DB and her guests talk about how a workplace can be influenced by social aspects, including social media.
Adult Services Librarian Stephen Sanders tells us about a spooky audiobook from our collection: The Thing on the Doorstep and Other Stories by H.P. Lovecraft.
Frame builder Kris Henry from 44 Bikes; Emily O’Brien, classical musician, long-distance cyclist, and the maker of Dill Pickle cycling gear.
Eddie is joined by Defensive End Jimmy Thomas and Wide Receiver Kody Kidd to preview John Carroll’s upcoming match-up with the Ohio Northern Polar Bears.
The City of Shaker Heights is considering closing their municipal health department. Instead, they would rely on the county health department.
Enjoy this week’s Wordplay, Hard Child, featuring poems: – Hard Child, by Natalie Shapero – Will We Survive, by Peter Harris – Plates Are Hot, by Stephen Dunn – New Thing, by Mark Halliday – Peonies, by Jim Harrison
Friends of Heights Libraries Book Shop Chair Jan Jones talks to us about the Friends Book Shop and monthly book sales.
Three-fer tonight! Sam Gwynne, Dr. Jason Gill, and Sue Knaup. Details to follow!
Technology Librarian Jackie Mayse tells us about a new library program called Learning Circles.
Ian Dille on the new digital content site FloBikes.com; Brian Jenks and I talk a bunch of random bike topics; author Paul Maunder discusses his new book Rainbows in the Mud