On this edition of Biblio Radio, Julia talks with Brian Hare about going back to school, the library’s new early literacy computer stations, and Spongebob Squarepants.
It’s off to Rwanda to talk women’s cycling with Londoner Nancy Gibson; Sue Knaup tell us how to “Cure Ailing Organizations”, and Phil Burt talks Bike Fit.
On this edition of Biblio Radio, Julia talks with the multi-talented Mary Susan Delagrange about her Picnic and a Puppet Show programs, where families are invited to bring a snack and watch a performance.
This week, we welcome the Gay Games to Cleveland! And, I speak with Angie Ridgel about her role as coordinator of several of the cycling events. With over 8,000 athletes and 35 events, Cleveland will be rocking and rolling from North to South and East t West! Welcome! Women’s cycling is finally becoming the star [...]
D.B. Hegler discusses insuring your business.
On this edition of Biblio Radio, Julia highlights library accomplishments from 2013, and talks about how where the library collects data and how statistics inform decision making.
Paula Weintraub tried to make a mockery of cyclists and ended up sans job! Now attorney Seth Davidson and Police Chief Steve McLean make lemonade! Adventure Cyclist’s Mike Deme talks about the collaboration with EuroVelo.com; and, RAAM 61 year old solo finisher tells us how he trains, rides, and raises his young daughter
D.B. Hegler discusses the importance of maintaining a healthy sleep schedule in order to help you improve your performance at the office.
4 great guests this evening beginning with Anthony Foxx, our Secretary of Transportation. We also talk with own of WomanTours Jackie Marchand about the Around Lake Erie Tour as well as Bryan Hance, who has figured out a program that might make bike thieves thing twice about stealing that bike. Finally, Luke Allingham, a 16 year old journalist in Chicago, tells us how he gets interviews with some of the best pro racers on the planet.