12-31-13, 1-2 PM: Tuesday Forum--"Philosophy Talk's 10th Anniversary Show"

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.

Best of "The Rest" of 2013 on "Theme Attic", Wednesday, December 4, from 10AM-Noon!

WHFR receives a significant amount of music during the course of a year, and it's impossible to play everything. So, "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, will play two hours of songs that couldn't be worked into any of this year's themes--because of time constraints. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Wednesday, December 4, at 10:00AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!

Tuesday Forum, 12-03-13, 1-3 PM: We Are Not Alone

Marilyn Ruben joins host David Twichell this month to discuss the lifelong scientific contributions of W.C. Levengood who recently passed away. Levengood was a world renowned biophysicist who not only contributed greatly to mainstream science but covertly to the study of the UFO and abduction phenomenon. Marilyn also discusses her lifelong experiences as an alien contactee. Hers is the largest website dealing with the alien abduction phenomenon. http://www.abduct.com/features/f116.php

Special Thanksgiving/Hanukkah "Theme Attic" Show, Thursday, November 28, from 10AM-Noon!

It only happens once every 79,000 years! Or at least, there's a long, long time until Thanksgiving and Hanukkah occur on the same day. No matter which one you celebrate, tune in to "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects. There will be plenty to listen to before all of the relatives show up--unless they're already there. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Thursday, November 28, at 10:00AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!

6th Semi-Annual "Theme Attic" Hall of Fame Show, Wednesday, November 27, from 10AM-Noon!

It only happens twice a year! "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, this week plays only songs by artists in the "Theme Attic Hall of Fame." Just the members themselves can provide a wide variety of music, but, more than likely, a couple of other themes will materialize. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Wednesday, November 27, at 10:00AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!

Life Coach Peggy Sue Dyer is the guest on "Metaphysically Speaking" for Tuesday 11/19 @ 1 PM

Tune in for the next edition of "Metaphysically Speaking" as host Mike Holloway welcomes Transformational Life Coach Peggy Sue Dyer. Peggy is also a teacher and practitioner of myomassology (massage therapy). In the first half of the show, Peggy and Mike talk about the benefits of massage and how she goes about giving one. In the second half they discuss how to begin to turn your life around to help achieve the dreams and goals YOU desire. Be sure to listen to "Metaphysically Speaking" this Tuesday November 19th at 1 p.m.

Tuesday Forum, 11-05-13, 1-2 PM: We Are Not Alone

Grant Cameron joins host David Twichell on this installment of We Are Not Alone. Grant had his own personal UFO sighting in 1975 in Carman, Manitoba along with hundreds of other people. He began his own investigations and interviewed hundreds of witnesses pursuant to that UFO flap. In the past few years Cameron has turned his research interests to the involvement of US Presidents concerning the UFO problem. He is the webmaster for www.presidentialufo.com. Mr. Cameron is working on a paper detailing the "64 Reasons the Government is covering up the ET Presence." He has been interviewed on numerous media shows and has lectured all over the world. Podcast available anytime from this website after broadcast: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date)

HALLOWEEN at WHFR: Trick or Treat Grab Bags, Jeecy and the Jungle on MOTOR, and DJ Named Slickback and gh0st on THE MIX

WHFR knows that kids of all ages love to celebrate HALLOWEEN (Thursday Oct, 31) and we have lots of great TREATS for all day. First, we have our annual WHFR TRICK OR TREAT GRAB BAG - call during one of our live shows 313-845-9676 option 1 and say "Trick or Treat" and we will send you one of our grab bags. OR you can email us - whfr@hfcc.edu - and include "Trick or Treat" in the subject line. Then, no trick, we have the final shows hosted by Margaret and Roger before they take an extended break from WHFR (and the metro-Detroit area...we will miss you!). Make sure you check out Margaret and Roger's shows: GO ROG, BLUESTIME, GLOBAL VILLAGE, and MOTOR. On MOTOR, check out the live performance by Jeecy and the Jungle at 5pm. Later on THE MIX with BAM, DJ Named Slickback and gh0st will be spinning live. So spend HALLOWEEN with WHFR all day and evening!

THANK YOU to all the Vendors and Customers at the 6th Annual WHFR Record Show!

WHFR would like to thank all of the vendors and all of the customers who came out to the 6th Annual WHFR Record Show. It was a fun time looking through all the different record and cd bins and finding musical treasures. Thanks to WBFH for donating their vinyl collection to WHFR - the collection benefited WHFR greatly and vendors and customers alike had a great time looking through the Biff's collection. The 7th Annual WHFR Record Show will be announce later in 2014 (we still need to recover from this one)!

WHFR RECORD SHOW in ONE WEEK: Saturday Oct 26

We are very excited that the 6th Annual WHFR Record Show is only a week way. We have a wide variety of returning and new vendors for this year's show. We have vendors selling Alternative, Grunge, Indie, Punk, Jazz, Soul, Rock, Metal, Blues, and more. We have vendors selling new and used LP, 45s, CDs, DVDs, VHS, cassettes, and more. We even have vendors selling T'shirts, posters, memorabilia, and other collectables. Make sure you come by the WHFR Record Show on Saturday Oct 26 from 10am - 4pm at the Student Center Building on the main campus of Henry Ford Community College. For more info check out: http://whfr.fm/recordshow or check out our Facebook WHFR Record Show event: www.facebook.com/events/168268823367705/

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