Two “feel good” interviews are up this evening. First, Sam Fox who is the outreach and engagement officer for the Michael J. Fox Foundation, raising millions of dollars for Parkinson’s Disease research. Then, we speak with Jamie Bianchini about his 80 country, 8 year journey traveling with his best friend and two tandems as they bring a message of “getting stuff done” to all they meet.
Lauren Saeger talks about Summer Reading, a program for our friends ages 0-100, with prizes, new books, and programs around the theme, Heroes and Legends.
RKP’s Patrick Brady talks about Pink Gate and his newest commentary, Too Many White Guys. Jackie Crowell updates us on her life as a cyclist and a cancer patient as well as the new understanding to which she has come about her role in both.
Aurora Martinez talks about what makes her branch in University Heights unique, with updates about renovations and how they’ll handle the new influx of high-schoolers at Wiley.
Pro downhill racer and journalist Amanda Batty joins me in an emotional interview about the controversy between her and the on line site Pink Bike; Ex pro racer, silver medalist, and evidently one of the most popular guys in the day Les Barzcewski spins his stories of riding and racing in the 1980′s.
Ex-pro and TdF commentator Bob Roll joins me to talk about all sorts of things – cycling and not cycling alike.. David Herlihy is back to talk about some new discoveries in the “Lost Cyclist” case as well as tell us about a new historical exhibit opening in Houston, Tecas next week.
Carole Wallencheck talks about Orlando by Virginia Woolf, a novel about gender-blending and time-travel, and the topic of the upcoming Original Voices Book Club.
Emma O’Rielly talks about her years with U.S. Postal and her new book. With May being National Bike Month, it’s time to log those miles with the National Bike Challenge. Kimberly-Clark’s Rob Gusky tells us how.
Have you been to the Coventry Village Branch recently? Branch manager Pat Gray talks about what makes Coventry unique: a branch inspired by the neighborhood it resides in.