Sat Oct. 1st Streaks Football Broadcast Coverage Cancelled

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 […]

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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On the Air

The Heights at Night

Adult Album Alternative and Community News
X Ambassadors (feat. Jamie N Commons) Low Life @2:55
R.E.M. Radio Song @2:51
Chris Whitley Big Sky Country @2:46
Radiohead Lotus Flower @2:42
Lake Street Dive Side Pony @2:39
Rodrigo T Gabriela Diablo Rojo @2:35
Nirvana All Apologies @2:31
Elvis Costello Veronica @2:28
Charley Crockett I Am Not Afraid @2:26
XTC Senses Working Overtime @2:21
Hippo Campus Suicide Saturday @2:17
Sharon Van Etten Not Myself @2:13

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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