How funny can you be in the workplace?
The impact of divorce on entrepreneurs.
Leah Missbach Day from World Bicycle Relief talks about the work her organization does. IMBA’s Aimee Ross tells us about the Dig In Campaign. Patrick Brady joins me to fill us in on how cyclists are faring in California and some of the amazing people who are helping get lives back on track.
Women who show how to break the glass ceiling.
This is Wordplay with George Bilgere and John Donoghue. Five solid poems grace this week’s lineup: – The Fall, by Linda Pastan – The English Astronaut, by Simon Armitage – The Poets Eye, by Lawrence Ferlinghetti – Seeing Stars, by Simon Armitage – The Design Room He Said, by John Donoghue
Cycligtips.com news editor Shane Stokes talks about the off-continent start of the 2018 Giro D’Italia. Executive Director of the East Coast Greenway, Dennis Markatos-Soriano discusses the 3000 mile river relay and the future of the Greenway. Courtney Laggner tells us all about Darn Tough Socks, this week’s gift idea.
Adult Services Librarian Stephen Sanders talks to us about Heights Libraries’ new Driver’s Ed program for refugees.
Heights Libraries Circulation Manager Ty Emerson tells us about eMedia cards.
Welcome to another episode of Wordplay with George Bilgere and John Donoghue. This week’s show is titles A Little Tooth, featuring these four poems: – First Hour, by Sharon Olds – Earl, by Lewis Jenkins – Elegy, by Linda Pastan – The Arm, by Steve Dobyns – Revenant, by Billy Collins
Professor Nelson Repenning talks about bicycling, the economy, and “how business works”. Master mechanic Merlyn Townley on bicycle’s importan technical folks. Parkinson’s “person”, author, and cyclist, Doug Bahniuk discusses his new book.