Local host Margaret King Ahmed welcomes two guests from the non-profit United States Green Building Council--Detroit Chapter--to talk about how to change the way homes, businesses, and communities are designed to better benefit people, places--including our schools--and the economy : Margaret Matta, Registered Architect and Advocate for Green Schools,
The final two shows of this week's "Moog Marathon" take place on "Theme Attic," and a spectacular six hour finale on "Space Is the Place." DJ Phil Maq goes on a quirky melodic aural tour of synthesizer soundscapes on "Theme Attic," Thursday 10AM-Noon! And then DJ Tom Wilson pulls out all of the stops as he leaves no moog unturned on his super sized edition of "Space Is the Place," Friday from 6PM-Midnight! Join us for the final shows capping off a week long birthday celebration for Dr.
Breast and Cervical Cancer Program representatives Barbara Eskridge and Elree Watkins, along with Lisa Braddix from the Komen Detroit Race for the Cure, talk about getting out the word to beat cancer.
Tune in to 89.3fm tomorrow at 1pm to learn how to protect yourself -- even if you don't have health insurance -- right here on WHFR Dearborn.
Recent internet podcasts you shouldn't miss: "Sierra Club Radio" from 5-12-12, plus two TEDTalks--David Kelley, "How to Build Your Creative Confidence" and Tali Sharot, "The Optimism Bias." Available for listening anytime after broadcast on this website: click on Talk Shows--Monday Forum--(select date).
For the last few year WHFR DJ and host of the SPACE IS THE PLACE radio program on Friday nights Tom Wilson has been celebrating the life of Dr. Robert Moog on or around is birthday May 23. Dr. Moog is the creator of the Moog synthesizer and this instrument has been used several bands and musicians from the Rolling Stones, Wendy Carlos, Giorgio Moroder, Duran Duran, Kraftwerk, Stereolab, Air, Nine Inch Nails, New Order, and local group the Mystic Moog Orchestra, just to name a few. Starting on Sunday May 20, several shows will be participating in this year's Moog-A-Thon and ends with a special extended version of SPACE IS THE PLACE on Friday May 25 starting at 6pm. Below is a list of shows participating and some of the special Live musical performances featuring the Moog:
Two of our premiere local blues acts--Sweet Willie Tea & The Boa Constrictors--will perform this Saturday, May 19, from 9 PM to 1 AM, at The New Place Lounge, 22723 Michigan Ave., in west Dearborn. For all those 21 or over, a donation of $5 per person at the door will admit you for a night of great music--and help WHFR raise needed operating funds. Beverages and food at extra cost, of course. See you there! And, tell your friends!
This week's best Podcasts from the internet: Freakonomics--"In a world where nearly everything is for sale, is it always ok to buy what isn't yours?" Philosophy Bites--"Peter Singer on Death and Decision-making." TED Talks--Eduardo Paes, "The 4 Commandments of Cities." Immediately after broadcast, this show is available as a podcast from this website: Talk Shows/Monday Forum/(select date).
This week on Big Band, Broadway, and Beyond - Joe will be featuring Irving Berlin's ANNIE GET YOUR GUN.
Make sure you tune in this Friday and every Friday between 10am-1pm for a different Broadway musical on Big Band, Broadway, and Beyond!
Mothers do many things for all of us--sometimes even when it isn't necessary. There are so many songs about them that "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, will feature songs that focus on the most important woman in everyone's life! Join host DJ Phil Maq on Thursday, May 10 at 10:00 AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!
In this week's installment of Skepticality, the official podcast of Michael Schermer's The Skeptic Society, host Derek talks to Ian Harris, a science-based comedian who is part of a troupe of comedians who all center their work on topics that science loving folks will really enjoy; the tour is called "The Evolution of Comedy Tour." Ian and Derek discuss how comedy seems to be a great fit for skeptical and scientific issues.