Circulation Manager Ty Emerson talks to us about Heights Libraries’ recent decision to eliminate overdue fines on most library materials.
Ben Serotta is back! And, we learn about his new serottadesignstudio.com Then, author and avid cyclist Max Leonard talks about his new book Higher Calling
Update your management technique toolbox with expert authors: James M. Kerr and Dr. Sunnie Lurie returns. Learn tips to help anyone become a better manager.
Celebrate National Clean Off Your Desk day as we discuss ways to organize a small work space! DB discusses organization tips with local experts: Lynne Poulton and Christine Haught.
Youth Services Manger Sam Lapides talks to us about Heights Library’s Preschool and Daycare Fair on January 14th.
Peter Williams from the Canadian Tour Company Eastwind Cycles talks about touring Canada and Cuba. Steve DelMonte introduces the Philadelphia All Women’s Spring Triathlon. And, an extended chat with frame builder Sean Walling from Soulcraft.
Off to New Zealand to speak with Evelin Bourne about her life there and how a bicycle tour changed the course of her life. Then, Dan Wuori and I wrap up the 2017 cycling season.
Rails-to-Trails’ Keith Laughlin on the organization’s 2017 successes and the 2018 goals. Award winning author David Coventry tells us the thinking behind his debut novel The Invisible Mile. And, the encore presentation of Maynard Hershon’s “Nice Wheels”
This is Wordplay with George Bilgere and John Donoghue! Get into the holiday spirit with this week’s episode titled Christmas, featuring these five poems: – The Oxen, by Thomas Hardy – Christmas Letter, by James Tate – Running Around the House, by Tim Nolan – Seagulls, by Louis Jenkins – Poem in my Boot, by […]
This is Wordplay with George Bilgere and John Donoghue! Enjoy the sound of poetry with these five feature poems, this week: – Neutrinos, by John Updike – The Arm, by Stephen Dunne – Famous, by Naomi Shihab Nye – Earl, by Louis Jenkins – Mrs. Darwin, by Carol Ann Duffy