There's A New Service on Campus for HFC Students Needing Food -- Learn About it on IMPACT! Tuesday April 12 at 1pm
Hey, all you rock/country/blues fans: Jennifer Westwood will be performing in the WHFR studio today. In the upcoming Detroit Music Awards, she is nominated in the Outstanding Country Artist/Group (Jennifer Westwood & the Handsome Devils) and Outstanding Country Vocalist categories. Join host Kitty Luv for the best in blues and local artists!
Please join us on campus Saturday for this celebration of spirit and life! Enjoy a variety of vendors, including readers and bodyworkers, plus live music, great inexpensive food, informative speakers, and our labyrinth room, all inside our Student Center--a.k.a. building M. Admission is only $5 per person--all going to support the mission of WHFR.FM. And, free parking!
Host Mike Holloway welcomes to the program the staff of Michigan's largest premier holistic Magazine: Body Mind Spirit Guide, discussing the history of the magazine, its operation, and how it benefits the metaphysical and holistic communities. NOTE: This show can be listened to anytime from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
TODAY ONLY--"Motor Live Drive" and "Oldtime Radio Mysteries" will not be presented, due to Spring Break staffing issues. Instead: three prerecorded talk shows--"The Tavis Smiley Show" (new last Friday), this morning's "Democracy Now," and from Peace Talks Radio, "The Effort to Cure Violence."
Find Out How Helping Hands Food Pantry Works To Alleviate Hunger On The Next Edition of IMPACT! Tuesday, March 8 at 1pm
Helping Hands Food Pantry has been working to aid the hungry since the 1960s. Learn how the program has evolved and where it is going when Lynn speaks with Carolyn Van Den Bosch and Raymond Scoboria on the next edition of IMPACT!, Tuesday, March 8 at 1pm. According to Helping Hands, out of Cherry Hill Presbyterian Church, "Last year, we assisted 358 households; that was 830 adults and 444 children with 11,962 food items!
Last Wednesday, due to "inclement weather," the usual live speech by Dearborn's Mayor John B. O'Reilly, Jr., did not happen. But it was videotaped later and is now running on local cable TV access channels. However, for those who have "cut the cord" (or perhaps have never subscribed to cable TV), WHFR, for this hour of the Journal, is presenting the audio portion for the consideration of all citizens. After the broadcast, you can listen any time to the podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--(select date).
Host David Twichell interviews Scott and Suzanne Ramsey, the authors, along with Dr. Frank Thayer, of The Aztec UFO Incident. Scott has been investigating the Aztec story since 1987 and met Suzanne when he was a guest on her radio show discussing his findings. They were ultimately married and spent years traveling at their own expense to interview witnesses and unearthing more than 55,000 documents pertaining to the incident. Remember, any time after the broadcast, this show is available as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
The Hi-Views, one of Metro Detroit's hard-working rockabilly bands, just completed it's debut LP "Not Slowin' Down". WHFR is proud to showcase this traditional three-piece ensemble live in studio featuring songs from the album. The Hi-Views are Jeff Bitzinger: guitar, vocals, Paul Royal: doghouse bass, vocals, and Alan Curtis: drums. They're performing live Thursday February 25 at 5pm on the Motor Live Drive @ 5 radio show.
WHFR interrupts our regularly-scheduled programs to bring our listeners the 18th Annual Homelessness Marathon, this year originating LIVE from the streets of our nation's capitol, Washington, DC. Commentary and interviews from researchers, social workers, and the homeless themselves are featured with unique information each hour. Note: This is not a fundraising event but, hopefully, certainly, an awareness-raising experience that will lead to solving the problem of homelessness.