Don’t Miss the Heights Music Hop this Friday and Saturday!

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 Outspoken Cyclist – 5/28/2016

Senior editor and non-fiction professor Meg Guroff talks about her new book, The Mechanical Horse Kathleen Bond talks about the PanOhio Hope ride.

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JCU Men’s March Madness LIVE on WJCU-TWO

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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The Heights

Adult Album Alternative and Community News
Ed Sheeran Tenerife Sea @12:10
Greg Laswell Lifetime Ago @11:18
Amos Lee Chill In the Air @11:14
Eli Paperboy Reed My Way Home @11:10
Guster Barrel Of A Gun @11:07
The Strokes OBLIVIOUS @11:03
Ray LaMontagne The Changing Man/While It Still Beats @10:59
Dan Miraldi Devil At Our Heels @10:56
Dar Williams It's Alright @10:53
Kurt Vile I'm An Outlaw @10:47
Hey Marseilles West Coast @10:44
Good Old War Never Gonna See Me Cry @10:40

The Heights

@1 pm Adult Album Alternative and Community News

Biblio Radio – 9.22.2016

Mary Dunbar of Heights Bicycle Coalition talks about an upcoming historical program and bike tour called Cycle Through Time.

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Minding Your Business: Out to Lunch

On this episode, DB and her guests discuss how people have lunch, whether it’s going out, or enjoying it at work.

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