Bethlehem

14th Annual SouthSide Film Festival on LV Arts Salon

Jun 8, 2017
Paul Willistein

The 14th annual SouthSide Film Festival (SSFF), June 13-17, in Bethlehem is the topic for this week's edition of Lehigh Valley Arts Salon.

Host Paul Willistein welcomes guests Jeff Vaclavik, SSFF Board President, and Glenn Koehler, SSFF Director.

(Original air-date: 5/29/17)

Previewing Two Bethlehem Concert Series on LV Arts Salon

May 25, 2017

Host Silagh White previews two free outdoor concert series in Bethlehem. Alison Gillespie discusses the line up for the 2017 Bethlehem Fine Arts Commission Sculpture Garden Concert Series on the first half of the program. During the second half, Tim Brooks and Emily Krall from the Downtown Bethlehem Association of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce gives a peek into the Tunes at Twilight series presented in the Sun Inn Courtyard.

Host Dave Fry discusses legendary Martin Guitar employee Dick Boak's appearance at Northampton Community College's Fab Lab on May 18, 2017. Boak is a musician, woodworker, and a long-time Martin Guitar employee who currently serves as Martin's director of museum, archives, and special projects.

Dave Fry speaks with Boak as well as Jeff Boerner, Director of the Fab Lab at Northampton Community College.

(Original air-date: 5/16/17)

Kenn Michael previews Zoellner Arts Center's upcoming Spring 2017 season.

Joining him are guests Andrew Cassano, Administrative Director at Zoellner, and Deborah Sacarakis, Artistic Director at Zoellner. A full list of Zoellner's events is available at their website.

(Original air-date: 1/16/2017)
 

A new Bethlehem brewery and a celebrated chef and are highlighted on this premiere airing of "The Inside Dish" on Lehigh Valley Arts Salon. On the first Monday of each month, host Michael Drabenstott will celebrate the Lehigh Valley's diverse and expanding food scene with interviews and discussion.   

St. Luke's Provider News Network

St. Lukes University Hospital Network has been serving the Bethlehem area for 143 years...and over this time has expanded well beyond the Lehigh Valley. And, that "service" is not only in-patient and emergency care, it includes our communities.

Join host Sally Handlon as she talks with Dr. Bonnie Coyle, MD, MS and Director of Community and Preventive Health, about the community support and the collaborative outreach provided by St. Lukes' through her departments. 

(Original air-date: 12/15/2016)

Historic Moravian Bethlehem is one step closer to being named a UNESCO World Heritage site. The world heritage program promotes local and international cooperation for the preservation of natural and cultural heritage in an international setting.

Educator Jennie Gilrain and poet Matt Wolf join hosts Kate Scuffle and George Miller to share the exciting growth of the Favorite Poem Project of Bethlehem, from new educational outreach programs led by area writers and poets, to return of the popular FPP Public Reading at the Bethlehem Rotunda on October 19, 2016 at 7:00 PM.

Were you aware that Lehigh University, in addition to its engineering and wrestling fame, is also nationally and internationally known for its College of Education?

Gary Sasso, Ph.D., Dean of the College of Education, joins community host Sally Handlon to talk about the achievements of this college over its past 100 years as well as discussing the future of education.

(Original air-date: 8/18/2016)

Eleanor Bobrow discusses the upcoming Runner's World Half Marathon and Festival with Bart Yasso, Chief Running Officer at Runner's World Magazine.

Taking place the weekend of October 14 through October 16 in Bethlehem, PA, the event will include seminars, live music, a pre-race dinner with Runner's World editors as well as kids' races and programs.

(Original air-date: 8/15/2016)

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