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.
Michael Drabenstott continues his gastronomic tour of the Lehigh Valley with Missy Walters who owns Baked, a small neighborhood café and bakery on Main Street in Emmaus. The café is located two blocks away from Emmaus' triangle.
Host Silagh White invites you to take an adventure to the Karl Stirner Arts Trail in Easton, PA with guests Rachel Hogan Carr, Executive Director of the Nurture Nature Center and Jim Toia, Director of Community Based Teaching at Lafayette College.
Host Bill Dautremont-Smith talks with the winning homebrewing team from WDIY's 3rd Annual Homebrew Fest this past summer, Bill and Stephanie Hapenovich, as well as representatives from Two Rivers Brewing Company in Easton: head brewer Josh Bushey and co-owner Troy Reynard.
Hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle welcome Movies at the Mill Easton founder and director Gershon Hinkson to discuss what's in store this year for the international film festival taking place September 29 at Silk in Easton (formerly known as the Simon Silk Mill).