Episode 002: The show where the guys decide that it’s time to bury the hopes of the 2015 Cleveland Indians, celebrate the re-signing of Matthew Dellavedova, preview Browns training camp and interview their first guest.
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.
It might be an oldie – but’s it a goodie! We’re airing our April 30, 2011 show with engineers Andy Ruina and Jim Papdopoulis and frame builder Mark Nobilette. I’m recouping from my regenerative stem cell therapy procedure and will be back with you next week! If you are new to the show you will enjoy these interviews; if you heard them before, I believe they are worth listening to again!
Episode 001: The show where two guys decide that sports talk needs a fresh start, ponder the struggles of the Indians, ask whether Browns fans should have any hope, and pick an Ohio State quarterback.
Julia and Maggie talk about Game of Thrones, and the upcoming program called Westeros at the Wine Cave.
Cyclist, swimmer, actor, rock climber, and more Connor Long has Down Syndrome. Obviously, it doesn’t stop him from ANYTHING! We talk with him today on his 21st birthday as he rides to raise funds for research. Then off to Durham NC to learn about the East Coast Greenway from Executive Director Dennis Markatos-Soriano.
On this edition of Biblio Radio, Julia talks with Oluremi Ann Oliver, president of the Cleveland Association of Black Storytellers, about what makes a good storyteller.
It’s LiveUpdateGuy Charles Pelkey talking TdF and more. And, Peter Rice gives us his ideas about bicycle touring – often a bit unconventional but mostly right-on. His new book’s title might give you a hint. “Spandex Optional”
Julia talks about the (Super)Heroes exhibit in the Lee Road Art Gallery, up during the whole month of July.
BMC’s Tour de France Sport Director Jackson Stewart talks about his team and the race prior to Stage One. President of Rails to Trails Keith Laughlin talks about the federal transportation bill, the country’s first rail-trail, and how technology is impacting the Rails to Trails organization.