THIS WEEK ON WDIY

Tuesday, 7:00-9:00pm, Dave Fry features a special salute to Dan Hicks with an archived set from 1989. Also, live sets from Guy Davis, Spirit of the West, and The Waybacks.
Wednesday, 6:00-7:00pm, Laurie Siebert will discuss understanding tax reporting forms. Laurie also takes your questions live on-air.
Thursday 6:00-7:00pm, Galen Godbey welcomes Joseph Garrera and Jill Youngken from the Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum to discuss the goals, scale & scope of Black History month.
Thursday at 11:00 pm, host Bill Fox continues the February Special Focus on Bryan Carrigan. The Featured CD at Midnight will be "Passing Lights" on Peonies Music.
Dr. Afshar presents a synopsis of the week's economic news with a detailed look at trends in the Lehigh Valley and the nation. Fridays at 5:44 PM; Mondays at 7:41 AM.

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The Crowded Kitchen Players on LV Arts Salon

Members of the Lehigh Valley repertory company, The Crowded Kitchen Players, talk with hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle about their latest play, "Pints, Pounds and Pilgrims," at The IceHouse in Bethlehem. (Original air-date: 2/1/2016)
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Farm Contractors Balk At Obamacare Requirements

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Obamacare is putting the agricultural industry in a tizzy.

Contractors who provide farm labor must now offer workers health insurance are complaining loudly about the cost in their already low-margin business.

Some are also concerned that the forms they must file with the federal government under the Affordable Care Act will bring immigration problems to the fore. About half of the farm labor workforce in the U.S. is undocumented.

Badger Aids British Archaeologists

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The company that built a 17-story apartment building that collapsed during Saturday's earthquake in Taiwan no longer exists – but three of its former executives are now under arrest, as prosecutors look into allegations of shoddy building practices.

Two passenger trains crashed in southern Germany Tuesday, killing at least nine people and wounding more than 100 — a third of them seriously. The accident in Bavaria happened shortly before 7 a.m., local time.

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WDIY's 21st Anniversary Party

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WDIY's Youth Media Program

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