Ideas Sunday - Robinson Mansion; Cuyahoga River Fish Consumption; Minority Health Research

The last remaining mansion on Akron's millionaire's row wins a reprieve from the wrecking ball. We visit the Robinson Mansion for a look at its storied past and its future.

As we approach the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Cuyahoga River fire, we look at how the river helps define the fabric of life in Northeast Ohio, including how some immigrant and refugee communities use it as a major source of food.

Plus, can urban graffiti and street art promote health and uplift a neighborhood?

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