Are you frustrated because you can't seem to find a decent radio station that'll play all your favorite Ohio Players songs? Are you humiliated when your co-workers rip on your collection of the complete vinyl works of Earth, Wind & Fire? Do you lie awake at night, wondering what Rick James is doing right now? If you meet any of the above criteria, it's time you head on over to the "Center of the Online Funk Universe": www.wfnk.com
. Wfnk is a website dedicated to those genres of music that don't fall neatly into the spectrum of rock and roll. The site was created by native Clevelander Jodin Ravia and his band of dedicated volunteers to unite people from all over the country with a common bond: their love of music. Log on during your lunch break, and you can find out the latest dish on Lenny Kravitz and Macy Gray, read CD and concert reviews ranging from the Average White Band to Big Daddy Kane, sound off to others in the community on the "Boombox" message board, or just kick back and tune in to any of the three web stations on their "Radio Nutwork." Those of you with a shrine dedicated to George Clinton on your bedroom wall -- you're not alone. There's a super-freaky universe right at your fingertips.