May 18 - 24, 2020
Program Highlights

This week during All Things Considered, listen at 5:44 p.m. for WDIY local news with James Johnson. This week's stories include a report on hospitality in the Lehigh Valley and the economic toll on hotels and restaurants with guests Bruce Haines of Hotel Bethlehem and George Paxos of the Paxos restaurant group (Blue, Melt, Torre); plus an update from Dr. Jeffrey Jahre of St. Luke's University Health Network.

Wednesday at 6 p.m., host Laurie Siebert is on air remotely discussing: "Document Retention – How and what you should keep?" Submit your questions for Laurie at via the form.

Thursday at 11 p.m. on Galactic Travels™, host Bill Fox will continue the month-long focus on  Syndromeda and Perceptual Defence . Syndromeda, a.k.a. Danny Budts (Belgium), and Perceptual Defence, a.k.a. Gabriele Quirici (Italy) collaborate to explore of the spacey side of electronic music.

The Featured CD at Midnight will be "The End of the Universe" on SynGate Records. You will also hear new music by Forrest Smithson and Michael Brückner.

The  latest show's playlist (May 14 - show #1206)  is available for your inspection.
Online Features from WDIY Partners
Always fresh, sometimes provocative, never ordinary – Touchstone Theatre’s apprentice showcase returns for 2020! In light of recents events concerning public health and safety, these events have been developed to take place remotely, and will feature both downloadable and streaming content from Touchstone Theatre apprentices Sean Patrick Cassidy and Adam Ercolani.
Alliance for Sustainable Communities - Lehigh Valley
The Alliance is dedicated to working for community sustainability. This involves holistic approaches to the environment, social justice, health, participatory democracy, and local economies. The organization is committed to active, collaborative approaches to achieving long-term positive outcomes.
The Allentown Art Museum continues their efforts to keep you connected to the arts by bringing the Allentown Art Museum into your home, featuring at-home art activities for the whole family, educational videos, online tours and more

Miller Symphony Hall@Home offers an opportunity to experience the music whenever and wherever you are, featuring presentations of past performances and intimate live recordings.
ArtsQuest provides free and low-cost arts, cultural and educational programming even during the COVID-19 panic, which has caused everyone to change their daily life and work routines. ArtsQuest is still working to bring the arts to you (while maintaining appropriate levels of social distancing)!
In light of the cancelled concert events, the Bach Choir of Bethlehem has provided their audience with a wealth of musical resources and updates. Their website also has information on A Moment of Comfort interludes for your listening enjoyment.

Berks Arts Council is presenting the Boscov’s Berks Jazz Fest Encore Online concert series.The Berks Jazz Fest is well known for the amazing connection between fans, artists, staffers and volunteers. This new online option sustains that connectivity virtually, underscoring the reality that we all are in this crisis together. The dates and times for the online concerts will be posted on the  Berks Jazz Fest Facebook page . After the scheduled Facebook posting, all concerts will be available on the Berks Jazz Fest Vimeo page so fans can view shows they missed. Check back weekly for updates.
With individuals and families across the nation practicing social distancing and self-quarantine, NMIH is taking its mission of educating the public about America’s industrial past and inspiring the visionaries of tomorrow online.
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