Leah Tyler

Leah Tyler

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February 23, 2022 4 min
Comedian Jim Jefferies will be at the Santander Performing Arts Center tomorrow night! (February 24th) Leah chats with Jim about The Moist Tour name and other themes of the show in this quick chat. He promises more laughs per minute than ever before at one of his shows. Tickets are still available at ticketmaster.com.
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On CEOs You Should Know, we introduce you to some of the most influential business leaders in our community. John Loyack has been President of Alvernia University for three years and had an intersting path leading him to the job he loves! Also, learn about the interesting history of Alvernia on this episode!
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