Ideas Sunday - Sari Feldman; Haitian Asylum Seeker Ansly Damus; Minor League Baseball

During her 16 years as executive director, Sari Feldman has led the Cuyahoga County Public Library down paths few might have envisioned. The system's 27 branches have evolved from traditional book-centric, whisper-please institutions into active community centers where hard-bound volumes are but one piece in a mosaic of offerings and services. As she enters her final week on the job, we caught up with Feldman to get her thoughts on this evolution.

Northeast Ohio is home not only to the big-league Cleveland Indians, but to two of the Tribe's farm teams. As ideastream's Bill O'Connell discovered, fans visit those parks as much for the fun, as for the action on the diamond.

Plus, an army of Cleveland Heights residents continues to work on behalf of a Haitian teacher who came to the United States seeking asylum.

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