Coming up Friday 6:10am and 6:40am: Our incomparable ‘big dig,’ into state and local news, a little humor and some longer features. 7:10am: Dr. Walter Brasch, emeritus professor of journalism Bloomsburg University, author, commentator and veteran’s advocate, on the new law that would help the ethically challenged NorCo probation department, ‘son of endangered species bill,’ in Harrisburg, and gas companies bribing colleges (like Penn State, Penn College, etc.). 7:40am: Movie Mike McGranaghan, on his latest review; Transcendence, the making of a Barbie movie, and a statue to Roger Ebert…
7:10am and 7:40am: Sara Kelley, past president, and current board member, Lewisburg Arts Council, on the Lewisburg Arts Festival, Lewisburg Live! and much, much, more. More info here: http://www.lewisburgartscouncil.com/
6:40am: Father Basil Biberdorf , Beavertown, of the Orthodox Christian chapel of the Holy Spirit, on their Free Family Fun Night at the MACC this weekend.
7:10am and 7:40am: Megan E. Epler, Community Liaison, Autism & Developmental Medicine Institute (ADMI), Geisinger-Bucknell Autism & Developmental Medicine Center, and Brenda Finucane, Associate Director, and genetic counselor, ADMI, on their latest research, and the world class photographer in town for a special exhibit, which advocates for changing perceptions of people with genetic disorders.
7:10am and 7:40am: Cyndi Clayton, Nutrition Education Adviser, Penn State Extension, on their upcoming Eat Right when Money’s Tight program and the need for more food and hunger education in The Valley.
6:10am: Robert Dunkerly, Lewisburg native and co-author No Turning Back: A Guide to the 1864 Overland Campaign, from the Wilderness to Cold Harbor, May 4 – June 13, 1864, on this book and the exhaustive, detailed research that went into the story about Civil War battles in Virginia and the Overland Campaign.
7:10am and 7:40am: George Venios, Milton Main Street Manager, author, on the upcoming Milton Cultural Festival, Project 2017, and other initiatives and projects in Milton (including the In God We Trust museum).