Easton

For the June edition of the Inside Dish, Michael Drabenstott welcomes the artisan ice cream makers at Owowcow, general manager Shira Tizer Wade and production manager Rebecca Troutman.

Owowcow has locations throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey and will be opening a location in the Silk Mill in Easton this summer.

(Original air-date: 6/4/2018)

Easton Summer Cinema on Musings

May 22, 2018
Lafayette College

Kenn Michael previews Easton Summer Cinema,  a new film series taking place on the Lafayette College campus in Landis Cinema in Buck Hall. Kenn talks with grant writer Carol Inman and film buff Peter Coyne who started the film series as a way to get Easton residents together and talking in new ways.

Easton Summer Cinema runs from May 22 through July 24, 2018. Films are shown every Tuesday between 7 and 9 PM in Landis Cinema and admission is free. The films span a variety of genres and time periods but all relate to a local interest. The full list of films being show are:

Dundore & Heister's Tod Auman on The Inside Dish

Dec 21, 2017

Michael Drabenstott speaks with Tod Auman, owner of Dundore & Heister, a sustainable whole-animal butcher with locations in the Easton Public Market and a stand-alone location in Wyomissing at the southern end of WDIY's listening area.

(Original air-date: 12/4/2017)

Nurture Nature Center on LV Arts Salon

Sep 5, 2017

The Nurture Nature Center (NNC) in Easton explores nature and environmental sustainability through a combination of the arts as well as science, including artist workshops, films, gallery shows and a mix of programming for young and old.

Nurture Nature's Executive Director Rachel Hogan Carr and Arts Director Keri Maxfield join host George Miller and Kate Scuffle to talk about what's on offer this autumn for the arts at NNC.

 (Original air-date: 8/14/2017)
 

Painter Will Harmuth on Musings

Jun 27, 2017

Max Foxx talks with painter Will Harmuth about a new exhibition of his work, "Square the Art of Will," on view now at Connexions Gallery in Easton.  A reception for the show is on Saturday, July 1  from 7-10 pm.

(Original air-date: 6/27/2017)

Host Eleanor Bobrow discusses Change on 3rd Street, an agency that has been established in Easton "to help those with their recovery with the resources that we and other agencies have to offer because together, recovery works." Her guest is the program director, Phillip Chaney.

(Original air-date: 6/5/2017)

Chocodiem and The Taza Stop on The Inside Dish

Mar 7, 2017

On this edition of The Inside Dish on Lehigh Valley Arts Salon, host Michael Drabenstott speaks with two vendors from the Easton Public Market in honor of its one year anniversary in April 2017- Jean Paul Hepp of Chocodiem as well as Tim and Hala Bonner of The Taza Stop (and The Taza Truck). 

 (Original air-date: 3/6/17)

Host John Pearce welcomes guest, Andrew Zellers-Frederick, Executive Director of the Northampton County Historical & Genealogical Society, to discuss a new initiative.  It's an American Revolutionary War Roundtable, to which everyone is invited - people who are very knowledgeable about that war as well as novices.

The initial meeting at Sigal Museum in Easton is set for Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at 6:30pm.

(Original air-date: 1/5/2017)

Hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle preview the Riverside Festival of the Arts coming up on Septmeber 17 and 18, 2016. Festival Chair Lady Colleen Heller and Ellen Shaughnessy discuss the festival, the artists, and the line-up of events this year.

The Riverside Festival of the Arts is Easton's annual celebration of the arts and Easton itself. The festival is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year.

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

Host Kenn Michael speaks with Ian Summers about his latest exhibition of presidential portraits, "All the Presidents, Men."  On view at the Pomfret Club, 33 S. 4th St, Easton now to Nov. 14.  More information available at SantaFineArt.com.

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