Frank Marshall and Matt Tolmach, producers of the movie The Armstrong Lie; Chris Zenthoefer of IceDot.
Fred Dolan reviews the The Cleveland Playhouse’s production of Venus In Fur.
Linnda Durré, Ph.D., joins DB Hegler on the show to discuss the growing problem pertaining to “The Toxic Workplace”.
WJCU’s Karoline Kramer-Gould welcomes Lee DeWyze to WJCU. Lee is playing the Kent Stage Wednesday, November 13th along with Toad The Wet Sprocket.
The Grant Deming Artists will be holding their first exhibition at the Pentagon Gallery and Frame on Mayfield Rd. in Cleveland heights on November 23 from 7 to 10 p.m. This will mark the groups first public showing, displaying the talents of the 7 artists involved.
On this edition of Biblio Radio, Julia talks with Jenny Greene about Ten Poems to Change Your Life, and also with aspiring novelists participating in National Novel Writing Month.
Pedal pioneers Ken Sparks, Ph.D. and Nick Stevovich; Phillip Segura of the San Francisco Bike Expo; Michael “Mac” McCoy of Adventure Cycling
WJCU’s Karoline Kramer-Gould sat down with Brendan James prior to his show at Musica on East Market Street in Cleveland.
The new Cleveland Heights neighborhood park, the Spirit Corner,has come alive with community due to grassroots efforts from residents and strides by local government.
Exercise scientist Kristen Dieffenbach, Ph.D.; Philadelphia Bike Expo director Bina Bilenky-Thahan; Double-arm amputee triathlete Hector Pickard