Julia and Amia Wheatley talk about Code Name Verity, a YA novel about young pilots and spies during WWII.
Chris Connor talks about Connor Wood Bicycles and his Louisville Slugger machine; author, coach, elite rider, and down-to-earth woman Selene Yeager talks about her struggles with an eating disorder and her way back from the brink.
This week on Minding Your Business, we talk about women getting ahead in business.
Julia and Shamekia talk about Spider Week at the library.
We’re offering up two great interviews this week – first with framebuilder and mountain bike pioneer Steve Potts and then the owner and founder of Revolutions in Fitness and professional bike fitter Curtis Cramblett. Get your ears on!
This week on Minding Your Business, DB Hegler talked about consulting.
Julia and Author Daniel Coyle talks about his book The Talent Code, which is the subject of his upcoming author talk at the Coventry Village Branch on March 4th at 7 p.m.
This month, a free workshop about toxic chemicals was held at Nature Center at Shaker Lakes. Melanie Houston, Director of Water Policy and Environmental Health for the Ohio Environmental Council, facilitated the event and explains how harmful chemicals are prevalent in our daily lives. By Robin Goist
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer talks with us about bourbon, cycling, and NAHBS. Rody Walter from Groovy Cycleworks explains his unique perspective on the custom bike business as well as business in general.
Columbus band Nick D’ & the Believers came by during Radiothon to play us some music and chat about their upcoming shows.