Julia and Jessica at Noble talk about the film screening of The Refugees of Shangri-La, which tells the stories of Nepali Bhutanese refugees to America.
It’s our 300th show and we have three guests to help us celebrate. My partner Brian Jenks talks a bit about his work and about our tandem experiences. Sam Fox fills us in on the new 3-event series from the Michael J. Fox Foundation. Cycle De Oro owner Dale Brown tells us Classic Rendezvous and the weekend celebration of “nostalgia” coming up next Saturday and Sunday.
Summer reading is here! Listen to learn about the program for readers ages 0-100.
Senior editor and non-fiction professor Meg Guroff talks about her new book, The Mechanical Horse Kathleen Bond talks about the PanOhio Hope ride.
Julia and Staff Training Manager Heather Howlier talk about newly free access to Lynda Library, an online learning platform.
Live Update Guy, Charles Peklwy talk Giro D’Italia. Frame builder Rob English gives us an interesting and often overlooked perspective on frame building.
Julia and Beth talk about the library’s strategic plan and how you can contribute by voicing your opinion.
Award winning historian David Herlihy talks with Diane about his new article in the June issue of Adventure Cyclist Magazine, “Eastman & Overman”. Dr. Gabe Mirkin warns us about the problems with dieting and our food choices.
Julia talks about Silent in Sixteen, and what Charlie Chaplin was doing 100 years ago.
Dr. Paul Gordon is traveling cross-country by bike, east to west, to “listen” to what folks think about the Affordable Care Act. Marins veteran Michael Priddy and US Army veteran David Allison are riding west to east on the “No Man Rides Alone” tour to bring attention to the warriors who are coming home depressed, broken, and suicidal with a message from The Eternity Challenge that has so far seen no suicides in 1,000 participants who have gone through the program.