Many know of the Bethlehem Authority as the quality water source for the City of Bethlehem and 10 surrounding communities. Aside from providing water, the Wild Creek reservoir has the potential to provide alternative energy support. Bethlehem Authority Exec. Steve Repasch and The Nature Conservancy’s Josh Parrish, join host Sally Handlon.
George Miller and Kate Scuffle welcome Charles Richter, director of the upcoming Muhlenberg College production of Kurt Weill's landmark American opera Street Scene. Then, George and Kate speak with performer, writer, and activist Peterson Toscano about his lively, insightful, and, at times, hilarious performance of Climate Change: What's Faith Got to Do With It?, on the Lehigh University campus.
Rod Young, CPA/PFS, CFP® from Valley National Financial Advisors, joins host Laurie Siebert to discuss tax deductions and tax credits on your return. Laurie and Rod also take listener questions on-air and off-air.
Jane Wells Schooley, principal of Northstar Team Development and Different Maker Coach, and Lehigh University Associate Professor of Management Corinne Post join Sally Handlon in the studio to discuss how the levels women attain either on the corporate ladder, or in the board room still remain disproportionate to their overall numbers.
American Repertory Ballet Artistic Director Douglas Martin talks with host Silagh White about the company, the life of a professional dancer, and some of the new features in the upcoming production of A Midsummer Night's Dream set to the music of Felix Mendelsson. The performance will be at the Zoellner Arts Center on Friday, March 6th at 7:30 pm. Mr. Martin also offers words of encouragement for the many young dancers in our listening area.
On Galactic Travels, the Special Focus for March is Jeff Greinke. Jeff Greinke is a musician, composer, performer, and sound sculptor who is known worldwide for his unique sound. Through a highly developed process of layering, Jeff composes and performs music rich in texture, depth, mood, and subtle detail.