On this edition of Biblio Radio Julia talks with Michael Clune, former heroin addict and current professor at CWRU about his memoir “White Out” and the program he will lead at the Noble Neighborhood branch on June 10.
Frame builder, tech Guru, and author Richard Hallett; Triathlete and “PI” spokesperson David Brumley; Tour de France announcer and all-around interesting guy Paul Sherwen
Original Air Date: March 12, 2014
Original Air Date: October 16, 2013 DB discusses prevalent business frauds and scams that are ongoing in the workplace. Vice President of PR & Marketing at the Cleveland Better Business Bureau Sue McConnell, along with local retail executive Andy Johnson join DB to discuss various frauds and scams occurring in the realm of business. [...]
Heights Libraries is offering a new service called Hoopla which, in the spirit of Netflix and Hulu+, is a digital streaming service for movies, TV shows, audio-books, and music. Deputy Director Kim DeNero talks about this FREE service.
Charles Pelkey “Live Updating” the Giro D’Italia; Kate Powlison from People for Bikes; Ohio Bike Lawyer Steve Magas discusses OH Bill 145; and Shane Niemeyer – former junkie turned world class triathlete
This week on Biblio radio, Julia speaks with L.P. Coladangelo about an upcoming speaker, Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Howard B. Pearce about his role in the NATO training operation of the Afghan National Army.
Photographer Gil Garcetti talks Women, Bikes, and Paris. Kathryn West explains Amgen’s Breakaway from Cancer initiative; and Warren Cornwall talks research into doping test protocols and why some triathletes don’t make it out of the water.
Host D.B. Hegler talks about buying into a franchise.
This week is all about how to get the most out of marketing strategies.