April Fool’s Day on April 3rd? Why not? Today is the annual April Fool’s Day laughapalooza on Detour, the folk, roots and world music show, 5-7pm, only on 89.7 WTMD and wtmd.org. (The show will be available for streaming at www.DetourRadio.com for two weeks, or until the Sturgeon General of the United States declares it to be a public health hazard, whichever comes first.)
The annual Detour April Fool’s Day show!
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