Youth Services Librarian Mary Looby and community member Brian A. Shields talk to us about the Children’s African American Read In taking place Feb. 28th at the Noble Neighborhood Branch.
Bike Law’s Peter Wilborn talks about road hazards, new laws for cyclists, and more. Chicago Tribune reporter Mary Wisniewski fills us in on her story about the disparity in black vs white neighborhoods and ticketing for cycling infractions by the police. And, an encore interview with frame builder Rody Walter.
This week on Minding Your Business: Yvonka Hall founder of Northeast Ohiio Black Health Coalition, and Donna Dabbs co-founder of the Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival discuss their journey.
JThis is Wordplay with George Bilgere and ohn Donoghue! Haggis isn’t just the name of this weeks’ Wordplay. Find out exactly what it is and enjoy these poems: – Haggis Poem, by Monty Python – Monet Refuses the Operation, by Lisel Mueller – Highway Hypothesis, by Maxine Kumin – Litany, by Billy Collins – A […]
Assistant IT Manager Matt Mancini talks to us about Heights Libraries’ Teen Digital Media Lab and upcoming Teen Music Makerspace program.
Cycling in Italy with an American Chef? Why not? Heather Dowd and Beppe Salerno of Tourissimo Bike Tours talk about their Chef Bike Tours. Thenm, Chris Gillemet from VeloFix explains the mobile repair business through his franchise operations. Finally, it’s a nice chat with Craig Calfee about Cuba, bamboo bikes, and some of the other projects he’s working on right now.
This is Wordplay with George Bilgere and John Donoghue! This week’s episode is full of balogna with these poems: -”I Love You, Sweatheart” Thomas Lux -”Introduction” Billy Collins -”Father’s Song” Greg Orr -”On Turning 37″ Coreen Tyer -”Before” Ada Limon -”Carving” Robert Phillips -”Henry Clay’s Mouth” Thomas Lux
Host D.B. Hegler discusses African American Business Ownership in this week’s episode of Minding Your Business
Body Language decoded: Tips on how to interpret body language and succeed! DB discusses what to look for in others and how to control your own tell tale body language signs.
Communications Manager Sheryl Banks talks to us about Heights Libraries’ new “Here For You, Wherever You Are” campaign.