No Sleep in the CLE with Justin Markert and Stephanie Sheldon

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On this week's episode of No Sleep in the CLE, Justin sits down with the founder of the Cleveland Flea, Stephanie Sheldon. They talk about the history of the Flea and how it turned into a giant Cleveland event and how Stephanie got her start in architecture and then transitioned into branding small businesses — as well as a discussion and ranking of Wes Anderson's films.

The Cleveland Flea happens on Saturday, April 11, at Tyler Village (East 36th and Superior).



Music Featured this week: Ragers, ITEM.

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