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.
Host Laurie Siebert CPA, CFP®, AEP® discusses the elements of financial planning- 'Are You Missing Out?' Laurie takes listener questions live on-air and off-air. Questions can be submitted ahead of time at www.yourfinancialchoices.com by clicking Contact Laurie.
Hosts George Miller & Kate Scuffle talk with Dennis Boyne of Lehigh Valley Story Slam and Neville Gardner of Donegal Square/Red Stag Pub & Whiskey Bar to discuss the popular new Story Slam series hosted at the Red Stag; then playwrite Brian McDermott and director Ara Barlieb chat about the Crowded Kitchen Players, current production of McDermott's new comedy The Bartender Chronicles, running through June 28 at the Ice House in Bethlehem.
In honor of Father's Day, Eleanor Bobrow talks about raising children by tapping into our own common sense, particularly from a Dad's point of view. Monday night's guest is Richard Greenberg, author of Raising Children That Other People Like to Be Around. In his book, Richard gives parents an overview of the process of using common sense while offering guidelines to reduce conflict between parents and kids, improve communication within the family, and replace the stress of parenting with true common sense.
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Allan McDougall, author of Breaking Through- Discovering the Riches Within on his transformation from his self-destructive alcoholism to a powerful motivational speaker and international coordinator of the United Steel Workers' Emergency Response Team. Allan and Eleanor will discuss how to overcome self-destructive habits and take action to change our lives for the better.
Along with starting and owning a business, home ownership also continues to be synonymous with the American Dream. Join community host Sally Handlon and guests Stacey Milo, Executive Director Teri Madison, Home Ownership Center Manager as they share the evolving history and role of the Neighborhood Housing Services of the Lehigh Valley.
Modulator Experimental Synthesis Project (Modulator ESP) is Jez Creek from Nottingham in the UK. He performs improvised music that explores the boundaries of dark ambient, drone, Berlin School sequencing, and noise using modular synthesis, real-time sampling, sound manipulation, and live looping.