On this edition of Biblio Radio: Heights Knowledge & Innovation Center Grand Opening.
Grant Petersen of Rivendell Bicycle Works; Traveler and author Heather Andersen
On this edition of Biblio Radio: A Letter to Your Future Self; Ibero-American Film Festival; Third Tuesday Book Club; Cleveland Historic Treasures: Lee Road History and Walking Tour.
WJCU’s Karoline Kramer-Gould sat down with James McCartney Saturday, May 11th, prior to his show in Cleveland at the Beachland Ballroom.
Karoline Kramer-Gould conducts an in-studio interview with Seth Glier.
ChamberFest Cleveland will return in June for a second season, titled It’s About Time, focusing on the relation between music and time.
Author Pete Jordan; Rob Gusky of Kimberl-Clark and the National Bike Challenge; U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood.
On this edition of Biblio Radio: Dobama Book Club; The Lyons by Nicky Silver; Being a Caregiver; Steadfast or Stressed Step Out of Time; Exploring Meditation Right Proper Tea Party
Cleveland Heights is offering a number of activities to celebrate National Historic Preservation Month. For more information on registering for the events, visit heightsobserver.org.