Communications Manager Sheryl Banks explains the library’s new oral history project, In My Day, that lets everyone share their memories of and experiences in the Heights.
Local historian James Robenalt sat down with us in anticipation of his appearance at the Coventry branch on Wednesday, November 7, at 7 p.m., to discuss his new book Ballots and Bullets: Black Power Politics and Urban Guerilla Warfare in 1968 Cleveland.
We caught up with Debbie Rothscild to discuss the Shining Star singing competition that is hosted by the Montefiore Foundation. Money raised goes to memory care programs.
Just in time for Halloween, Librarian John Piche talks about his favorite horror novels, and why people like to be scared.
Heights Libraries Tech Expert Ann MacNamara describes the new digital collections available for free through the library’s website.
Adult Services Associate L.P. Coladangelo tells us about Heights Libraries’ upcoming book discussions and adult programs centered on the experiences of refugees around the world.
We caught up with Dahlia Fisher to discuss the Maltz Muesum’s exhibit “Israel: Then and Now” that describes the transformation of Israel over the past 70 years since gaining its independence.
This week we caught up with Charles Fuschillo to discuss the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s event that gave support to families and caretakers of those with Alzheimer’s. The event was hosted in Cleveland.
Local author Thrity Umrigar talks to us about her children’s book When I Carried You in My Belly, as well as her upcoming “Meet the Author” event at Lee on Sunday, September 23rd.
Technical Services Department (TSD) Supervisor Jenny Greene talks to us about TSD’s important role in the library.