Michael Drabenstott spotlights Social Still, a distillery and restaurant built inside a prohibition-era bank building in Southside Bethlehem. Michael's guests are chef Chris Kurtz and owner Adam Flatt.
Did you ever wonder how charcoal is made? The difference between charcoal and coal? Or that Blue Mountain played a role? Guests from Muhlenberg College, Dr. Ben Carter and recent graduate Sean Kenney, explain it all.
Eleanor Bobrow talks with guest C. Ray Calhoun who overcame struggles with addiction and troubles with law early in his life to become a best-selling Amazon author (You Must ‘C’ Your Way Through), a John Maxwell-certified coach/speaker, and a senior pastor.
Hosts Kate Scuffle and George Miller look at upcoming events in the Finding H.D.project, a year-long series of events celebrating Bethlehem-born feminist, modernist poet, memoirist and novelist, Hilda Doolittle.