Irene Shaland, author of The Dao of Being Jewish and other Stories discusses Jewish communities around the world, and her upcoming program at Coventry on October 20th, Face-to-Face with Africa.
Link Bicycles, a smart, simple, and well designed brand just premiered at Interbike – we talk with Neil Flock, the designer and owner. Then Michael Charney introduces us to the “Dutch Reach” method. Oh, you don’t know what it is? Listen in!
In this edition of Minding Your Business, DB and her guests discuss how to succeed in the businesses in America after graduating college.
Julia talks with Linda Lopez, President of the Friends of the Heights Libraries about the upcoming Indigenous People’s Read-In and all that the Friends do to support the library.
Oh yeah – Jeremy Powers in the house! Winningest US Rider EVER.. and it’s cross season. Niall Gengler of Pioneer Valley Frameworks gives us his take on custom frame building. Recumbent Cycle-Con is up next weekend and we talk with show director Charles Coyne.
Mary Dunbar of Heights Bicycle Coalition talks about an upcoming historical program and bike tour called Cycle Through Time.
U.S. Department of Transportation’s Barbara McCann talks with us about the new initiatives from her department as well as the Federal Highway Administration’s new Strategic Plan. Ex pro-racer, author, and now inventor Thomas Prehn
On this episode, DB and her guests discuss how people have lunch, whether it’s going out, or enjoying it at work.
Jake Fader discusses “Romeo is Bleeding,” a documentary film that will be shown free at the Cedar Lee Theater on September 26.
Beth Hatch discusses On the Same Page, the library’s community-wide read, focused on Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson.