Tonight's topic is the change of leadership at Lafayette College's Williams Center for the Arts. Host Bill Dautremont-Smith will be talking with recently retired Director of the Performance Series Ellis Finger, who occupied the position since its inception in 1983, and his replacement Hollis Ashby, who took over at the beginning of this month after serving as Associate Director of Cal Performances at UC Berkeley, one of the largest performing arts presenters California.
In recognition of the United Nations' International Day of Peace (September 21), our guest is Monica Willard, a Lehigh Valley resident, who is the United Nations Representative for the United Religions Initiative. Host John Pearce explores how this annual Day of Peace began and evolved, and how it is being celebrated including the "Peace Wave around the world."
Carol Benner and Ellen Shaughnessy of Easton's annual Riverside Festival of the Arts joins hosts Kate Scuffle and George Miller to talk about this year's festival, from its exciting juried arts show to the popular Plein Air Art Contest and more.
Host George Miller and Kate Scuffle talk with the Artistic Director of dance/film company Artists in Unity, Lindsay Schaefer, and AIU Collaborative Artist, Andy To, about their work and about the upcoming Movies at the Mill festival at the State Theatre in Easton, where AIU's film Pathways will be screened.
What do the following PA companies have in common - Wavefront Research, Dynalene, General Sciences Inc., RDA Inc, Daniel H. Wagner Associated? One clue - remember organizations like Bell Labs and NASA?
Learn more about their common threads - SBIR and STTR - as David Dunn of Lehigh University's Small Business Development Center joins host Sally Handlon.
Eleanor Bobrow talks about ways to identify the autism spectrum and methods of helping children to cope. Her guest is Todd Bennett, Co-Founder and Director of Operations of the Center for Assessment and Treatment in Hackettstown, New Jersey.
Donald L. Miller, author, historian, PBS documentarian, and John Henry MacCracken Professor of History at Lafayette College, talks to host Bathsheba Monk about his new book, Supreme City: How Jazz Age Manhattan Gave Birth to Modern America as well as his collaboration with Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg on a new documentary.