We talk with associate editor of Nelo News Caley Fretz about cycling and terrorism. Then, we head out to Albuquerque to speak with journalist and product reviewer extraordinaire Patrick “Mad Dog Media” O’Grady.
In this applicable edition of Minding Your Business, host DB Hegler talks about the pluses and pitfalls of working with family, as she consults Frank Alesci and Joe Apfelbaum.
Attempting to end a two-game losing streak, the John Carroll University women’s basketball team hosted the Wilmington Fightin’ Quakers on Saturday, December 12. Joe McCarthy (play-by-play) and John Alfes (color analyst) had the call for the Blue Streaks’ comeback victory.
In this special edition of the Jake & Joe Show, the boys celebrate the 50th episode of the show. Jake and Joe discuss the Browns and Lions in detail before reminiscing about favorite moments and anecdotes of the show, now in its third season.
In this fun edition of the Jake & Joe Show, the boys delve into pro and college football, predicting each bowl game in this extended show.
Three Heights Library staff members talk about the best books they read in 2015.
Paris-Bret-Paris American record holder (consecutive events spanning 32 years!) and athletic trainer Paul Bacho talks about his cycling, his work as a NST therapist. Brett Horton tell us more about the Horton Collection and the release of the new holiday book, “Shoulder to Shoulder” Bike Racing in the Age of Anquetil”.
Episode 9 – Dec. 12, 2015 – “Bowling for Predictions” The one where the guys encounter some breaking news, read a ton of headlines, pick all the bowls and decide whether the Browns are really that far off. Hint: they are. Follow the guys on Twitter @SportsGuys216.
In this pleasing edition of Minding Your Business, host DB Hegler talks about the best places to work in Cleveland and what makes a work place great, speaking with guests Scott Dombrowski and Harold Harrison.
Julia interviews new staff member Beth Hatch what she does as the library’s Special Projects Manager.