On Every Main Street

Monday, 6:30 - 7 pm

A weekly program that takes a deeper look into the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce and all the regional chambers of commerce under its umbrella. Hosted by Greg Capogna, On Every Main Street is an opportunity for WDIY listeners to learn more about the communities in which we live.

Greg Capogna talks with Al Jacobsen, executive director of Miller Symphony Hall about the upcoming summer with Jazz Upstairs and the Allentown Symphony Orchestra with conductor Diane Wittry. Then, Greg welcomes Charlene Donchez Mowers, president of Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sights to chat about the UNESCO World Heritage site designation process for the Moravian Settlement.

Greg Capogna sits down with Tom Stoudt, Executive Director of the Lehigh-Northampton Airport Authority to talk about the various construction projects wrapping up at Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE) and the encouraging news on safe air travel. Then Greg chats with Liz Summers, President of Advancing Leadership Consulting about how her firm is dedicated to strengthening communication and leadership skills for individuals, teams and organizations to maximize performance.

Host Greg Capogna talks with Mark Napierkowski, Development Director of the Mercy School for Special Learning in Allentown about a big event happening June 3rd. Then, Greg welcomes Alex Michaels, President and CEO of Discover Lehigh Valley, who shares how Lehigh Valley travel and tourism is on the rebound with upcoming events and exhibits.

Greg Capogna talks with Kat Mahoney of Geek Grid Studios which provide education to parents, educators, and the community, on the positive effects of today's video games, social media, and STEM Education. Then Max Weintraub, President and CEO of the Allentown Art Museum stops by to talk about the return of in-person programming and the Walk the Art program.

The COVID Comebacks series continues as Greg Capogna talks with Rhonda Bastian of Sail Away Events and Travel about the complexities of vacationing after vaccination. Then, David Fagerstrom, CEO of the Greater Valley YMCA talks about what the YMCA does for our community.

On this edition of On Every Main Street the COVID Comebacks series continues as host Greg Capogna talks with Hellertown Postmaster Joe DiRusso from the U.S. Postal Service, Carol Kuhns of Kuhnsville Car Wash, and Al Johnson from the Pocono Cheesecake Factory.

The COVID Comebacks series continues as Greg Capogna talks with Marty McGuire, Marketing Director at Mauch Chunk Trust, about local banking during the pandemic. Then, Chris and Kendra Snyder of Quest Termite & Pest Control discuss the importance of spring pest control. Finally, Chris Schmidt of the Keystone Running Store talks about the importance of finding the right fit - whether you're a runner, walker, or someone who spends a lot of time on their feet.

The COVID Comebacks series continues as Greg Capogna talks wine with Andy Warner of Black River Farms Winery and Spirits in Bethlehem. Hellertown Mayor David Heintzelman also joins the program to chat with Greg about the impact of COVID-19 on funeral homes, as well as the economic outlook for the borough. 

In the latest entry to the COVID Comebacks series, host Greg Capogna looks at pandemic assistance being provided by the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce as well as how two area businesses are confronting these challenging times.

Greg Capogna continues his local food tour in the East Penn area with their upcoming Restaurant Week, including Chef Geo of Mi Havana Cuban Cuisine, Tom Ballas of Sahara Mediterranean Restaurant and Jeff Virojanapa of Notch Modern Kitchen and Bar.

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