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Celebrate the eight days of Chanukah with special holiday programs on Sunday, Dec. 17. See the complete list of Holiday Programs for 2017 HERE!

2 PM-3 PM - Chanukah in Story and Song 2017 (PRI)
This hour-long Chanukah favorite returns: A celebration by The Western Wind performing Ladino songs of Spanish Jews, Yiddish melodies of Eastern Europe and modern Israeli tunes. 

You can benefit WKSU effortlessly while shopping at Amazon.com. If you enter Amazon through smile.amazon.com, choose Friends of WKSU as your charity and part of your purchase price will find its way back. It's amazing how quickly these small donations can add up to something significant!

Learn more about Amazon Smile HERE!

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HuffPost, in partnership with WKSU, presents a conversation with community leaders and experts about future plans for the decommissioned Inner-Belt Highway. The event at the Akron Art Museum will begin at 6 p.m. (doors at 5:30 p.m.) and is free and open to the public. Reserve your free ticket now through Evenbrite by clicking HERE.  

 

Journalist Mark Arehart has joined the award-winning WKSU News staff. His focus will be primarily arts and culture, along with team reporting on larger news projects. Arehart comes to Northeast Ohio from Dover, Delaware, where he was arts reporter and local host for NPR’s Morning Edition for Delaware Public Media. He previously worked at KNKX (formerly KPLU) in Seattle as a reporter/producer, Kansas Public Radio as a Weekend Edition host and KYUK in Alaska where he was a reporter and host.

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