Joining host Mike Holloway is the author, speaker, and peace coach Mike Markovski, whose book "The Peace Perspective" will be discussed. Mike Markovski also explains what led him on his mission of promoting peace, raising the self-esteem of children, and improving parenting skills. Please listen to this informational and heartfelt testimony as to helping increase peace in others as well as the world Remember, if you miss the broadcast, you can always catch the podcast on this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Talk--then select the broadcast date.
Learn what's happening at Common Ground today at 1pm when Host Lynn speaks with Amber Beard, Marketing and Communications Specialist. Founded in 1973, Common Ground provides a lifeline for individuals and families in crisis, victims of crime, persons with mental illness, people trying to cope with critical situations and runaway and homeless youths. Helping people in need for more than 40 years, Common Ground serves more than 80,000 individuals per year. The majority of services are free of charge and 93 cents of every dollar received goes to direct service.
WHFR will again be part of Dearborn's annual festival of music, food, art, community organizations, carnival rides--and fireworks on Saturday and Sunday nights! We will be broadcasting reports and interviews each hour direct from our tent at Dearborn's Ford Field, and we have our CD & Vinyl Sale, too, plus many new WHFR logo items. Come on by and meet your favorite WHFR DJs and staff! For more information about Dearborn Homecoming, go to: www.cityofdearborn.org
Host David Twichell interviews Joseph Flammer, a Field Investigator for the New York chapter of MUFON. One of Joseph’s MUFON investigations was recently picked as one of the Top Ten cases worldwide by MUFON’s Scientific Review Board. He has written two books about UFOs: UFOs Over Long Island, New York and UFOs Over America: Scariest Cases. Remember, after the broadcast, this show is available as a podcast from this website, for listening any time: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
Start off your week learning about the history of the music. What inspired the lyrics? What moved the music? It's all yours when you tune in to Square One, now on Monday afternoons from 2pm - 4pm. Join host Sam the Saxman for interesting facts, history and live guests! Right here on the Station Making Waves, WHFR.FM 89.3.
Election, next Tuesday, August 2nd! Our TWO candidate interviews today are essential listening. Hammoud is running for MI 15th District Representative; Dabaja for the 19th District Judge. Remember this show will also be available as a podcast for listening any time after broadcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--select date.
7-26-16, 1-2 PM: SPECIAL "WHFR Journal" with Roxanne McDonald, candidate for MI 15th District Representative
With only ONE WEEK before the Primary Election (August 2), YOU need to know all you can about ALL the local candidates so you can make the best choices. To that end--and since a power failure at Henry Ford College last Friday closed our studios, too--we will interview Roxanne McDonald who is running in the Democratic Primary for 15th District Rep (now held by term-limited George Darany). This show will be archived on this website as a PODCAST, too, available for listening anytime after broadcast: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum (not WHFR Journal this time!)--select date.
Join host Mike Holloway and his special guest, Michelle Evangelista, who is a Mindful Living Coach, specializing in working exclusively with women. She combines yoga, meditation, reiki, and mindful living (which is the ability to stay grounded and live in the "now") to assist women in reducing stress in order to help improve their lives. Remember if you miss the broadcast, you can catch the podcast anytime from this website: just click on Talk Show--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
The 24th Annual Concert of Colors has begun, and WHFR is proud to present ALL the music performances from the Diversity Stage in the Max M. Fisher Music Center, 3711 Woodward in Detroit, interrupting our regularly scheduled shows. But, there are also two MORE live performance stages there, plus FOOD vendors, and since the event is FREE to attend, we hope everyone can attend in person for the entertainment from a wide variety of top music artists (many LOCAL) and styles, usually not heard in other festivals around town--but always on WHFR, of course.
7-15-16, 1-2 PM: WHFR Journal--5th District MI Senator David Knezek and 15th District MI Rep Candidate Brian Stone
Live from the Dearborn Farmers Market, our special guests will be answering our questions about (1) what's been happening in our State government, (2) what they hope to do in the future, and (3) why voting in the August 2nd Primary Election is so important (as well as in the November 8th General Election). Remember, after broadcast, this show is available as podcast from this website, for listening any time: click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--(select date).