WHIW 101.3 is Live on the FM Dial!

LOGO WHIWAfter years of hard work by many volunteers, Harvard Community Radio is now 101.3 on the FM dial. Listen to us in the car, home radio, computer or smart phone using the Tunein app. Check out our shows and let us know what you like to listen to! Of course, if you love what you’re hearing, consider becoming a member. Harvard Community Radio exists only because of generosity of our supporters.

Elevate Project to Perform at WHIW Launch Celebration | May 17

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Join us at the Starline Factory on Sunday, May 17th from 4:30 – 6:00 PM as we celebrate going live on our new FM frequency, 101.3. Headlining the event is The Elevate Project. Click here to get your tickets: $10 individual/$20 Family.

About The Elevate Project

Elevate seems to be the only word fitting enough to describe what happens every time these eight musicians gather together to do what they love the most…make music. This group has come to Elevate any situation they are blessed to be a part of with their eclectic dose of Latin flavor combined with some funk, soul, R&B, and straight-ahead rock. The Elevate Project will deliver one of the most exciting musical experiences you are likely to have in this lifetime. We guarantee that you will take notice when The Elevate Project takes the stage because they exist to Elevate the music and you, the audience to a level that you did not expect. The Elevate Project will leave you in a better place than you were before.


MuttDogg Theatre presents Arch Oboler’s “Another World” | April 19

muttdogFeaturing the world famous MuttDogg Players in a radio drama.

Sunday April 19, 2015
5:00pm – 6:00pm; doors open at 4:30

Harvard Community Radio
At The Starline Factory
300 W. Front Street Harvard, Illinois

Arch Oboler was one of radio’s greatest dramatists. Although his plays are on the macabre side, they are suitable for all ages.Though he gained an inevitable notariety for his work on horror series “Lights Out”, Arch Oboler was truly one of radio’s auteurs, producing a wide variety of deeply-felt plays about the human condition, including a number focusing on World War II. Many of these were collected into a number of printed anthologies. The anthology series Arch Oboler’s Plays ran on NBC for a year beginning in 1939.

Free admission. Drinks and snacks will be available for purchase.

For more information, contact the station.