American folk and country singer-songwriter Sean McConnell made a visit to WJCU ahead of the Cleveland show of his tour. Sean discussed his new album Secondhand Smoke, which is also the name of his tour, shared his inspirations for the albums and individual songs and even played a few of them live in studio. You […]
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Dr. Deborah Fleming describes the inspiration behind her new book, The Resurrection of the Wild: Meditations on Ohio’s Natural Landscape, which she will be presenting at Heights Libraries’ Coventry Branch on April 3.
ASL Professor and advocate for the Deaf Dr. Jean Mosley Hall discusses her new book, Paris in America: A Deaf Nanticoke Shoemaker and His Daughter, which she will be presenting at the Coventry Branch on March 18.
Heights Libraries’ Technology Trainer Alyse Giannotti shares some tips for job-seekers in advance of her upcoming employment program at the Lee Road branch.
November Celebration of 20 year Anniversary of the National Novel Writing Month project, Interviews with local experts LS Quinn and Editor Anne Bauswein.
This week’s show is all about Lifestyle Balance, featuring Matt Inglot, host of podcast “Freelance Transformation”, and freelance expert and Watchdog Sue McConnell, president of the Cleveland BBB who tells us what scams to beware of in the freelance world.
This week’s episode is called Brilliant Jerks featuring Jim Schleckser, best selling author & speaker where we discuss talented workers who have social short-comings and how to manage them both as co-workers and as supervisors.
Is the dollar power? Or a rip off? Discussion with Joe Eskenazi, journalist, freelancer for the Guardian newspaper and managing editor of Mission, a local San Francisco news website as well as Dollar Store Diva Marlene Alexander.
DB discusses what it means & what it takes to give Top notch customer service in today’s matketplace. Guests: Hannah Belsito of Destination Cleveland, Heidi Baumgart of Event Source, & Kraig Johnston, president of Food Home.com
Heights Libraries’ Communications Manager Sheryl Banks describes some surprising feedback from a recent survey, and explains why surveys help libraries to better serve the community.