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On Galactic Travels, the Special Focus for November is Meesha.

Inspired by the music of Tangeine Dream, Jean Michel Jarre, Vangelis, and Kraftwerk, MEESHA started composing his own music in the early '90s.  He is a veteran of the German Electronic Circus Festival and has won a few Schalwelle Awards, including Best Newcomer.

Laurie Siebert and her guest, Matthew Petrozelli, Executive Vice President and COO of Valley National Financial Advisors, discussed: "What's new in managing your investment accounts?"  

For the next show, Laurie and her guest will also take listener's questions - live on-air or off-air. Questions may be submitted early through yourfinancialchoices.com by clicking Contact Laurie.

(Original air-date: 10/28/15)

Artists appearing at Allentown Art Museum's Cocktails & Collecting on November 7th discussed the upcoming event and their work. This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Museum's fall fundraising event which aims to offer the perfect mix of art, hors d’oeuvres, collecting and socializing. Artists throughout the Lehigh Valley and beyond have been invited to showcase. They will talk about and sell their works, and some will even create their artwork live at the event.

(Original air-date: 10/26/15)

Immigration, Youth & Their Education on LV Discourse

Oct 24, 2015
Muhlenberg College


Immigration, youth and their education - our topic is one that is hotly debated these days.  Host John Pearce's guest, Dr. Erika Sutherland, teaches Spanish at Muhlenberg College and has been very active in our community for two decades.  Learn about DACA, a Presidential mandate concerning recent immigrants.

(Original air-date: 10/22/2015)

Host Kenn Michael speaks with Ian Summers about his latest exhibition of presidential portraits, "All the Presidents, Men."  On view at the Pomfret Club, 33 S. 4th St, Easton now to Nov. 14.  More information available at SantaFineArt.com.

Jane Rothfield Performs Live on In The Tradition

Oct 23, 2015

Internationally-known fiddler and teacher, Jane Rothfield, joined host Tom Druckenmiller for an interview. They discussed Jane's career, played selections from her recently released new album "Out of Thin Air" and Jane performed live in the studio.

(Original air-date: 09/24/2015)

Dave Davies of The Kinks Interviewed on The Blend

Oct 23, 2015

Dave Davies, founding member of The Kinks, talked with WDIY's Neil Hever ahead of his solo performance on October 13, 2015 at Steel Stacks in Bethlehem. The two discuss Davies childhood, his work with the Kinks, and his recent musical endeavors.

(Original air-date: 10/13/2015)

Estate Planning Basics on Your Financial Choices

Oct 22, 2015

Laurie Siebert and her guest Attorney Judith Harris from Norris, McLaughlin & Marcus, discuss: “Estate Planning Basics” during National Estate Planning Awareness Week (October 19-25, 2015).

Laurie and Judith also take listeners' questions live on-air.

(Original air-date: 10/21/2015)


Host Charles James welcomes Philadelphia Film Festival’s Artistic Director Michael Lerman to discuss highlights from the 24th annual festival, which runs October 22nd - November 1st.

(Original air-date: 10/19/2015)

Bethlehem Author Kurt Dowdle Returns to LV Arts Salon

Oct 16, 2015

Author Kurt B. Dowdle joined hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle to talk about his new book "Trumpet of the Dead", an exciting sequel to "Axe & Spade", a thriller set in post-Civil War Bethlehem, Pa., which first introduced us to the brilliant but flawed detective Kamp.

(Original air-date: 9/28/2015)