On this episode, DB and her guests discuss how people have lunch, whether it’s going out, or enjoying it at work.
Jake Fader discusses “Romeo is Bleeding,” a documentary film that will be shown free at the Cedar Lee Theater on September 26.
Beth Hatch discusses On the Same Page, the library’s community-wide read, focused on Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson.
KMC Crossfest and the 5th annual New ENgland Builder’s Ball take center stage on the show tonight. We also talk with United Cycle’s Kelly Hodgson about the Fort McMurray fires that forced 80,000 people from their homes last year and how United Cycle and Sport Central stepped up to help.
The Cleveland Heights-University Heights school district is offering free breakfasts and lunches to all students this school year through the 2020-2021 academic year. I talked with Superintendent Dr. Talisa L. Dixon to learn more about the program.
Award winning author Ed Humes discusses his new book Door to Door; bike attorney Peter Wilborn gives us some great insight into the reality of cyclists on the road
Eric Joseph and Eva Grudin hadn’t spoken since high school… 50 years later an email reignites a long lost love, and sparks a novel. Hear the authors speak at Coventry on Tuesday, September 13th at 7 p.m.
Cyclists, dogs, pedestrians… not always compatible! NEO Cycle – Cleveland’s HUGE cycling weekend!
Mountain2Mountain’s Shannon Galpin gives us some great insight into what is happening with women’s rights in the world of sports; Bryon Rushing from the Atlanta Regional Commission tells us how Atlanta is stepping up for cyclists and pedestrians. Greg Priddy offers us a somber and hopeful look at his bout with colon cancer.
Hear about Les Roberts’ latest mystery, Speaking of Murder, set in downtown Cleveland, and see him speak at Coventry on Wednesday, September 7th at 7 p.m.