The Special Focus for January is Mystified, a.k.a. Thomas Park. The music of Mystified is of an atmospheric nature that is ideal for listening while working, sleeping, or doing other things. The music is an exploration of texture and is serious music for serious people.
Host Laurie A. Siebert, CPA, CFP(r), AEP(r) and her guest, financial advisor, Matthew Petrozelli, discuss real estate investing on this program, including commercial property, rental real estate and REITs.
Can anyone really understand the trends in business and weather…or the impact of one upon the other? Join host Sally Handlon and her guests Bill Kirk, founder and CEO Weather Trends International and John McGran, Editor of LV Business, to hear what they have to say about 2012 trends and 2013 predictions for business, weather and the impacts of each other.
It is Analog Overdose month! On the next Galactic Travels, the month-long focus on Fanger & Schonwalder concludes. The Featured CD at Midnight will be Analog Overdose (the first one!) on Manikin Records.
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with David Mendlewski, head of The Hillside School in Macungie. The school is dedicated to serving students who have language-based learning disabilities and is designed to provide a structure to develop a sense of self-worth and self-respect, along with preparing students for college and beyond.
Bill Hansell has a remarkable history. He has held either elective or appointed positions at all levels of government, including advising local governments throughout the world. By definition, he is an expert. But he may be facing his most, uh, challenging position: Lehigh County Executive. Join Alan Jennings as he welcomes Bill Hansell to Lehigh Valley Discourse.