Friday, 11:00 pm - 12:00 am, long-time eclectic Bethlehem rock band The Insidious Rays join Tape Swap for a Rooftop Sessions on the historic Cigar Factory in Allentown, PA.
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.
Monday, 7:00-9:00 pm, Steve Aaronson highlights the best singing voices of folk's Golden Age. Judy Collins, Joan Baez, The Chad Mitchell Trio, and more will be featured.
Thursday, 6:00-7:00 pm, Laurie Siebert hosts another edition of our monthly feature, 'Lessons with Leaders.' Laurie's guest is Mike Gausling of Originate Ventures LLC.

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Muhlenberg College's Production of 'Ubu Roi' on LV Arts Salon

Alfred Jarry's all-too-timely absurdist classic " Ubu Roi" has come to Muhlenberg College, and hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle preview the college's take on the subversive play. Joining George and Kate are Professor Francine Roussel, Director of "Ubu Roi," and Professor Doug Ovens who composed the original score. "Ubu Roi" is produced by Muhlenberg College's Department of Theatre and Dance. The satirical play runs February 21-25, 2018 at Studio Theatre in Trexler Pavilion. (Original air...

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The White House went on lockdown for a while on Friday afternoon after a female driver struck a nearby security barrier and was "immediately apprehended" by officers, according to the Secret Service.

The agency said the vehicle "did not breach the security barrier of the White House complex."

Nearly four months after their billionaire owner shut them down, local news sites Gothamist, LAist and DCist will come back to life under new ownership: public radio stations.

WNYC in New York will buy Gothamist, Southern California's KPCC will acquire LAist, and WAMU in Washington, D.C., is taking over DCist.

Frank Kimbrough On Piano Jazz

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When pianist Frank Kimbrough was Marian McPartland's guest in 1997, he was performing regularly with the Maria Schneider Jazz Orchestra at Visiones Jazz Club in New York, where he has been active on the jazz scene for nearly four decades. An educator and recording artist, Kimbrough was a founding member and composer-in-residence of the Jazz Composers Collective.

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