Preserving Cleveland's Huletts; Making Art Work; Statehouse Update

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Touted as a mechanical engineering marvel, Hulett ore-unloaders helped make Cleveland a shipping hub in the 20th Century.  But advances in technology made the gigantic Huletts obsolete by the early 1990s.    The Cleveland Landmarks Commission greenlighted a proposal last week that would put part of a Hulett near the lakefront in a planned new development area.  But some preservationionists claim the plan falls short.     We will discuss the effort to commemorate Cleveland's Huletts.   Then, how do artists make ends meet while also pursuing their creative passions?     Plus the latest from the statehouse. 

Guests: 

Matt Zone, Ward 15, Cleveland City Council 
Tim Donovan, Executive Director, Canalway Partners  
Ray Saikus, President, Citizens Vision
Carrie Wise, Managing Producer, Arts & Culture  
David C. Barnett, Seniors Arts Reporter, Arts & Culture, Ideastream  
Karen Kasler, Statehouse News Bureau Chief, Ohio Public Radio/TV 
 

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