Dr. Roy Buchinsky and Evan Daiber join the show to discuss how to stay active and healthy during the workday at the office.
This episode of Minding Your Business features DB and her guests giving tips on how to handle conflict management in the workplace.
Rails To Trails and Washington insider Keith Laughlin gives us some sage advice on how to get our infrastructure ideas across to Congress; We chat with Texas Warm Showers’ hostess Carol Montgomery about her “bunk house” and the many hundreds of riders who have passed her way. Velo News’ Dan Wuori helps us to navigate the Spring Classics as the 8 special one-day races get underway.
Local history librarian Amia Wheatley discusses the importance of oral histories and an ongoing project at the Noble branch in celebration of preservation month.
Adult Services Associate L.P. Coladangelo fills us in about the library’s special spring program series, Play Ball.
From Sonoma County’s Christine Culver to our guest newscaster DeVon Griffin, OsteoStrong’s Tim Thomspn, and film producer Paolo Casalis, this week’s show is chock full of goodies!
Carole Wallenecheck and L.P. Coladangelo discuss the importance of story time for adults, and share information about the Heights Library Short Story Reading Club.
DB and her guests talking about what can, and can’t, be shared when it comes to how much you make in the workplace.
On this live edition during Radiothon 2017, DB has students and the director of the Boler School of Business at John Carroll University to discuss their business strategies, and what they’re learning.
Zak Pashak, president of Detroit Bikes talks with Diane about his journey to becoming an American Bike Manufacturer. Strong Towns’ Chuck Marohn discusses the Shreveport, La. federal highway project that could decimate the Allendale neighborhood of the city and what he’s doing to change some minds.