The Celtic Classic festival celebrates all things Celtic this coming weekend - great music, food, crafts, dance, heritage and more - and hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle and their festival guests will share what's new, what's back, and what you just can't miss. (Original air date September 23, 2013.)
In this week's Economic Pulse, Dr. Kamran Afshar gives us a synopsis of the week's economic news, and takes a detailed look at trends in the Lehigh Valley, and important issues to watch in the coming week. (Original air date September 20, 2013.)
The Riverside Festival of the Arts will return to the Easton waterfront this Saturday and Sunday. This year marks the 17th appearance for the festival which hosts visual arts, live music, vendors, and a juried plein air art contest with a chance to nab $1,600 for the best piece. Ellen Shaughnessy is on the festival's committee and gave us five things she's most excited for this weekend.
Host Laurie A. Siebert, CPA, CFP(r), AEP (r) welcomes Dave Ellowitch, CFP(r)and financial advisor, as they discuss insurance and the life cycle on the next program. (Original air date September 18, 2013.)
Blend host Keith Kelleher welcomes poet Ernest Hilbert and producer/musician Dave Young to talk about their project “Elegies & Laments,” a collaborative affair that is a groundbreaking merge of music and poetry. (Original air date September 18, 2013.)
On this week’s program host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Dr. Kristin Neff, Associate Professor of Human Development at the University of Texas, and author of Self-Compassion. Her book helps us understand how to use self-compassion when we are feeling down so that it encourages us to get up and try again, in order to reach our full potential. (Original air date September 9, 2013.)
Ellis Finger talks with Gabriela Lena Frank, who is doing a residency at Lafayette College which will result in a new commissioned work for the Lafayette choirs, guest vocal soloists, and the Chiara String Quartet, to be presented Sunday, April 14. (Original air date September 11, 2013.)
The tables are turned as George Miller and Kate Scuffle move to the other side of the desk as tonight’s guests on the program. They’ll be talking about their production at the recent Galway Fringe Festival, as well as George’s direction of a radio play of the winner at the Scripts Festival in Ireland. (Original air date September 16, 2013.)
Historic downtown Bethlehem was host to a number of artists on Saturday. artINplace aimed to give people a chance to view the creation of paintings and sketches in a setting they may not be used to--inside local businesses. In all, 17 artists participated, most using models for their pieces.