Renata Fossen Brown talks about her book Gardening Lab for Kids, and the upcoming program Local Authors, Local Food, where she will serve on a panel alongside chef Doug Katz and local food expert Maury Feren.
On this edition of Biblio Radio, Julia talks with Brandon McGhee, a finalist in the Maltz Museum’s Stop the Hate essay contest.
On this edition of Biblio Radio, we learn why on earth the library hosts a pet show.
Summer reading is in full swing. This week Julia talks about upcoming summer reading programs at all four Heights Libraries branches.
This week Julia talks with Kathleen Cerveny about her role as poet laureate for Cleveland Heights, and the upcoming library-hosted reunion of poets laureate at the Dobama Theater.
On this edition of Biblio Radio Julia talks with Michael Clune, former heroin addict and current professor at CWRU about his memoir “White Out” and the program he will lead at the Noble Neighborhood branch on June 10.
Heights Libraries is offering a new service called Hoopla which, in the spirit of Netflix and Hulu+, is a digital streaming service for movies, TV shows, audio-books, and music. Deputy Director Kim DeNero talks about this FREE service.
This week on Biblio radio, Julia speaks with L.P. Coladangelo about an upcoming speaker, Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Howard B. Pearce about his role in the NATO training operation of the Afghan National Army.
So you want to write a story? Julia talks with Greg Fisher about what hooks readers, and how the library can help new writers.
On this edition of Biblio Radio Julia talks with Michael Rotman, director of the Cleveland Heights Historical Society about Euclid Avenue (formerly known as Millionaire’s Row) and it’s illustrious past.