Host Dave Fry speaks with Dick Boak, archivist and special projects manager at Martin Guitar, about Martin Guitar celebrating 180 years, the history of American music and the Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition "Early American Guitars: The Instruments of C. F. Martin" on view now through December 7, 2014. (Original air-date February 3, 2014).
Host, Laurie A. Siebert, CPA, CFP(r), AEP (r) and her guest, Executive VP and COO of Merchants Bank, Tracie Smith discuss Banking Services - Experience the Difference Locally. (Original air-date January 28, 2014).
Gerry Timlin of popular Irish music duo Timlin & Kane joins hosts Kate Scuffle and George Miller to talk about teaching history through music, song and poetry. Timlin's musical lecture series "Modern Irish History & Song" starts February 5th at the Great Room at Donegal Square, and launches a year of exciting new cultural heritage education programs from the Celtic Cultural Alliance. (Original air-date January 27, 2014).
Host John Pearce brings us an enlightening look at one educational effort in Ghana. Guests are Muhlenberg College sophomore Jordan Robbins and Franklin & Marshall graduate Lilah Thompson. The topic: Educating Children in Ghana through the Heritage Academy. Learn how you too can help. (Original air-date January 23, 2014).
Internationally known artist and Cedar Crest Professor of art Pat Badt talks to host Bathsheba Monk about art, hers and others, in anticipation of the new show "Girl Band" which opens at the Martin Art Gallery, Baker Center of the Arts, Muhlenberg College on January 22. Besides Ms. Badt, "Girl Band" features the work of Marthe Keller, Julie Shapiro and Kim Uchiyama. (Original air-date January 20, 2014).