School Security Industry; Building Futures; SPARX City Hop

As students head back to school, we take a look at how some districts are working to make the buildings safer.

There is a new program that allows people to trade in an unloaded gun for free job training as a part of the Building Futures program

We at a look back at the life and legacy of the Queen of Soul,  Aretha Franklin who died from pancreatic cancer. 

This weekend many can be a tourist in their own city by hopping on a trolley for the SPARX City Hop

Guests: 

Wilson Jones, Union Miles Development Corporation, Building Futures Trainer

Michael Deemer, Downtown Cleveland Alliance, Executive Vice President, Business Development and Legal Affairs

Russ Brunn, Artist

 

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