We’re taking a break this week. Have a happy, safe, and peaceful New Year and see you in 2015
Julia and Amy, a librarian at Lee Road, talk about reading books based on your travel plans. Amy enhanced her travels in Paris by reading How Paris Became Paris by Joan DeJean, and The Hotel on Place Vendome by Tilar J. Mazzeo.
We talk about the women’s documentary “Half the Road” with producer/director Kathryn Bertine and learn some excellent techniques for fighting the “Mental Battle” from coach, author, and ultra-athlete Mark Kleanthous
This week on Minding Your Business, DB Hegler talks about time management.
Shandra and Brian from the Lee Road branch talk about the 3-for-Me card, and how it can help gets books in kids’ hands, no matter what.
3-time Tour de France winner (and the only American to have won the race) Greg LeMond and biologist, physician, and avid cyclist Dr. Mark Hom talk to me about their new book The Science of Fitness. SRAM’s Technical Director of NRS Jose Alcala relates his experience as a young racer in the era of Mike Walden and tells us what Neutral Race Support is all about.
This week, DB Hegler talks about those dreaded meetings.
Sue Pardee, President of the Fund for the Future of Heights Libraries, talks about what the hope for their foundation, long into the future.
We’ve thrown our hat into the “special day” ring with our Bicycle Giving Opportunity Show. We talk with 4 bicycle-related non-profits including, World Bicycle Relief, Trips for Kids, People for Bikes, and the Diabetes Association’s Tour de Cure Rides. If you are writing your end-of-year charity checks… maybe one of these is a worthy possibility.Plus, the last part of my interview with Inga Thompson.
The Music Settlement of University Circle, an early music education program , has received a 5-star rating by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.