What's happening on the Henry Ford Community College campus? Lots!
Find out what the 10-question / 10-minute Census form is all about.
Irish activities abound on St. Patty's Day. Listen to the music of "Millish" and sample some great Irish cuisine in the student center and at the 5101 Restaurant's St. Patrick's Day Buffet.
Learn about the third annual "Alternative Energy Summit" 8:30am - 4pm, Friday, March 19 in the Andrew A. Mazzara Administrative Services and Conference Center. The summit is free and open to the public.
How good is HFCC's basketball team?
Nick Roesler, MUFON photographer and author of "In Focus: Photographic Evidence of Unconventional Flying Objects", is Host David Twichell's guest this month.
With today's photographic computer software, UFO hoaxes are easily created. However, in the right hands, that same software can detect those hoaxes.
Roesler discusses how an expert tells if a photo or video is a hoax, a misidentification, or genuine. He also talks about vintage photographs of UFOs, taken before the advent of computers, which have stood the test of time.
"Journey Into Trance" welcomes International DJ and Producer Kenneth Thomas -- 9pm, Thursday, March 4
Join host "BAM" as he welcomes Perfecto Records International DJ and Producer Kenneth Thomas. Thomas is known worldwide for his amazing talent and breath-taking production.
Special thanks to DJ Hady Basha for doing the opening set and organizing this special performance.
Tune in 9pm - midnight this Thursday. If you enjoy Electronic Music, this is one show you do not want to miss.
To learn more about DJ Kenneth Thomas go to: www.djkenneththomas.com
"Thirteenth Annual Homelessness Marathon" -- 7pm, Tuesday, February 23 through 9am, Wednesday, February 24
Tune in 7pm Tuesday, and stay with us through the night, until 9am Wednesday, as the 13th annual "Homelessness Marathon" comes to you from Cass Community Services.
Marathon founder, Jeremy Alderson, gives voice to Detroit's homeless as families, mothers, fathers, children, veterans, and others share their stories of homelessness with the world.
Senator Carl Levin is taking calls from homeless people at the site. Ron Gettlefinger and Detroit officials discuss Detroit's homelessness crisis. At least 13,000 to 14,000 homeless people are on the streets of Detroit at any given moment.
Bill Keith returns to WHFR next Saturday with his show "Light From The Underground." He'll feature singers and songwriters spanning a wide variety of genres including folk, rock, country, jazz, and even hip hop.
Join Bill alternating Saturdays at 10am with "Light From The Underground."
Remember Tom Mallia keeps the bus traveling down "The Lost Highway" on the 'other' Saturdays. Tune in and you'll hear "anything with a twang!"
Jimmy wakes up one morning to find the entire crew of his spaceship gone. Can anyone hear him? Does anyone know he's there?
Tune in at midnight tonight and find out!
Rochelle Clark and John Natiw perform live this Thursday on "The Roots Project". John has a way with words and writes some captivating songs; both he and Rochelle are excellent vocalists with great harmony.
For a quick preview, check out: http://www.myspace.com/johnnatiw.
01 Spoon - Transference
02 Avett Brothers - I And Love And You
03 Beach House - Teen Dream
04 Los Campesinos! - Romance Is Boring
05 Hot Chip - One Life Stand
06 Vampire Weekend - Contra
07 Anna Ternheim - Leaving On A Mayday
08 David Bazan - Curse Your Branches
09 Baylock - One Good To Be Told
10 Midlake - The Courage Of Others
Penny Golden of "Body Mind Spirit Guide" and host Mike Holloway discuss Edgar Cayce, meditation, metaphysics, and Albert Einstein on Tuesday's edition of "Metaphysically Speaking."
Penny and her husband Howard are the owners, publishers, and editors of "Body Mind Spirit Guide" magazine, the largest holistic magazine in Michigan. Their website, www.bodymindspiritguide.com has been visited by readers in 130 countries.
The garage/tropical disco band "Ruggs" will be joining the Motor Team this Thursday at 5pm for a rock'n good time. This band, formerly known as "Oatmeal", have a loyal following in the community and our team is excited to be hosting another fine example of the talent in Detroit. Keep in mind if your unable to tune in for the live performance on Thursday, you can listen at your leisure to the podcast by clicking on the "Motor Live Drive" button on this site.