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
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.