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WFANWomen, Food and Agriculture Network (Atlantic, Iowa)
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Caption: Mary Hanson Harrison, President of WILPF US; Patti Naylor, farmer and WFAN board member; Kathia Ramirez, Organizer at CATA; and Ahna Kruzic, PAN.
Is WFAN actively pushing a conservative political agenda?
The celebration on Saturday 7 November will have special in-store promotions, an airbrush tattoo artist, refreshments and a live WFAN radio remote.
In an interview with "Boomer and Craig" on WFAN Sports Radio, James revealed that she met the singer-songwriter in Manhattan.
-- "Mike'D Up: Francesa on the FAN" - live weekday simulcasts of Mike Francesa's top-rated WFAN radio show.
In July 1987, WFAN in New York City became the nation's first all-sports radio station, carrying New York Mets baseball and the controversial Imus in the Morning.
Currently a co-host on the YES Network's This Week in Football program, Cross also works as a sideline analyst for WFAN's coverage of Giants' football and does work for NBC Sports.
July was supposed to be a month of celebration for WFAN, the CBS-owned New York radio station that invented the all-sports format.
Civil rights leaders Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton met CBS boss Leslie Moonves to demand his sacking from New York station WFAN.
Funny thing: The previous morning, Lieberman had been a guest, as is his regular custom, on the Don Imus radio show on WFAN, a program that seems to get the bulk of its yuks from penis references.
From WFAN and the inception of all-sports radio to WHB Kansas City "World's Happiest Broadcasters", Sports-Talk Radio in America is part history, part tribute, part testimony, and entirely enjoyable.
That morning, the program, which is produced in New York by WFAN and simulcast on MSNBC, was going to host a group of gospel singers known as the Blind Boys of Alabama.