Do you know the difference between a labyrinth and a maze? Learn the difference when Lynn speaks with Rev. Maryjane Peck, a certified labyrinth facilitator. Good for the body and soul, walking the labyrinth, a form of meditation, has been shown to help relax walkers, improve concentration and problem solving. See what it means to you when you tune in to IMPACT! Remember you can listen to this show as a podcast from this website anytime after broadcast: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
WHFR is happy to part of the annual Dearborn Homecoming Festival again this year! WHFR's tent is located across from the Carnival area near the bridge. Our tent will full of our purged CDs and vinyl records for a $1.00 donation each and WHFR merchandise to purchase. WHFR staff will be breaking into our normal broadcast to give reports from the festival enticing you come down to our tent and/or to Homecoming. Dearborn Homecoming is located in West Dearborn at Ford Field Park just north of Michigan Ave between Brady St and Monroe. The WHFR tent is open all three days from 11am until 8pm. Stop by and we'll give you a free WHFR pen and newsletter. For more information listen to WHFR or check out the Homecoming website http://www.cityofdearborn.org/homecoming
Local host David Twichell interviews Jennifer Stein, a filmmaker and entrepreneur whose UFO documentaries have won 4 EBE Awards at the EBE Film Festival held every year at the International UFO Congress in Arizona. Her latest documentary is entitled “Travis: The True Story of Travis Walton.” His alien abduction incident on November 5th 1975 was one of the best investigated and documented cases in history, inspiring the movie “Fire in the Sky.” Remember after broadcast this show is available as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
Local host Betty Daniels showcases three local events of non-profit groups: ArtSpace Dearborn will soon be taking applications for new residents in historical east downtown Dearborn; Life Remodeled will be revitalizing Detroit's Osborn High School and its neighborhood August 3-9; and the Dearborn Police Department will host the 2015 National Night Out for Crime” on Aug. 4th. Remember you can listen to this show any time after broadcast as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows—Tuesday Forum--(select date).
Host Tom Wilson presents a Very Special tribute to the late pioneer of electronic music German-Swiss musician Dieter Moebius who just passed away July 20th, 2015. Along with his bandmates Hans-Joachim Rodelius and Michael Rother in the genre-defining groups Cluster and Harmonia, Moebius trailblazed a path in creating Krautrock, Kosmiche Musik and Ambient Electronic Music. Tonight--a fitting celebration of the life and music of Dieter Moebius.
Join host Mike Holloway and his special guest, Adrianna--she is an Intuitive Medium, Author, Reiki Practitioner and Life Coach. Hear how Adrianna got her start as a psychic and how she communicates with different life forms, whether it be human, animal or plant. She also speaks about the Sacred Triad which has influenced her for many years. Remember you can listen to this show any time after broadcast as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows—Tuesday Forum--(select date).
Sometimes things just work out the way they should. Joe Kidd and Sheila Burke had a last-minute emergency last week and missed No Boys A-Loud. But they're on air with Lynn this Saturday and have even more to talk about following Concert of Colors, a new CD, and a special-recognition plaque presented by Rep. George Darany at Concert of Colors. Christine Albert from Swan Songs joins in at 1:15p to talk about her amazing organization which comforts the dying and their families.
Please get ready to cheer, clap, stomp, and just have a good time. That's what Wych Elm exist to bring out of you. If you see fit to share in the rollickin' fun, the bearded laughing man will be waiting. Stream live at 5p.m., or download the podcast any time you wish starting at 6:02p.m. Why? Because after 30 years, we're just getting started!
Michigan Ride for Kids' Task Force Managers Danny & Susan Featheringill join host Lynn to discuss this year's August 2nd event. Want to break out that motorcycle? Help a kid with a brain tumor have a great day? Volunteer behind the scenes? Learn how to do all of the above when you listen to IMPACT! Remember, if you miss the show, tune in to the podcast right here on WHFR.FM; click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
WHFR at 2015 Concert of Colors at the Max M. Fisher Music Center Saturday (July 11) and Sunday (July 12) - BROADCASTING all the Diversity Stage Acts!
WHFR is proud to be part of the annual Concert of Colors music festival again this year. As always, we will be broadcasting all the acts from the Diversity Stage including: Spirits Rising (Contemporary native folk); Corktown Popes (rock); The Infatuations (R&B/rock); DJ Alsultany (Techno); Playdate (rock for kids); Lola Morales Sean Blackman Quintet (Latin fusion); Gnawa Diffusion (Gnawa/reggae/groove); and La Chiva Gantiva (Latin fusion).
WHFR will be in the lobby of The Max giving away program schedules, pens, stickers along with selling some WHFR merchandise. WHFR will be at the Concert of Colors Festival on Saturday and Sunday starting at 1pm both days. The Max M. Fisher Music Complex is located at 3711 Woodward Ave. in Midtown Detroit. For more information check out the Concert of Colors website: http://www.concertofcolors.com/