The Cedar Taylor business district has a brand new and exciting look this fall, thanks to the Cedar Taylor Development Association.
On the new season of Minding Your Business, host DB Hegler starts with talking about sales! Guests for this week include Phillip Hatfield from the Zig Ziglar Organization, Precious Williams of The Perfect Pitch and Dwight Milko from Re/Max Traditions.
In the opening contest of the 2015 season, the John Carroll University Blue Streaks traveled to Latrobe, Pennsylvania to play Saint Vincent College on Saturday, September 5. Joe Ginley (Play-by-Play) and Pat O’Hearne (Color Analyst) had the call for the 26-3 JCU victory.
Local filmmaker Brad Masi talks about his film For the Love of Food, which will be shown at the Noble Neighborhood branch on November 24.
Charlie Kelly might just be the most famous person in mountain biking – and you probably have never heard much about him. Tonight’s your opportunity though. Be ready for some fun!
LP Coladangelo talks about the upcoming series of programs on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Professor James Longhurst, University of Wisconsin at La Crosse, talks about his book “bike Battles – A History of Sharing the American Road”‘ Senior Gold Medal Olympian Gene Killingsworth shares his secrets to racing into his late 70′s!
The Lighthouse and the Whaler stopped by WJCU to talk about their new album Mont Royal and play some songs.
Julia talks with Peggy and Cassandra of the youth services department about the library’s Teen Maker-Space.
Coming up this fall? The New England Bike-Walk Summit & The New England Builder’s Ball. Who put these events together and how are they connected to the East Coast Greenway. We find out all about it from ECG’s trail coordinator, Eric Weis. Then, we head to Austin, Texas to speak with author and journalist Ian Dille about his new book, The Cyclist’s Bucket List.