Tuesday 7:00-9:00pm, Dave Fry brings you live sets from Jimmy La Fave and band from this April, Guy Van Duser and Billy Novick from 1987, and more.
Wednesday 6:00-7:00pm, Laurie Siebert explores the topic: "What you don't know in financial planning might hurt you." Laurie also takes listener questions live on-air.
Thursday 6:00-7:00pm, Kamran Afshar discusses the results of KAA, Inc.'s first quarterly economic review of Lehigh Valley businesses in 2016 with guests from area businesses.
Thursday 11:00pm-1:00am, Bill Fox begins the month-long focus on Mystified. The Featured CD at Midnight is "Passing Through the Outer Gates" on First Fallen Star Records.
Friday at 10:00am, Karen El-Chaar speaks with artistic director Steven Sametz about this weekend's Lehigh University Choral Arts performance of Brahms' Ein Deutsches Requiem.
What if there was a way to reduce the cost of health care for individuals, families, organizations and businesses without reducing the quality of care?Join community host Sally Handlon in a conversation with Richard Master, founder, Chairman & CEO of MCS Industries and David Steil, business owner and former PA legislator on a recently released documentary entitled Fix It - Healthcare at the Tipping Point. (Original air-date: 04/21/16)
- Economic Pulse: Week of 4/21/2016
- Galactic Travels Top 20 Report for April, 2016.
- Galactic Travels: The Special Focus for May, 2016
- On the Next Galactic Travels 2016-05-05
- Lehigh Valley Sporting Clays' Lori Strohl on LV Insider
- Author Ivan Backer on Take Charge of Your Life
- Civic Theatre of Allentown's Director William Sanders on LV Arts Salon
- Economic Pulse: Week of 4/15/16
- Muhlenberg Professor James Peck on Musings
- Winners of 11th Annual Student Poetry Project on LV Arts Salon
- House panel votes to block drilling regulations
- Pipeline blast victim upgraded from ‘critical’ to ‘fair’ condition
- Man injured after pipeline explodes near his home in western Pa.
- Spate of small earthquakes shuts down fracking activity in Lawrence County
- Pocono forest fire destroys more than 8,000 acres