Centered around the church burnings in Alabama, Every Tongue Confess is an epic theater poem exploring loss, sin, and redemption. Director Darius Omar Williams and Lehigh University’s Karen Sims join hosts George and Kate to discuss the African American folk religion historical narrative.
Host Eleanor Bobrow discusses Building 21, a Philadelphia program due to partner with the Allentown School District beginning in September 2015. The program is centered on the interests of students and helps them create a vision for their own success in a field that they create for themselves. Laura Shubilla, Co-Founder of Building 21, and Tara Ranzy, Principal of Building 21 in Philadelphia, join as guests.
How does a person run for local office? Which procedures must be followed? Our topic this week comes from the League of Women Voters: Running for Local Office -- a workshop. Join host John Pearce and guests, including Ken Mohr.
Chapel Hill, North Carolina-based bluegrass band Mipso joined Geoff Chambers in the studio to perform songs off of their album Dark Holler Pop and to talk about their Bluegrass Harmonies Onstage show that night at the Mauch Chunk Opera House.
It is with great pleasure that I am writing to you today to share wonderful news about WDIY. We have received approval from the Federal Communications Commission to triple the station's effective radiated power from 100 watts to 300 watts. The increase will expand the station's primary service area by about 250 square miles, enabling WDIY to reach an additional 135,000 people, fully reaching the entire Lehigh Valley and surrounding areas.
Host Laurie Siebert welcomes Dawn Fernandez and Omar Zucco, representing the Lehigh Valley American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women initiative to raise awareness of heart disease and stroke in women. We discuss taking care of your most important asset – your health and what you can do to make a difference. Laurie, Dawn, and Omar take listener questions live on-air and off-air.