WDIY Headlines

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.

Allentown Art Museum

Kate Scuffle welcomes back Elaine Mehalakes from the Allentown Art Museum and Dr. Arthur Wheelock, former Curator at the National Gallery of Art, to talk about the return of the Rembrandt painting Portrait of a Young Woman to the Allentown Art Museum.

Local employment is slowly rising in the Lehigh Valley.  Dr. Kamran Afshar takes a look at this and more in his synopsis of the week's economic news and trends across the Lehigh Valley and the nation.

PA House Republican Communications / Upside Allentown

Alan Jennings hosts an exclusive interview with the first mother-son duo elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives; plus an interview with an Allentown community leader heading a new neighborhood partnership in the city.

Lori Catanzaro

On this week's edition of Your Financial Choices, Laurie Siebert welcomes attorney Nicholas Sandercock from Gross McGinley, LLP to discuss: “Contracts – the ins and outs of offer, acceptance and consideration.” Learn more about this week’s guest at grossmcginley.com

WDIY's Marcie Lightwood explores how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected child abuse through conversations with officials from Lehigh County, Northampton County, and the Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance.

Greg Capogna talks food and the upcoming East Penn Area Restaurant Week with Ashley Lorah, Emmaus Main Street Manager of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce and Larry Delhagen, East Penn Board Chair.

Greg also welcomes East Penn Area Restaurant Week participants Fran Volpe of Volpe's Sports Bar and David Maiatico of David's Italian Market.

“The Little Things” stars three Oscar winners, Denzel Washington, Rami Malek and Jared Leto, in a police procedural about a serial killer in Los Angeles. Paul Willistein of the Lehigh Valley Press reviews the crime drama thriller.

Guest host Karen El-Chaar welcomes Maestra and Music Director Diane Wittry of the Allentown Symphony Orchestra and Al Jacobsen, Director of the Allentown Symphony Association to discuss the upcoming spring program and the challenges of designing and producing a season during the COVID-19 pandemic, including details on the ASO's vast online offerings.

The Consumer Sentiment Index recorded a slight decline in January. Dr. Kamran Afshar takes a look at this and more during his synopsis of the week's economic news and trends across the Lehigh Valley and the nation.

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