Wednesday in the 2:00 PM hour, we kick off WDIY's studio sessions featuring artists appearing at Musikfest with a live performance from Bethlehem indie rockers, VoirVoir.
Wednesday 6:00-7:00pm, Laurie Siebert discusses the financial impact of supporting local businesses. Laurie also takes listener questions live on the air at 610-758-8810.
Thursday in the 2:00pm hour, Bethlehem eclectic rock band (funk/surf rock/punk), The Insidious Rays, join us in the studio for a live stripped-down performance and interview.
Thursday, 6:00-7:00pm, John Pearce welcomes Alvaro Diaz, president of the Fé Foundation, along with two students from the program, Maximo de la Cruz and Karla Quintanilla.
Thursday, 11:00pm, Bill Fox concludes the Special Focus on vidnaObmana & Asmus Tietchens. The Featured CD at Midnight; "The Shifts Recyclings" disc 2 on Soleilmoon Records.
Host Sally Handlon talks with Muhlenberg College President, John Williams about his first year at the college and in the Lehigh Valley as well as the business of higher education. Joining with Dr. Williams is Mike Bruckner, VP for External Affairs and Community Relations, who is celebrating his 20th year at Muhlenberg College. (Original air-date: 7/21/2016)
- Economic Pulse: Week of 7/15/2016
- On the Next Galactic Travels 2016-07-28
- IRAs and ROTH IRAs on Your Financial Choices
- Economic Pulse: Week of 7/8/2016
- The AARP's "Re-Imagining Yourself" Program on Take Charge of Your Life
- Billy Ehrlacher's New Cabaret Act on LV Arts Salon
- Understanding Employer Retirement Plans on Your Financial Choices
- "In the Heights" at Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre on LV Arts Salon
- ITNLehighValley's Lois Favier on Take Charge of Your Life
- Economic Pulse: Week of 7/1/2016
- Demonstrators urge PES to rethink its plans for expansion at Southport
- PSEG files with FERC to stop pipeline project
- Energy and climate change discussions at the DNC
- Clean energy advocates urge DNC to ban fracking, promote renewable fuels
- PennEast pipeline environmental impacts would be minimal, say federal regulators