Posted Friday, October 25, 2013
A local shipping operation wants to point its bow toward Europe opening lanes to Cleveland that were never before available. Can it really become the boom its backers want it to be? The director of the Cleveland Museum of Art walks off the job just as one of the biggest events of its history nears. Does David Franklin's abdication mean problems for the local venue? Two of the women once held by Ariel Castro are ready to speak about their ordeal. Join host Rick Jackson for The Sound of Ideas, from 90.3.
Erick Trickey, Senior Editor, Cleveland Magazine
Karen Kasler, Bureau Chief, Statehouse News Bureau
Christopher Quinn, Vice President of Content,Northeast Ohio Media Group
"Stupid” by Nick Andre:
Non stop passes from best friend to best friend,
Continuously doing what doesn’t work,
The inability to separate being a father and a coach,
But yet still the “super star”,
Where’s my scholarship?
I can drop passes,
And be afraid to take a hit.
That’s top of the line Div. 1 material right there.
If that’s what they wanted,
They definitely got it.
This whole town will be glad when he’s gone.
For anyone who doesn’t understand what I’m saying,
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