Fly Golden Eagle stopped by WJCU to talk about their tour and what’s new for them.
Charlie Parr stopped by to chat with WJCU’s Southern Hospitality host Howard.
Shawn Brewster of Oldboy and Shawn & Shelby stopped by to talk to Karoline about what’s up coming for the rest of his summer.
The Ballroom Thieves stopped by recently for a interview at WJCU.
The Heartless Bastards stopped by the WJCU studios to play us some music and chat before their show.
Julia talks with Ben Faller of the Home Repair Resource Center about his upcoming program on how to plan a DIY home repair project.
Have you ever heard the term, “walking quadriplegic”? I hadn’t – but we have a lengthy conversation with Jenny McCune whose 2007 bike crash led to a severe spinal injury. Yet, today she is not only walking again, she is riding. We also have lots of news and conversation this week. I believe we have a thoughtful and fascinating show!
Julia talks about the upcoming visit from the Digital Bookmobile, a full sized tractor trailer which will be at the Lee Road branch on August 8.
Professor Eric Goff explains how he can predict the winning times of all the TdF stages – long in advance of the event. Bike lawyer Steve Magas catches us up with the recent statistics and what’s going on with cycling here in our state – Ohio.
Julia and Sam Lapides, Youth Services Manager, talk about the summer reading wrap up party and the multi-year research project on summer learning loss.