Monday, 6:00-6:30 pm, George Miller and Kate Scuffle preview Muhlenberg College's production of "Ubu Roi" with Director Francine Roussel and Score Composer Doug Ovens.
Monday, 7:00-9:00 pm, Steve Aaronson presents the annual Black History Month edition, featuring African American artists who contributed so much to folk's Golden Age.
Wednesday, 6:00-7:00 pm, it's that time of year again and Laurie Siebert will take listener tax questions. Phone lines are open during the program at 610-758-8810.
Thursday, 6:00-7:00 pm, John Pearce talks with Tom Harp, Enos Martin and Todd Siegfried from The Kiwanis Club of Allentown which is celebrating its 100th anniversary.
Thursday, 11 pm, Bill Fox concludes the special focus on Jeff Pearce. The featured CD at midnight will be "Follow the River Home" on JPM + new music by Numina and Cyberchump.

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Lehigh Valley Beer Week 2018 on LV Arts Salon

Chris Bowen , president of Lehigh Valley Beer Week, and Chris Wilson , Brewmaster at Weyerbacher Brewing Company, previewed Lehigh Valley Beer Week 2018 beginning this Saturday, Feb. 17-24 . This year's Lehigh Valley Beer Week brings beer-centric events to bars, breweries, distributors, and restaurants across the Lehigh Valley. The annual event, which is in its sixth year in 2018, celebrates not only beer, but also Lehigh Valley beer and the close-knit community that it fosters. (Original air...

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In more than three decades of work, Doug Jones has carved out a niche in the acting world by playing strange and otherworldly creatures. He was a demonic superhero in Hellboy and a monster with an appetite for children in Pan's Labyrinth.

But there was one storyline that proved elusive: Jones says, "I never saw romantic leading male [stories] coming with any creature roles."

Fifty years ago Monday, when Fred Rogers showed up on national public television as the host of what then was a brand new children's show called Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, TV was a lot different. PBS wasn't even a network then — not by that name, anyway — and aside from CBS, NBC and ABC, there were only a few independent local channels to watch, if that.

We expected the cold. It was, after all, the Winter Olympics.

But the wind is what has made an impression on many of us visiting Pyeongchang. It's even caused competition schedules to be rewritten.

For a string of days last week, the wind blew steady at 15 to 20 mph, with gusts of 45 mph. Concession stands and security scanners were toppled; temporary tents were blown away.

On the worst day, it looked as if a massive dust storm had descended. Three days later, we were still shaking sand out of our boots.

Nashville rock is fun, loud and often trashy, but the best bands push themselves beyond mere noise into visionary territory. Idle Bloom is a band that's grown from its roots in the all-ages punk scene to become one of the city's most musically compelling and lyrically insightful ensembles.

Atlanta Police are seeking an Uber Eats driver who they say killed a customer during a delivery.

The department confirmed to NPR that officers responded to a call of a person shot in the Buckhead neighborhood in north Atlanta on Saturday around 11:30 p.m. Investigators learned from witnesses that the victim left his apartment to meet an Uber Eats driver, took his order and began walking away from the delivery vehicle.

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