Bethlehem native Kurt B. Dowdle joins host Bathsheba Monk to discuss his latest novel, Ax and Spade, a historic mystery thriller based on the real-life crimes which took place in 1880 in Bethlehem. Dowdle has a book-signing appearance at the Moravian Book Shop's Local Author Sundays on April 19th.
Michael Kane, the Deputy Director of the U.S. Small Business Administration's Eastern PA District Office, joins host Sally Handlon. They discuss the role of the U.S. Small Business Administration in working with Lehigh Valley businesses and leaders, as well as some of the new programs to be introduced later this year.
WDIY is giving away pairs of tickets to see Camelot at Zoellner Arts Center during the 2015 Spring Pledge Drive!
When you renew your membership, become a new member, or make an additional gift to WDIY during the drive, you'll automatically be entered into a drawing to win a pair of tickets to see a special one night only performance of Camelot at Zoellner Arts Center in Bethlehem on Friday, May 1, 2015 at 8:00 PM. This reimagining of a Broadway favorite is only being performed in the Lehigh Valley for this night.
WDIY is giving you the chance to win a Goodie Bag from Weyerbacher Brewing Co. during the 2015 Spring Pledge Drive!
When you renew your membership, become a new member, or make an additional gift during the drive, you'll automatically be entered into daily drawings to win a Weyerbacher Brewing Co. Goodie Bag. Inside a Goodie Bag, you'll find:
Touchstone Theatre is about to open "Journey from the East", a free, outdoor, large-scale, community-based theatre piece that completes their two-year exploration of the history, heritage, and future of the Chinese community in the Lehigh Valley and America. Hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle talk with "Journey From the East"'s director JP Jordan and co-playwright Christopher Shorr.
Julie Kohner, the daughter of Czechoslovakian holocaust survivors Walter and Hanna Kohner, joins host Eleanor Bobrow to discuss Voices of the Generations. Kohner developed this non-profit organization to provide an easy-to-grasp yet powerful and meaningful introduction to Holocaust education for audiences of all ages.
Host Karen El-Chaar welcomes Eugene Albulescu, the director of the Lehigh University Philharmonic, and Greg Funfgeld, the artistic director and conductor of the Bach Choir of Bethlehem, to discuss their upcoming collaboration. The Bach Choir and the LU Philharmonic will be playing at Zoellner Arts Center on Friday, April 10th and Saturday April 11th at 8pm.