Host Laurie A. Siebert, CPA, CFP(r), AEP(r), discusses playing financial “catch up” - catching up on our retirement savings, catching up on our credit cards, catching up on our family members and other “catch up” issues. (Original broadcast July 10, 2013.)
Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes Sensei John Mirrione, the founder and director of Harmony Power Foundation’s Stop Bullying Movement. Sensei John Mirrione is a master karate instructor. Tonight, he he gives us tools to encourage our children to stand up for themselves and to be self-confident in order to deal with hostile confrontation in their lives. He also discusses the responsibility that we as empowering their behavior by setting a good example. (Original air date July 8, 2013.)
Hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle talk with writer Geoff Gehman about his newest book, “Kingdom of the Kid”, a memoir of growing up in the long-lost Hampton’s of the 1960’s. Bethlehem Fine Arts Commission’s Vince Gentilcore also joins them to talk about “Reflections: A Self-Portrait Show”, the popular BFAC exhibit currently hanging at the Rotunda Gallery in Bethlehem’s City Hall. (Original air date July 8, 2013.)
Eleanor Bobrow talks with Dr. Laura Wayman, author of A Loving Approach to Dementia Care. Her book helps people dealing with a loved one with dementia and memory loss and gives tips on transforming the caregiving process from a burden into a loving, fulfilling journey.
The Special Focus for July is Jonn Serrie. Originally known for long-form space-music journeys, leading planetarium composer Jonn Serrie has been looking to the heavens for inspiration for decades. Using both analog and digital synthesizers, his rhythmic outings often have an understated heroic and sometimes romantic feel. He has had numerous works commissioned for planetariums around the world and has reshaped and redefined ambient space music. In addition to his many albums, his body
Host Bathsheba Monk welcomes Rudy Ackerman, Director of Exhibitions and Collections at the Baum School of Art in Allentown, to talk about their new exhibition "Clarence H. Carter, Realism to Surrealism" opening July 10 in The David E. Rodale Gallery. Carter, like many 20th century artists, had to find a way to steer his artistic vision from a pre-WWII aesthetic of homey, local subjects to the new world of abstraction which exploded in the second half of the century.
On this week’s program, the topic is The New Face of the DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution). Co-hosts John Pearce and Ray Schwab will chat with three local DAR members from the chapter in Easton: Jan Beck, Lelane Hoose, Lisa Hummell. Join us to learn about this venerable, patriotic organization.