THIS WEEK ON WDIY

Tuesday, 7:00-9:00 pm, Dave Fry features archived sets from Gamble Rogers ('84), Austin Lounge Lizards ('00), Gatemouth Brown ('87), Guy Davis ('16), Equation ('03), and more.
Wednesday, 6:00-7:00 pm, it's that time of year again and Laurie Siebert will take listener tax questions. Phone lines are open during the program at 610-758-8810.
Thursday, 6:00-7:00 pm, John Pearce talks with Tom Harp, Enos Martin and Todd Siegfried from The Kiwanis Club of Allentown which is celebrating its 100th anniversary.
Thursday, 11 pm, Bill Fox concludes the special focus on Jeff Pearce. The featured CD at midnight will be "Follow the River Home" on JPM + new music by Numina and Cyberchump.
Friday at 10:00 am, Karen El-Chaar speaks with Bach Choir board member/vocalist David Ruhf, and at 11:00 am, Macungie Band Assistant Conductor Douglas Bolasky.

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Lehigh Valley Beer Week 2018 on LV Arts Salon

Chris Bowen , president of Lehigh Valley Beer Week, and Chris Wilson , Brewmaster at Weyerbacher Brewing Company, previewed Lehigh Valley Beer Week 2018 beginning this Saturday, Feb. 17-24 . This year's Lehigh Valley Beer Week brings beer-centric events to bars, breweries, distributors, and restaurants across the Lehigh Valley. The annual event, which is in its sixth year in 2018, celebrates not only beer, but also Lehigh Valley beer and the close-knit community that it fosters. (Original air...

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For a company that's all about the future of communication, Facebook is looking to the past to solve at least some of its problems.

After months of intense scrutiny over the role the company played in the 2016 presidential election, the social network giant announced it wants to use postcards to verify the identity of advertising buyers to prevent future foreign meddling.

Growing up in rural Idaho, Tara Westover had no birth certificate, never saw a doctor and didn't go to school. Her parents were religious fundamentalists who stockpiled food, mistrusted the government and believed in strict gender roles for their seven children.

As a girl, Westover says, "There wasn't ever any question about what my future would look like: I would get married when I was 17 or 18, and I would be given some corner of the farm and my husband would put a house on it and we would have kids."

NPR's "Take A Number" series is exploring problems around the world — and solutions — through the lens of a single number.

One of the places many people are first prescribed opioids is a hospital emergency room. But in one of the busiest ERs in the U.S., doctors are relying less than they used to on oxycodone, Percocet, Vicodin and other opioids to ease patients' pain.

There was no red carpet, but there were drums, dancing, and general mayhem.

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WDIY's 23rd Anniversary Party

Join us on Saturday, March 3rd at the Ice House in Bethlehem for a night of music, food, drinks, and fun!