This is Wordplay with George Bilgere and John Donoghue! This week’s episode is full of balogna with these poems: -”I Love You, Sweatheart” Thomas Lux -”Introduction” Billy Collins -”Father’s Song” Greg Orr -”On Turning 37″ Coreen Tyer -”Before” Ada Limon -”Carving” Robert Phillips -”Henry Clay’s Mouth” Thomas Lux
Host D.B. Hegler discusses African American Business Ownership in this week’s episode of Minding Your Business
Body Language decoded: Tips on how to interpret body language and succeed! DB discusses what to look for in others and how to control your own tell tale body language signs.
Communications Manager Sheryl Banks talks to us about Heights Libraries’ new “Here For You, Wherever You Are” campaign.
Susie Marcks from Strider Bikes talks about the company’s products, events, and philanthropy. Mass Bike’s Richar Fries and I discuss what’s NOT happening with law enforcement when a cyclist is hit and killed. And, it’s a preview of the 2018 North American Handmade Bike Show with the show’s director, Don Walker.
DB discusses managing conflict in the workplace with the Leadership Linebacker ex-NFL Patriot Jason Carthen and with Tom Fox, the Federal Coach.
Special Projects Manager Maggie Kinney talks to us about One Community Reads, a special collaborative program taking place at Heights Libraries and throughout Cuyahoga County.
Dr. Tod Olin talks about the scary and controllable condition, exercise induced laryngeal obstruction that occurs in some athletes training and racing at high intensity. Bobby Sweeting from Alto Cycling gives us a rundown on his carbon fiber wheels and the technology behind them. Shawn Spencer, event chair for the 4th Annual US Open Fat Bike Beach Shampionships – yep, there is such a thing!
This is Wordplay with George Bilgere and John Donoghue! This week’s episode is titled Small Malibus and features these six poems: – Moving to Malibu, by Mary Stilwell – What I Gave the 20th Century, by Kevin Prufer – The Flower – Fed Buffaloes, by Vachel Lindsay – The Imagined, by Stephen Dunn – Number […]
There is a new MetroHealth facility in Cleveland Heights.