November 22nd will mark the 150th football game between Lafayette College and Lehigh University -- the "most played" game in all of college football. Guests from both schools discuss The Rivalry and its history, the upcoming game, and the exciting events planned in conjunction with the game -- to be played at a sold out Yankee Stadium!
Allentown Art Museum Director David Mickenberg joins hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle for a wide-ranging conversation about the Museum's fall exhibits, Robert Indiana from A to Z, American Pop: The Prints, and Building the Arena: Photography by Theo Anderson.
In honor of Epilepsy Awareness Month, we talk about what epilepsy is, how it impacts our children, families and relationships. On this edition of Take Charge of Your Life, host Eleanor Bobrow speaks with Ellen Baca, Coordinator for the Epilepsy Foundation serving Lehigh, Northampton, Schuylkill, Monroe and Carbon counties, conducting monthly support groups and educational programs for school personnel, Emergency Medical Services, police and human service organizations.
Host Bill Dautremont-Smith talks with Steve Coleman, jazz alto saxist, bandleader, composer and music theoretician, Allentown resident, and recently-announced 2014 MacArthur Fellowship genius award winner. They discuss his long career in music and other fields, moving from NYC to the Lehigh Valley about 20 years ago and being based here while performing around the globe, the MacArthur award and the impact of winning it, and his initial ideas of projects that are now made possible by the award.
Sheri Sobrato Brisson, author of Digging Deep: A Journal for Young People Facing Health Challenges, joins host Eleanor Bobrow to discuss what happens when either ourselves or our children receive a diagnosis for a terminal disease for which there is no cure. Sheri is a survivor of a terminal malignant brain tumor diagnosis. She was not expected to survive her twenties. Now in her forties, she is making it her life’s work to support the healing process for youth dealing with a health crisis.
Larry James Neff's new book, The Rigger, the memoir of a Bethlehem Steel rigger in the 1970's, is both a funny and chilling look back on a life that few have known, and that will never exist again, in a time when jobs were plentiful and workers scare. Author Neff joins hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle to discuss his vividly rendered tale of a life, and a town remembered.
Moravian College graduate, blogger, and author, Shane Burcaw, joins host Eleanor Bobrow to discuss Spinal Muscular Atrophy which Shane was diagnosed with at age two. They talk about the disease, Shane's day-to-day life in a wheelchair, starting his own non-profit organization, and his latest book, Laughing at My Nightmare, in which Shane describes his life from infancy through adulthood and how he developed the ability to look at his life with humor and acceptance.
Host Laurie A. Siebert, CPA, CFP®, AEP® welcomes guest, Matthew Petrozelli, COO and Executive VP of Valley National Financial Advisors, to discuss "how technology has changed the face of investing." Laurie and Matthew also take listener questions.