2-20-18, 1-2 PM: Tuesday Forum – Metaphysically Speaking.

Reflexologist Susan Elliker is the "sole" special guest on Metaphysically Speaking this month. Be sure to join Susan and host Mike Holloway as they discuss this therapeutic treatment of the human feet. Susan relates how she got interested in Reflexology, how she was trained and why it can be beneficial to others. Susan also explains and describes how certain areas of the feet correspond to different parts and organs of the body. She truly believes in Reflexology. Be sure to tune in for this scintillatingly fascinating interview.

NEW WHFR JOURNAL For Friday Feb 9 Rescheduled for 1pm Tuesday Feb 13 DUE to HFC Snow Day

The NEW WHFR JOURNAL regularly scheduled for Friday Feb 9 will be broadcast on Tuesday Feb 13 at 1pm during the Tuesday Forum show. This is due to HFC’s campus closure due to the Winter Storm Feb 9th. Please enjoy Classical Music all day on Friday Feb 9. The NEW WHFR JOURNAL can be heard on Fridays from 1pm-2pm and via podcast at whfr.fm. The WHFR Tuesday Forum has a different show each Tuesday at 1pm. Make sure you check out this website regularly for programming updates.

02-06-18: 1 - 2 PM: Tuesday Forum. We Are Not Alone.

Stephen Bassett joins host David Twichell at 1 PM Tuesday, February 6. Mr. Bassett is the executive director of Paradigm Research Group (PRG) founded in 1996 to end a government imposed embargo behind extraterrestrial related phenomena. In 2013 PRG produced the "Citizen Hearing on Disclosure" at the National Press Club in Washington. In November of 2014 PRG launched two political initiatives in Washington, DC. One sought the first hearings on Capitol Hill since 1968 regarding the extraterrestrial presence issue. The other sought to force the ET issue into the 2016 presidential campaign. Mr.

01-30-17, 1-2 PM: Tuesday Forum – IMPACT

IMPACT 4th Tuesday. Meet with the Executive Director of West Dearborn Downtown Development Authority. “Dearborn possesses two downtown districts East Downtown Dearborn known for its ethnic diversity and emerging arts and culture scene, and West Dearborn known for its upscale restaurants and nightlife.”*

WHFR regrets to announce the cancellation of the Festival of Enlightenment Holistic Fair which was scheduled for Saturday March 10th, 2018.

This is due in part to the recent unexpected passing of our dear friend and station colleague Lynn Grunst, who, along with Mike Holloway, host of the Metaphysically Speaking program, were the organizers of this event. Lynn’s hard work and tireless dedication to this festival was incredible, and we feel that without her loyalty and dedication to the event, we simply cannot do it justice. Her efforts and talents will be sorely missed.

Moving forward, we have decided to retire this event for the foreseeable future. We had nine great years of bringing this festival to the community. In numerology terms, the number nine is the completion of a cycle, which is what we proudly did…we completed a life cycle so to speak. Hence, it is now time to now move on to something else that will be as great as the Festival of Enlightenment Holistic Fair was. What that may be remains to be determined.

We would like to thank our media partners - Body Mind Spirit Guide: Who helped immensely right from the start and was with us for the full nine years, especially publishers Penny and Howard Golden for their support and guidance. We want to also thank Natural Awakenings Magazine as well and to the station management and staff for all of their help and support through the years. We at WHFR are grateful to all the Guests, Vendors, Body Workers, Psychics, Musicians and Saint Paul’s Lutheran Church & Park Place Catering for their contributions. Thanks to all those donating food, services and prizes and countless others that helped make the festival the great event that it was. Blessings to all.

If you have questions, please contact WHFR General Manager Susan McGraw at 313-845-9842 or scmcgraw@hfcc.edu

1-16-18, 1-2 PM: Tuesday Forum – Metaphysically Speaking.

Be sure to join host Mike Holloway as he welcomes visionary artist, teacher and spiritual life coach Tonya Henderson on the next edition of Metaphysically Speaking. Tonya and Mike discuss her visionary art, how she is inspired and the results she attains for herself as well as her clients. It's a fascinating talk about a spiritual modality that is often overlooked or even unheard of. You will not want to miss this penetrating interview. Remember if you miss the broadcast, you can catch the podcast at WHFR.FM, Talk Shows, Tuesday Talk, select the 01/16/18 date.

1-15-18, 4 - 6 PM: SPECIAL MLK JR. DAY Programs

4 to 5 PM: "King Stories (Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.)," with host Julian Bond, along with Ralph Abernathy, David Garrow, Dick Gregory, Mark Lane and Larry Williams --listen as they each share rarely documented stories about the personal and private sides of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
5 to 6 PM: "Philosophy Now," with host John and Ken who are joined by Judith Butler -- The Art of Non-Violence.

01-02-18: 1 - 2 PM: Tuesday Forum. We Are Not Alone.

Cheryl Costa is a native and resident of upstate New York who has been interested in UFOs since age 12 when she witnessed her first UFO. A military veteran, she’s a retired information security professional from the aerospace Industry. She’s been a speaker at the International UFO Congress and at the MUFON Symposium. Cheryl writes the UFO column “New York Skies” for SyracuseNewTimes.com. For the past four years she has written articles about historical UFO sightings in New York, UFO Statistics, Disclosure and other Ufology topics.

Ticket Giveaway!

WHFR DJ's are doing a ticket giveaway for ONE pair of tickets to the New Year's Eve with Matthew Dear event. This special performance is taking place at the Marble Bar in Detroit this Sunday, December 31 at 8 pm to guests who are 21 and up. Make sure you tune in for your chance to win!

12-26-17, 1-2 PM: Tuesday Forum – IMPACT

Fourth Tuesday had two segments: Holidays can mean joy and celebration for many. For others the memories may be a challenge because of having lost someone special. Open Arms is a special program out of St. Johns Providence Hospital that deals with grief and loss. Karen Sheffield shared information about this program and resources for coping with having lost someone close to you.

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