All Systems Go have a family emergency. We at WHFR wish them nothing but the best and are looking forward to rescheduling their performance in the near future.
Today's show is a recording of the entire Candidate Forum--less opening and conclusion by the moderator--from Sept. 30, 2014. With 10 of the 11 candidates present (no incumbents are running) for three positions on the Board of Education (and HFC Board of Trustees), this is the best chance for Dearborn voters to learn their positions on the issues. Thanks to the Dearborn-Dearborn Heights League of Women Voters and the Dearborn Public Schools! The podcast of the show will be on this website: click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--(select date).
Assisting families with children who have lost one or both parents, the Yatooma Foundation for the Kids assembles a team of volunteers, through partnerships with business professionals and social service organizations, to meet each family's unique needs throughout each phase of their grieving and recovery process. Remember this show is archived as a podcast from this website, anytime after broadcast: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
In the first half hour, an interview with Tony Guerrero, candidate for 19th District Court judge. Miss the show? Remember the podcast on this website: click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--(select date).
Get ready to dance and party as WHFR.FM celebrates a "Decade of Dance." In October of 2004, WHFR.FM started a show on Thursday evenings from nine to midnight called "The Journey into Trance." Ten years later, and now called "The Mix", WHFR radio host "BAM" continues to bring you the best in local Techno, Trance, House and Dance every Thursday evening spun live by local DJ's. Join us on October 25th, 2014 at Oakwood Bar and Grill in Dearborn to celebrate a "Decade of Dance" with mixes from many of your favorite artists from the show playing live including:
* Mr. Jeffrey Woodward
* DJ Stop-e & 2Tall
* Detroit Deep Sessions ( Dj Disc...Detroit, Brian Borsa, Tim CroniCk )
* Detroid vs. Radiohack
* NF-3 (aka DJ Deejay Roach, Carlos G, and Tunnel7)
This is a WHFR benefit with a $5 minimum donation at the door. 21+ please
Continuing our effort to inform you about the choices you need to make in the Nov. 4th election, we first interview Dearborn Schools Superintendent Brian Whiston about the "Hold Harmless" millage renewal proposal, and then speak with Debbie Dingell, Democratic candidate to represent the 12th District to the U.S. Congress. No sound bites allowed, and no attacks on other candidates! Can't catch the show? Remember it with be archived immediately after broadcast as a podcast on this website; for listening anytime, click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--(select date).
What the heck is a trunker? Find out as your host Lynn discusses trunkers along with all sorts of kid-friendly Halloween activities. Remember all WFHR talk shows are archived on this website as a podcast, available for listening anytime after broadcast. For this one: click on Talk shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
The Annual WHFR Record Show is Saturday Oct 18 from 10am-4pm at the Henry Ford College Student Center Building. This will be a great show with a wide variety of vendors setting up and selling vinyl, cds, tapes, movies, memorabilia, and more. ALSO, we still have tables available for any vendors who want to set up, If you are interested in getting a table please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 313-317-6579 ASAP to reserve you table today! For more info about the record show see: http://www.whfr.fm/recordshow
Dave Twichell's guest today is Mr. Reinerio Hernandez, a J.D. (Juris Doctor) and Ph.D. candidate, founder of the Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters (FREE), which has teamed up with some of the biggest names in Ufology and aspires to scientifically study the ET/contactee phenomenon as well as offer support to those involved in it. His new website is: www.experiencer.co. Miss this show? Liisten to it anytime after broadcast as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
Whoopee! So, how do YOU celebrate? Keep listening to WHFR-FM, of course--local college radio [from Henry Ford College] at its best. Hear music and local news & talk that other stations don't offer--and no commercials. Therefore, though EVERY day with WHFR is special, here are two shows to note today: 1-2 PM, "WHFR Journal" interviews Paul Homeniuk, Green Party candidate for Governor, and 2-6 PM, during "Highway 61 Blues," a special live in-studio performance by R.J. Spanger's "Kansas City Six." Tune-in, tell others--we're "making waves"!