Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Cleveland storyteller shares stories from the city's gilded age

"Our mission is to make Clevelanders more proud of Cleveland through its great history."

That's what storyteller Dan Ruminski said before his talk on the families of Millionaire's Mile Monday.

Ruminski told his stories to a packed house at our Main Branch; but, if you missed his talk, that doesn't mean you have to miss his stories.

You can still buy Ruminski's book, Cleveland in the Gilded Age, from his website. The book costs $20 and part of the proceeds go the Willoughby Rotary Autism Project, which purchases iPads for children with autism.

We had the chance to interview Ruminski before his talk Monday. See what he had to say about Cleveland, its history and the power of stories.
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