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2013 Lecture Series
12:30 am
Fri January 11, 2013

The Mercantile Library

Mercantile Library

Albert Pyle, the longtime director of downtown’s Mercantile Library, joins Mark Perzel to discuss their 2013 Lecture Series, including the annual Niehoff Lecture and the Harriet Beecher Stowe Lecture. The library, located at 4th and Walnut, prides itself on being the literary center of the city and houses an impressive collection of books and artwork.

The Front Row with Betsy Ross
12:30 am
Fri January 11, 2013

2013 Flying Pig Kids' Incremental Marathon

2012 Flying Pig Kids' Marathon

The 2013 Flying Pig Marathon is now just a few months away, but this is the time to start getting ready, especially the kids who want to be part of the incremental Kids' Marathon. This program encourages children to learn a healthy lifestyle including eating right and exercising. Robin Penderey, the Kids’ Marathon program organizer for the Flying Pig, has details about how schools and other youth groups can get involved with this program when she’s in The Front Row with Betsy Ross.

On the Money with Chris DeSimio
12:30 am
Fri January 11, 2013

James Miller from Bartlett and Company

James Miller of Bartlett & Company

Jim Miller, chairman and investment advisor for Bartlett & Co., is On the Money with Chris DeSimio to talk about 2013 investment strategies and some of the recent changes at Bartlett.

January 12, 2013
12:30 am
Fri January 11, 2013

The Week in Review

The Week in Review with Jay Hanselman.

Looking Up with Dean Regas
12:31 am
Fri January 4, 2013

Alan Alda asks "What is Time?"

Award-winning actor and director Alan Alda has a passion for science, and more specifically, how to help scientists better communicate with students and the public of all ages. He founded the Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University for this reason, and created a yearly contest where scientists are asked to explain a concept so that an 11 year old can understand it. The Flame Challenge is judged by thousands of 11 year olds, and this year’s topic is What is Time? Alan Alda spent a few minutes on the phone with Dean Regas talking about how his love of science began, and his goals for this contest, in this month’s Looking Up.