On this edition of Biblio Radio, Julia talks with Martha Goble of Heights Community Congress about the program Understanding the Fair Housing Act, where participants will get to experience the civil rights movement and contribute to the process.
Kara Hamley O’Donnell, Historic preservation planner in the Cleveland Heights Department of Planning and development, has been working hard with with Cleveland Heights Historical Society and the Cleveland Heights Lee Rd library, to plan different historic tours and lectures.
Fred Dolan reviews the Shakespearean comedy As You Like It, now playing the Hanna Theater.
Happy Poetry Month! This week Julia talks with Rachelle Perry of the Noble Neighborhood branch about the PoeTree and their favorite types of poems.
The Cedar Taylor Development Association plans to finish up their study this April on streetscape improvements in the Cedar Taylor neighborhood in Cleveland Heights and University Heights.
The Wind and The Wave stop by WJCU to talk about their tour , upcoming album and play a few songs as well.
Handle With Care: Fred Dolan reviews the romantic comedy Handle With Care, now playing at Actor’s Summit Theater in Akron.
Clybourne Park: Fred Dolan reviews the controversial play Clybourne Park, now playing the Allen Theater in Playhouse Square.
This edition of Biblio Radio is all about Shakespeare. Happy Birthday to the Bard! Heights Libraries celebrates Shakespeare’s 45th birthday with a series of events throughout April and May.
Reaching Heights, a 25-year-old citizen support organization for the Cleveland Heights-University Heights public schools, has just named its new executive director, Krista Hawthorne.