Mountain2Mountain’s Shannon Galpin gives us some great insight into what is happening with women’s rights in the world of sports; Bryon Rushing from the Atlanta Regional Commission tells us how Atlanta is stepping up for cyclists and pedestrians. Greg Priddy offers us a somber and hopeful look at his bout with colon cancer.
Hear about Les Roberts’ latest mystery, Speaking of Murder, set in downtown Cleveland, and see him speak at Coventry on Wednesday, September 7th at 7 p.m.
Sheryl Banks shares that the library will be forgiving fines those under 18 during the month of September, Library Card Sign-Up Month.
Olympian and BMC Tour de France rider Brent Bookwalter; U.S. National Road Race Champ Greg Daniel. It’s a KILLER show!
L.P. Coladangelo talks about the Science and Nature Study group celebrating the library and the National Park Services’ centennials.
National Inerscholastic Cycling’s Austin McInerny and Kurt Wolfgang update us on the organization. Davis Tucker, master brewer, restaurant owner, and the force behind the 1400 mile “big ride” to bring awareness to prostrate cancer and prostate health
The Finale. The one where Dale and John share their predictions for the Browns, Cavaliers and Indians, all while saying goodbye to WJCU for the final time. A Final Letter from Dale and John: This is the final episode of Those Sports Guys. This was a tough call, but the next few months have us […]
Heights Libraries newest outreach, the book mobile, hits the streets starting in mid September.
FINALLY! I am so pleased to have been able to talk with NYC’s Janette Sadik-Khan about her work as Transportation Commissioner under Mayor Bloomberg. Then, out to CA to talk with the first female soigneur for the U.S. Riders going back to 7-Eleven and the 1984 Olympics, Shelly Verses.
Librarian John Piche talks about the Satanic Panic in the 1980′s, and the bizarre saga of Lauren Stratford and her “memoir”, Satan’s Underground.