On this edition of Biblio Radio, Julia talks with Kevin Keating the author of The Natural Order of Things, who will be speaking at the Coventry branch on October 1st at 7 p.m.
This week D.B. Hegler talks about the lunch bandit stealing your lunch from the break room fridge.
Host D.B Hegler talks about paid time off.
The Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School district has broke ground on the design phase of the first major renovation since its conception in 1926.
We highlight NEO Cycle Cleveland the new urban cycling festival here in Cleveland; Joe Prisel, artistic mountain bike builder, tells us about the new Louisville Mega Cavern Mountain Bike Park; and author and TdF historian Richard Moore tell us about his new book, Etape.
On this edition of Biblio Radio, Julia talks with Stephanie Marshall about her therapy dog, Khaki the black lab, who will be in the library on Thursday, September 23rd at the Library After-school Fun program.
The Cleveland Heights Home Repair resource center has just announced Ben Faller as its new executive director.
It’s Interbike time and we’ll get a wrap-up from Robin Bylenga from Pedal Chic. Our good friend Richard Fries talks UCI Para Cycling, Best Buddies, and Providence Cyclocross; and David Trimble tells us about the Red Hook Criterium series.
Shamekia Chandler tells Julia about the Sesame Street Block Party, coming to the Lee Road branch on September 18th.
It’s a special show with one very special guest. Listen in to my interview with the framebuilder, winemaker, and just all-around delightful Albert Eisentraut. It’s delightful!