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Biblio Radio – 4.4.2016

by on 2016-04-05

April is National Poetry Month: the library is celebrating at all branches, and with programs for all ages.

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Those Sports Guys – Apr. 2, 2016

by on 2016-04-02

Baseball. The one where the guys finally get to talk about baseball, geek out about the Tribe with Caitlin “Trust In Tito” Boron (@cle_itisgone) and debate how far the Wahoos can go. Follow the guys on Twitter @SportsGuys216.

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The Outspoken Cyclist – 04/02/2016

by on 2016-04-02

Chef Biju Thomas talks about the Feed Zone Table. Dan Wuori and Diane discuss the tragic deaths in the peloton this past week as well as the upcoming pro season.

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The Saint John’s In Studio

by on 2016-03-31

The Saint John’s stopped by WJCU again to talk a little more about their new album Dead of Night.

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Minding Your Business, Helping You Get Ahead — Plan B

by on 2016-03-30

In this relevant edition, host DB Hegler talks about the importance of having a backup plan. To properly assess the topic, she talks to two of the experts, David Murray and Marilee MacAskill.

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Biblio Radio – 3.28.2016

by on 2016-03-28

Jessica Markowitz talks about the weekly¬†Welcome Hub program is helping refugees in our neighborhood.  

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Those Sports Guys – Mar. 26, 2016

by on 2016-03-26

RGCle. The one where the guys are surprised by Robert Griffin III, debate whether LeBron needs to stop using social media, and cross their fingers that the Cavaliers will be ready. Follow the guys on Twitter @SportsGuys216.

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The Outspoken Cyclist – 03/26/2016

by on 2016-03-26

Custom frame builder Mike DeSalvo from Ashland, Oregon and urban planner, writer, and author of Urban Revolutions.

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Minding Your Business, Helping You Get Ahead — Memory Matters

by on 2016-03-23

In this brainy version of Minding Your Business, host DB Hegler talks about the importance of memory and how to improve your brain power, consulting with the experts, Dr. Brian Appleby and Harry Lorayne.

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Biblio Radio – 3.21.2016

by on 2016-03-21

Maggie Killman talks about why we got rid of our Seed Library last year… and why it’s back.

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