Carlos Benjamin welcomed George Hrab and Slau Halatyn from the Blue Turtles into the studio for a live interview and performance during the Blend. The band performed the music of Sting later that evening at the Ice House in Bethlehem.
Host Bill Dautremont-Smith interviews Mark Johnson, co-founder of Playing for Change, a multimedia organization created to inspire, connect, and bring peace to the world through music.
Assembled by Johnson, the multinational Playing for Change Band has been touring the world for the past 5 years and will be coming to Levitt Pavilion at SteelStacks in Bethlehem on Thursday, June 12th at 7:30 pm with a drum circle at 6 pm which is open to all members of the Lehigh Valley community.
Host Paul Willistein discusses the 11th annual Southside Film Festival (SSFF) running from June 10-14th in Bethlehem. Joining him in the studio is Jeff Vaclavik (SSFF board president), Glenn Koehler (SSFF director), and Ben Bertalan (SSFF film wrangler). (Original air-date 6/2/2014)
Hosts Annie Prince and Bruce Wilson speak with Mark Harris, an environmental journalist and author of the signature book on green burial, Grave Matters. Mark, who lives in Bethlehem, has also worked with the board of the Fountain Hill Cemetery to create the only natural burial ground in the Lehigh Valley, Green Meadow. (Original air-date 5/20/2014)
Annie Prince and Bruce Wilson speak with Vicky Bastidas, President of Friends of Johnston, about "Save the Farm Day."
Friends of Johnston is committed to preserving the 130-acre Johnston Estate along the Monocacy Creek in Bethlehem that once belonged to Archibald Johnston, the first Mayor of Bethlehem, and former President of Bethlehem Steel Company. (Original air-date 4/29/2014)
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.
Host Paul Willistein covers all you need to know about the SouthSide Film Festival with his guests Glenn Koehler, the new SouthSide Film Festival director, Jeff Vaclavik, board president, and Benjamin Bertalan, board member. The Festival runs June 11-15. (Original air date June 3, 2013.)
The SouthSide Film Festival will once again return to Bethlehem next week for its tenth year. Between the main festival's three locations and the Children's Film Series taking place at Godfrey Daniels, over 100 films will be screened over five days. Everything from animated shorts to documentaries to late-night horror comedies will be on display as the Lehigh Valley's only consecutively-running film festival continues to grow.