Canadian Indie Rock Band, the Born Ruffians stopped by in studio to talk about their tour and serenade you with some new tunes. You can also check out the interview in video form over on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wjcu887/videos/10155527291377972/
Technology Trainer Ann MacNamara tells us about Heights Libraries’ ongoing Job Search Essentials classes.
Jim Sayer, executive director of Adventure Cycling Association talks Bike Summit, Adventure Cycling for 2018, and his 2017 cross country trip with his daughter. Phil Taylor, owner of Bespoked Handmade Show in the UK talks about this year’s event.
Welcome to Wordplay with George Bilgere and John Donoghue! In honor of St. Patrick’s Say, this week’s episode is named after one of the holiday’s staple foods: corned beef. – Genetics, by Sinead Morrissey – When You Are Old, by Yeats – Genealogy, by Gail Mazur – The Lake Isle of Innisfree, by Yeats – […]
Technology Trainer Alyse Giannotti talks to us about Heights Libraries’ Free With Your Library Card drop-in sessions.
Paragon Machine Work’s Mark Norstad talks about his history, the work his company does, his induction in the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame, and his advocacy. Colleen Kelly Alexander tells us her story – from sitting in her Dad’s bike shop as a child to the horrific crash that put her in a coma for 5 weeks and has led to 29 surgeries. Her new book, Gratitude in Motion – beautifully details it all.
This week on Minding Your Business: Secrets to mastering the fear of failure and success tips for introverts. Expert tips by Professors Eddie Divila & Keith Rollag.
Cyclocross icon Katie Compton on her career, her health, and her future. Lennard Zinn in a 2-part conversation – first it’s tech and then it’s health.
This show features two African American Women who have achieved success, Ariane Kirkpatrick who owns a construction company and Yolanda Lamar-Wilder who mentors women. Jennifer Burge is not African American but she talks about business abroad.
Shaker Heights Library was named a Safe Place for Youth.