Just last month, a new group was formed in the Heights area called, “Ties that Bind Community Choir.” Willie Wright, director and developer of the new choir, explains his vision behind the group.
April is National Poetry Month, and on this episode Julia talks with Parick Warner, winner of the Teen Poetry Slam about his process.
This week, it’s two wonderful interviews with two great cycling legends. Kent Eriksen was the force behind Moots and now, at Eriksen Cycles, designs and builds his award winning titanium frames. Then, I have a great conversation with Ned Overend about his early childhood, his racing and riding careers, and his take on racing and training.
This week on Minding Your Business, DB Hegler talks about public speaking with guests Mark Banas, President of Eastside Toastmasters and National Speakers Assn-Member Rick Metzger.
Case professor Miriam Levin talks about how Paris became a modern city, the subject of an upcoming talk at the Lee Road library.
Diane has a lovely conversation with Master frame builder Dario Pegoretti; Strong Towns transportation expert Chuck Marohn talks about how our transportation system is outdated and what we can do about it.
Tinsley Ellis stopped by WJCU to talk with Rachel about what’s happening in his music world!
Eric and Scott from Red Wanting Blue stopped by before their two shows at the House of Blue in March.
This week on Minding Your Business, DB Hegler talks about the restaurant business with guests Ohio Restaurant Association Director of Communication Natalie Walston and Pres. Jonathan Bennett, owner of Red Restaurants.
Heights Library director Nancy Levin talks about The Invention of Wings, which she listened to as an audio-book.