"A Time to Remember" This Saturday, 10am, Park Place Catering

While losing a loved one is never easy, the holidays seem to make it even more difficult. Howe-Peterson Funeral Home invites you, your family and your friends to "A Time to Remember" a holiday memorial program, this Saturday, December 5, 10am at Park Place Catering, 23400 Park Street, Dearborn. For more information call 313-561-1500.

12-1-15, 1-2 PM: TUESDAY FORUM--"We Are Not Alone"

Host David Twichell interviews Dr. Robert Davis, an internationally recognized scientist in the field of audiology, serving as a professor at the State University of New York for over 30 years. In his book, The UFO Phenomenon: Should I Believe?, he details how his research and investigation into the UFO phenomenon convinced him that the phenomenon is a very important concern that has been ignored by the general scientific community. Remember, this show can be listened to anytime after the broadcast as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).

Culture City Radio hosts their first live act, Rossonian, Wednesday at 1p.m., 11-25-15

Electro-sensual rock & roll has been born; as such, rock & roll really can't die now. Find out just what that means when your host, Steve Homer, introduces the Denver-based band Rossonian to Studio J for Steve's first in-house pre-recorded interview. Learn how these gents moved from Dearborn and the Great Lakes to the international stage. Rossonian will share music from their EPs You Are Your Own Dentist, Late Kids, and even unreleased world debuts. Culture City Radio airs from Noon till two, Wednesdays, on the only station making waves, WHFR.

It's All About The Numbers On The Next Edition of Metaphysically Speaking Tuesday, November 17, at 1pm

Tune in Tuesday when host Mike Holloway speaks with Numerology expert Marsha Kozlowski. What secrets do your numbers hold? Numerology is used for insight into who we are, and the world we live in. Our names and birth dates contain our personal blueprints for this life. Numerology can bring self-validation and understanding in relationships. Find out how numerology works Tuesday at 1pm, right here on WHFR, where at 30 years, we're just getting started!

11-13-15, 1-2 PM: WHFR Journal--with Dearborn Schools Superintendent Maleyko

Our new local K-12 superintendent, Dr. Glenn Maleyko is our special guest today!

The Go With The Flow Mike Holloway Show Flows to 8pm Wednesday Nights

After many years as the Tuesday drive-time rocking' blues man, Mike Holloway goes with the flow Wednesday nights 8pm to 10pm. Tune in for the same great music and personality you loved on Tuesday afternoons when you hear it Wednesday nights! So, catch The Go With The Flow Mike Holloway Show at its new time and day. That's Wednesday evenings from 8pm to 10pm right here on the station making waves, WHFR 89.3fm.

Pedal to the Metal Debuts 4pm Tuesday, November 10

Meet Murdock this Tuesday, November 10 at 4pm when he introduces his new drive-time show "Pedal to the Metal." Exploring genres within the world of metal music, you'll hear a variety of styles and artists. Listen for local talent. That's "Pedal to the Metal" Tuesdays from 4pm to 6pm, right here on WHFR.

Turner Town is in Livonia. Find Out How To Schedule Your Visit Tuesday, November 10 at 1pm on IMPACT!

Jennifer Wakenell guides you through Turner Town as you learn about Turner Syndrome. Turner syndrome (TS) also known as Ullrich–Turner syndrome, gonadal dysgenesis, and 45,X, is a condition in which a female is partly or completely missing an X chromosome. Tune in Tuesday, November 10 at 1pm an find out what it means to live with Turner Syndrome.

Brian Taylor Comes From The Heart, Nov 12, 2015 On The Motor Live Drive @5

Singer, songwriter, Brian Taylor, makes an intimate appearance this Thursday on WHFR. With his acoustic guitars he'll take you on an in depth look celebrating his 40 years of writing and performing his "songs of the heart." His work over the years has been dedicated to making a difference by numerous benefits for the elderly, children, the homeless, the hungry and various charitable, animal and environmental causes. At 5pm we'll walk through years past as Brian readies for the future. He's much like WHFR; after 30 years, we're just getting started!

Where's Shyster? Right Here, Tonight at 10pm!!

Be sure to tune in tonight for the return of Shyster and his new Friday Night Blues show. You'll find him right here on WHFR.FM from 10pm until midnight every Friday night! Friday Night Blues, one of the ways we're Making Waves on WHFR!!

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