Paul Brodek relates the story of Sun Tour and its fall from the bicycle industry. Scott Kasper, father, son, and brother-in-law to 4 close family members who all have Type I diabetes, tells us about the JDRF foundation, the rides, the fund raising, and the breakthroughs in treatment as the medical community searches for a cure to this auto-immune disease.
Bicycle painter Taliah Lempert talks about her work. Dan Wuori wraps up the 2016 World Tours, Tour de France, Rio Olympics, and more.
Youth Services staffer Angelica George describers her new program, Girl Engineers, designed to encourage girls to enjoy science, math, engineering, and technology.
Carole Wallencheck discusses the new book A Gentleman In Moscow by Amor Towles, about a political prisoner who lives out his life in the Metropol Hotel.
Ayesha McGowan, a young energetic young lady who has already put two state titles to her credit as a 29 year old racer. Executive Director of Rails-to-Trails gives us a look at the upcoming election from a transportation standpoint. Marlaine Koehler directs the Waterfront Regeneration Trust up in Canada and gives us the lowdown on the 2,000km cross-Canada trail.
Folk roots band Parsonsfield stopped into the WJCU studios to chat with Heights host Katie before heading over to their 11/3 show at the Beachland. Check out the interview to hear two unplugged songs, including their new single “Stronger”.
DB and her guests talk about what the gig economy really is, and how people are using it more and more in this episode of Minding Your Business.
In this episode, guests talk with DB about working in less than favorable workplace enviornments.
Bicycling’s editor-in-chief Bill Strickland and I discuss a whole slew of interesting topics. We review Greg LeMond – Yellow Jersey Racer with editor Guy Andrews.
3 great topics – 3 great guests! Bike Cleveland’s Jacob VanSickle talks about the bike program for incoming refugees; Euan Wilson and H+I Adventures into the Norway Fjords; and Cycling Savvy’s Mighk Wilson