Wednesday, December 18, 2002 at 1:15 PM
The Cleveland Cultural Gardens represent the identity of two dozen different ethnic groups living in northeast Ohio. But these days the park is struggling to retain its identity as a whole. Throughout our Accents series, students in a local history seminar at Cleveland State University have taken us on a tour of the gardens and its history. In our final installment of stories on the gardens, class member Monica McMahon takes a look at what they can mean to northeast Ohio today and in the future.
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