The City of Bethlehem has a hotly contested race for mayor featuring two sitting City Council members. In a city in which Democrats vastly outnumber Republicans, this primary election is likely to choose the next mayor. J. William Reynolds and Robert Donchez will join host Alan Jennings on this week’s program.
Co-hosts John Pearce and Ray Schwab welcome guest Dr. Daniel Wilson, Professor of History at Muhlenberg College. The topic: studying the history of medicine. Dr. Wilson, a polio survivor, has written three books on polio epidemics.
When you think of all the advances made since 1963, we tend to remember all the positive changes in technology, transportation, research…but what about advances for the people that help make that occur. Fifty years ago Betty Freidan published the Feminine Mystic and Congress passed the Equal Pay Act. Join host Sally Handlon on this week’s show as she explores the pay equity issue with Stephanie Hnatiw, Executive Direction of the YWCA of Bethlehem, Toni Hoffman, co-chair, Easton AAUW and Chet Mostellar, president Mostellar & Associates.
Tonight's topic is gun control. Co-hosts Gloria McVeigh and John Pearce have invited guests Brian Monaghan and John Vivian to weigh in on this important issue. They hold differing views. Listeners will be able to call in with comments and questions. (Original air date April 4, 2013.)
John Pearce and Steve Aaronson join forces to welcome Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs broadcaster Jon Schaeffer and Marketing/Promotions Manager Morris Morioka. Opening Day is just a week away, so it's a perfect time to take a look back at the 2012 season and a look ahead to what's in store for 2013. Play Ball!
What is this changing landscape for higher education? How can a women’s college adjust to these “rapids of change?” Join host Sally Handlon for this discussion with Cedar Crest College President Carmen Twillie Ambar and Women’s Leadership Institute Coordinator Arlene Peltola on this week’s program.