Last Wednesday, Gov. Rick Snyder "crashed" a press conference sponsored by health organizations in support of expanding Medicaid eligibility to an estimated 450,000 low income individuals. He supports it--and here are the reasons! (Thanks to MIRS.com)
Many people will celebrate Mardi Gras this weekend and "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, gets to kick start it musically for another year! Prepare for a large gumbo flavored helping of New Orleans themed music, a look in at Hamtramck, and a small peek at Carnival. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Thursday, February 7th, at 10:00AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!
In 2001, “The Disclosure Project” held a press conference at the prestigious National Press Club in Washington DC. 20 of the more than 400 of its members testified to their personal involvement with the UFO phenomenon. These are high ranking military, government and corporate officials with inside knowledge of UFOs and their cover-up. Today, we will play selected testimonies from that conference. Join us and be witness to the news conference that marked the beginning of official UFO disclosure.
Canada's best environmental news and information radio show is "The Green Majority," produced and broadcast weekly by CIUT 89.5 FM in Toronto. Hosted by Daryn Caister, this show, from 1-4-13, reviews the highlights and lowlights of 2012. Remember, you can listen to this episode from this website anytime after broadcast: click on Talk Shows--Monday Forum--(select date).
Award Winning Canadian Band, "Sultans of String," Live on Bonus "Theme Attic" World Music Show, Monday, February 4th, 10AM-1PM!
"Sultans of String," a Canadian band famous for its unique blend of Middle Eastern, Spanish, and other musical influences, will be featured live in the WHFR studios tomorrow! "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, will feature the band as they play music from their three albums. Of course, since it is "Theme Attic," you better pack your musical passport since the themes will focus on different countries before and after they play. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Monday, February 4th, at 10:00AM for the fun!
World Renowned Concert Pianist, Rich Ridenour, Visits "Theme Attic," Thursday, January 31st, 10AM-Noon!
Before his performance this Friday, February 1st, with the Dearborn Symphony, Rich Ridenour has made plans to guest on "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects. This week's themes will range anywhere from Groundhog Day, to movies, to Mozart. Nothing is planned, but these things are certain:There will be snappy conversation and a lot of great Rich Ridenour music! Join host DJ Phil Maq and his very special guest on Thursday, January 31st, at 10:00AM for the fun!
For the 5th Tuesday: "The Linguistics of Name-Calling," plus Janine di Giovanni presents "What I Saw in the War," some of our choices for the best podcasts on the internet this week. Anytime after this broadcast, you can listen to this hour as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
Host Jay Korinek compares notes with Automobile Magazine writer Jake Holmes on the "North American International" Auto Show hits and misses.
"Lougrass" Music Invades "Theme Attic," with Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys Live in the Studio, Thursday, January 24th, 10AM-Noon!
Relatively local recording artists Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys bring their special brand of bluegrass music to WHFR! "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, will feature the band as they play music from their two albums. Of course, since it is "Theme Attic," there will be some more cold weather songs before the band kicks in. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Thursday, January 24th, at 10:00AM for the fun!
During a one-hour special, "The Promised Land: Different Takes on the Legacy of Martin Luther King," activist, environmentalist, humanitarian Majora Carter gauges the reach of King's influence. How far have we come? What has been the impact on our kids? On our communities? You'll meet a minister who suggests that King's legacy holds no meaning for today's children, and a composer whose newly commissioned work "The Homecoming: In Memoriam Martin Luther King" had its premier in September 2008.