This week Biblio Radio gets a history lesson from local historian Susan Kaeser on the integration of Cleveland Heights.
On Saturday, February 22, the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes paired up with the Rotary Club of Shaker Heights to hold their annual event, “Pancake breakfast with the birds.”
Ian Cleverly and Robert Wyatt of Roleur Magazine; Ultra-distance racer Mick Walsh
Host D.B. Hegler discusses African American Business Ownership.
Relive a live Radiothon special of Minding Your Business with your host D.B. Hegler.
D.B. Hegler discusses the importance of maintaining a healthy sleep schedule in order to help you improve your performance at the office.
Our “Spidey-Sense” is tingling on this week’s edition of Biblio Radio. We learn about the world premier of Great Lakes Theater’s “Seven Ages” at Heights Libraries’ Lee Road branch.
Michael Carroll, New York Times Travel Advertising Director; Ohio to Erie Trail experts Guy and Carolyn; Peter Vos of Tulip Cycling.
Julia talks about Lake Erie shipwrecks with Kevin McGee of Cleveland Underwater Explorers.
On Saturday, February 8, storytellers from Cleveland Heights and Shaker Heights came together at the Breen Performing Arts Center at St. Ignatius High School to share ideas on the art of storytelling with the Cleveland community. The Late Winter Storytelling Festival was put on by Beacon Street Performing Arts in Ministry, which is directed by [...]