Live coverage of the JCU Blue Streaks at Wilmington football game has been cancelled due to technical issues at the Wilmington football venue. We apologize to all our Blue Streaks fans! Just the same, be sure to tune in to 88.7 or lock on to our stream for the WJCU’s “Sports Report” from 1-3 PM […]
Heights Music Hop is this weekend! 72 artists (Including NEO Rock’s own Jason Patrick Meyers!) performing on Friday and Saturday at a variety of venues spread out across the Cedar-Lee and Cedar-Fairmount districts in Cleveland Heights. No admissions – no covers, and free meter parking in selected areas. Get the entire rundown of schedules and […]
The JCU men’s basketball team hosts St. Vincent College in round 1 of the NCAA Div. 3 Championship this Friday night, and Sports Director Joe Ginley and the WJCU sports team will be live on WJCU Two with all the action Coverage begins at 7:30 p.m. with tipoff at 8:00 – listen live on your […]
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Conversations on Health CareConversations on Health Care examines opportunities for reform and innovation in the health care system. In addition to health care headlines, the centerpiece of each show is a feature story and conversation with an innovator in the delivery of care from around the globe. Co-hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter each bring four decades of experience in overcoming the barriers that block access to care in their work at community health centers. Their conversations with creative thinkers and doers from all parts of the field will enlighten and inspire all who believe that Health Care is a Right, Not a Privilege.
Oluremi Ann Oliver of the Cleveland Association of Black Storytellers talks about their upcoming storytelling performance called “Look Back In Wonder”.
Jonathan Wilhelm of Dobama Theatre talks about his upcoming readers-theater performance, Great Librarians I Have Known.
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