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Welcome to the new WRFI Community Radio website. You can see our schedule and listen live to our online stream (click Listen in the menu). In the next weeks and months we’ll be adding more information to the site, as well as adding new local shows to our program schedule, so check back in often.…Read More
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Daily features and interviews from our community
Daughter and father duo Caitlin and Al Mathes are the artists behind “Apple: Tree” the new mixed media “rolling cabaret” taking place January 18th-19th and the 23rd-25th at The Cherry Artspace. The pair joined WRFI’s Michayla Savitt live in-studio, on Your Morning ahead of the premiere.Read More
Every day, stories about the environment are in the local, regional, and national headlines. Climate change, climate emergency, climate crisis — no matter how you slice it, our planet is warming up, a change which, according to the NOAA, is driven primarily by increased carbon dioxide and other human-made emissions into the atmosphere. Our new…Read More
The iconic Chanticleer rooster normally perched above the corner of Cayuga and Martin Luther King Streets and Ithaca was taken down yesterday for restoration and other work to the local bar’s roof. The Chanticleer’s Jeff Mazer says the work was overdue, “No one’s touched that that rooster since has been put up probably. And that…Read More
This is the story of Jaclyn, the mother of a high school boy with Autism. After the last school year, her son decided to leave the Dryden School District when he and his mother were upset that the school administration would not listen to their concerns, and inadvertently caused an incident between White Fang and…Read More
For students and families dealing with the rising costs of universities, housing is perhaps now, more than ever, a critical consideration. At Ithaca’s colleges, many students have struggled with finding housing that meets their needs, whether thanks to hands of predatory landlords, run-down buildings, or other concerns. Fall 2019 WRFI News intern Amelia Zohore has…Read More