Chef Biju talks leftoversand his new Little Curry Shop. Inga Thompson talks about her induction into the Bicycle Hall of Fame as well as her thoughts on so much stuff we had to split the interview into two parts (Part II next week)
This week on Minding You Business, DB Hegler, talks about the Gatekeeper, those executive assistants you have to get through before talking to the executive.
Harriet Trammer, author of Racing to Heaven, talks about the upcoming program at the Coventry Village branch called Communicating with Animals.
Streetsblog.USA’s Angie Schimitt talks about bike share v. bike rental and the ramifications of each. Carlton Reid and I talk about his new book “Roads Were Not Built for Cars”
This week, host DB Hegler talks about the best ways to stay organized and clean that messy desk.
Julia talks about the upcoming storytelling program, Ghosts of the Civil War: Shades of Blue and Gray, with actor, author, professor, and film critic Mark Dawidziak.
Gifts for the whole family for your cycling friends with managing editor of Momentum Magazine Mia Kohout. Sarah Johnson, owner of the Omaha Bicycle Company, talks shop and advocacy.
With the holidays coming up and shopping approaching, DB Hegler reminds us why manners are important especially to although retail workers.
Heights Community Congress is back, and Martha Goble talks about the upcoming program Exploring Diversity through the Perspective of Age. RSVP at 216-321-6775.