Local non-profit organizations are profiled every 2nd & 4th Tuesday. This week: Neighborhood Legal services of Michigan--Elder Law. Hosted by Betty Daniels.
WHFR has something great for you to do on Saturady (March 21) and that is to attend our 7th Annual Festival of Enlightenment Holistic Fair. There will be many vendors, body workers, and readers at this event along with speakers, music, and food. This event starts at 11am and runs until 5pm. The entrance fee is $5 and benefits WHFR (but students with ID can get in for Free). For more information check out this link (http://www.whfr.fm/FOE) or listen to WHFR.
New Jersey native (now Michigan resident) Daddy G hosts this new show on WHFR, where you will be whisked off to the Malt Shop where the jukebox plays music from the 50’s and 60s. His lighthearted approach will make you laugh and the music will make you dance. For some, it will evoke memories of their youth. That’s "The Malt Shop" with Daddy G every Thursday from 2-4 PM. Locally-produced alternative programming, only on WHFR.FM.
It's a real about face this Thursday as we engage two of the most enterprising turntablist-come-electro-musicians North of the 9 o'clock hour. Both spinning and playing their instruments, case managerz (no capitalization) bridge old and new school progressive and techno with breakbeats that will make you dance, groove and really get down. Tune in at 5p.m. Thursday, the 19th, to Motor Live Drive @ 5. Music and interviews for your ride home that keep it moving! On the station Makin' Waves.
FOUR of the best Talk shows you can't hear on other area stations: (N-1) "Big Picture Science," (1-2) "Local Forum: Metaphysically Speaking" also PODCAST from this website after broadcast, (2-3) "TED Radio Hour--Spoken & Unspoken," and (3-4) "Philosophy Talk--Diseases of the Mind."
Listen this Thursday for the Indie Americana sounds of The Gravity Club. Great songwriting with the pleasant sounds of Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Saxophone, Violin, and Piano!
2-3 PM, TED Radio Hour: "Solve for X" Math can deliver surprising answers to life's most pressing questions. In this episode, TED (Technology-Education-Design conferences) speakers discuss its elegant simplicity and giddy complexity. 3-4 PM, Philosophy Talk: "Camus and the Absurd" From Stanford University Department of Philosophy, hosts John and Ken investigate writer/philosopher Albert Camus with his biographer Robert Zaretsky of the University of Houston, author of A Life Worth Living.
N-1 PM, Big Picture Science: "Skeptic Check--The Me in Measles" Wondering whether to vaccinate your children? The decision can feel like a shot in the dark if you don't know how to evaluate the risk. Hosted by Seth Shostak and Molly Bentley of the SETI Institute. 1-2 PM, Tuesday Forum--IMPACT!: "Open Mic Nights" Lynn speaks with Rick Pitts about East River Folk Society and Kenny Lang about First Fridays. Hear about Dearborn Acoustic--how these groups work with the Goodfellows, MCREST, and the Marines! LOCALLY PRODUCED and PODCAST from this website.
Do you like your indie rock with a lot of energy? How about some punk attitude with a funk feel thrown in for good measure? Then you will not not want to miss the Motor Live Drive @5 debut of Five Pound Snap! This Thursday, March 5th at 5p.m.
Michigan MUFON’s State Director Bill Konkolesky joins host David Twichell to discuss, among other things, the searchable Project Blue Book files that briefly appeared on The Black Vault website but was forced to be taken down – and why. Bill has been a contactee since childhood and has written a book on his early experiences, Experiencer: Raised in Two Worlds. He was featured on ScyFy Channel's “Abduction Diaries,” as well as being interviewed on many radio and TV shows.