Lee Gambol at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History talks about an upcoming program on the story of Balto at the University Heights branch.
It’s a one-on-one conversation with probably the most revered name in frame building – Richard Sachs. Needs no more introduction!
One More Win. The one where the guys talk about Game 7 of the NBA Finals, get upset by the antics of a few Indians fans, and where Dale talks to Jeff Little (@OhioHockeyDog) from JacketsCannon.com about the Lake Erie Monsters winning the Calder Cup. Follow the guys on Twitter @SportsGuys216.
Hoisting the Calder Cup. The one where Dale talks to Jeff Little (@OhioHockeyDog) from JacketsCannon.com about the Lake Erie Monsters winning the Calder Cup, the future of Ohio hockey and why you should start paying attention to the Columbus Blue Jackets. Follow the guys on Twitter @SportsGuys216.
Julia and Beth talk about summer volunteer opportunities and riding the Book Bike.
World Bicycle Relief ambassador Carlos Perea talks about his trip to Africa and his wildly successful fund raising efforts. Ohio Bicycle Lawyer Steve Magas puts some perspective on the horrific crash that killed five and injured four cyclists in Kalamazoo, Michigan earlier in the week
Julia and Jessica at Noble talk about the film screening of The Refugees of Shangri-La, which tells the stories of Nepali Bhutanese refugees to America.
It’s our 300th show and we have three guests to help us celebrate. My partner Brian Jenks talks a bit about his work and about our tandem experiences. Sam Fox fills us in on the new 3-event series from the Michael J. Fox Foundation. Cycle De Oro owner Dale Brown tells us Classic Rendezvous and the weekend celebration of “nostalgia” coming up next Saturday and Sunday.
Taking Attendance. The one where the guys talk about the Cavaliers struggles in game one, try to convince you it will be okay, and blame the Browns for everything (ok, it was just Dale as usual). Follow the guys on Twitter @SportsGuys216.
Summer reading is here! Listen to learn about the program for readers ages 0-100.