Susan Stamberg and Murray Horwitz bring their immensely popular NPR holiday broadcast to life with readings of specially commissioned stories. Nationally renowned and beloved, Susan Stamberg is an NPR "founding mother," having been on the staff since the network was founded in 1971. She currently serves as a Special Correspondent. For many years, Murray Horwitz was NPR's Vice President of Cultural Programming. Prior to that, he was NPR's Director of Jazz, Classical Music and Entertainment Programming.
More details about the stories will be provided closer to the day of the event.
Presented in conjunction with Hill Havurah