Heights Libraries has a new technology podcast, Library Binary.
Heights Library’s Director Nancy Levin fills us in the on Coventry PEACE Park Survey results.
We talk about Bike Cleveland’s Strategic Summit with Executive Director Jacob VanSickle. Then we catch up with long distance traveler Stephen Swift as he is about to complete his 6 year, 26,000 mile journey. And, finally a most enlightening conversation with frame builder and tool maker Joe Roggenbuck.
Caron Whitaker from the LAB talks about the upcoming Senate AV Start Act and the possible ramifications if it passes. Luke Humphreys, new CEO of Pacenti Cycle Design brings us up to speed on the company. Simon Firth – a history!
This is Wordplay with George Bilgere and John Donoghue! It’s the holiday season, so this week’s episode is inspired by one of the season’s more curious food items: Fruitcake. – Christmas Letter,by John Morris – Turning, by Joseph Mills – The Past, by Louis Jenkins – The Storm, by Thomas Hardy – The Flowers, by […]
FRIENDS of Heights Libraries president Ketti Finnerman explains how the group supports the library’s more uncommon services and programs.
A 9-1 regular season earned John Carroll an at large bid to the NCAA Tournament and an opportunity to host the opening round. The Blue Streaks welcomed Randolph-Macon college out of Ashland Virginia into Don Shula Stadium to kickoff their postseason run. In the end, the home field advantage wasn’t enough, as the Yellow Jackets […]
Stocking stuffers from Planet Bike with Kristin Wentworth. A short history and rundown on The Assault on Mt. Mitchell with ride director Katie Jordan. Great conversation with cyclist Marty Jemison about his tour company.
We discuss The California Camp Fire with Travis from Paul Components. New triathlon, SOS Cape Cod is our next subject. Then, it’s the tariffs as we learn why Zak Pashak from Detroit Bikes had his attorney withdraw a 201 petition. Finally, it’s a philosophical discussion about autonomous vehicles – AV – the programmers and the dilemmas that must be faced when faced with dangerous situations.
A 45-35 win over Baldwin Wallace to finish off the regular season clinched a playoff berth for the Blue Streaks. Now they get ready for what they hope is a long run to a national title. First up, a home matchup with Randolph-Macon out of Ashland, Virginia. In the first postseason episode of The John […]