"From Farmboy to CEO" describes our guest this week: Ed Donley, former Chairman, President, and CEO of Air Products & Chemicals. Co-hosts John Dodds and John Pearce chat with Mr. Donley on his meteoric rise in the business world here in the Lehigh Valley, from very humble beginnings in Michigan. His is a fascinating, inspiring story. (Original air-date, April 3, 2014).
Dr. Afshar points out that the overall inflation is close to non-existent in 2014, however, we are starting to see some inflation in food prices. Some categories of meat, like beef roasts registered a 9.1% increase in their price. With the record going to oranges with a whopping 12.2% price increase in the last 12 months. Tune in on this discussion Friday at 5:44 PM and Monday at 7:35 AM. (Original air-date, April 4, 2014).
Join host Laurie Siebert and her guest Eileen Budd from the Budd Insurance Agency as they discuss risk management and tips for property and casualty insurance. Laurie will also take listener's questions live on-Air. Or questions may be submitted early through www.yourfinancialchoices.com by clicking Contact Laurie. (Original air-date, April 2, 2014).
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Maggie Jugon, 17 year old senior at Palmyra High School and co-founder of Make a Mark for Mark (MMM), an organization whose mission is to provide information and resources on mental health, the causes and signs of depression and suicide, and how to get help. Established in honor of the recent suicide of fellow classmate, Mark K., who took his life this past December, the Make a Mark for Mark fund will be holding a Mental Health Fair on May 18 from 4PM to 7PM to help educate others on the stigma associated with depression and suicide.
Annie Prince and Bruce Wilson speak with Ellison Heil, the President of EnAcT, the "Environmental Activism Team" at Muhlenberg College, to tell us about Muhlenberg College's Earth Day educational festival on Friday, April 11 from 11am to 5 pm. This event is free and open to the public. Living Green in the Lehigh Valley is also broadcast on Wednesday at 5:45 pm during "All Things Considered". (Original air-date, April 1, 2014).
Spring is here, and it's time to start talkin' baseball. Hosts John Pearce and Steve Aaronson welcome Iron Pigs Media Relations Assistant, Alec Scercy, and Director of Promotions and Entertainment, Lindsey Knupp. Topics include prospects for the Iron Pigs in 2014 and new and exciting things coming to Coca Cola Park. Play Ball! (Original air-date March 27, 2014).
Join host, Laurie A. Siebert, CPA, CFP®, AEP® as she discusses "Financial planning- putting your tax return to work." Laurie will also take listener's questions live on-Air. Or, questions may be submitted early through www.yourfinancialchoices.comby clicking Contact Laurie. (Original air-date March 18, 2014).
Host Tom Druckenmiller talks with John McEuen of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band about his performances at McCoole's Arts and Events Place in Quakertown on Saturday, March 15th with a Children's Matinee at 4:00 p.m. and an adult performance at 7:30 p.m. (Original air-date March 12, 2014).
Host, Laurie A. Siebert, CPA, CFP®, AEP® takes your income tax questions and explains how different kinds of income get taxed differently. Questions to Your Financial Choices may be submitted early through www.yourfinancialchoices.com by clicking Contact Laurie. (Original air-date March 12, 2014).
The 2nd Annual SpringUP Dance Festival at Northampton Community College is just around the corner! Dancer/choreographer Sarah Carlson of the Lehigh Valley Dance Exchange joins hosts George Miller & Kate Scuffle to talk more about this inspiring, exciting festival, one that brings the best of our talented regional dance scene together with exceptional guest artists and teachers, creating a truly magical weekend. (Original air-day March 10, 2014).