Tonight at 6pm, Bethsheba Monk joins as a guest to discuss her new endeavor, a book publishing company, Blue Heron Book Works, which began business in Allentown one year ago.
Tuesday at 7pm, listen to archived sets from Tony Trischka and Skylline ('88), John Hammond ('85), Sons of the Never Wrong ('15), Tom Paxton ('93) and Rachel Schachter ('15).
Wednesday at 6pm, Laurie Siebert will discuss: “Social Security planning and Medicare premium adjustments.” Questions: by clicking Contact Laurie.
Thursday at 6pm - Services for older adults is the topic. Two representatives from Lehigh Valley Aging in Place (LVAIP) will discuss positive living as we grow older.
At 10:00am Friday, David Ruhf, Bach Choir of Bethlehem, joins host Karen El-Chaar to preview the choir’s upcoming Christmas concerts.


Author Neil Gaiman on Musings

Host Kenn Michael spoke with author Neil Gaiman before his appearance at Muhlenberg College as part of the college's Living Writers series. Gaiman later gave a public reading of his work on November 16th at Muhlenberg's Empie Theatre, Center for the Arts.
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Providence is considered by many to be the finest restaurant in Los Angeles, a gourmet seafood eatery run by chef Michael Cimarusti. He's won several James Beard awards and two highly coveted Michelin stars. He is also a fisherman who is piloting a program to support local, small-scale fishermen.

Authorities have arrested a man in connection with the online threat that prompted the University of Chicago to cancel Monday classes at its main campus.

Chris Christie was giving thanks this weekend for one of the biggest prizes in Granite State politics: the endorsement of the New Hampshire Union Leader.

It's a notable get for the New Jersey governor, who has struggled to catch fire both nationally and in the early states. Christie had a good performance in this month's GOP debate despite dropping down to the undercard faceoff. He has gotten some momentum after that performance and has been playing up his national security experience in the aftermath of this month's deadly terrorist attacks in Paris.

As diplomats argue in Paris over a new global agreement to fight climate change, their work is driven by scientists' dire predictions of how unchecked warming will transform our planet decades and centuries from now.

But how can researchers be so sure of what will happen that far off?

Turkish authorities rounded up some 1,300 migrants on Monday whom they said were planning to sail to Greece. The crackdown came a day after Turkey reached an agreement with the leaders from the European Union to stem the flow of migrants.

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The jurors who will be chosen to hear the first case against a police officer charged in the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore will be anonymous, at least for now.

A judge has ruled that their identities can be shielded from the public. That practice is controversial, but not unheard of in high-profile cases.


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