Status Of Ohio's Women Analysis; Book Details Unique Cleveland Eateries

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The Center for Community Solutions released a first of its kind analysis of how women fare in Ohio in each of the state's 88 counties. From health, to education to income, researchers compiled data to come up with a snapshot of women's issues.

The results showed deep disparities not just between women and their male counterparts but often between counties themselves.

Then, Cleveland has built its reputation on its food scene.  A new book gives readers a culinary guide to some of the best restaurants and best-kept secrets too. Plus, NPR's new political series puts voters front and center with candidates.
 

For More Information:

Status of Ohio's Women fact sheets for each county

Unique Eats book web site

Reedy Press web site

Guests: 

Melissa Federman, Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning, The Center for Community Solutions  
Fran Golden, Author, “Unique Eats and Eateries of Cleveland,” Travel Writer  
David G. Molyneaux, “Unique Eats and Eateries of Cleveland,” Travel Writer  
LuLu Garcia-Navarro, Host, NPR Weekend Edition
Eric Marrapodi, Lead Editor, Off Script, Senior Supervising Producer, Morning Edition, NPR
Deborah Goodrich Royce, Author, "Finding Mrs. Ford”
 

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