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    • Original Script for Square Pegs

    • Bands; Music; Musicians; Waitresses; Square Pegs
    • Script for the 1982-1983 CBS sitcom starring Sarah Jessica Parker. The Waitresses wrote and performed the theme song and appeared on the first episode as a band at a school dance, and played I Know What Boys Like.
    • City Club Forum: Ken Burns, documentary producer [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Burns, Ken, 1953-; Documentaries; Learning; History
    • Tuesday Special Forum: ''The war,'' is a new film about World War II, created by documentary filmmaker Ken Burns to address this question: ''What was it like to be in that war?'' Burns continues, ''In front of every episode, there's a printed...
    • Ture Johnson appearing on the Woodrow the Woodsman show in 1964.

    • Conroy, Clay; Woodrow the Woodsman; Johnson, Ture
    • Ture Johnson and Woodrow The Woodsman. Johnson ran the Maple Sugar production in Burton before going on to join the state of Ohio Division of Forestry. The New Sugar Maker Award at the Ohio State Fair, given to Sugar Makers with less the five...
    • Constance Haynes and her daughter Barbara, 4

    • Glenville Shootout; Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio); Haynes, Constance; Haynes, James; Riots & demonstrations
    • Constance Haynes and her daughter Barbara prepare to move from their apartment at 1270 E. 83rd St. James Haynes, the husband of Constance, was shot to death on July 24, 1968, during the Glenville Shootout, a six-day episode of violence in...
    • James C. Haynes

    • Haynes, James;Glenville Shootout; Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio); Riots & demonstrations
    • James C. Haynes, 30, of 1270 E. 83rd St. Haynes, a stock clerk at TRW, was killed by the bullet of a sniper on July 24, 1968, in the midst of a six-day episode of violence known today as the Glenville Shootout.
    • Stone Sarcophagus

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Small Presses; Poetry; Poets; Radical America
    • Stone Sarcophagus., by d.a. levy. First in a series of poetry pamphlets published by Radical America, Madison, Wisconsin. 196-?. "Tune in today for tomorrow's episode"-- front cover.
    • WCLV "Poetry Seminar" radio program broadcasts: 1963-1964 [Audio]

    • WCLV (Radio station : Cleveland, Ohio); Radio; Radio programs; Interviews; Billera, Jau; Poetry; Poets; Art; Editing; Publishing; Printing; Taylor, Kent; Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Simon, Adelaide; Atkins, Russell; Poetry readings; Fenn...
    • Poetry Seminar was a weekly radio show that aired Saturday afternoons in Cleveland on station WCLV in the early-mid 1960s, when the station was still located in the Eastgate Shopping Center in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. The show, hosted by local poet...

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