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.
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.
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.
Local author Christopher Johnston talks to us about his new book, Shattering Silences, and his upcoming event with Terri Witek at Coventry on September 5th.
Special Projects Manager Maggie Kinney talks to us about Heights Libraries’ On The Same Page Community Read initiative focusing on the experience of refugees around the world.
Communications Coordinator and Biblio Radio host Jay Rosen tells us about Heights Libraries’ Art Gallery space.
Assistant IT Manager Matt Mancini tells us about Heights Libraries’ Teen Digital Media Lab and Teen Music Makerspace program.