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).
Program host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Dr. Joel Nathan Rosen, Associate Professor of Sociology at Moravian College and Moravian College students, Elijah Irving, a senior psychology major, and Justin Charles, a senior political science major, and try to understand how Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s efforts not only impacted his generation but many generations thereafter. (Original air-date January 20, 2014).
Host Bathsheba Monk fires the starting gun on a New Year of Lehigh Valley Arts Salon by welcoming to the show editors of and contributors to the new book of essays, A Locker Room of Her Own: Celebrity, Sexuality and Female Athletes. This is the third book in a series about sports edited by Dr. Joel Nathan Rosen and Dr. David C. Ogden. Dr. Martha Reid, who wrote the lead essay in the book, will join what promises to be a lively discussion about women in professional sports. (Original air-date January 6, 2014).
Host Sally Handlon - It has been a year and a half (July 2012) since Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation has been led by Don Cunningham. There have been many changes - board and committees, staff, organizational focus and stakeholder accountability (communities, investors). Sally gets a chance to talk with Don Cunningham and Tom Garrity about what has been happening and where it is headed.
Before the Great Recession, inflation was rising at a pretty healthy rate, reaching as high as 5.6%. However, the recession wiped out that inflation alongside with 8.7 million payroll jobs, a booming housing market, more than 500 commercial banks,as well as a large number of other businesses. What Happened to inflation? Does the Federal Reserve have the tools to keep inflation at bay? At what cost? (Original air-date January 17, 2014).
Artist Paul Harryn joins hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle to talk about his work, his influences, and his exciting new exhibition at the Allentown Art Museum, "Essence of Nature," opening this weekend and running through May 2014. (Original air-date January 13, 2014).
Host Alan Jennings speaks with PA Rep. Ryan Mackenzie and Mike Schlossberg about finishing their rookie years as legislators. These two talented, smart, hard-working twenty-somethings are rare among partisans these days: they get along, they work together, and they want to get something accomplished. The conversation includes such topics as a reflection on their first year in office, their assessment of Pennsylvania politics and their peers in the legislature, some prognostication on the session ahead, including the 2014 elections, and much more. (Original air-date January 9, 2014).