On the next Galactic Travels, the month-long Special Focus on Modulator ESP continues. The Featured CD at Midnight will be disk one from "The Sound of Walking Backwards Into Infinity," a self-released title.
Dr. Carol-Anne Minski, a leadership consultant, coach, and motivational speaker known for helping organizations and individuals learn to achieve their goals, joins host Eleanor Bobrow to discuss her latest book Focus!: Get What You Want Out of Life. Together they explore how to get what we want out of life as well as pinpointing factors and issues that prevents us from achieving our desired end results.
The PA Blues Festival celebrates 24 years of Blues in the Poconos! Host Jack Adams speaks with Pennsylvania Blues Festival producer and organizer Michael Cloeren about this year's festival at Split Rock Resort in Lake Harmony, running July 24-26. For more information: PennsylvaniaBluesFestival.com
This week on Lehigh Valley Arts Salon, host Neil Hever speaks with Patrick Mulcahy, Producing Artistic Director of the PA Shakespeare Festival about the 2015 season.
At the Movies: Inside Out, an animated look inside the mind of a pre-teen girl, is by Disney-Pixar writer-director Pete Docter, who brought us Up and Monsters, Inc. Lehigh Valley Press movie reviewer Paul Willistein reviews the family comedy.
Rep. Robert Freeman (D-Northampton), 136th District in the PA House of Representatives, talks about current legislation in Harrisburg, especially urban sprawl and transportation issues, discussed frequently in Lehigh Valley news.
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with freelance photojournalist for the Newark Star, The Express-times and The Morning Call and author of Questionary Tales of Jethro and Bianca Gail Scudder. Gail discusses the importance of our pets in our lives and how they can teach us more about ourselves and our families, and following our dreams.
Bethlehem filmmaker, brewing historian and brewer Chris Bowen discusses his award-winning beer, Arctic Alchemy, created by Bowen and produced through Fegley's Brew Works. The brew took home a gold medal in the prestigious 2014 Great American Beer Festival, the only Valley beer to do so. Bowen will also discuss his latest film, Sagas of the Iron Horn which tackles making ale, Viking-style.
Laurie will discuss "Summer SPF - ways to protect yourself financially". Laurie also takes your financial questions live on the air. Questions can also be submitted ahead of time at www.yourfinancialchoices.com
Host John Pearce talks with Dr. Allen Richardson, professor of Religious Studies at Cedar Crest College, about the changing scene in organized religion in the USA. Of particular note: Hinduism, the subject of his book Seeing Krishna in America.