Where does our food come from and how does it get to our table? Host Pamela Varkony along with award winning writer, activist, and adventurer, Kelsey Timmerman, author of "Where am I Eating" take us on a virtual search the world for answers.
Host Laurie A. Siebert, CPA,CFP(r), AEP (r) discusses decisions regarding retirement account funding. Laurie will also take listener's questions live on-air. Questions for future programs can be submitted early through www.yourfinancialchoices.com by clicking Contact Laurie (original air date 02/26/14).
Learn about the extraordinary relationship between Colonel George Washington and his slave William Lee. Host John Pearce chats with guest Jeff Finegan, a Washington historian and author of a charming book, Colonel Washington and Me. You'll hear about our first President from a different perspective. (Original air-date February 27, 2014).
Host Eleanor Bobrow speaks with Terrie Suica-Reed, CEO and founder of Phase 4 Learning Center. Suica-Reed discusses her organization's work, helping young people between grades 6 through 12 achieve their potential by raising their confidence and motivating them to lead successful lives. (Original air-date February 24, 2014).
Zoellner Arts Center at Lehigh University continues its performance season with offerings such as the "Moscow Festival Ballet" to "A Couple of Blaguards, Irish Tales" to the "Bach Choir Festival". Administrative Director Andy Cassano and Artistic Director Deb Sacarakis join host Candi Staurinos highlighting the rest of the season's events. (Original air-date February24, 2014).
On Galactic Travels, the Special Focus for March is Bruno Sanfilippo. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Bruno has been living in Barcelona since 2000. With a degree in musical composition from the Galvani Conservatory (Buenos Aires), Bruno composes for soundtracks for feature films. With Max Corbacho, he founded ad21music.