Lehigh Valley restaurants are taking an astounding economic hit due to efforts to contain the coronavirus pandemic. Many have eliminated seating; others have closed their doors all together. WDIY’s James Johnson reports on how Valley restaurants are adjusting.
Lehigh Valley restaurants adjust to coronavirus-related restrictions.
Greg Capogna talks with guests Laurie Nelson, SVP of Easton and Phillipsburg Initiatives at the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber, and Susan Worobec, Vice President of Unity Bank and past Chair of the Forks Business Association.
Alan Jennings hosts a wide-ranging discussion on criminal justice. His guests have both been vocal advocates for criminal justice reform -- Marvin Boyer, Political Action Chairman for the Easton NAACP, and Ed Angelo, an Allentown-based defense attorney.
Michael Drabenstott's guests are Lisa Yelagin and Anne Gerr, owners of Pie+Tart, a boutique bakery in Easton specializing in...what else...pies and tarts plus quiches, galettes, crostatas, turnovers, and more.
Host Greg Capogna welcomes Jessica O’Donnell, Executive Vice President of Affiliated Chambers for the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce, as well as Michael Woodland, co-owner of Dan’s Camera City and Fast Signs in Easton and the Chair of the Nazareth Business Council.
Host John Pearce welcomes architect Paul Felder to discuss Easton's new conservation districts which are preserving older buildings in the city's neighborhoods as well as Sonya Thiel from the award-winning Goodspeed Musicals Theater in Connecticut who gives us a behind-the-scences look at the theater.
Hollis Ashby, Artistic and Executive Director of the Performance Series at the Williams Center for the Arts, talks with host Kenn Michael to preview the upcoming 2019-20 season of the longtime Lafayette College artistic hub.
Eleanor Bobrow welcomes guests from Trinity Episcopal Church in Easton for a discussion on interfaith coalitions and creating a sense of respect and appreciation in our community regardless of religious affiliation.