Development facilitator, educator, writer, and national speaker Annarose Ingarra-Milch joins host Eleanor Bobrow to discuss her new novella Lunch with Lucille, the first in a series of books meant to inspire women to realize their potential at any age through optimism, strength, and critical thinking.
Author, educator and producer Jan Cohen-Cruz talks with hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle about Art in the Fields, an exciting new arts and residency center celebrating regional artists and their heritage. Located on a beautiful 29 acre farm in New Jerusalem, the center is just outside of Kutztown.
Dave Sommers, painter and teacher at Moravian Academy, gives us insights on paintings in religious settings through the centuries, right up to the present. He describes exchanges between the Moravian Church in the USA and the one in Cuba.
Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes Elaine Zelker, a former nurse, current photographer, and author of The Hand-Some Journey - Portraits of Elders Reflecting on Their Life's Journey to discuss the new book featuring stories introduced by a photograph of their hands holding something special that is a symbol of their life story.
Easton PA is the original "capital seat" of the Lehigh Valley. Founded 279 years ago, the world and Easton has changed a lot over the years. Join host Sally Handlon with guest Dawn Ferrante, Director of Economic and Community Development, as they talk about what is happening in Easton today and what's in the works for tomorrow.
Laurie discusses Estate Planning - specifically, beneficiary designations and asset titling. Laurie also takes questions live on-air and off-air. Questions can be submitted ahead of time through yourfinancialchoices.com.
Host John Pearce speaks with Josh Berk, Executive Director of the Bethlehem Area Public Library about what's new at libraries in the 21st century and what we can expect in the future. Then, Pearce will talk with Dr. Galen Godbey, Professor at Penn State - Lehigh Valley about big external forces that will have a great impact on education at all levels in the future.
On the next Galactic Travels, the month-long Special Focus on Modulator ESP concludes. The Featured CD at Midnight will be disk two from "The Sound of Walking Backwards Into Infinity," a self-released title.
The New Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts will open in the heart of the arts and cultural district in south Bethlehem for the start of the 2015-2016 school year! We learn more about building features, special theatre spaces and construction updates as hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle chat with Diane LaBelle, Executive Director and with Peter Wrenn-Meleck, Director o f Production.
Michael Martin, CFP® joins Laurie to discuss tips for recent college grads - how to manage your finances. Laurie and Michael will also take your questions live on-air and off-air. Questions can be submitted ahead of time through www.yourfinancialchoices.com.