Host Laurie A. Siebert, CPA, CFP(r), AEP(r) welcomes her guest, attorney Stanley Vasiliadis, to discuss living trusts - the good, the bad and the ugly. Laurie will also take your questions on other financially related matters on air or online at www.yourfinancialchoices.com.
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Eva Grayzel, author of the Talk4Hope Family book series. Eva wrote the books to help children understand cancer, learn skills to deal with their fears and communicate their feelings with family members
In early 2000s, Ben Franklin Technology Partners of NE PA introduced a program to help its clients get in front of venture capitalists. This provided two very special and important opportunities. First, it helped to guide and prepare start- up ventures in their ability to present their business and investment case. Second, it helped to make venture capitalists aware of the business innovations taking place in the Lehigh Valley.
Host Charles James interviews Michael Lerman from the Philadelphia Film Festival, happening October 18-28. He also talks with Ryan Hill about the Artsquest Greater Lehigh Valley Filmmakers Festival, happening November 2-4.
If, indeed, children are our future, as so many like to say, what might that future look like, given the many challenges our children face: declining resources for education, intervention when they are victimized by predators, and nutrition programs, neighborhoods that are unsafe and so much more. With an election just a few weeks away, the public policy debate appears to be ignoring this critically important but voiceless constituency.
The economy is bad. The economy is good. It needs to be stimulated. It needs to be left alone. It's good for Obama. It's good for Romney. With the discussion leading up to the November election focusing on the economy, host Alan Jennings welcomes guests Kamran Afshar, economist, and Tony Ianelli, CEO of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Listen as Kenn Michael, host of Musings speaks to Kate Scuffle, co-founder of Selkie Theatre about their upcoming performance "Occupy Your Mind" a provocative new piece crafted by the New York City Theater ensemble with The Civilians from Occupy Wall Street interviews. Occupy Your Mind is directed by Selkie's Artistic Director George B. Miller and will be performed at the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Lehigh Valley for two shows only on Friday, October 12 and Saturday, October 13 at 7:30pm.