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Who Gets to Call Themselves ‘Clevelanders’?

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After recording our first episode of The Downtowner, my co-host Amy and I got into it with our guest, historian Mark Souther, about what is considered “Cleveland” in our first bonus episode of the podcast.

My co-host Amy Eddings, our guest Mark Souther and I pondering the question: Who gets to call themselves ‘Clevelanders’?

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2 Comments

  1. We love and miss Amy Eddings, who rendered our daily NPR soak both reassuring and accountable.

    Both your voices are sorely missing from Gotham’s delightful din. Godspeed on this exiting new effort! xoxo

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