This week the topic is Lewis and Clark and Me. Co-hosts John Pearce and Ray Schwab welcome writer and historian Peter Osborne to the studio. He will share many facets of this famous expedition, sent out by President Thomas Jefferson, 1803-1806. There is much more to the story than what we learned as school children. (Original air date June 13, 2013.)
The Lehigh Valley is fortunate to have a variety of small businesses, over 11,000 have 9 or less employees. How does a business of this size get to the next level – more revenue, more employees…help strengthen the business community? Host Sally Handlon welcomes guests David Dunn, Lehigh University’s Small Business Development Center, and David Grow, VP of First Niagara. The three will discuss how 12 community organizations are coming together to provide a business expo to support our small business community. (Original air date May 16, 2013.)
The City of Bethlehem has a hotly contested race for mayor featuring two sitting City Council members. In a city in which Democrats vastly outnumber Republicans, this primary election is likely to choose the next mayor. J. William Reynolds and Robert Donchez will join host Alan Jennings on this week’s program.
Co-hosts John Pearce and Ray Schwab welcome guest Dr. Daniel Wilson, Professor of History at Muhlenberg College. The topic: studying the history of medicine. Dr. Wilson, a polio survivor, has written three books on polio epidemics.
When you think of all the advances made since 1963, we tend to remember all the positive changes in technology, transportation, research…but what about advances for the people that help make that occur. Fifty years ago Betty Freidan published the Feminine Mystic and Congress passed the Equal Pay Act. Join host Sally Handlon on this week’s show as she explores the pay equity issue with Stephanie Hnatiw, Executive Direction of the YWCA of Bethlehem, Toni Hoffman, co-chair, Easton AAUW and Chet Mostellar, president Mostellar & Associates.