In the summer of 1893 and at the beginning of an economic depression, President Grover Cleveland disappeared for four days to have secret surgery on a yacht. Author Matthew Algeo recounts the episode, and the lengths Cleveland went to to cover it up, in The President Is a Sick Man.
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Third in a series of recordings to be created and released throughout 2011.
Words and Music by Mark J. Hulme 1999, recorded 2011. Enjoy, and please share. Purchase: http://music.markjhulme.com
Daisy Left Her Grover by Mark J. Hulme is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://www.markjhulme.com/pages/about.
Around Noon: “Next to Normal,” Brandi Carlile and “100 Days in Cleveland” / ideastream - Northeast Ohio Public Radio, Television and Multiple Media
Dee Perry welcomes back former Clevelander Alice Ripley the Tony-award-winning star of Next To Normal which is onstage at PlayhouseSquare. Plus Jim Goldurs spotlights the music of Brandi Carlile who takes the Nautica stage tonight. And we meet the talented artist Julia Kuo who celebrates her adopted home in her new blog - 100 Days in Cleveland.