THIS WEEK ON WDIY

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.
Friday at 10:00 am, Karen El-Chaar speaks with Bach Choir board member/vocalist David Ruhf, and at 11:00 am, Macungie Band Assistant Conductor Douglas Bolasky.
Sunday, 10:00-11:00 am, Tom Druckenmiller celebrates Black History Month with music from African American artists like Mavis Staples, Ray Charles, T-Bone Walker, and more.
Sunday, 5:00-7:00 pm, Steve Aaronson and Rosalie Viscomi celebrates both Black History Month and the upcoming Academy Awards presentation on March 4th.

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Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation Update on LV Discourse

It's time for the annual Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation Update . President and CEO Don Cunningham joins host Sally Handlon to explore the state of the Lehigh Valley today, discussing recent accomplishments and giving insight into the recently adopted three-year strategic plan. (Original air-date: 02/15/18)

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NPR's senior management and board members faced skepticism as they sought to rebuild trust with the network's workforce following the release of a report on the network's failure to curb inappropriate behavior by former top news executive Michael Oreskes.

On Thursday, NPR board members faced tough questions from NPR employees at an open Board of Directors meeting and then a tense all-staff meeting.

Updated at 8:32 p.m. ET

A federal grand jury unveiled new charges on Thursday against Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his business associate Rick Gates, accusing them of a broader range of financial crimes.

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services is changing its mission statement to eliminate a passage that describes the U.S. as "a nation of immigrants."

The agency's new mission statement as it appears on the agency's website reads:

The fishing industry has long been hard to monitor. Its global footprint is difficult even to visualize. Much fishing takes place unobserved, far from land, and once the boats move on, they leave behind few visible traces of their activity.

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WDIY's 23rd Anniversary Party

Join us on Saturday, March 3rd at the Ice House in Bethlehem for a night of music, food, drinks, and fun!