Biblio Radio

Biblio Radio – April 15, 2019

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Heights Libraries’ Technology Trainer Ann MacNamara explains the importance of learning how to code, and describes the structure of a six-part coding class series she’ll be teaching this spring.

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Biblio Radio – April 8, 2019

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In honor of National Poetry Month, Youth Services Associate Colin Marshall shares tips on writing Black Out Poetry, a mode of composition which combines poetry and art. Teens are invited to join him at the Lee Road branch on April 18th for a special Black Out Poetry program using discarded books.

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Biblio Radio – April 1, 2019

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Community Engagement Associate Isabelle Rew delves into the history of National Library Week, and talks about what Heights Libraries has in store to celebrate this year’s National Library Week theme: Strong Communities, starting April 7.

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Biblio Radio – March 25, 2019

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Bill Morgan, artistic manager for Sign Stage through the Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center, describes a series of American Sign Language classes he’ll be teaching this spring at the Heights Libraries’ Coventry Branch.

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Biblio Radio – March 18, 2019

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Dr. Deborah Fleming describes the inspiration behind her new book, The Resurrection of the Wild: Meditations on Ohio’s Natural Landscape, which she will be presenting at Heights Libraries’ Coventry Branch on April 3.

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Biblio Radio – March 8, 2019

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ASL Professor and advocate for the Deaf Dr. Jean Mosley Hall discusses her new book, Paris in America: A Deaf Nanticoke Shoemaker and His Daughter, which she will be presenting at the Coventry Branch on March 18.

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Biblio Radio – March 4, 2019

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Heights Libraries’ Technology Trainer Alyse Giannotti shares some tips for job-seekers in advance of her upcoming employment program at the Lee Road branch.

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Minding Your Business – Brilliant Jerks

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This week’s episode is called Brilliant Jerks featuring Jim Schleckser, best selling author & speaker where we discuss talented workers who have social short-comings and how to manage them both as co-workers and as supervisors.

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Biblio Radio – Feb. 25, 2019

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Heights Libraries’ Communications Manager Sheryl Banks describes some surprising feedback from a recent survey, and explains why surveys help libraries to better serve the community.

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Biblio Radio – Feb. 18, 2019

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Special Projects Manager Maggie Kinney describes a series of behavioral health trainings the library will offer to the public in April and May.

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On the Air

Band Of Horses The Funeral @4:07
PUP Familiar Patterns @4:03
Radiohead High and Dry @3:57
The Libertines Death on the Stairs @3:53
Hot Water Music Paperthin @3:50
Blink 182 Home Is Such a Lonely Place @3:47
Arctic Monkeys Certain Romance @3:41
The Hold Steady Your Little Hoodrat Friend @3:37
Belle & Sebastian I'm Waking Up to Us @3:33
The Thermals Our Power Doesn't Run on Nothing @3:27
Miniature Tigers White Magic @3:23
The Decemberists Of Angels and Angles @3:21