WKSU and the Hudson Library & Historical Society Present Terry Pluto and Amanda Rabinowitz

Each week, sports columnist and Northeast Ohio legend Terry Pluto brings his talents to WKSU. “Morning Edition” host Amanda Rabinowitz is his regular partner, engaging the audience with insights, predictions and general observations on the health, well-being and success of the region’s beloved teams. Despite a general lack of championship rings, Cleveland sports franchises inspire fans who are recognized for their loyalty and enthusiasm. 
On Wednesday, Sept. 30, at 6:30 p.m., Pluto and Rabinowitz bring their show live to the Hudson Library & Historical Society (located in Hudson’s First & Main shopping district). The free event begins with the duo discussing the fates and fortunes of the Indians, Browns and Cavs before opening the conversation to the audience with a spirited question-and-answer session. Seating is limited, and registration is required. “An Evening with Terry Pluto and Amanda Rabinowitz” is co-presented by WKSU and the Hudson Library & Historical Society. Information and registration is available at WKSU.org/events or hudsonlibrary.org.
Representatives from Hudson’s The Learned Owl Book Shop will be on hand to sell copies of Pluto’s books. 
Support for this event is provided by Dave Walter BMW and Dave Walter VW.
Pluto is a sports columnist for The Plain Dealer. He has twice been honored by the Associated Press Sports Editors as the nation’s top sports columnist for medium-sized newspapers. He is a nine-time winner of the Ohio Sports Writer of the Year award and has received more than 50 state and local writing awards. In 2005, he was inducted into the Cleveland Journalism Hall of Fame. He is the author of 23 books, including Loose Balls, which was ranked number 13 on Sports Illustrated’s list of the top 100 sports books of all time. He was called “Perhaps the best American writer of sports books” by the Chicago Tribune in 1997. His latest book is Glory Days in Tribe Town: The Cleveland Indians and Jacobs Field 1994-1997.
Rabinowitz has been a reporter, host and producer at WKSU since 2007, and has been in broadcasting for 12 years. She is the daily news anchor for WKSU’s “Morning Edition” and was named assistant news director in 2011. Rabinowitz has been honored by the Radio-Television News Directors Association with two Regional Murrow awards and has won awards from the Press Club of Cleveland, Ohio Professional Writers and the National Federation of Press Women. Rabinowitz came to WKSU following an eight-year term at WJER-AM/FM in Dover, Ohio, where she won an Ohio Associated Press Broadcasters award for Best Reporter in the state.
WKSU is an award-winning public radio station and service of Kent State University that broadcasts to 22 counties in Northeast Ohio from the station’s primary signal at 89.7. WKSU content also can be heard over WKRW 89.3 (Wooster), WKRJ 91.5 (Dover/New Philadelphia), WKSV 89.1 (Thompson), WNRK 90.7 (Norwalk) and W239AZ 95.7 (Ashland). The station adds WKSU-2 Folk Alley, WKSU-3 The Classical Channel and WKSU-4 The News Channel over HD Radio and as streaming audio at www.wksu.org.

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Media Contact:
Ann VerWiebe, verwiebe@wksu.org, 330-672-9153

POSTED: Wednesday, September 23, 2015 - 3:33pm
UPDATED: Wednesday, September 23, 2015 - 4:17pm
Ann VerWiebe