The State of West Side Market & Crazy Rich Asians

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The 106-year-old West Side Market, a Cleveland landmark, is still full of local shoppers and facinated tourists. But there's some concern over the number of empty stands and problems associated with an aging building. I'm Mike McIntyre. Join us as we discuss the state of the West Side Market, Monday morning at 9 on the Sound of Ideas. Later, Asian-Americans in Northeast Ohio talk about the film Crazy Rich Asians, which features an all-Asian cast.


-Felicia Hall, West Side Market Manager, City of Cleveland 
-Travis Alley, Owner, Rooted In Cleveland & Vice President, West Side Market Tenants Association
-Amanda Dempsey, Community Engagement and Events Director, Mitchell's Ice Cream and Former Manager, West Side Market

-Ron Falconi, Mayor, Brunswick
-Joyce Ng, Development Manager, Building Hope in the City
-Michael Yap, Head of Business Development, Gen Mobile

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