Make your next party a salty affair with a full service raw bar. Brad Kaplan and Iona Sea Farms have generously donated their product and their services to benefit WOMR and you can reap the rewards. Click here to place your bid. Auction closes at 4pm on Friday May 31.
Put our shirt on your back
Your donation of $60 or more entitles you to one of our stylish new T-shirts as a thank you gift (tattoos not included)
Donate your old records to support community radio. We’d love to see what you’ve got, and we’ll share them with our DJs and turn them into cash by listing them for sale. It’s a win for everybody. You get closet space back, folks get to enjoy that music you’ve been hiding and the station gets money to pay our bills.
No old records? No problem! Perhaps you’ve got an old vehicle taking up space in your driveway or even in your yard. We’ll take it off your hands. Boat? Motorcycle? Yup, we’ll take those too, no matter the condition – it doesn’t even need to run. Just call our partners at 866-966-7123 and they’ll take care of the rest. Check out the details or handle everything online at their website.
Ira Wood is the host of a weekly interview program called The Lowdown. For over five years the show has covered national and local trends.
Interviewing authors, politicians, and scientists, as well as cops, junkies, farmers, and comedians, has enabled him to indulge a lifelong compulsion to pester people with questions. His guests have included the famous and infamous, but rarely the vapid. In his experience, there are no boring guests or subjects, only unprepared and self-indulgent interviewers. His 5-minute essays, which he calls ‘Rooneys’ in homage to the American radio and television writer Andy Rooney, air most Fridays at the end of the station’s weekly news magazine.
Ira currently serves as the President of the WOMR Board of Directors. Plaudits and complaints about the station will be cheerfully received: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Lowdown with Ira Wood, Tuesdays at 12:30 PM< All DJs
Matters of Opinion, most Fridays, capping the WOMR News