Monday at 7:41 AM and Friday at 5:44 PM, Dr. Afshar presents a synopsis of the week's economic news with a detailed look at trends in the Lehigh Valley and the nation.
Monday, 6:30-7:00pm, Eleanor Bobrow welcomes Sharon Fraser, a certified health coach and the Chair of the Martin Luther & Coretta Scott King Memorial Project.
Wednesday, 6:00-7:00pm, Laurie Siebert will discuss: "Interest and dividends, and the geography of your investments." Laurie also answers listener questions live on the air.
Thursday, 6:00-7:00pm, John Pearce welcomes back Dr. Brennan Pursell, professor of history at DeSales University, to discuss small business successes for entrepreneurs.
Thursday at 11 pm, Bill Fox concludes the month-long focus on UK artist Arcane. The Featured CD at Midnight will be "Pulse" which is a self-released title.

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Lehigh Valley Beer Week (Pt. 2) on LV Discourse

In the second program this week leading up to the fifth Lehigh Valley Beer Week opening on Feb. 18 , Bill Dautremont-Smith discusses it from the business perspective and explores the exploding craft brewing industry here in the Lehigh Valley that LVBW has helped to bring about.
Joining Bill is Chris Bowen, new president of LVBW and brewer , internationally recognized beer authority, and beer columnist for the Morning Call; Jeff Fegley, co-founder of Fegley's Brew Works in Allentown and...

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On the day before President Trump's inauguration, the outgoing Obama administration passed a last-minute directive, banning the use of lead ammunition and fishing sinkers on federal land.

Recently, the deteriorating health of a bald eagle showed the effects of lead poisoning. Obama's regulation is intended to protect wildlife from exactly that.

But hunters are hoping Trump will soon overturn it.

Last week, an officer from the Pennsylvania Game Commission brought a bald eagle to the Carbon County Environmental Education Center in Northeastern Pennsylvania.

If you are a fan of sketch comedy, then you'd probably know the name Jordan Peele. He, along with Keegan Michael Key wrote and performed in the acclaimed Comedy Central sketch series Key & Peele. The show, which ran for five seasons, earned a Peabody Award and two Primetime Emmys for its hilarious and deeply pointed take on race and culture.

A popular feature among the sketches on Key & Peele was the way it sometimes mixed humor and horror, for example, the zombies who refused to eat black people.

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