On tonight’s show host Eleanor Bobrow talks Alex Barnett, a former attorney who left the law to pursue a career in comedy. He has joined forces with five other attorneys who seem to have chosen the same path, and they have formed a group called Comedians at Law. (Original air date August 12, 2013.)
Host Laurie A. Siebert CPA, CFP(r), AEP(r) shows you the benefits of financial planning and putting together your personal balance sheet, income statement and cash flow. (Original broadcast August 7, 2013)
Host Bill Dautremont-Smith welcomes Alex Shaw and Patricio Acevedo of the band Alo Brasil. The band will be bringing a taste of Brazilian carnaville to the studio for an interview and live performance prior to their show at Musikfest on the Volksplatz stage at 7pm later that evening.
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Ron Swinfard is the CEO of the largest employer in the Lehigh Valley, Lehigh Valley Health Network. The pressure of implementing the Affordable Care Act, also known as "ObamaCare," falls on him more than, perhaps, any other individual in the region. People are restless about their health care options, physicians are unhappy about the market and its impact on their profession, and competition between the big hospital systems leads some to wonder what the real motives are in health care these days.
Host Ellis Finger welcomes Charisse Baldoria, classical pianist and professor at Bloomsburg University, to the studio. She will be performing as part of the Vesper Concert Series at 5pm at the Central Moravian Church. (Original air date August 7, 2013.)
Host Keith Kelleher welcomes teenage singer-songwriter Lily Mae, whose voice has been compared to Joni Mitchell, to the studio for an interview and live performance prior to her performance at 5pm at Musikfest on the Lyrikplatz stage, for which WDIY is the media sponsor.