My living room radio is a Kloss Model One, so no digital tuner. Whatever station I found was between WBUR (90.9) and WXRV (92.5). As far as I know, the 91s are all school and community stations.
After a few selections of the kind of thing I expect to find on these stations, the station switched over to an astrology report. Not just any astrology report, but a 15-minute-long report telling me exactly what I should do and not do over the next week, all while seeming to view the planets and stars as anthropomorphic ("and by lining up and facing us in this way, Saturn is giving us a clear message..."). The best part though was how she pronounced yoo-RAW-nus. Honestly, how can anyone trust an astrologist who can't even pronounce yeranus correctly?
She's still talking about planets and stars as I write this. Oh, and has told me to close business deals and engage in creative pursuits on Rosh Hashanah. Hmm, I think if I were to get into astrology, I'd need to find a pluralist astrologer. Anyway, my own beliefs about taking astrology literally aside, I'm really quite pleased to come across an organized presence of a minority belief system. Even if it's not an orientation that works for me, I'm always reassured by evidence of people actually thinking about things.
Does anyone know what this station is?