In our second episode, Eddie breaks down the first game against Wisconsin OshKosh, as well as previewing Saturday’s game @ Baldwin Wallace. Interviews include Defensive Coordinator Kyle Hoke, Defensive Back Ray Brewster, and Wide Receiver Eddie Williamson.
This week’s Wordplay was filled with onomatopoeic poems. Enjoy these seven poems: – The Last Swim of Summer, by Faith Sherin – New Criticism, by Paul Hostovsky – Invisible Visitor, by Daivd Budbill – Onamotomania, by Thomas Lux – Where I Come From, by Shirley Fisher – Photo of Me, by Margaret Atwood – Ode […]
The Mandel Jewish Community Center is hosting the 2017 Jewish Film Festival. This festival runs through Sunday, September 17.
Emmy award winning journalist and cameraman Scott Ogle and Diane yuk it up over his work and his experiences with the cycling world. Then, author and leader trainer Michael O’Brien discusses his book “Shift” and the horrific incident that changed his life.
This week on Biblio Radio, we visit ‘Nellie’ the Heights Libraries book mobile at her last stop in University Heights.
Today’s Wordplay is devoted to the poetry of Thomas Lux (1946 – 2017). Enjoy!
An hour-long in-depth conversation with Bicycle Quarterly’s Jan Heine!
Eddie sits down with Head Coach Rick Finotti, Quarterback Anthony Moeglin, and Linebacker Mason McKenrick to preview Week One of the 2017 season.
University Heights Branch Manager Sara Phillips describes the progress of the renovation of the University Heights branch of Heights libraries.
Highland Park Cemetery honors veterans every Memorial Day by placing flags on their graves.