Fall Jazz Concert to Benefit WHFR at Andiamo Dearborn Saturday Nov 12 from 7-10pm

Come join WHFR at Andiamo Dearborn for our fall benefit concert featuring the wonderful Jazz musicians: Willona, Sportcoat & Attitude, Lord Yancyy, and Intensity. These artists will be donating their time to help support WHFR. The event is open to all ages and there is a $5 donation taken at the door of the banquet room of Andiamo Dearborn. Also available for your enjoyment is a Pasta and Salad Buffet plus drinks to purchase for an additional charge. Andiamo Dearborn is located at 21400 Michigan Ave near Evergreen Rd. So help support your favorite non-commercial independent radio station WHFR.FM by attending our Fall benefit concert from 7-10pm on Saturday November 12, 2011 at Andiamo Dearborn. For more information please call WHFR at 313-845-9676 or Andiamo Dearborn at 313-359-3300.

"Theme Attic" "shoots for the moon" this week, Thursday, 10-Noon, November 10th!

Everyone's favorite nocturnal celestial orb will be full this Thursday night. So it seems like the perfect reason for "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, to feature songs about the moon! Join host DJ Phil Maq on Thursday, November 10th at 10:00 AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!

The New WHFR Journal, 11-4-11, 1-2 PM: Scott Craig

Candidate for Dearborn Heights city council in the Nov. 8 election, Scott Craig, will be interviewed.

"Musical Geology" will be explored on "Theme Attic", Thursday, 10-Noon, November 3rd!

"Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, will feature songs that loosely describe the natural processes that continue to shape our planet. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Thursday, November 3rd at 10:00 AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!

Monday FORUM, 10-31-11, 6-7 PM: Zombies, Self-deception, and More Happiness!

First, from Skepticality Radio, "Centers for Zombie Control," then two presentations from TEDTalks--ongoing conferences where the smartest, most ingenious people on the planet suggest how to solve our BIG problems: Michael Shermer on "Self-Deception" and Graham Hill on "Less stuff, more happiness."

WHFR Annual Halloween Trick or Treat Grab Bag: All Day Halloween Monday Oct 31!

WHFR likes to let the kid in everyone celebrate Halloween with our Annual Halloween Trick or Treat Grab Bag. All you have to do on Halloween - Monday Oct, 31 is call in and say "Trick or Treat" OR you can email WHFR but you must say "Trick or Treat" in the email. Call in 313-845-9676 or email whfr@hfcc.edu and say Trick or Treat and you will receive your very own grab bag full of goodies courtesy of WHFR.

The Horse Cave Trio On Motor Live Drive

Check out the Motor Live Drive @ 5 today for some hillbilly rock n roll from the Horse Cave Trio

Halloween, Pt. BOO! on "Theme Attic", Thursday, 10-Noon, October, 27th!

This week, spooky, scary, and silly songs--as well as spoken stories, will haunt "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects! Join host DJ Phil Maq on Thursday, October 27th at 10:00 AM for his clever and unusual takes on music--if you dare!

Singer/Songwriter Kenny Lang on IMPACT! -- Tuesday, October 25, 1pm-2pm

"To provide homeless and displaced individuals the opportunity for successful transition to independence!"

That's the mission statement for MCREST, the Macomb County Rotating Emergency Shelter Team. Find out about this organization and the First Friday Open Mic Nights which help support the program when host Lynn speaks with Kenny Lang, First Friday host. He'll not only talk about MCREST and the open-mic nights, he's bringing his guitar and sharing some special music he wrote for his appearence on IMPACT!

Don't miss out! Tune in Tuesday at 1pm.

Monday FORUM, 10-17-11, 6-7 PM: EarthSky22, EarthSky8, and Sierra Club Radio

ES22: Coral reefs and new tunes! ES8: George Whitesides, "The world we live in is chemistry." Sierra Club Radio: The book "Nukespeak" discussed, how to green your office, and the "red tide" in Florida.

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