Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx tells us about the current station of transportation in the U.S., and what we can expect going forward. World traveler Thomas Andersen fills us in on his cycling the globe journey.
Episode 7 – Nov. 28, 2015 – “Staying Positive” The one where the guys channel all the negativity into the most positive podcast they’ve ever done, where they express thanks for all of you, and make a really long list of picks. Follow the guys on Twitter @SportsGuys216.
In this relevant, local show, host DB Hegler talks about Small Business Saturday on November 28 with guests Nicole Leinbach-Reyhle, Jeff Fisher, and Marc Goodman.
Julia interviews Michael Crouch of the library’s buildings department about what it’s like to work behind the scenes at the library.
Andrew McLindon talks about his Family Foundation’s mission of giving adaptive bikes to kids, teens, and young adults. Mina Thorgeson, from Ridgeland, MIssissippi’s tourism center tells us about her city, the amazing options for cyclists, and invites us all to come down and join the 24,000 welcoming residents. Then, we talk with director/product Frekrik Gertten who film, Bikes vs Cars, is screening worldwide to much acclaim and interest.
Episode 6 – Nov. 21, 2015 – “Welcome Home” The one where the guys reconnect with an old friend via the magic of the telephone, discuss college basketball, rock the headlines and geek out like usual. Follow the guys on Twitter @SportsGuys216.
In the final game of the season, the John Carroll University Blue Streaks hosted the Mount Union Purple Raiders in a highly anticipated showdown at Don Shula Stadium. Joe Ginley (play-by-play) and Pat O’Hearne (color analyst) had the call for JCU’s tough season-ending 36-3 loss on Senior Day.
In this helpful edition of Minding Your Business, host DB Hegler discusses job hunting tips and how to approach the job search process with guests Dick Bolles and Maggie Isley.
Canton native band Hey Monea stopped by WJCU to talk about their brand new album and what is coming up for the band!
Julia talks with Amia at Noble about her favorite podcasts, and the podcast listening and discussion program called Listen and Learn.