President of Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland (WAVE sponsor), Sister Susan Durkin speaks of the mission and history of the Ursuline Sisters, and Ursuline College.
International etiquette & modern manners expert, Sharon Schweitzer discuss holiday etiquette: holiday tipping, navigating the holiday party, to drink or not to drink, gifting/re-gifting etiquette, how to avoid the family drama & how to handle the stress of holiday travel, etc.
Jeffery Allen, Director of Education/Special Programs, Maltz Museum details us on the latest exhibition: Beyond Chicken Soup, Jews and Medicine in America. This exhibition illustrates how the field of medicine has at once been a vehicle for discrimination, acculturation, and strengthening Jewish identity, runs through April, 2018; Kelly McMullin, LSW, Summa Health talks about the Opioid/Opiate Crisis & Summa Health's treatment centers.
Karamu House 2.0: Castmembers of the Holiday Jazz Revue, runs through Dec. 17, stop by to give us a tease of the original production featuring the standards from Irving Berlin, Cole Porter to Ella Fitgerald & Donny Hathaway and many more. The revue promises something for everyone; Dr. Elaine Richardson, "Dr. E", Cleveland's own returns home w/ her amazing vocals for her CD Release Concert Tour, Fri. Dec. 8, Bop Stop. She talks about her life, and her life-long love affair with music and how the music saved her life.
Playwright/Author James Baldwin's, The Amen Corner, premieres at the Holy Trinity Cultural Arts Center, Dec. 1-10. Peter Lawson Jones, Male Lead in the production and Dr. Andrew Clark, Holy Trinity Cultural Arts Center, join us in studio to talk about the renaissance of Cleveland, and the collaboration w/ Terrance Spivey's Long Ladder Ensemble Company.