THIS WEEK ON WDIY

Monday, 6-6:30 pm, Silagh White talks with Kate Racculia and Matt Wolf from the Bethlehem Area Public Library about BAPL Books, a publishing line highlighting local writers.
Monday, 7-9 pm, Steve Aaronson presents the annual Folk Classics Thanksgiving program including the complete, unexpurgated version of "Alice's Restaurant."
Tuesday, 7-9 pm, Kris Kehr has archived sets from John Hartford, Bruce Cockburn, Roy Bookbinder, Steve Forbert, and Bill Morrissey; plus album tracks from Godfrey's artists.
Thursday, 6-7 pm, John Pearce welcomes Dr. Daniel Wilson, a recently retired Professor of History at Muhlenberg College, to discuss how teaching history has changed.
Thursday at 11 pm, Bill Fox continues the Special Focus on Jazzcomputer.org. The Featured CD at Midnight will be "Life - Unfolding;" plus new music from WintherStormer.

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Bill Dautremont-Smith welcomes Brooklyn-based Americana band Pete & The Stray Dogs to the WDIY studios for a live interview and performance.

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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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The Democrats organizing an effort to block Nancy Pelosi from retaking the House Speaker's gavel have finally gone public.

12 House Democrats and 4 incoming freshmen have signed onto a letter promising to vote against Pelosi in Democrats' internal caucus leadership vote, as well as on the House floor in January.

The message for the migrant caravan was clear from marchers on Sunday in Tijuana, Mexico: We don't want you here.

"We want the caravan to go, they are invading us," said Patricia Reyes, a 62-year-old protester, hiding from the sun under an umbrella. "They should have come into Mexico correctly, legally, but they came in like animals."

A few hundred Tijuanenses gathered in the city's high-end Rio area to protest the groups migrating from Central American countries.

The government of Democratic Republic of the Congo has released a new video in its fight to end the Ebola outbreak there. The message: To avoid contamination with the virus, it helps to wash your hands.

The president is going to pardon a turkey.

Full stop. Insert joke. These things write themselves.

But seriously, it's happening again Tuesday – the peculiar Washington tradition of a president pardoning a Thanksgiving turkey.

After years of motorists blazing through a tiny village in Northern Italy, the area's mayor got fed up and installed speed cameras.

And after just two weeks, Acquetico's cameras have caught more than 58,000 speeding incidents, according to Italian media. That's a hefty number for a community of about 120 residents.

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