On Galactic Travels, the Special Focus for January is Neuronium. Formed as a group in 1976, Neuronium has been the solo project of Michel Huygen since 1982 with the occasional collaboration. "Quasar 2C361," the first Neuronium album, was issued in 1978 on EMI-Harvest. There are now over forty albums.
Although we are in the midst of the "holiday cookie season," another cookie season will soon be under way - Girl Scout Cookie Season! Did you know that this annual event is considered to be the largest "girl run" business in the world? This week, we learn more about this 81-year tradition and the impact that it has made on past, current, and future women leaders.
Host Bathsheba Monk speaks with award-winning author, playwright, and band leader, Uke Jackson, about his latest novel, Tom Buck and the Screaming Stink, and collection of stories, The Curse of the Yellow Mandolin.
Host Laurie Siebert welcomes Anthony Rachuba from Fitzpatrick Lentz & Bubba, Attorneys at Law, to discuss "top 10 estate planning ideas." Laurie and Anthony also take listener questions live on the air.
Host Eleanor Bobrow spotlights the Sigal Musuem's new exhibit, Eras of Elegance, which explores the fashion of Northampton County women from the 1750's to the 1920's. Guests Nancy O'Hanlon, Curator of the Sigal Museum, and Andria Zaia, Curator of Collections and Archives, discuss the downtown Easton museum's new exhibit running until summer 2015.
Host Bill Dautremont-Smith welcomes jazz saxophonist and music teacher Allan Meyerson to the studio. Meyerson has recently self-published the teaching manual First Steps to Jazz Improvisation. The publication was celebrated with a book signing and in-store performance from Allan's quartet at Barnes & Noble in Center Valley, PA on December 12, 2014.