Coca-Cola Park in Allentown welcomed over 30 brewers to the annual Brewfest on Saturday. Attendees enjoyed a wide array of beers, live music, food, and a chance to pick up some memorabilia. A judges panel including WDIY Development Director Rebecca Walz handed out awards for the best brews. Winners included Lehigh Valley-based HiJinx Brewing Company, Hershey-based Tröegs Brewing Company, and Downington-based Victory Brewing Company.
Fresh produce, baked goods, and a locally grown good time. The Bethlehem Farmers' Market at Campus Square is now open. Located on Lehigh University at the crossroads of New and Morton Streets, the farmers' market will be open each Thursday from 11am to 3pm.
Live musical performances will be featured every other Thursday. Past favorites like Billy Bauer and Dave Fry will join new additions to the line up like Mike Halliday, Karen and Amy Jones, and “Not for Coltrane.”
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Debbie Zoller, Executive Director of Jewish Family Services of the Lehigh Valley. The organization helps individuals and families develop and enjoy their positive human potential to the fullest possible extent without regard to race, gender, national origin, religion, disability or age.
It's summer, and the Bard is back at Desales University! George Miller and Kate Scuffle chat with the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival's Producing Artistic Director Patrick Mulcahy about "Oklahoma", "The 39 Steps", and, of course, all things Shakespearean.
This week the topic is Lewis and Clark and Me. Co-hosts John Pearce and Ray Schwab welcome writer and historian Peter Osborne to the studio. He will share many facets of this famous expedition, sent out by President Thomas Jefferson, 1803-1806. There is much more to the story than what we learned as school children. (Original air date June 13, 2013.)