Enjoy this week’s Wordplay, Hard Child, featuring poems: – Hard Child, by Natalie Shapero – Will We Survive, by Peter Harris – Plates Are Hot, by Stephen Dunn – New Thing, by Mark Halliday – Peonies, by Jim Harrison
Friends of Heights Libraries Book Shop Chair Jan Jones talks to us about the Friends Book Shop and monthly book sales.
Three-fer tonight! Sam Gwynne, Dr. Jason Gill, and Sue Knaup. Details to follow!
Technology Librarian Jackie Mayse tells us about a new library program called Learning Circles.
Ian Dille on the new digital content site FloBikes.com; Brian Jenks and I talk a bunch of random bike topics; author Paul Maunder discusses his new book Rainbows in the Mud
Eddie is joined by Defensive Line Coach Jeff Long, Defensive Tackle Tyler Frederick, and Running Back Stan Elad II to break down last week’s game against Heidelberg, as well as preview Saturday’s upcoming match-up with Wilmington.
The City of Richmond Heights is the newest member of the joint dispatch center for emergency medical and fire rescue calls.
The Art of Dissent show, featuring artwork that counters the status quo, is on display at Christ Episcopal Church in Shaker Heights.
The City of Cleveland Heights is working on a redevelopment plan for Severance Town Center.
The Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District plans to sell its building on Coventry.