Host Laurie A. Siebert, CPA, CFP(r), AEP (r) welcomes guest Rod Young, CPA, CFP(r) to the program to discuss year-end tax planning. It’s getting to be that time of year, but it’s not too late. (Original air date December 11, 2013.)
Tonight on Take Charge of Your Life, host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Carmen Gerardi, Vice president of GUNA, Inc., a bio-pharmaceutical company based in Whitehall, and Rachel Jeffery, marketing representative at GUNA. Keeping fit in a sit-down environment can be difficult. Carmen and Rachel explain their innovative plan to motivate their staff to keep fit physically and thrive mentally to reach their working goal. (Original air date December 9, 2013.)
In her new memoir “Fighter Pilot’s Daughter”, Mary Lawlor tells the story of her experience as a young woman coming of age in an Irish Catholic, military family during the Cold War. Lawlor, also a professor of English and Director of American Studies at Muhlenberg College, joins hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle to talk about her book, her story, and coming of age in the 60’s. (Original air date December 9, 2013.)
Poetry Out Loud is our topic this evening’s program. Host John Pearce welcomes local poet Marilyn Hazelton and Kathy Odorizzi from the Allentown Art Museum. What is the poetry contest to be held at the museum? Why poetry in an art museum anyway? Join us to learn about this adventure.
After turkey and football, it’s time to talk politics! Hosts John Pearce and Ray Schwab welcome Dr. Jack Treadway, Professor Emeritus, Kutztown University to the program to talk about trends in local and state politics, and analyzes the climate of both. Join us Thanksgiving evening to learn more. (Original air date November 28, 2013.)
WDIY 88.1 FM "Galactic Travels" Top 20 for November, 2013. Shows #866 to #869; 7-November-2013 to 28-November-2013 Reported in non-ranked, alphanumeric order. Compiled by Bill Fox The Special Focus for November was Galactic Anthems.
Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes physician, educator and patient advocate Dr. Melissa Clarke to the program. She’s written a book call Excuse Me, Doctor, I've Got What, The Complete Guide to Taking Ownership of Your Health and Making Health-Care Reform Work for You. In addition to practical, how-to guidance on everything from choosing a doctor to navigating insurance, Excuse Me, Doctor equips the reader with a self-health action plan to be our best advocate in taking care of our most valuable resource-our health.
Bathsheba Monk welcomes Matthew Crain to Lehigh Valley Arts Salon to talk about his new book, Reading Dubliners published this fall. A self-proclaimed James Joyce enthusiast, Matthew's short stories have appeared Harper's Magazine and have been anthologized in Best American Short Stories. He lives in Easton, Pennsylvania. The program will conclude with Tasty Seasonal Recipes featuring pizzelles.