94.3 WYBC | The Rhythm of the City
  • 1912 - Birthday of Dorothy Irene Height in Richmond, Virginia. Height, president of the National Council of Negro Women for more than three decades, organized a successful drive to place a statue of Mary McLeod Bethune in a District of Columbia park. Once erected, the statue became the first of an African American in a public park in Washington, D.C.

    1837 - Blacks win the right to vote in Canada.

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  • Back 2 The 80s featuring Doug E Fresh, Slick Rick, Big Daddy Kane, Jalile & Ecstasy of Whodini, Al B Sure, Cherrelle and more comes to The Bushnell on April 14. Tickets are on sale at www.bushnell.org.

    Keep listening to WYBC for your chance to win tickets! You can also enter to win a pair of tickets: Go Register ->  

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  • I Love The 90s featuring Vanilla Ice, Salt N' Pepa, Color Me Badd, Coolio, Rob Base & Young MC comes to Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport on Wednesday July 12th. Tickets are on sale at www.ticketmaster.com.

    Keep listening to WYBC for your chance to win tickets! 

    You can also enter to win a pair of tickets: Go Register ->  

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  • Powered by Ricky D's Rib Shack, 302 Winchester Ave, New Haven

    WYBC and Ricky D's Rib Shack want to give you free lunch with the WYBC Personalities! Enter to win lunch for you and a guest at the WYBC Studio in New Haven with Juan, Banesha and Wanda!

    Enter here to win: Go Register ->  

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  • The Connecticut Mission of Mercy's Free Dental clinic returns to the Floyd Little Athletic Center in New Haven on April 7 & 8. The two day clinic provides free dental care to the underserved and uninsured in Connecticut – those that would otherwise go without dental care.
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  • Sisters’ Journey Survivor of the Month: Cynthia Cherish Malaran
    At age 39, I was diagnosed with a triple positive breast cancer that immediately altered the course of my life. Or did it? One has to wonder if DNA, a strong family history of breast cancer, a fighter’s spirit and creative tenacity were put in place from a young age so that this diagnosis could happen for a bigger purpose.
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  • 94.3 WYBC, Kiddie Kabz, Philpot Law, New Haven Public Schools, Interim Superintendent of Schools Dr. Reginald Mayo and Mayor Toni Harp celebrate this month's "I Rise" Student of the Month! This month we celebrate Miniya Ture, who shines by going the extra mile, tackling challenges and overcoming adversity to rise up!
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  • A Mother's Day Celebration starring Kirk Franklin, Marvin Sapp, and Anita Wilson comes to The Bushnell in Hartford on Saturday May 13th at 7pm. Tickets are on sale at www.bushnell.org

    Listen Sundays to Sweet Sounds of Praise to win tickets!

    You can also enter to win tickets: Go Register ->  

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  • The New Haven Food Truck Festival invites you to enjoy the savory choices of great New Haven street food, on our historic Long Wharf waterfront. This family friendly event on Saturday June 3rd will feature delicious food, live music, children's activities, and more!
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  • Powered by Whalley Drug, 399 Whalley Avenue in New Haven
    Take A Loved One to the Doctor is a targeted campaign to raise health awareness in the Black community. Keep listening to 94.3 WYBC for Tom Joyner's Take A Loved One to the Doctor Reminder, powered by Whalley Drug, 399 Whalley Avenue in New Haven.
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  • Get health tips from the experts every Wednesday on "Get Well Wednesdays" on The Tom Joyner Morning Show. If you missed last week's segment, listen to the podcast at www.blackamericaweb.com. Powered by Mindmap: A Clear Path To Mental Health

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  • Find out what's happening in our community!

    Visit the WYBC Community Calendar!

    Have an event that you want listed? Submit your event to wandacoppage@gmail.com.

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