For the last of our scheduled 30-minute interviews with local political candidates to be on the Nov. 8 general election ballot, we will question Mary Anne Hering (Working Class Party) about her campaign for Michigan State Board of Education. This show will also be podcast--along with the others--from this website: click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--(select date).
Only two weeks to go before the Nov. 8 General Election, so it's time to get serious--and hear from local representatives of the League of Women Voters, the most active and knowledgable national non-profit concerned with voting and our democratic system. Host Betty Daniels will get the full story about the Dearborn-Dearborn Heights Chapter and their work to allow us to make good choices. NOTE: After broadcast, this show can be listened to any time as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
Host-Scott Boatright. Listen this Thursday from 5-6 for a rockin' performance from the Kenny Hill Group, who will be opening up for the Andy Timmons Band this Friday at the Token Lounge.
WHFR is proud to present our 9th Annual WHFR Record Show. We have a wide variety of vendors setting up and selling lots of great items - LPs, 45s, 78s, CDs, cassettes, DVDs, T'shirts, Posters, and more. You can post photos and fun stuff you picked up at the show on our Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1743556685907744/?active_tab=highlights The Record Show will be held on the main campus of Henry Ford College in Building M (Student Center) at 5101 Evergreen Rd. Dearborn, MI 48128. The show if from 9am-4pm. For more info check out our record show page: http://whfr.fm/recordshow or the Facebook event above.
Host-Scott Boatright. This Thursday we have a special double treat for you. Hear the beautiful sounds of singer songwriter Carmen Liburdi from 5-6 playing selections from her four releases, including her latest "Patron Saints of the Ordinary" and talks about her performance at the Doll Pile Show that night at St Ceces. In the 6 o'clock hour, more beautiful sounds as Audra Kubat plays songs from her brand new release "Mended Vessels" and talks about her record release performances at the DIA Friday (Oct.7th) night.
Host-Scott Boatright. A legendary Avant Garde/Electronic/Rock musician, Richard has 2 new releases on the Cuneiform label; Process and Reality (with Tatsuya Yoshida and Masami Akita) and MU (with Barry Cleveland, Michael Manring, & Celso Alberti). Richard has been recording/performing for over 40 years. He is currently touring the U.S. with Wume, an experimental band from Maryland, and is playing the Marble Bar this Friday. I will be speaking with Richard about his career; including the band Heldon, and with members of Wume.
Mr. Laird Scranton joins host David Twichell to discuss ancient cosmology and language and the possible connection to the strange symbols reported to be on the surface of UFOs as well as those reported to be on their interior by alleged abductees. Why are "Egyptian hieroglyphic" style symbols often reported in connection with close encounter UFO sighting? Cosmologist Laird Scranton may have an answer. Remember after the broadcast this show is available as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
In our first half hour, we interview Jeff Jones, Republican candidate for U.S. 12th District Representative to the U.S. Congress in the November 8th election. In the second half, there's an interview with Ismael Ahmed, Democrat candidate for Michigan State Board of Education. (BTW, if you're not registered to vote yet for the Nov. 8 election, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11th is the deadline!) This show with be available as a podcast on this website to be listened to anytime after broadcast; click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--select date.
Host-Scott Boatright. I will be interviewing Doc Colony, the man behind Fury Road to Thunderdome's DROPZONE!, the midwests only Mad Max Cosplay Event, featuring: the music of Dead in 5 and Blackmail; Brawlers, Rollers, Burlesque, and more happening Saturday, Oct. 8th at the Tangent Gallery Then prepare yourself for the punk sounds of Freak Box at 5!
Host: Betty Daniels. Gun violence continues to plague our communities. The “Remember Me Quilt Project” testified in Lansing on September 19th on the victims of gun violence, and this show features interviews from the past year about the mission and activities of this local non-profit organization. All shows are available as podcasts on www.whfr.fm to listen to anytime after broadcast: click on: Talk Shows—Tuesday Forum—select date.