For the details that you just can't easily get about the local results of the August 5th Primary Election, this episode of the WHFR Journal deserves your time, with hosts Jay Korinek and Terence Tyson adding analysis to the facts. (We believe the Why and How are as important as the What & Who) Miss the broadcast? Listen to the podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--(select date).
Host David Twichell speaks with Denise David Williams, a Hollywood film producer who has worked on numerous box office hits over the years. Today, she is the President and Producer of MakeMagic Productions in Las Angeles, CA, where she is in the pre-production stages of a film about the life and work of the late Dr. John Mack of Harvard University and the trials and tribulations that he went through in an attempt to convince his colleagues (and the world at large) that alien abduction is a real phenomenon to be dealt with on the professional level.
Come by the WHFR tent at the 35th Annual Dearborn Homecoming festival. Homecoming takes place at Ford Field in West Dearborn off of Monroe Street north of Michigan Ave. WHFR's tent is across from the Carnival area near the covered bridge. WHFR has lots of purged CDs and LPs for a $1 donation each plus 45s 2 for $1. There will be logo items for sale as well. WHFR will be breaking in during the normal broadcast throughout to weekend to update everyone on events taking place at Homecoming. Stop by the WHFR tent anytime between 11am and 8pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday. For more information listen to WHFR or check out the official Dearborn Homecoming Website: http://www.cityofdearborn.org/homecoming
Another great look at how local non-profit organizations are making a difference--for the better! Host Lynn Grunst interviews Sandy Boulton about the latest news and events at the Dearborn Animal Shelter. Remember you can listen to this show anytime after broadcast, too, from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
Seminal Detroit rocker Liz Larin releases the much-awaited , in time to build an anthem that rocks the rest of 2014. Tune in Thursday, July 17, at 5pm, as Liz travels musically from Press to present. From 313, to 213, and back again.
WHFR will be at 22nd Annual Concert of Colors Festival on Saturday July 12 and Sunday July 13. WHFR will be broadcasting acts performing on the Diversity Stage in the Music Box of the Max M. Fischer Music Center located at 3711 Woodward in Detroit’s Midtown area. We will also have a table passing out WHFR information and have a limited amout of WHFR merchandise for sale. Come down to Concert of Colors or listen this weekend. Below is a list of acts performing on the Diversity Stage (after the page break). For more information about Concert of Colors go to: http://www.concertofcolors.com/
Host Tom Wilson takes it to the highest level you're going to get: Moog Synthesizer co-inventor Herb Deutsch signs on for a live interview! Appearing at The Henry Ford Museum's Maker Faire to celebrate 50 years of the Moog, Mr. Deutsch carries a torch that Tom is only too glad to fan. Hear insight as to original development. But best of all, hear great music, as only WHFR can bring it.
While "Dearborn Heights News & Views" is on hiatus, on the second Tuesday of the month, WHFR presents two recent "Sierra Club Radio" shows: Books and more for a green holiday weekend, including Paul Loeb talking about the new edition of his book, The Impossible Will Take a Little While. Remember, if you can't catch the broadcast, you can listen anytime afterwards directly from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
Our host David Twichell welcomes Yvonne Smith, a certified hypnotherapist who has practiced since 1990, dealing mainly with victims of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD. Early on in her career, she discovered that many of her patients, while under hypnosis, reported bazaar incidents of alien abductions which closely mirrored the experiences of her other patients. Today, she is regarded as one of the most respected practitioners in this field, a consultant for many documentaries on the subject, and a lecturer about it all over the world.
If it's the fourth Tuesday of the month, WHFR proudly spotlights another hard-working, socially-positive, local non-profit organization. Today's show: James Tatum, jazz pianist, founded the James Tatum Foundation after retiring. Since its beginning in 1987, it has raised over $300,000 and provided scholarships to over 600 students. Remember, the Tuesday Forum is archived as a podcast on this website, available anytime after broadcast: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).