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Who Shot Rock & Roll: Akron Art Museum

Video duration: 27:18

Western Reserve Public Media goes behind the scenes of the Akron Art Museum's current exhibition, Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present, which tells the story of the photographers whose works helped to define the musical genre of rock 'n' roll. Visit the website youshotrock.com to share your rock photos.

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Video thumbnail: Western Reserve Public Media Specials The Battle for the Right to Vote

Western Reserve Public Media Specials

The Battle for the Right to Vote

Explore from a local perspective women’s battle for the right to vote.

26:49

The Battle for the Right to Vote

26:49

Video thumbnail: Western Reserve Public Media Specials The Angie Haze Project Presents: The Bigger Picture

Western Reserve Public Media Specials

The Angie Haze Project Presents: The Bigger Picture

Angie Haze brings her musical talents to the Miller South School for the Performing Arts.

56:50

The Angie Haze Project Presents: The Bigger Picture

56:50

Video thumbnail: Western Reserve Public Media Specials 46 Days: The Confessions of Ned Kellogg

Western Reserve Public Media Specials

46 Days: The Confessions of Ned Kellogg

This local production examines the murders of two Kent, Ohio, women over 70 years ago.

56:56

46 Days: The Confessions of Ned Kellogg

56:56

Video thumbnail: Western Reserve Public Media Specials A Closer Look: Mitochondrial Disease

Western Reserve Public Media Specials

A Closer Look: Mitochondrial Disease

Families and Akron Children's Hospital staff help to educate about mitochondrial disease.

54:34

A Closer Look: Mitochondrial Disease

54:34

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