AOL Founder Talks About Cleveland Start-Ups; Neighborhood Initiative; The Federation's Gold Cup

A poster from the "Chasing the Dragon: Life of an Opiate Addict" contest: Photo Credit: Tim Dubravetz

The founder of AOL shares his thoughts on leveraging the internet to strengthen the social sector. 

$25 million to build homes and jump-start businesses in neighborhoods hurt by population loss and years of disinvestment. 
That's Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson's gambit as he seeks an unprecedented fourth four-year term in office. 

And why is soccer's gold cup visiting The City of Trophies today?

Guests: 

Tony Ganzer, All Things Considered Host

Nick Castele, ideastream Reporter

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