Belief & Climate Change

Why are so many humans religious? Why do we daydream, imagine, and hope? Philosophers, theologians, social scientists, and historians have offered explanations for centuries, but their accounts often ignore or even avoid human evolution. Evolutionary scientists answer with proposals for why ritual, religion, and faith make sense as adaptations to past challenges or as by-products… Read more »

“The Have And Have Nots” on Morning Energy

The economic distance between the nation’s wealthiest and everyone else has been steadily on the rise. In fact, 19 new billionaires joined the Forbes 400 list in 2019. Additionally, the majority of the wealth is held by 20% of families in the top of the income distribution list with annual income often times tripling that… Read more »

Unclaimed prizes from Uke It Out 5.0

Thanks to all who enjoyed this 5th Annual Ukulele Event… Especially to those who took a chance on buying a ticket to WIN!  A few lucky winners left the show before picking up their gifts ~ Here are the unclaimed PRIZE Chance Drawing ticket numbers: Vanessa Collier (Co-Pro with Suncoast Blues Society) at Skipper’s 12/13/19: 747794 WMNF… Read more »

A Private Conversation With Amy Rigby

Amy Rigby has been crisscrossing the USA promoting her memoir, Girl To City, stopping at music venues and book stores from upstate New York to the Pacific North West. She reads from her book, often she plays her guitar, sometimes she is accompanied by musician friends.  The acclaimed singer-songwriter loves the experience as evident by… Read more »

“Gratitude and Thanksgiving” on Morning Energy

During the month of November people tend to make greater efforts towards giving and also expressing their gratitude for the things that they have. However, our gratitude is often short lived as we sometimes begin into settle back into familiar habits of taking things for granted. On Morning Energy we are going to spend time… Read more »

WMNF has a new Picnic Table

Our 15 year old rainbow picnic table finally fell to the earth, but has now been replaced with a brand new one! Thank you so much to Patty Metz, who purchased it for us and Sid Flannery, who helped her set it up and paint it. For all you both do for WMNF, we appreciate… Read more »

“Trust and Betrayal” on Morning Energy

On November 8, 2019, during a news conference Atlanta Police Chief Ericka Shields announced that Alexis Crawford (a Clark Atlanta University student) was found dead at a park in Dekalb County. The cause of death was asphyxiation. Crawford’s roommate (Jordyn Jones) and Jones’ boyfriend (Barron Brantly) were arrested and charged with her murder. According to… Read more »

“Surviving Your Imprisonment” on Morning Energy

On Monday, November, 4, 2019, more than 400 inmates across Oklahoma were released from prison after serving time for nonviolent offenses – some served more than a decade. As many of the inmates were being released Governor Stitt, encouraged them to have a successful future and to make it such that they would not have… Read more »

“Falling Back” on Morning Energy

November 4, 2019 is when Daylight Savings will occur in most areas of the United States. This means that we will “fall back” to standard time once we set our clocks back by one hour. This will result in more daylight during the morning hours and more darkness during the early evening hours. ” Springing… Read more »

“National Disability Employment Month” on Morning Energy

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). NDEAM is a national campaign held to raise awareness about employment issues for disabled people and to also celebrate their accomplishments and contributions to society.  NDEAM is also an extension of “National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week”, which came into existence in 1945 when Congress enacted Public Law… Read more »