THIS WEEK ON WDIY

Thursday, 6-7 pm, Sally Handlon welcomes back Becky Bradley, Executive Director of the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission, to share the LVPC's goals and programs.
Thursday, 7-9 pm, guest host Megan Everett features artists who appeared at this year's Celtic Classic including Ímar, Jil Chambless, and Archie Fisher.
Thursday 11 pm, Bill Fox continues the Special Focus on Jazzcomputer.org. The Featured CD at Midnight will be "Out of the City" + new music by Steve Roach on Projekt Records.
Friday at 10 am, Dr. Allan Birney, Music Director of the PA Sinfonia Orchestra, joins host Karen El-Chaar for a preview of this weekend’s concert, 'The Spirit of Vienna.'
Friday, 1-4 pm, Bill Dautremont-Smith has Brooklyn Americana trio Pete & The Stray Dogs and singer-songwriter Chuck Brodsky in the studio for live interviews and performances.

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John Ernesto Previews the 2nd Annual Reading Blues Fest on The Blend

Reading Blues Fest is back this weekend for its second year, and on this edition of The Blend, Bill Dautremont-Smith welcomed festival general manager John Ernesto to the studio to preview what's in store this year.

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All WDIY members and volunteers are invited to our annual membership meeting on Monday, November 19th at 7 PM. We'll be voting for Membership Representatives and on amendments to LVCBA bylaws.

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On a rather frigid night in New York City, hours after sundown, a constellation of the U.S. publishing industry's bright lights gathered at the National Book Awards to honor their brightest this year — and to put forth a fiery defense of the possibilities of their medium.

"In our inexorable pursuit of freedom and human rights, books serve us as weapons and also as shields," declared the ceremony's MC, a shaggy-bearded and shaven-headed Nick Offerman. "They are perhaps the greatest creation of humankind."

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Michael Solomonov became famous for his interpretation of Israeli cuisine.

MICHAEL SOLOMONOV: And I'm the chef and co-owner of Zahav Restaurant in Philly.

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