06-05-18: 1 - 2 PM: Tuesday Forum. We Are Not Alone.

Paul Blake Smith is a native of Cape Girardeau, Missouri where local legend has it that a craft (not of this world) complete with three small gray aliens crashed in 1941. The U.S. Army moved in that night to squelch the story, swear witnesses to silence and carefully recover the ship, debris and the dead ET crew. Paul lays out the evidence in his book, “MO41, The Bombshell Before Roswell” and its sequel on We Are Not Alone, June 5th at 1PM. Remember after the broadcast this show is available as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).

05-29-18, 1-2 PM: Tuesday Forum – IMPACT

New Generation Fine Arts Foundation (NewGen), is a public charity, it is the result of Kendall Owens decision to give back to the community. Through her direct experience and her studies in art and nursing, she recognized that the arts do not discriminate their powerful impact on any people. She used the latter in developing New Generation Fine Arts Foundation. New Gen was established as a 501(c) (3), tax-exempt, non-profit organization. Kendall Owens created this organization to enhance awareness and respect for the arts in Metro-Detroit.

WHFR Garage Sale - Thursday June 7 11am-5pm Student Center Pavilion

WHFR has cleaned out their storage area and offices and is having a GARAGE SALE! On Thursday June, 7 at 11am - 5pm WHFR will be setting up in the Pavilion of the Student Center Building (Building M) on the Main Campus of Henry Ford College (5101 Evergreen Rd Dearborn MI 48128).

Admission is FREE but bring cash for buying many of these goodies we will have for sale!!!!

There will be LOTS of great items for sale for LOW PRICES:

CDs, LPs, 45s, 78s are $1 for up to 10 items, $2 for up to 20 items, $3 for up to 30 items, etc....yes you can get a A LOT of music for CHEAP!!!!

WHFR Merchandise, T-Shirts and CDs (Uncut II, III & Mitten State Transmissions) will be a blow out prices!!!!

Electronics: CD Players, MiniDisc Players, VHS Players, a Printer, cables and cords and more.

Other Misc items will be for sale.

More info - check back here or go to our FACEBOOK Event page https://www.facebook.com/events/2058715464384695/?active_tab=about

5-22-18, 1-2 PM: Tuesday Forum – IMPACT

Listen to IMPACT and revisit with Christina Sheppard-Decius as she talks about how WDDDA is working with businesses and others to enhance the West Downtown area presence. In February 2018 in Crain’s magazine, Executive director of West Dearborn Downtown Development Authority shared that “A lot of developers are really responding to the fact that (Downtown Dearborn) will have a different mix of people in downtown . . . and a marketplace that we (are) addressing.' Groundbreaking on Ford Wagner Place Project was held in May 2018. Decius shared in February that “. . What WDDDA are . .

05-15-18, 1-2 PM: Tuesday Forum – Metaphysically Speaking.

The next edition of Metaphysically Speaking will be an encore presentation of the January 2018 show. The show features a conversation with Tonya Henderson as she discusses her life as a visionary artist. She also touches upon her role as a life coach and healer. It's a fascinating interview that you will want to hear again. That's Metaphysically Speaking May 15th at 1 p.m. with Tonya and host Mike Holloway.

05-01-18: 1 - 2 PM: Tuesday Forum. We Are Not Alone.

Dr. Barry Downing is a Presbyterian minister and author of the 1968 book The Bible and Flying Saucers in which he claims UFO phenomena are responsible for many of the events in the Bible. His most recent book is "Biblical UFO Revelations" (published in 2017). Rev. Downing is also a proponent of the ancient astronaut theory and has appeared on several of History Channel’s Ancient Alien series. Downing holds a PhD in the relation between religion and science from the University of Edinburgh of Scotland.

04-17-18, 1-2 PM: Tuesday Forum – Metaphysically Speaking.

Veterinarian Dr. Eva Groesbeck, who specializes in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine for pets, is the next guest on Metaphysically Speaking Tuesday April 17th at 1 p.m. Join Dr. Groesbeck and host Mike Holloway as they discuss the use and practice of acupuncture in treating animals. Dr. Groesbeck also talks about combining western and eastern medicines and philosophies in treating pets as the wave of the future. It's a wide ranging interview covering several pet modalities that is absolutely fascinating! You will not want to miss it!

WHFR Spring Blues Fundraiser at the New Place Lounge Saturday April 14 from 8pm-Midnight

WHFR is happy to have another one of our annual Spring Fundraisers at the New Place Lounge. This year we will be featuring the local blues music of Maggie McCabe & Howard Glazer, Nick Tabarias & the All Stars, and Big B and the Actual Proof. Come out to the New Place Lounge located in West Dearborn at 22723 Michigan Ave. Only a $5 donation at the door. In addition to the great live music, we will have WHFR Merchandise for sale, we will be giving away door prizes and there will be a 50/50 raffle. Come on out (if you are 21 or older) and support local music and WHFR! Read more to link to flyer

Radiothon 2018 - Live Music in the Studio: LIVE FROM STUDIO J week and DETROIT JAZZ Live Jazz Jam Session

This week we have featured several great live musicians as part of a special Radiothon 2018 weeklong version of LIVE FROM STUDIO J. We have heard singer/songwriter Scott Fab, Delta Blues from The Blues Preacher, classic rock from Face2Face, and Jazz from Planet D Nonet. But there still more great LIVE FROM STUDIO J artists to check out this week: Thursday at 5pm during LIVE FROM FROM STUDIO J the indie rock sounds of Kimball, Friday at 5pm during GO WITH THE FLOW is the Rockin' blues of Bull Halsey and on Saturday at 5pm during DINNER WITH CHELSEA will be the punk rock sounds of The Zotz (who also happen to be on our upcoming MOTOR CITY GEMS Indie Rock LP).

Also, for the first time we will be featuring a Studio J Jazz Jam Session as part of the DETROIT JAZZ segment of JAZZ HORIZONS between 8pm-Midnight. You will hear from Jazz Vocals Chelly K and Robert McCarther, Keyboard players Gerard Gibbs and Rick Jones along with Deblond Jackson, the sound of John Douglas and his Quartet, Alexis Lombre, and Trunino Lowe Friends. In addition to this Studio Jam Session, there will be interviews, and recorded sessions from Otus Supply and Bert's Market Place. Make sure you check out DETROIT JAZZ from 8pm to Midnights hosted by Earl Jones.