Host Keith Kelleher talks with Dave Wakeling of The English Beat. He talks about his new release, Specialized II: Beat Teenage Cancer. This second music compilation is a tribute to the music of The English Beat, with all proceeds of the album going to the Teenage Cancer Trust. The band also recently performed in a WDIY sponsored show at Musikfest Cafe.
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Patricia Evans, author of The Verbally Abusive Man, Can He Change? A book that helps women put together a straightforward plan to honestly assess their relationship and make life-changing decisions without guilt.
Although public education is available to all youth, the preparation of youngsters to start school varies widely. Some of the children may be enrolled in a formal Pre-K program; some may have engaged families or extended families. But what if they don’t? How can the child without those experiences adapt and excel? One answer that is locally being explored is Promise Neighborhoods. Join host Sally Handlon as she explores this new approach with guests Edward Meehan and Dr. Kamran Afshar. (Original air date, July 18, 2013.)
Celebrating 22 years of blues in the Poconos, host Maxx Foxx welcomes Michael Cloeren from Pennsylvania Blues Festival, happening July 26-29 at Blue Mountain Ski Resort, to talk about this year’s festival. (Original air date, July 15, 2013.)
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Tony Sparber, owner and director of New Image Weight Loss Camp for Kids in the Poconos, which helps youngsters create the lives they want: physically, emotionally and mentally. (Original air date, July 15, 2013.)
Ed Pawlowski is on a winning streak: The Neighborhood Improvement Zone, authored and shepherded through the state legislature by Senator Pat Browne to provide powerful incentives for redevelopment of two key pieces of Allentown, is driving more than $500 million in new development; his proposal to cover the unaffordable pension obligations for city retirees by leasing the city's water system to Lehigh County Authority generated more than $200 million; the Philadelphia Phantoms will be joining the Lehigh Valley IronPigs as the top minor league franchises of the Phillies and Flyers, respect