Thursday, 11:00pm-1:00am, Bill Fox concludes the month-long focus on Chronotope Project. The Featured CD at Midnight will be "Dharma Rain" on Udana Music.
Friday, 9:00am-noon, Karen El-Chaar welcomes Dr. Steven Sametz and Sun Min Lee from Lehigh University Choral Arts and Michael Butterman from the Pennsylvania Philharmonic.
Sunday, 10:00-11:00am, Tom Druckenmiller celebrates the haunting season of Halloween with ancient melodies, a Native American story about the supernatural, and more.


Previewing the Olympus INVISION Photo Festival on LV Arts Salon

Host Lydia Panas speaks with Stacie Brennan, Senior Director of Visual Arts of ArtsQuest and The Banana Factory Arts Center, about the Olympus INVISION Photo Festival in Bethlehem running from Friday, November 4 through Sunday, November 6. (Original air-date: 10/24/16)
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A runway will remain closed while investigators look into why the charter aircraft carrying Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and more than 40 others slid off the runway Thursday night while landing at LaGuardia Airport in the New York City borough of Queens.

NPR's Scott Detrow reports that Pence, Donald Trump's running mate, and everyone else on board are safe after the jet touched down in stormy weather and just kept going.

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Smartphone chip maker Qualcomm Inc. has agreed to buy NXP Semiconductors for $38 billion. The agreement allows Qualcomm, which makes chips for Apple and Android, to become the top seller of semiconductors for the car business.

Qualcomm's core business is in processors and wireless chips for smartphones. The deal allows the San Diego-based company to reduce its dependence on smartphones, a huge business that has reached a plateau.

As the six-week trial of Ammon Bundy and his co-defendants wound its way to Thursday's startling conclusion, Bundy's supporters were a colorful presence outside the federal courthouse in Portland, Ore.

They dressed in traditional cowboy attire and waved American flags at passing cars. Some even rode horses up and down the busy city sidewalk.

A block away, Jarvis Kennedy watched all of this and rolled his eyes.

"We don't claim to be victims, but we were," he said.

Voters across the country can amend their state's constitution, sometimes bringing sweeping change: Think gay marriage or marijuana legalization.

But a growing number of people say that citizen initiatives are out of control — and creating chaos.

Take Colorado, where there's momentum and money for a constitutional amendment to make it harder to ... change the constitution.

Former quarterback and now Denver Broncos executive John Elway is a pitchman for the cause.

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Second Harvest Food Bank to provide 11,683 meals thanks to Pledge Drive donors

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