Aurora Martinez talks about what makes her branch in University Heights unique, with updates about renovations and how they’ll handle the new influx of high-schoolers at Wiley.
Carole Wallencheck talks about Orlando by Virginia Woolf, a novel about gender-blending and time-travel, and the topic of the upcoming Original Voices Book Club.
Have you been to the Coventry Village Branch recently? Branch manager Pat Gray talks about what makes Coventry unique: a branch inspired by the neighborhood it resides in.
Eric Litschel talks about riding the Book Bike. If you’re interested in volunteering to ride the Book Bike to community events, come give it a test ride at the Lee Road branch on May 23.
Martha Goble of Heights Community Congress discusses an upcoming interactive forum on educational redlining and school ratings.
Are you in a book club? Interested in starting one? Julia talks with her friend John Carey about how he keeps in touch with friends through a Gchat book club. Heights Libraries will also be hosting a program on how the library can help your book club on April 13th at 7 p.m. at the Lee Road [...]
April is National Poetry Month, and on this episode Julia talks with Parick Warner, winner of the Teen Poetry Slam about his process.
Case professor Miriam Levin talks about how Paris became a modern city, the subject of an upcoming talk at the Lee Road library.
Heights Library director Nancy Levin talks about The Invention of Wings, which she listened to as an audio-book.
Julia and Amia Wheatley talk about Code Name Verity, a YA novel about young pilots and spies during WWII.