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Marge Horvath, Dearborn Heights councilperson, will be interviewed today, along with recorded highlights from Mayor Paletko's State of the City address. Hosts: Councilperson Ned Apigian and WHFR News Director Dennis Rymarz. This monthly show (second Tuesdays) is archived on our website as a podcast for listening anytime after broadcast: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
TONIGHT Sunday Feb 9, 2014 Annual Mrs. Robinson Will Oldham Valentine Special during the ONE PLUS ONE SHOW 9-Midnight
It is that time of year again for Mrs. Robinson of the ONE PLUS ONE SHOW to dedicate her entire show to the work of Will Oldham aka Bonnie "Prince Billy. The Annual Mrs. Robinson Will Oldham Valentine Special is Sunday Feb 9, 2014 from 9pm until Midnight. Will Oldham is expected to call in midway through the show. For more info check out the Facebook event and to make song requests and more. https://www.facebook.com/events/525743420858207/
Host David Twichell's guest is William Konkolesky, the State Director of the Michigan chapter of the Mutual UFO Network or MUFON. As such, he has been privy to several cases considered to be of "high strangeness". These are incidents that leave even the most hardened UFO investigators scratching their heads. Bill has been interviewed on countless radio shows and TV documentaries, too, including the Sci-Fi Channel’s “Abduction Diaries”.
Calling All Former WHFR Staff Members! We now have a WHFR Alumni Page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whfr89.3alumni
We encourage all Former Staff Members to LIKE this page. If you are NOT on Facebook, we still want to hear from you: Send us an email at email@example.com or call our WHFR Operations Manager Lara Hrycaj (313) 317 - 6579 to tell us how you are, what you've been up to since being involved at WHFR, and the best way to contact you. We have some exciting future events and projects that we would like WHFR Alumni to be aware of and possibly involved in. Plus, we would just love to hear from you.
Jeremy Porter & The Tucos are a Detroit band playing original Rock And Roll. They love their power-pop but they’re influenced by Gram Parsons, Uncle Tupelo and Waylon Jennings as much as Cheap Trick, The Replacements and X. It makes for an interesting, hooky blend of energy, melody, distortion and twang.
Body healers Chris and Dave Wattenberg join host Mike Holloway. The Wattenbergs describe how they use the vibrations of tuning forks and stones to heal others. They also tell listeners about the classes they teach which help their students to assist people in becoming more aligned with the energy in their own bodies, and discuss other healing modalities as well, like singing bowls, energy restoration, and Kabbalah healing treatments. This show will be archived on this website as a podcast for listening anytime after broadcast: go to Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
A variety of the WHFR DJs will be celebrating the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Holiday on Monday January 20 with special messages, music, and more. In particular, listen to LYRICAL INFUSION hosted by Da Diva as she dedicates her entire show to the memory and work Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Tune in all day and check out LYRICAL INFUSION from 6-9pm.
Host David Twichell's guest will be James Carman, a cinematographer and a producer. He shoots features, commercials and documentaries. His work has been showcased at The Museum of Modern Art as well as many film festivals. He recently won an EBE award for best documentary with his film, “The Hidden Hand: Alien Contact and The Government Cover-up,” a controversial documentary that explores the possibility of an extraterrestrial presence here on Earth.
Each month, our "Tuesday Forum" presents talk shows produced by our own staff on special topics, at least for the first four Tuesdays. When a month occurs with FIVE Tuesdays, about once every three months, we usually feature our choice of an extraordinary syndicated talk show, and often it has been a show from the monthly series, "Philosophy Talk." So, at the end of this year, we celebrate the end of the first decade of this informative, challenging--and even entertaining--broadcast endeavor, from two philosophy professors at Stanford University.