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Recent Arts Coverage from ideastream

66th Annual Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards

The Sound of Applause
Posted September 5, 2001

You’ll meet two of this year’s winners of the 2001 Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards as Dee speaks with F.X. Toole about his life on the ropes in the world of boxing. Plus, lifetime achievement winner for poetry Lucille Clifton.

History of a World Class Orchestra

The Sound of Applause
Posted September 29, 2000

Dee Perry Interviews Donald Rosenberg, author of "The Cleveland Orchestra Story: Second to None."

Clevelander Finds Success in Comedy: An Interview with Andy Borowitz

The Sound of Applause
Posted August 7, 2000

When Andy Borowitz was a student in the Shaker Heights school system, he found that cracking jokes was a sport at which he could excel. As an adult, he's made millions of people crack up as one of the creators, writers and producers of the series starring Will Smith, "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air." Borowitz also wrote for the cult hit "Square Pegs," the Emmy-nominated series "Day by Day" and the Oscar-nominated film "Pleasantville," as well as contributing to numerous humor columns to the New Yorker Magazine, the New York Times and TV Guide. He's recently published two new books, "Rationalizations to Live By," from Workman Publishing, and "The Trillionaire Next Door: The Greedy Investor's Guide to Daytrading" from Harper Press. Borowitz stopped by our studios recently on a book tour that brought him back home. And he told Dee Perry how he came to realize that being funny could actually be his life's work.

The Three Chefs

The Sound of Applause
Posted June 23, 2000

In honor of the Three Tenors coming to Cleveland, we present the Three Chefs! On Friday's Around Noon, we talked with food Chefs Brandt Evans of Kosta's, Joe Gallo of Agostino's, and Marlin Kaplan of One Walnut. They shared with us their favorite summer recipes. Why not turn a few heads at your next party by adding these to your menu?

An Art Reborn: Modern Japanese Prints from the AMAM Collection

The Sound of Applause
Posted June 8, 2000

The art of education is on display now at Oberlin College, the home of the Allen Memorial Art Museum. It is here where select Oberlin art history students get the chance to play the role of curator, learning what it takes to put together an exhibition for a nationally renowned museum. Recently, Oberlin senior Adrianna Del Collo put together the dynamic exhibit "An Art Reborn: Modern Japanese Prints from the AMAM Collection." Around Noon's Dee Perry paid a visit to the Allen and spoke with Adrianna and her supervisor, Charles Mason, Curator of Asian Art.

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