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John W. Carlson, Inlet Dance

Season 25 Episode 1 | 26m 46s

Learn about the life and legacy of the late artist, John W. Carlson, who is remembered with a retrospective exhibition at 78th St. Studios in Cleveland. Plus, delve into the history and choreography of the Inlet Dance Theater. And before it's dismantled at the end of October, a final look at Patrick Dougherty's stick art, on display at the Holden Arboretum.

Aired: 10/06/22
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Meet an ice sculptor who creates with a chainsaw and listen for the Cleveland Chorale.
"The Breakfast at the Bookstore" opens at Karamu House.
A mainstay in the local folk music scene reflects on a 50 year career.
History buffs gather in Canton to showcase their vast collections of political items.
Stained glass is Lynne Provance's passion; now she teaches it to others.
The Black Beanz dancers get in step and Ava Preston shows off her pitch-perfect vocals.
See what's cooking in Ashtabula to embrace healthy food that's grown locally.
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We share the French impressions on view at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
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Celebrate 25 years of GroundWorks Dance Theater with David Shimotakahara.
Meet an ice sculptor who creates with a chainsaw and listen for the Cleveland Chorale.
"The Breakfast at the Bookstore" opens at Karamu House.
A mainstay in the local folk music scene reflects on a 50 year career.
History buffs gather in Canton to showcase their vast collections of political items.
A Northeast Ohio native, with a love for basketball, takes creative control of his favorit
Stained glass is Lynne Provance's passion; now she teaches it to others.
The story of Sojourner Truth's historic speech and the statue it inspired.
The Black Beanz dancers get in step and Ava Preston shows off her pitch-perfect vocals.
See what's cooking in Ashtabula to embrace healthy food that's grown locally.