Scene Podcast: '60s Soul in Cleveland, Violence Interrupts West Denison's Little League Summer, and More

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This week, host Craig Lyndall chats with Eric Sandy about a few choice stories from the latest issue, including the story of Way Out Records, a small soul label in Cleveland that operated in the '60s and counted Jim Brown and Don King as investors, and how a neighborhood has reacted after violence interrupted the West Denison little league's summer.

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