Bread speaks to Tom Manion, author of Brothers Forever, a compelling story about his son Travis Manion and his best friend who were killed in the line of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Brad speaks to Author Karolyn Rogers, “When Daddy Comes Home,” talking about tips on how to research your family history…Her father was killed in World War II with Patton’s Army but details were not divulged at the […]
Brad speaks to University of the Sciences graduate Ahmad Alsaradary and his parents talking about the odds he had to overcome to graduate with a degree in physical therapy.
Brad speaks to Dr. Prithvi Narayan, Chief of Neurosurgery at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, talking about concussions.
Brad speaks to Alexander Fraser, Producing Director, Bucks County Playhouse, talking about the upcoming season.
Brad speaks to Montgomery County Commissioner Josh Shapiro talking about the county’s new initiative designed to keep and attract businesses.
Brad speaks to Amanda Hilzer, Clinical Manager of Residential Services and Rick Bright, Corporate Sponsorship Chairman, talking about Livengrin Foundation, a Bucks County based non profit addiction recovery center.
Brad speaks to Guy Alma, Development Director, Camp Hill School of Curative Education and Social Therapy which supports children and adults with developmental and other disabilities.
Attorney Melissa Dragon talking about her book “Divorcing the Drama”.
Brad speaks to Laura Princiotta, CEO of SpARC Philadelphia, a non profit organization that oversees The ARC of Philadelphia and SpARC Services, a family of organizations benefitting people with disabilities.