Brad speaks to Freelance journalist Christina Hernandez Sherwood, author of the new E-book “Curing Camden: How One City Became a Model For Smarter, More Affordable Health Care.
Brad speaks to Paul Bencivengo, Marketing and Communications Director Visit Bucks County and Melissa Clemmer, Curator of Exhibits, Mercer Museum in Doylestown, talking about the museum…tourism and the Route 66 exhibit.
Brad speaks to local author Stephanie Feldman talking about her new book “The Angel of Losses”.
Brad speaks to Majors Robert and Hester Dixon, The Salvation Army of Greater Philadelphia, talking about their Christmas in July program.
Brad speaks to Rabbi Howard Cove talking about the Jewish community in the Philadelphia region in transition and his new mission Beiteinu…taking the synagogue to the people.
Brad speaks to Chuck Feldman, president of the Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center and Rhond Fink-Whitman, author “94 Maidens” talking about the new Holocaust Education Law in Pennsylvania.
Brad speaks to Kaitlyn Broadhurst and her father Jim Broadhurst talking about their bike trip from London to Paris to help support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Brad speaks to Dr. Hans Kersten, St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, talking about the Farms to Families program and the problem of food insecurity for parents and children.
Brad speaks to Cameron Meikle…founder of La’s Foundation…a non profit dedicated to his daughter Laura who died of lung cancer at 28…the organization awards scholarships and contributions in areas important to her life.
Brad speaks to Dr. Roy Robson, History Professor, University of the Sciences, talking about free online courses from the University.