“It’s just like rock ’n’ roll, it’s all about life and love!” Proclaims Dr. James Bass, explaining his passion, Choral Music. The esteemed Director of Choral Studies in the School of Music at the University of South Florida and the artistic director of the Master Chorale of Tampa Bay, becomes animated, gesticulating with a conductor’s panache… Read more »
WMNF is proud to announce that the Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners has awarded the station a grant to help replace the aging tower that sends our signal from Seminole Heights to our transmitter in Riverview. The county’s 2015-2016 budget includes $120,000 for the tower project. WMNF began a campaign to replace the 27-year-old tower… Read more »
Duncan’s guest on Talking Animals this Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 10 a.m., will be Avalon Theisen, the founder of Tampa-based Conserve It Forward. She’s also been an environmentalist, animal advocate and educator of sorts for a number of years. What may be notable about the “number of years” part of that description is that Avalon Theisen… Read more »
So many serious problems to focus on: the Iran Nuclear deal, the catastrophic migrant crisis, climate change talks, wars, floods , the economy-hard to know the most serious to address. But apparently not to members of Congress– the most serious concern in Congress- with threats to bring the government to a halt is — PLANNED… Read more »
WMNF’s next Membership Drive begins at 6am on Wed, Oct 7th and ends on Wed, Oct 14th. We are seeking restaurants, caterers, home cooks, and chefs to help feed our dedicated, hungry and appreciative volunteers. We are looking for breakfast, lunch, dinner, late night and snacks. To find out more about donating a meal, please… Read more »
For our WMNF After Dark listeners (though Saturday Asylum is an honorary night time show)… Check us all this week to win a free copy the late nite cd of the week from UK pop songstress “Georgia”. Tune in to Indie F.M with Katarina (tonight at 8 pm.), The Saturday Asylum with Scott Imrich (Saturday at… Read more »
Tonight on Surface Noise, we spin from Pete Shelley’s solo hit to Magazine to Whipped Cream Remixed, all in scratchy clarity.