This edition of Minding Your Business includes DB talking about how much an employee is actually worth in the workplace with her guests.
This episode of Minding Your Business includes DB and her guests talking about sleep deprivation in the workplace, and how it affects efficiency.
Heights Libraries has a new early literacy program in the works for 2017: 1,000 Books before Kindergarten! Youth Services Librarian Maggie Kinney explains.
Bicycling Editor-in-chief Bill Strickland and I discuss a variety of great cycling topics. Author, journalist, and editor Guy Andrews talks about his new book Greg LeMond, Yellow Jersey Racer. Probably one of the Top 10 gift ideas for 2016!
Technology librarian Jackie Mayse explains Heights Libraries’ new drop-in technology support service, Ask a Tech Trainer.
Paul Brodek relates the story of Sun Tour and its fall from the bicycle industry. Scott Kasper, father, son, and brother-in-law to 4 close family members who all have Type I diabetes, tells us about the JDRF foundation, the rides, the fund raising, and the breakthroughs in treatment as the medical community searches for a cure to this auto-immune disease.
Bicycle painter Taliah Lempert talks about her work. Dan Wuori wraps up the 2016 World Tours, Tour de France, Rio Olympics, and more.
Youth Services staffer Angelica George describers her new program, Girl Engineers, designed to encourage girls to enjoy science, math, engineering, and technology.
Carole Wallencheck discusses the new book A Gentleman In Moscow by Amor Towles, about a political prisoner who lives out his life in the Metropol Hotel.
Ayesha McGowan, a young energetic young lady who has already put two state titles to her credit as a 29 year old racer. Executive Director of Rails-to-Trails gives us a look at the upcoming election from a transportation standpoint. Marlaine Koehler directs the Waterfront Regeneration Trust up in Canada and gives us the lowdown on the 2,000km cross-Canada trail.