Dr. Lonnie SmithTropicalia
Boogaloo to Beck- A Tribute 2003 via Scufflin Records
specializing in opening minds, acid flashbvcks and baby-makin'
For more than 30 years, The Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts has offered the community innovative experiences in the latest art forms. Today, they present programs in visual arts, film, dance, literature, performance arts and music. They provide artists with studio space, sales support and educational opportunities - all under one roof. To learn about the UICA and its new location at 2 Fulton Street West - visit UICA dot ORG
The West Michigan Cooperative is the region's first online farmers market. The Co-op serves as a way for local farmers and consumers to stay connected all year long. Co-op members make online purchases from co-op producers then pick up and pay for orders at the monthly pick-up day. Learn more at west michigan coop dot com.
provides positive after-school sports and recreation programs for inner city youth ages 6 to 14. The Alliance motivates with a child's love for organized sports, teaches them how to excel in academics and how to achieve their highest level of self fulfillment and personal development, in physical, social, moral and spiritual aspects of life. More information: Y S A G R dot org
Join us Sunday mornings at 10 for a WYCE tradition - it'sIn The Spirit!
- an exploration of music's spiritual roots. Hear music that celebrates the very best of human nature. And enjoy inspirational quotes by wise men and women from all walks of life.In the Spirit!
- Sundays from 10 to noon - only on 88.1 FM WYCE!
provides communication, human services and education to the deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing communities - with the goal of inclusiveness - in Western Michigan. Services include mental health coordination, job placement, interpreter referral and hearing assistance outreach. More information - Deaf H H S dot org
Join us Tuesday nights at 10:15 for 'Electric Poetry. Hear stylistic whiplash and verse from Grand Rapids' hardest working poets. And search archived episodes of 'Electric Poetry' at our website - WYCE.ORG - just search our Tuesday schedule.
Did you know that if you missed a live in-studio performance and interview from one of the many artists that visit WYCE, you can listen to it on our web page? Visit wyce.org for "In Case You Missed It" -- an archive of past in-studio performances. You can find these great performances by typing the word "missed" in the search box at the top of the page. And don't forget you can find all of our concert announcements, public service announcements and sponsor messages -- plus a complete list of every song we play, by clicking on the "Playlists" link. And all the while, you can listen to WYCE 24/7 from anywhere in the world. That's wyce dot org.