Library Director Nancy Levin talks about Symphony for the City of the Dead by M. T. Anderson.
One-hour conversation with 5 great frame builders at the 2016 North American Handmade Show in Sacramento, CA.
In this intriguing episode of Minding Your Business, host DB Hegler dives into the new trend of ESOPs (Employee Stock Ownership Plans) work. To find out more, DB spoke with experts Greg Kaupp and Corey Rosen.
Julia and Amy Rosenbluth talk about the evolution of the 17 year long tradition, the Teen Poetry Slam.
Boulder, Colorado’s University Bikes’ shop owner Doug Emerson talks his history, philosophy, and how he was able to get a velodrome built in his area. Happy Freedman, Orthotic consultant, Bike Fitting Specialist, Prosthetics and Orthotics/DME, talks with us about his work and the Hospital for Special Surgery where he is able to avail himself of the finest in specialists and the most cutting edge technology to help people ride longer, faster, and with more comfort.
Erini started as a rower at Cleveland State where she is now Head Coach. She is a coxswain for the masters program and a member of the CRF Board of Directors
Bill had his first experience with rowing in High School. He is currently coaching at St. Edward High School, Head of the CMSD program and he is rowing with the Masters program of WRRA.
Rachel Stanley started rowing in 2007 and moved up to the masters level in 2009. She has coached for Western Reserve Rowing Association and Case Western Reserve University. She has served on the CRF and WRRA boards and is currently the Coaching Committee Chair.
Rob Schoenherr is a boatman, rower dad, and all-around good guy.
Matt Carlsen started as a coxswain at St Ignatius in the Fall of 2004, then on to Miami of Ohio as a coxswain and captain. He has coach and coxed adult rowers and is currently Head Coach for the St Ed’s rowing team.