Continuing Education Manager Heather Howiler tells us about Heights Libraries’ upcoming Teen Tech Ambassador Summer Internship program.
Young track phenom Josh Hartman and I talk about his rise to fame and his dreams of Olympic gold. J. Allard from Project 529 gives us a lot of reasons to download his free app.
Money Matters: DB discusses the future of banking, money trends and economic outlook with Cleveland PNC president Paul Clark and Huntington Bank Director of Economics George Mokrzan.
Communications Coordinator Jay Rosen tells us about National Library Week & Customer Appreciation Week, taking place Sunday, April 8 – Saturday, April 15.
The Dream On Kids Foundation supports children in the Collinwood neighborhood in their educational endeavors.
Guests this week are Russ Rader, VP of Communications for the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, Officer Wren Nealy. President of the International Police Mountain Bike Association, and Dr. Albert Rizzo Senior Medical Advisor, American Lung Association and Section Chief, Pulmonary Medicine, Christiana Care Health System.
Adult Services Associate Suzanne Wilkins tells us about the Seed Library located at Heights Libraries’ Coventry Village Branch.
Residents at Menorah Park held a rally about gun violence, peace, and safety on Friday, March 23.
Colin O’Brien talks with me about his new book The Beautiful Race; Eric Heiden’s encore interview from November, 2010.
Welcome to Wordplay with George Bilgere and John Donoghue! Enjoy these seven poems in this week’s episode titled, Counterman. – Counterman, by Paul Violi – Poetry Reading, by Szymborska – Interiors, by Stephen Dunn – Cat in an Empty Apartment, by Szymborska – Appeal to the Grammarians, by Violi – Some Like Poetry, by Szymborska […]