Bob “Soulman” Scheir – R.I.P.

I dreamt of the Soulman the night he died.  In the dream he was holding court in the old WMNF building. Telling stories only he knew. Told the way only he could tell them. Those stories, like Bob, are now gone forever. He died August 11 after many years of failing health and much suffering… Read more »

September All Station Meeting – Thursday, 9/9/2021

WMNF’s ALL Station Meeting will take place Thursday, September 9, 2021, 06:30 PM – 8pm. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our community, this meeting will be held via Zoom. Visit the WMNF Station Calendar for the meeting log in/call information.  This meeting will serve as the platform for Radio Activists applying for OPEN Volunteer Committee… Read more »

“High Expectations” on Morning Energy

It has been said, “Don’t blame people for disappointing you, blame yourself for expecting too much for them”. Throughout the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, there have been a series of disappointments both from many athletes expectations of themselves and also from others’ expectation of them.One of the biggest Olympic disappointments was the U.S. men 4… Read more »

“Trial and Error” on Morning Energy

There is a saying in life that, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again”. However, along the road to success comes a lot of “Trials and Errors”. Today is the opening ceremony for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. The 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games were postponed for a year due to COVID-19, and this is… Read more »

Assessing The News With Binoy Kampmark

Frequent contributor to Life Elsewhere, Dr. Binoy Kampmark shares his well-considered assessments of the following news items: Haiti’s President Assassinated  A group of gunmen allegedly posing as agents of the Drug Enforcement Agency forcibly entered President Jovenel Moïse’s private residence and assassinated him in the early hours of Wednesday. The macabre act will prolong the uncertainty as… Read more »

“The Storms of Life” on Morning Energy

Each year June 1st marks the beginning of the Atlantic Hurricane Season. The Atlantic Hurricane Season usually last until November 30th, with September being the most common month for hurricanes. According to the The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center, an above average Atlantic Hurricane Season is being predicted for 2021 with… Read more »

A Conversation With Chris Connelly About The Birthday Poems

Alternative music legend, Chris Connelly joins Life Elsewhere host Norman B for an in-depth conversation about his latest musical project, The Birthday Poems. An album created to celebrate the centenary of Orkney-born poet, George Mackay Brown. For this remarkable enterprise, Chris collaborated with the incomparable, Scottish chanteuse, Monica Queen. Together with a line-up of stellar… Read more »