Two renowned local photographers take to the airwaves in this week's show. Host Lydia Panas speaks with Theo Anderson about his two current exhibits, at the Williams Center for the Arts and the State Theater in Easton.
WDIY will have two of Anderson's prints from his “Where’s Joe? The Ghost of Bethlehem Steel” series available as part of the silent auction happening at their Winter Blast Fundraising Party on February 2 at Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown. (Original air date, January 21, 2013.)
Host Eleanor Bobrow speaks with Michael Clancy, Reverse Mortgage Specialist and Branch Manager of Gateway Funding to help us explore the positive and negative effects of a reverse mortgage, and to understand the upcoming Federal government changes to the existing procedure. (Original air date, January 21, 2013.)
The Ryan Montbleau Band makes its first appearance on Mountain Stage, recorded live on the campus of West Virginia Wesleyan College. Based in Boston, the group spends much of its time on the road, playing hundreds of dates every year.
Good morning. I'm David Greene. A business owner is asking for some advice. It's Karl Baxter. He does wholesale retail in Britain and he bought three huge shipments of DVDs titled "The Science of Lance Armstrong." As you might know, the cyclist has admitted to doping and Baxter is not convinced his 10,000 DVDs will sell. He's considered building a DVD tower or making a dominoes track for his kids, but he's looking for other ideas. Which sounds like a good idea in itself. It's MORNING EDITION. Transcript provided by NPR, Copyright NPR.
When a labor dispute shutdown Hostess, the maker of Twinkies, many people rushed out to buy a box or two. Nancy Peppin bought 12 boxes. Not to eat, but as art supplies. The Reno, Nevada woman makes art out of Twinkies. She is confident that another company will eventually bring Twinkies back. But in the meantime, she wants to be ready to keep making sculptures like her depiction of "The Last Supper," which also includes Ding Dongs and Ho Hos.