Julia talks with Peggy and Cassandra of the youth services department about the library’s Teen Maker-Space.
Author James Robenalt discusses his book January 1973, and will be doing an author talk at Coventry on September 2nd at 7 p.m.
Julia and Maggie talk about the Arcade Heroes and Pinball Wizards program at the B-Side, as well as the dissident history of pinball.
Julia talks with Ben Faller of the Home Repair Resource Center about his upcoming program on how to plan a DIY home repair project.
Julia talks about the upcoming visit from the Digital Bookmobile, a full sized tractor trailer which will be at the Lee Road branch on August 8.
Julia and Sam Lapides, Youth Services Manager, talk about the summer reading wrap up party and the multi-year research project on summer learning loss.
Julia and Maggie talk about Game of Thrones, and the upcoming program called Westeros at the Wine Cave.
On this edition of Biblio Radio, Julia talks with Oluremi Ann Oliver, president of the Cleveland Association of Black Storytellers, about what makes a good storyteller.
Julia talks about the (Super)Heroes exhibit in the Lee Road Art Gallery, up during the whole month of July.
Carole and LP talk about what makes a folk hero, and how Joan of Arc is a prime example.