Adult Services Librarian John Piche introduces the subject of the Nonfiction Book Discussion Group on January 6: Talking to Strangers, by Malcolm Gladwell.
Dan Burden from Blue Zones talks about what helps keep us living longer and healthier. Caron Whitaker from the LAB and HR5231 – why we need to get behind this Transportation Bill. Tori Fahey and her company Apidura
Technology trainer Alyse Giannotti shares tips for safe and secure online shopping.
World Bicycle Relief update with co-founder Leah Missbach Day; a chat with Dieter Drake, new ride director for RAGBRAI, and Pedal Power Promoter’s Christine Acosta interviews Vision Zero founder Leah Shahum
Bike Law’s Rachael Maney talks about her role with the organization and gives us some tips on safety and the law. We catch up with the incredibly popular Bike Snob NYC – Eben Weiss.
Belt Publishing editor Dan Crissman describes his new book, Cleveland in 50 Maps, which he will be presenting at the Coventry branch on Wednesday, December 4 at 7 p.m.
Strong Towns’ Chuck Marohn discusses his new book, “A Bottom Up Revolution to Rebuild American Prosperity”. Biology professor and evolutionary theorist Bret Weinstein and Diane talk about the controversial issue of transgender athletes in elite competition.
Community engagement associate Isabelle Rew describes Heights Libraries’ ongoing partnership with the Greater Cleveland Food Bank: the Mobile Pantry at the Lee Road branch.
A tribute to pro cyclist Raymond Poulidor; chat with travel writer Will Mcgough about Swim, Bike, Bonk; first of our gift idea shows with Jen Dial Santoro
Adult services librarian John Piche talks about Lee Road library’s ongoing discussion series diving into the 1619 Project.