7-26-16, 1-2 PM: SPECIAL "WHFR Journal" with Roxanne McDonald, candidate for MI 15th District Representative
With only ONE WEEK before the Primary Election (August 2), YOU need to know all you can about ALL the local candidates so you can make the best choices. To that end--and since a power failure at Henry Ford College last Friday closed our studios, too--we will interview Roxanne McDonald who is running in the Democratic Primary for 15th District Rep (now held by term-limited George Darany). This show will be archived on this website as a PODCAST, too, available for listening anytime after broadcast: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum (not WHFR Journal this time!)--select date.
Join host Mike Holloway and his special guest, Michelle Evangelista, who is a Mindful Living Coach, specializing in working exclusively with women. She combines yoga, meditation, reiki, and mindful living (which is the ability to stay grounded and live in the "now") to assist women in reducing stress in order to help improve their lives. Remember if you miss the broadcast, you can catch the podcast anytime from this website: just click on Talk Show--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
The 24th Annual Concert of Colors has begun, and WHFR is proud to present ALL the music performances from the Diversity Stage in the Max M. Fisher Music Center, 3711 Woodward in Detroit, interrupting our regularly scheduled shows. But, there are also two MORE live performance stages there, plus FOOD vendors, and since the event is FREE to attend, we hope everyone can attend in person for the entertainment from a wide variety of top music artists (many LOCAL) and styles, usually not heard in other festivals around town--but always on WHFR, of course.
7-15-16, 1-2 PM: WHFR Journal--5th District MI Senator David Knezek and 15th District MI Rep Candidate Brian Stone
Live from the Dearborn Farmers Market, our special guests will be answering our questions about (1) what's been happening in our State government, (2) what they hope to do in the future, and (3) why voting in the August 2nd Primary Election is so important (as well as in the November 8th General Election). Remember, after broadcast, this show is available as podcast from this website, for listening any time: click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--(select date).
It's "Community Day" at our local outdoor market--located in the Bryant Library parking lot in west Dearborn (behind Buddy's Pizza), and WHFR staff will be sharing space in the Henry Ford College tent. We will have some giveaways and would love to meet our Loyal Listeners, in between their shopping, of course. Besides vendors--and food trucks between 11 AM and 1:30 PM--several local non-profit organizations will have their booths here, too.
What's Life Like After A Child's Brain Tumor Diagnosis? Get The Answers On IMPACT! Tuesday, July 12 at 1pm
Tune in Tuesday July 12 when Susan & Danny Featheringill, Michigan Ride For Kids Task Force Leaders, Darrel Manuel, Task Force Leader and father who lived through his son's diagnosis, and Andrea Ring, MSU college student who lived through her own diagnosis join host Lynn at 1pm for IMPACT!. IMPACT! is the show about individuals and groups making a positive difference in the community. Find out how the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation's Michigan Ride for Kids lives up to this mission statement! Remember, if you miss the broadcast, you can catch the podcast at your convenience. That's IMPACT!
Just when we thought we’ve heard all the evidence available to support a UFO crash in the N.M. desert in 1947, along come those who, as mere children, were threatened with life and limb by those who were constitutionally obligated to make them feel safe. Dr. Thomas J. Carey, an Air Force veteran who held a TOP SECRET/CRYPTO clearance, joins host David Twichell to discuss his book The Children of Roswell, co-authored by Donald Schmitt. Remember after the broadcast this show is available as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
Here's the current weekly radio show from Tavis Smiley, who also hosts a weeknight talk show on Public TV. Thanks to Public Radio International for this episode. If you would like to listen to Tavis's radio show weekly on WHFR, send us an email: email@example.com.
Join us for dinner, stories, and live music as all of us with a connection to Jo Ann celebrate her life (1933-2016), from 4 to 9 PM today at Hastings Street Ballroom/Tangent gallery, 715 Milwaukee Avenue, Detroit, MI 48202. Free dinner buffet begins at 5 PM (cash bar). Live blues music from 7-9 PM. "She leaves us with a message of peace and love."
Three candidates are on the August 2nd Primary Election ballot for 19th District judge--with the top two for this office to compete in the November 8th General election. Today's show includes a 30-minute interview with one of these: Abbie Bazzi, local lawyer for 24 years. Remember, you can listen to this show as a podcast from this website any time after broadcast: click on Talk shows, then WHFR Journal, then select the show's date.