Host Ryan Gottlieb talks with Don Felder, former lead guitarist for The Eagles, before his concert at the State Theatre in New Brunswick, NJ this Saturday, March 21st. A member of The Eagles for 27 years, Felder now tours with a solo band. Hear about the upcoming show; his latest album, Road to Forever, which includes guests such as Crosby, Stills, and Nash; the story behind his double-neck Gibson guitar; and more.
Guest hosts Rod Young, CPA/PFS, CFP® and Jaclyn Cornelius, CFP®, EA from Valley National Financial Advisors will discuss tax planning strategies and answer listener tax questions. Rod and Jackie take your questions live on the air.
Jerzy Gregorek, co-author of The Happy Body—Five Ways to Regain Youthfulness with the Right Kind of Exercise, joins host Eleanor Bobrow to discuss a new study published by the Mayo Clinic. The study found that exercising for short-term results – endurance exercise for weight loss or ultra-heavy weight lifting to beef up – may actually be counterproductive for longevity and health.
Local historian Frank Whelan, author of 100 Years of Service above Self: The Allentown Rotary Club 1914 - 2014, and current Rotary Club of Allentown club president, Christine Bauder, discuss the club's current projects and history (and, in the process, some of the history of Allentown).
ArtsQuest Senior Vice President of Programming Patrick Brogan joins host Jack Adams, to discuss the 2015 Blast Furnace Blues Festival. The festival will take place March 27th through March 29th at SteelStacks.
Author Jeffrey Finegan joins host John Pearce in the studio to discuss the life and death of George Washington. Learn about our first President: his military service, love of farming, his slaves – all told from the point of view of Washington’s personal physician, Dr. James Craik.
Many know of the Bethlehem Authority as the quality water source for the City of Bethlehem and 10 surrounding communities. Aside from providing water, the Wild Creek reservoir has the potential to provide alternative energy support. Bethlehem Authority Exec. Steve Repasch and The Nature Conservancy’s Josh Parrish, join host Sally Handlon.