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We all have our Top 10 list of songs, but what do they say about us? Life Grooves is the radio show that explores Philadelphians’ lives through their favorite music. Each episode host Suzanne Biemiller interviews someone who lives or works in Northwest Philadelphia. By listening to the person's favorite songs, we will discover how the music reflects who they are and how they live their lives. Tune in for great musical surprises and engaging conversations with members of the NW Philadelphia community.. Learn more about the host here.

Life Grooves airs every 2nd and 4th Friday.



Winter 2019 Print E-mail
Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Shed the winter doldrums by listening to Life Grooves every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month at 4 pm. We have a great line-up planned for the next three months:

 January 11--Nate Lentz, managing partner, Osage Venture Partners

January 25--Eliza Lee, child psychologist

February 8--Miriam Wiliams, director, Chronicling Resistence

February 22--Karen Heller, features writer, The Washington Post

March 8--Phillip Dawson, executive director, Chestnut Hill Business Association

March 22--British Invasion with Anna Wallace Adams, budget director, City of Philadelphia, and Luke Butler, senior director, LIFT Labs, Comcast  

And remember, past Life Grooves shows can be heard by visiting: https://www.mixcloud.com/lifegrooves  

 
About the Host Print E-mail
Wednesday, 14 March 2018
Suzanne Biemiller has lived in NW Philadelphia for nearly 20 years. In 2017, she founded Highland Strategies, which develops strategies and designs new programs for nonprofits and foundations.  She has worked for the City of Philadelphia as Mayor Nutter's policy director and first deputy chief of staff and wrote Greenworks Philadelphia, the city's first-ever sustainability strategy.