Julie Kohner, the daughter of Czechoslovakian holocaust survivors Walter and Hanna Kohner, joins host Eleanor Bobrow to discuss Voices of the Generations. Kohner developed this non-profit organization to provide an easy-to-grasp yet powerful and meaningful introduction to Holocaust education for audiences of all ages.
Host Karen El-Chaar welcomes Eugene Albulescu, the director of the Lehigh University Philharmonic, and Greg Funfgeld, the artistic director and conductor of the Bach Choir of Bethlehem, to discuss their upcoming collaboration. The Bach Choir and the LU Philharmonic will be playing at Zoellner Arts Center on Friday, April 10th and Saturday April 11th at 8pm.
Host John Pearce welcomes Reverend Sherry Blackman back to Lehigh Valley Discourse to discuss her recent work, REV-IT-UP, Tales of a Truck Stop Chaplain. Rev. Blackman details her experience in truck-stop ministry, exploring the ins and outs of the trucking industry as well as the intriguing personal lives of the individuals she meets on a daily basis. More information available at her website.
Host John Pearce welcomes Rose and Rudy Ackerman of the Baum School of Art in Allentown. Rudy, an artist in his own right, is a former executive director of Baum. His wife, Rose, specializes in jewelry and has been Rudy's business partner for years. Today's topic: Rudy Ackerman's book, Living the Dream, published in 2014. Learn much about the iconic Baum School of Art.
Tonight’s show focuses on how our attitudes and thinking patterns impact our ability to get a good night’s sleep. Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes psychotherapist and marriage and family therapist Jude Bijou, MA MFT, to discuss her book Attitude Reconstruction: A Blueprint for Building a Better Life.