Community Engagement Associate Isabelle Rew shares information about Heights Libraries’ community art gallery, located at the Lee Road branch.
Olympian and Champion Mara Abbott talks about what it takes to be an elite athlete; Karen Empie and the Great Big FANY Ride; and Part II of our series on orthopedic sports issues with Dr. Jonathan Hersch
Pop culture historian and local author Martin Gitlin talks about his new book, “A Celebration of Animation: The 100 Greatest Cartoon Characters in Television History”, which he will be showcasing at the Coventry library on Thursday, May 23 at 7 pm.
The Rapha Roadmap Report with Steve Maxwell and Joe Harris. Denise Korenek talks with us about her 183mph land speed record.
Special Projects Manager Maggie Kinney describes a new partnership between Heights Libraries and the Greater Cleveland Food Bank in the form of a Mobile Pantry at the Coventry branch.
Coach and author Hunter Allen talks about his new Power Meter & Training Book. Ethobotanist Susanne Masters gives us a primer on tulips, Rembrandt, and distilling gin. Then it’s the Great Finger Lakes Bike Tour overview.
Local History Librarian Jessica Robinson talks about some exciting projects she’s been working on.
Dan Wuori talks with me about the Spring Classics and what to watch for as the European racing season unfolds. Retired pro and women’s advocate Inga Thompson and I unveil her new Foundation and talk about how women are faring in our sport. Dr. Jonathan Hersch, orthopedic sports specialist talk with me about broken clavicles in the first of a 4-part series.
Creative writing professor and local author Varley O’Connor describes the history behind her new novel, The Welsh Fasting Girl, which she will be showcasing at the Coventry Village branch on Wednesday, May 8th at 7 p.m.
Encore presentations with Shannon Galpin and Paul Sherwen…