former Newspaper Reporter
Doris O’Donnell-Beaufait, Former Newspaper Reporter
Patricia J. Falk, CSU Professor of Law
Jeffrey E. Lewis, School of Law, Saint Louis University
Jim Urban, Stan Hywet
Lance Greathouse, Greathouse Labs
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Special thanks to the Oberlin Conservatory of Music at Oberlin College for the use of their Steinway Piano.
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