Welcome to Wordplay with George Bilgere and John Donoghue! This week’s episode, Haint, features a solid list of six poems for your listening pleasure. Sit back relax and enjoy! – Crait, by Thomas Lux – Ithaka, by C.P. Cavafy – The Trees, by Philip Larkin – Akron at Night, by Terry Ellen Cross Davis – […]
A discussion with Dr. Wantuck of PlushCare on precisely how Mobile Medicine works, its benefits, ease of use and industry outlook. Then Rebecca Canino of John Hopkins Medical weighs in.
Youth Services Manager Sam Lapides talks to us about Heights Libraries’ upcoming Bike Maintenance for Teens class.
First woman to win the Tour de France (for women!) in 1984 Marianne Martin talks about cycling, training, and her current work. Project Poverty founder Brandale Randolph is launched his new company 1854 Cycling to bring a new line of eBikes to the market. His reasons are not what you might expect!
In early April, University Heights passed an ordinance to keep chickens on residential property.
This week, I am sorry to report some heartbreaking news. Many of you might remember my conversation with Jackie Crowell back in July of 2014. At the time, she had just given an amazing speech at the Amgen Tour of California and was in treatment for brain cancer. We spoke with her again in May […]
Medicine gone Mobile & Virtual Health. Dr. Cindy Zelis of University Hospitals discusses technology in medicine and explain updates in how virtual medicine is practiced. Brian Marcotte, Pres. National Business Group on Health talks about the Employer perspective.
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.