Easton

Arts
1:43 pm
Fri December 12, 2014

Nancy O'Hanlon and Andria Zaia from Easton's Sigal Musuem on Take Charge of Your Life

Host Eleanor Bobrow spotlights the Sigal Musuem's new exhibit, Eras of Elegance, which explores the fashion of Northampton County women from the 1750's to the 1920's. Guests Nancy O'Hanlon, Curator of the Sigal Museum, and Andria Zaia, Curator of Collections and Archives, discuss the downtown Easton museum's new exhibit running until summer 2015.  

(Original air-date: 12/8/2014)

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Arts
12:30 am
Fri September 12, 2014

Movies at the Mill Easton

Movies at the Mill at The State Theatre in Easton

Host Kenn Michael speaks with filmmaker and festival director Gershon Hinkson about Movies at the Mill Easton (MME), a film festival created to aid in the redevelopment of the city of Easton.

Movies at the Mill will be held this Saturday, September 13 at The State Theatre in downtown Easton,  543 Northampton Street.  Film screenings begin at 5PM.  Tickets, directions, and more information are available at MoviesAtTheMill.com.

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Arts
4:33 pm
Mon September 8, 2014

Easton's Riverside Festival of the Arts 2014 on LV Arts Salon

Carol Benner and Ellen Shaughnessy of Easton's annual Riverside Festival of the Arts joins hosts Kate Scuffle and George Miller to talk about this year's festival, from its exciting juried arts show to the popular Plein Air Art Contest and more.

(Original air-date 9/8/2014)

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Arts
2:28 pm
Thu September 4, 2014

Lindsay Schaefer and Andy To from Artists in Unity on LV Arts Salon

Host George Miller and Kate Scuffle talk with the Artistic Director of dance/film company Artists in Unity, Lindsay Schaefer, and AIU Collaborative Artist, Andy To, about their work and about the upcoming Movies at the Mill festival at the State Theatre in Easton, where AIU's film Pathways will be screened.

(Original air-date 8/25/2014)

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Education
1:16 pm
Mon August 25, 2014

Take Charge of Your Life Spotlights Easton's Angels

Eleanor Bobrow welcomes three guests from the Easton's Angels organization--dedicated to helping special needs students integrate and feel accepted with other school students: President/creator and recent Easton Area High School graduate Alexa Olah, upcoming President Mary Happel, and Secretary Sarah Timberman.

(Original air-date 8/25/2014)

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Arts
2:27 pm
Tue July 22, 2014

Michelle Neifert's "Vehicle for Color"

Bloom: diptych, acrylic/paper, 43”*97”

Host Kenn Michael speaks with Michelle Neifert about her latest exhibit "Vehicle for Color," on display now until August 26 at Connexions Gallery in Easton.

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Business
1:39 pm
Tue June 10, 2014

Tyler Rogers from Safe Harbor Easton on Take Charge of Your Life

Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes guest Tyler Rogers, Executive Director of Safe Harbor in Easton. They will discuss where a person can turn when they suddenly find themselves jobless, homeless, or both.

(Original air-date 6/9/2014)

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Music
11:52 am
Thu May 22, 2014

Our Griffins Live on The Blend

Host Carlos Benjamin welcomes Easton-based band Our Griffins to the studio for a live interview and performance. The band kicks off ArtsQuest's free outdoor concert series at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks in Bethlehem on May 16th. (Original air-date 5/2/2014)

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Arts
2:09 pm
Tue May 20, 2014

BOOM... it's an art show

Host Kenn Michael speaks with Tom D'Angelo about an upcoming art show in Easton, PA.  "BOOM... it's an art show" features the works of 19 artists and will be held in the Alpha Building in Easton (temporarily converted into an art space) on May 31st from 6-10PM.

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Politics
11:41 am
Mon May 5, 2014

Easton Mayor Sal Panto, Jr. on Lehigh Valley Discourse

Host Alan Jennings welcomes Easton Mayor Salvatore Panto, Jr. to Lehigh Valley Discourse.

Sal Panto's name is almost synonymous with "mayor" in the city of Easton between his stint in the 1980's and his current term.  He is a booster of the city while being one of the most outspoken advocates for regionalism, even when the benefits for the city are not so apparent.

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