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.
Cleveland Heights has been chosen as the pilot city for Cuyahoga County’s emergency notification system, Ready Notify. City Manager,Tanisha Briley, is hopeful that the system will improve awareness of urgent matters in Cleveland Heights.
Julia talks about being from the “Rust Belt,” and local author David Giffels who will be speaking about his book The Hard Way on Purpose as part of the Cedar Coventry Author Series.
On this edition of Biblio Radio, Julia talks with Maggie Killman of the Coventry Village Branch, where Heights Library is launching a new seed saving library.
The Heights High Barbershoppers took home first place in the nation and second place internationally in their division at the International Youth Chorus Barbershop Festival in Long Beach, California.
This week on Biblio Radio, Julia and librarian Kathy Farago talk about the Great Decisions series, where participants discuss US foreign policy in an ongoing small group format.
Fred Dolan reviews the local production of Deathtrap. Deathtrap is a thriller that keeps the audience guessing as to the twists and turns it takes into murder and mayhem.