The Great War; Lorain Veterans Talk Addiction; Indians Preview

One hundred years after the United States entered "The Great War," American Experience looks back at World War I. We'll examine its impact on Northeast Ohio, then and now.

We'll visit an area rehab center where modern day veterans are recovering from addictions, and learn how they're fighting back.

And, the Indians home opener is a day away and fans are saying, wait until this year.

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Mark Urycki details how a Cleveland medical unit led by Dr. George Crile brought medical innovations to the Allies, using new techniques that saved lives.

WCPN Sound of ideas: Early Stage Dementia

Guests: 

Tony Ganzer, ideastream

Eric Rivet, Western Reserve Historical Society

Bill Livingston, The Plain Dealer

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