Heights Libraries Librarian Andrea Lynn heads up a special book club that meets at a popular area restaurant.
My one and only guest this week – Richard Schwinn. As always, he is insightful, interesting, and well-informed.
Db and her guests talk about the age around retirement and how it has changed, and the style of work and treatment for the workers on this edition of Minding Your Business.
Alyssa Trebilcock began rowing in 2009 for CYRA, then named CSRA. Alyssa graduated from Gilmour Academy in 2010 and went on to attend Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY. Alyssa walked-on to the Women’s Rowing team, going on to earn four trips to the NCAA Championship, three of them in the Varsity Eight […]
Matt learned to row while attending Saint Ignatius High School in Cleveland, Ohio. Under the guidance of Coach Bob Valerian, Matt coxed as a novice and varsity coxswain for the Wildcat Navy from 1994 to 1997.
Rob Zdankiewicz has been around the sport of rowing since 2000. He is the current Head Coach at Saint Joseph Academy and the Director of Operation at the Foundry High Performance Rowing and Sailing Center.
Heights Libraries adult services associate L.P. Coladangelo fills us in about the Harlem Renaissance program series taking place this winter.
Veteran frame builder Roland Della Santa shares his philosophy about hand made frames, production bikes, Greg LeMond, music, food, and more. Senior Tech Editor of Bicycling Magazine Gloria Liu gives us some great gift ideas for the fast approaching holidays.
On this edition of Minding Your Business, guests John McGough and Will Hernandez talk about the latest trends in retail shopping with DB.
HIA Velo is the brand new company bringing “made in USA” bikes to the U.S. under the ownership of longtime bicycle industry guy Tony Karklins – we talk with Tony about his background and his new company as he gets ready to roll out his line of carbon fiber bikes. Siri Lindley