Wednesday, November 27, 2002 at 1:49 PM
When we talk about northeast Ohio's wide variety of ethnic foods, it's one way of talking about international issues without getting too serious. Cleveland's Cultural Gardens can have the same effect. Trees and flowers and light conversation. We continue our exploration of the Cultural Gardens with help from students taking a local history seminar at Cleveland State University. Class member Jessica Puerta explains that the symbols of peace and brotherhood rooted in the gardens often had deeper meanings.
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