Host Bathsheba Monk welcomes a full house of guests on Lehigh Valley Arts Salon to celebrate Toulouse- Lautrec’s arrival at the Allentown Art Museum. Joining her is Diane Fischer, Chief Curator at the Allentown Art Museum, Lisa Norris Professor of Art History at Kutztown University, as well as Sharon Vidmar McCarthy and Ann Schlegel, founder of Allentown Art Squawk, whose summer Squawk is the Belle Epoque. It will be a lively half-hour in which Ms. Monk will try to persuade her guests to demonstrate the can-can! (Original air date, May 20, 2013.)
Host Scott Levin interviews legendary jazz master and 2011 Grammy nominee, Freddy Cole. Levin will preview selections and discuss Freddy Cole's upcoming May 21st new release, "This and That," on High Note Records.
Touchstone's Young Playwrights' Festival is just around the corner, and Mary Wright, Coordinator for Touchstone's Young Playwrights Lab, joins hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle to talk about this year's new young plays and playwrights. (Original air date: May 13, 2013.)
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Rachel Hogan Carr, Director of the Nurture Nature Center in Easton, about building better communities through learning about science and local environmental risks. (Original air date: May 13, 2013.)
The City of Bethlehem has a hotly contested race for mayor featuring two sitting City Council members. In a city in which Democrats vastly outnumber Republicans, this primary election is likely to choose the next mayor. J. William Reynolds and Robert Donchez will join host Alan Jennings on this week’s program.
Host Laurie A. Siebert, CPA, CFP(r), AEP(r), moves from the balance sheet discussion last week to your personal income statement this week - understanding cash flow and controlling it. (Original air date May 8, 2013.)