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Ohio Farmers Upset by Soaring Taxes; Fmr. NEA chair react to President's Budget; Techspressionism

Cavs Fans watching the ESPN Show First Take at The Hofbraushaus Cleveland. Photo Credit: Tim Dubravetz

Ohio farmers are beseeching lawmakers to deflect soaring taxes on their land. But could  aiding them,  damage another ohio industry?

Heard the term techspressionism? An Ohio grad is shaking up things in the art world, by creating  and practicing  a brand new genre.

And the former Chair of the National Endowment for the Arts stops by to discuss President Donald Trump's proposal to cut funding to the arts and  his role as resident curator for the inaugural AHA! Festival. 


John Frohnmayer, Former Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts

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