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    • Economic Pulse: Week of 7/6/18

      A weekly look at the trends driving our nation's economy as well as the Lehigh Valley's economy. Economic Pulse with Dr. Kamran Afshar airs Fridays at 5:44 pm and Mondays at 7:41 am. (Original air-date: 7/6/2018)

    • Nostalgia (And Norovirus) Make For A Novel 'Last Cruise'

      It's a rusty old bucket of a plot contrivance: throw a bunch of strangers together on a boat and roil the waters with a big storm or a white whale. But, in her latest novel, The Last Cruise, Kate Christensen demonstrates there's life yet to be found in what may appear to be the creakiest of fictional premises. This is an entertaining and elegantly written story about social class, self-delusion and the fragility of second chances. Its title makes it sound like a thriller or the series finale of The Love Boat , but The Last Cruise is no mere lightweight literary vessel. The Queen Isabella is a 1950s vintage ocean liner that's making one final voyage — a two-week jaunt from Los Angeles to Hawaii — before lowering anchor at the scrapyard. The company that owns the ship, Cabaret Cruise Lines, has decided to cash in big by offering a luxury cruise that evokes the spirit of 1957, when the ship was launched. No Internet and no kids are allowed on board; instead, there are lounge singers

    • Migrating Arctic Geese Are Confused, Exhausted By Rising Temperatures

      Each spring, barnacle geese migrate more than 1,800 miles from the Netherlands and northern Germany to their breeding grounds in parts of Russia above the Arctic Circle. The journey north usually takes about a month, and the geese make multiple stops along the way to eat and fatten up before they lay their eggs, says Bart Nolet of the Netherlands Institute of Ecology and the University of Amsterdam. But that pattern of migration is changing, as rapidly rising temperatures have led to earlier springs in the Arctic. So Nolet's team tracked dozens of barnacle geese to figure out how they are being impacted by the earlier snowmelts. Their results were published in a new study in Current Biology . One big thing hasn't changed: what time of year the geese start heading north. And that's a problem. "They actually depart from the wintering areas around the same date regardless of whether it's early or late spring in the Arctic," Nolet says. That's probably because the geese "cannot predict

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      Dani Klein Modisett and host Eleanor Bobrow discuss how through humor and comedy, a loving and long-term marital relationship can be created. Modisett is a comedian and actress turned author of AfterBirth: Stories You Won't Read in a Parenting Magazine and Take My Spouse, Please: How to Keep Your Marriage Happy, Healthy, and Thriving by Following the Rules of Comedy. The latter book describes how to utilize humor, comedy, and laughter to create a loving long-term marital relationship. (Original air-date: 07/09/2018)

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