Child Poverty; Flu Season Approaches; "The Marigolds" Public Art Installation

Cleveland leads the nation with the worst child poverty rate of any U.S. city with more than 250, 000 residents. We're joined by Emily Campbell of The Center for Community Solutions to discuss.

That snap in the air means fall has arrived -- and with it, flu season. What's the influenza outlook for this year and how can we help convince you to get that flu shot?

And Cleveland's newest public art installation features three generations in Cleveland's Buckeye neighborhood. We'll meet the photographer and the family.

Guests: 

Emily Campbell, Associate Director & Senior Fellow, The Center for Community Solutions

Susan Rehm, MD, Infectious Disease Specialist, Cleveland Clinic

Robert Conrad, Co-Founder & President, WCLV

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