Adult Services Librarian John Piche talks about his upcoming discussion group featuring The New York Times Magazine, 1619 Project.
Debra Bogaards talks about her Equinox spin-club; Sue Prant from Community Cycles in Boulder; Kevin Wren from Wren Cycles
Library Tech Trainer Alyse Giannotti talks fake news in advance of her new Tech Talk, “How to Spot Fake News”.
On the 9th anniversary of the show, it’s Chris Carmichael from CTS in Colorado talking about regaining confidence after a crash; The Department of the Interior announces that eBikes are welcome; and Tim O’Mara from Bearings Bike Shop in Atlanta shares his incredible story of helping kids.
Youth Services Associate Steve Eigsti introduces a new teen program at Coventry: The Homeschool Geo Group.
Lynn Salvo – two-time Guiness World Record Holder for her cross country rides in the U.S. & Canada is setting new goals and reaching for new records. Jamie Whitmore, the most successful female Xterra athlete in history, now race and wins as a para-cyclist.
Communications Manager Sheryl Banks walks us through the history of National Library Card Sign-Up Month.
Jessica Chicinno with IIHS talks about a new study on bike lanes and their safety. Seattle Times reporter Heidi Groover explains why a bike lane that was already planned approved never happened. Mikael Colville-Andersen and Diane chat up a storm about his brand of “urbansim” and how cities are adopting it.
Episode 6: The Onion of JCU Joe Miller ’59 joins Dave and Chelsea to explore the legend of Harry Gauzman. Enrolled in classes at JCU and even writing articles in the Carroll News, was Harry Gauzman an actual student at Carroll? Join us to find out.
Episode 5: A Road Less Traveled Dave sits down with Rafeale Gibson ’05 to explore his experience as a first generation college student at John Carroll and how self-determination and the University community guided him through his journey to graduation.