Mayor Martin Horwitz of Beachwood recently joined the Mayors Against Illegal Guns initiative.
Eric Oberg from Bikes for the World explains the organization’s work. We elarna bout “tactical urbanism” from Asheville on Bikes’ Executive Director Mike Sule. Diane spouts off about why big rides are shrinking.
Local educator and artist Donna Marie Przybojewski talks to us about her Henry David Thoreau-inspired show at Heights Libraries’ art gallery.
Grant Petersen.. Rivendell – long conversation! You won’t be disappointed! Then, it’s pro rider TJ Eisenhart and how, at the age of 23, he’s already got 12 years of success under his helmet!
Programming and Refugee Services Librarian Steve Sanders tells us about Heights Libraries’ services for immigrants and refugees.
Author and race announcer Jamie Smith talks about his new book, American Pro. Apparel designer and actress Sarah Canner explains her Vesptertine line of apparel.
Edwin’s, a local French restaurant, was featured in the Oscar nominated documentary Knife Skills.
This week, Communications Coordinator Jay Rosen tells us about a special exhibit coming to Heights Libraries’ art gallery in June.
Fellow podcaster Elden Nelson talks about his new program Leadville 100; author Joe Mungo Reed and I review his smashing new novel We Begin the Ascent; and an encore presentation of a 2010 interview with SRAM’s F.K. Day.
The women’s curling team from the Cleveland Skating Club won gold at the national arena championships in Utah.