Join host Sally Handlon, Becky Bradley, Executive Director of the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission and Joyce Marin, Executive Director of ReNew Lehigh Valley for a discussion on the Lehigh Valley - Live, Work and Play. Each organization presents a different perspective. (Original air-date February 20, 2014).
Carlos Benjamin talks with Cowboy Junkies' Margo Timmins on The Blend, prior to their Musikfest Cafe performance on Feb 27. The Culture Calendar feature from Georgia Karamus is at 3:30pm, providing a look at what's happening with live music in the Lehigh Valley. (Original air-date February 21, 2014).
In celebration of Black History Month, author Philip Reiss joins host Bob Cohen to talk about his recently published work Blue Eyes on African-American History: A Learning Adventure. (Original air-date February 17, 2014).
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Host Bill Dautremont-Smith speaks with celebrated West African vocalist Anjelique Kidjo about her illustrious career, her brand new album "Eve," and her upcoming performance at Musikfest Cafe on February 19th. In addition to being a vocalist and bandleader, Anjelique is a composer, dancer, author, and social activist, particularly for African women's rights.
Music from her latest CD and earlier albums are featured. (Original air-date February 11, 2014).
Join host, Laurie A. Siebert, CPA,CFP(r), AEP (r) and her guest, Attorney Kirby Upright as they discuss legal considerations for same sex couples including estate planning that applies to everyone.If you have any questions for Laurie please submit them through www.yourfinancialchoices.com by clicking Contact Laurie. (Original air-date February 19, 2014).
U.S. Representative Charlie Dent has catapulted to the national political stage because he has tried to bring some moderation to his caucus in the U.S. House of Representatives. The so-called Tea Party conservatives' strident rhetoric and extremist tactics such as forcing a government shut-down placed many Republican Members of Congress at risk of losing the off-year elections in 2014. Congressman Dent is Alan Jennings' guest on Lehigh Valley Discourse. (Original air-date February 13, 2014).
How are you doing on those income taxes? Join host, Laurie A. Siebert, CPA, CFP(r), AEP (r) as she discusses ways to prepare for the current tax season. If you have any questions for Laurie please submit them through www.yourfinancialchoices.com by clicking Contact Laurie. (Original air-date February 12, 2014).