With the holidays coming up and shopping approaching, DB Hegler reminds us why manners are important especially to although retail workers.
Heights Community Congress is back, and Martha Goble talks about the upcoming program Exploring Diversity through the Perspective of Age. RSVP at 216-321-6775.
The Sustainable Heights Network is set to meet this week to bring together the CH/UH community in an speech and open forum to discuss current and future energy efficient plans.
We talk BEER with “Beer Connoisseur Magazine” editor Jonathan Ingram; and I have a great conversation with the “Queen of Pain” Rebecca Rusch about her life, her career, and her new book – “Risch to Glory”
This week on Minding Your Business, we talk about the things that your boss may be keeping secret from you.
Julia and Mary, librarian at the Noble Neighborhood Branch, talk about nursery rhymes and the upcoming program Nursery Rhyme Rampage.
We talk about this week’s one-hour show presented by NPR’s Diane Rehm on October 30th with three guests of our own – Cycling Savvy’s founder Keri Caffrey, Executive Director of the Inland Empire Biking Alliance, Mark Friis, and retired cyclist and CSI – LCI Ron Gurth
D.B. Hegler talks about what happens when there are problem employees in the office.
Bears Den stopped by WJCU before driving down for their show in Columbus to chat with Karoline and play us some live music!
Julia and Allan Mays, author of The Sly-Fanner Murders: The Birth of the Mayfield Road Mob talk about the notorious history of organized crime in Cleveland.