Welcome back John Natiw and Rochelle Clark as they join hosts Alex and Dan on "The Roots Project" tomorrow morning at 10am.
Enjoy the live, local music while pledging your support to the "Station Making Waves" WHFR.FM!
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It's Radiothon 2010! This is the ONE time each year where we ask for your financial support, so we can continue to bring you the music and programming you can't hear anywhere else.
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Join host John Bommarito 10am-1pm Sunday, when he welcomes Jen Sygit and Sam Corbin to "Acoustic Alternatives" for Radiothon 2010.
Then, from 3pm-5pm, "Strictly Gospel" with host Andy Parks continues Radiothon 2010 with producer/singer Sean Harden and lifecoach Kimle Mitchell.
Stay tuned to 89.3fm all this week for the special guests, features and incentives of Radiothon 2010 on WHFR.FM. The "Station Making Waves" for 25 years, thanks to listeners like you!
Tune in noon Saturday for "No Boys A-Loud" at its new time. Host Lynn still brings you the best of female artists from all different genres -- just two hours earlier!
Seth Shostak, Senior Astronomer of SETI (Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence) and co-host of "Are We Alone?--Science Radio for Thinking Species," presented on WHFR every Tuesday, noon to 1 PM, will be interviewed by Jay Korinek on Tuesday, April 13, between noon and 1 PM, as part of a special 2010 Radiothon, "Science Hour" broadcast. Mr. Shostak has appeared frequently on a wide range of science-related radio and TV shows, from Larry King Live to the Discovery and Science Channels, and is considered an expert on a wide-range of current science topics. Listen in!
In this installment, we shift our attention to Michigan’s Upper
Peninsula where you find a lot of cold weather, plenty of lakes and
trees, frequent sightings of anomalous lights, solid crafts in the skies -- even a Bigfoot or two!
Lisa Shiel has spent many years investigating the strange goings on up there. Considered one of the leading authorities on Bigfoot, Lisa is a former Chief investigator for Michigan MUFON and the author of “Evolution Conspiracy”, “Backyard Bigfoot: the story of stick signs, UFOs and the Sasquatch”, and “Strange Michigan”.
This week, April 1st, is no joke but a real milestone for WHFR Radio! This Thursday at 5pm marks the "Motor Live Drives" 150th show with new music from Brian Moore of Simplicity. "Motor" is one of the few outlets for local music in todays media scene. Thanks go out to the "Motor" Team / Margaret as Producer, Calender Host and Compiler, Mr. White as Host and band set up, Alan Contino as Sound Engineer and Mixing Board Magician and a host of others that make this show possible. Since Dec.
"One minute you're a family, the next your parent is taken away without any idea where they are." Shaun Nethercott, Matrix Theatre Co. Executive Director, describes how the current production "Vanished" explores immigration and the struggle to achieve the American Dream.
Tune in to tomorrow's "Special-Edition Campus Connection" and learn about important HFCC activities including:
The Student Nurse Association (SNA) sponsored blood drive: 10am-4pm, Wednesday, March 24 and Thursday, March 25. Donors may register on-line at: www.redcrossblood.org sponsor code: hfcc
"Imagine The Possibilities: Non-Traditional Health Careers for Men" 8am-1:30pm, Wednesday, April 7
"Test-Taking Strategies" 2pm-3pm, Thursday, April 15
Henry Ford Community College hosts its third annual "Alternative Energy Summit" 8:30am - 4pm, Friday, March 19 in the Andrew A. Mazzara Administrative Services and Conference Center, main campus, 5101 Evergreen Road. The summit is free and open to the public.
Tune in 1pm Friday to Jay Korinek's "The New WHFR Journal" for an update on the day's activities.
For more information call 313-845-9601, or visit www.hfcc.edu.