Monday, November 29, 2010

"Merry Christmas George Bailey!" Old Time Radio Theatre

Seneca Falls celebrates the "real" Bedford Falls made famous in It's a Wonderful Life with a special four-show runs of Merry Christas, George Bailey!, an old time radio play based on the 1947 Lux Radio Theatre broadcast...complete with live sound effects and street actors!  Performed by the Seneca Community Players, at the "Bedford Falls Bijou Theatre", 100 Fall St. in Seneca Falls.

Tickets can be purchased for $6 at WomanMade Products, 91 Fall Street, (315) 568-9364.  More information about the slate of events all weekend is available at:

Sun. December 5  @ 6pm
Thu. December 9  @ 7pm
Sat. December 11 @ 6pm
Sun. December 12 @ 1pm

WHWS will record the December 5th 9th performance for broadcast on Tuesday December 14th @ 3pm
(we had technically difficulties with recording on the 5th, sorry!)

Monday, November 22, 2010

Bill Has the Blues - Thanksgiving Special Edition

Tune in to WHWS on Thursday from 9pm to 1am for a four-hour special bluesfest celebrating Thanksgiving, courtesy of WHWS's own Bill Has The Blues!

Sunday, November 21, 2010

The William Smith Herons are San Antonio-Bound!!!

The Herons soccer team defeated Williams College 1-0 today to earn a spot in the NCAA Div.III Women's Soccer "Final Four" in San Antonio, Texas on Dec.3rd!  WHWS will be there to carry the game LIVE!

Monday, November 15, 2010

NCAA D3 Soccer Stays in Geneva for Rounds 3 & 4

On Saturday Nov.20th and Sunday Nov.21st, HWS's Cozzens Field will play host to Rounds 3 and 4 of the Div.III Women's Soccer.  WHWS will broadcast all three games, regardless of how far the Herons advance.

  • Sat. 11/20 at 11:00am : William Smith vs. Oneonta State  (WS wins 2-1)
  • Sat. 11.20 at 1:30pm : Eastern Connecticut State vs. Williams College (Williams wins 2-0)
  • Sun. 11/21 at 1:00pm :William Smith vs. Williams College
Whoever takes it all on Sunday is southward-bound as the D3 Final Four is in San Antonio, Texas, on December 3rd and 4th.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

WHWS is sponsored by Solomon Family Chiropractic

If you're an HWS student, you've got student health insurance, and that insurance often covers chiropractic visits, like those to Solomon Family Chiropractic!  Have you got:
  • Pain?
  • Stress?
  • Headaches?
  • Muscle aches?
  • Old or new sports injuries?
Solomon Family Chiropractic can help!   Located at 590 Pre-Emption Road, Suite 7, in Geneva...their services include muscle and soft tissue work, exercises, sports medicine, hot/cold packs, physical therapy, biofreeze, flexion distraction, drop, and - of course - chiropractic manipulation.

For more information or to schedule an appointment
Call (315) 789-2602 
Remember, student health insurance is accepted, so don't be in pain when you can get relief for free!

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Herons win the Liberty League!

2010 Liberty League Champs!
It was a down-to-the-wire, triple-overtime/shoot-out win, but a win is a win and the William Smith Herons are the Liberty League Women's Soccer Champions, and thus advance to the NCAA D3 playoffs.

The first round will be played at HWS's Cozzens Field.  The Herons will play Keuka College on Saturday Nov.13 at 11am.  University of Scranton and Plattsburgh play at 1:30pm.   Winner of each game plays on Sunday Nov.14 at 1:30pm.

WHWS will carry all three playoff games this weekend LIVE on 105.7FM!

Thursday, November 4, 2010

The Laramie Project on WHWS/FATSC

Tune in Friday from 11am to 1pm for Fridays at the Scandling Cafe, and this week we'll be joined by HWS Professor of Education Pat Collins early in the show to talk about The Laramie Project, a compelling docudrama, originally created by Moises Kaufman and the members of Tectonic Theatre Project, based on interviews with the residents of Laramie, Wyoming in the aftermath of the 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard, a young gay student at the University of Wyoming.  The play chronicles the ways in which the residents of Laramie struggled to come to terms with Shepard’s murder.

The play is a joint production between the HWS Theatre Program and the Geneva Theatre Guild and will take place in the Black Box Theatre at the Geneva Community Center (160 Carter Rd) on the following dates:
  • Friday and Saturday, November 5 and 6 at 7:30 p.m.
  • Sunday, November 7 at 2:00 p.m.
  • Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 11, 12, 13 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $12 adults, $10 seniors, free for HWS students with ID.   You can get them at or at the HWS College Store on St Clair Street, or at Area Records on Seneca St in Geneva, or The UPS Store on Pre-Emption Road in Geneva.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

WS Field Hockey and Soccer in the Liberty League playoffs

The William Smith Field Hockey and Soccer teams kick off the Liberty League Playoffs on Wednesday November 3rd!

  • The top-seeded 13-2 (5-0 conf) Herons Soccer team starts off at home (Cozzens Field) at 2:30pm vs. 10-4 (4-2 conf) Skidmore Thoroughbreds.
  • Then at 5:00pm the 11-7 (4-3 conf) Herons Field Hockey team goes down the Thruway to Clinton, NY to take on 16-1 (7-0 conf) Hamilton Continentals.
Catch all the game action on WHWS 105.7FM, and see for live stats!

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Schedule is Updated

We have updated the WHWS air schedule with the latest info.  Check it out!

Monday, November 1, 2010

Election Night Coverage on WHWS

Tune in Tuesday November 2nd for special election coverage on WHWS!   Democracy Now! is taking part in a special Election Night broadcast in collaboration with Free Speech TV, GritTV, the Thom Hartmann Program, the Marc Steiner Show, Mother Jones magazine and The Nation.

The coverage will be hosted by several independent media veterans, including Amy Goodman, Juan Gonzalez, Laura Flanders, Thom Hartmann, Gloria Neal, David Sirota and Marc Steiner.

Coverage will begin at 8pm and last until 2am.

Also, stop by the HWS Cellar Pub for the Midterm Election Party from 8 to 11pm.  There will be free food, favors, discussions and live updates to watch/listen to the results as they come in.   WHWS will probably be there, too, heckling poor Iva for more political analysis.  :-)