First, from Skepticality Radio, "Centers for Zombie Control," then two presentations from TEDTalks--ongoing conferences where the smartest, most ingenious people on the planet suggest how to solve our BIG problems: Michael Shermer on "Self-Deception" and Graham Hill on "Less stuff, more happiness."
WHFR likes to let the kid in everyone celebrate Halloween with our Annual Halloween Trick or Treat Grab Bag. All you have to do on Halloween - Monday Oct, 31 is call in and say "Trick or Treat" OR you can email WHFR but you must say "Trick or Treat" in the email. Call in 313-845-9676 or email email@example.com and say Trick or Treat and you will receive your very own grab bag full of goodies courtesy of WHFR.
Check out the Motor Live Drive @ 5 today for some hillbilly rock n roll from the Horse Cave Trio
This week, spooky, scary, and silly songs--as well as spoken stories, will haunt "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects! Join host DJ Phil Maq on Thursday, October 27th at 10:00 AM for his clever and unusual takes on music--if you dare!
"To provide homeless and displaced individuals the opportunity for successful transition to independence!"
That's the mission statement for MCREST, the Macomb County Rotating Emergency Shelter Team. Find out about this organization and the First Friday Open Mic Nights which help support the program when host Lynn speaks with Kenny Lang, First Friday host. He'll not only talk about MCREST and the open-mic nights, he's bringing his guitar and sharing some special music he wrote for his appearence on IMPACT!
Don't miss out! Tune in Tuesday at 1pm.
ES22: Coral reefs and new tunes! ES8: George Whitesides, "The world we live in is chemistry." Sierra Club Radio: The book "Nukespeak" discussed, how to green your office, and the "red tide" in Florida.
This Friday, The Flying Crowbars featuring Erich Goebel and James Cloyd, Jr. will visit and perform a few songs LIVE. Along with The Dale Robertson Band and Maggie McCabe, these three blues bands will be performing at our Saturday, Oct. 22 Benefit Concert, 9 PM to 1 AM, at New Place Lounge, 22723 Michigan Ave., in west Dearborn. Listen today on 89.3 FM or to our LIVE STREAM from this website--and then come to our Benefit, too, to have a great time and support WHFR (only $5 donation at door; food and beverages available to buy; 21 or older)!
Over the next several weeks, the "Journal" will interview all three challengers vying for a seat on the Dearborn Heights city council. Abdel-Hak will be on 10-14 [CANCELLED DUE TO PERSONAL EMERGENCY--CHECK THIS WEBSITE IF RESCHEDULING IS POSSIBLE], Lisa Hicks-Clayton on 10-28, and Scott D. Craig on 11-4. Podcasts will be available on this website immediately after each show.
NOTE: The two incumbents running are already better known, at least by their time in office, and we have a mission to feature alternative ideas, which sometimes can be new and better, though more difficult to discover.
"Theme Attic", the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects will feature "suites" of songs this week--and maybe even a few "sweet" songs! Join host DJ Phil Maq on Thursday, October 13th at 10:00 AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!
WHFR is part of College Radio Day (Tuesday Oct 11), along with over 300 other college and high school radio stations from all over North America. Throughout the day we will be playing back Testimonials about the importance of College Radio and WHFR, along with the live DJs mentioning how important WHFR and College Radio is in their lives. Also, tune in at 11am for a very special audio documentary on the Past, Present, and Future of College Radio. For more information about College Radio Day, listen to WHFR or check out the official website www.collegeradioday.com