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A low pressure area is becoming more organized, and has a high chance of becoming a tropical cyclone in the next five days.It's located in the southwe...
Florida State University trustees have signed off on a $430,ooo a year five-year contract for incoming president, John Thrasher.Thrasher will live in ...
Officials at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg have canceled a five-day visit by 14 African journalists that was to begin Oct. 31, becaus...
Gov. Rick Scott tapped Florida Department of Corrections Secretary Michael Crews two years ago to oversee an agency that is responsible for more than ...
Florida's candidates for attorney general met for their first and only debate earlier this month in the studios of Bay News 9.We will bring you the hi...
Netflix, there's going to be a new player in your neighborhood.  HBO has announced that next year it is launching a standalone online service, me...
By many measures, Republican Rick Scott should have a strong case for a second term as governor.Elected four years ago, the former businessman reduced...
 

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FL Wildlife Corridor Expedition
Four explorers spent 100 days walking and kayaking the length of Florida, from the tip of the Everglades to the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia. The mission – to publicize the need to connect the state’s remaining wild areas.
 

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More and more these days, farms are coming to the city. Laws have been changing around the state that make it easier for suburban homeowners to dabble in backyard agriculture. We're taking a look at this "do-it-yourself"...

 

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The 2014 USF College of Business Scholarship luncheon (photo courtesy Hilary Lehman)

The recent USF College of Business Scholarship Luncheon honored around 175 students who received almost $400,000 dollars in awards. On this week’s rebroadcast of University Beat on WUSF 89.7, we meet some of the award-winning students, who shared their...

Veteran Gordon "Skip" Beadle tests out the CAREN Simulator

It’s a million dollar-plus, state-of-the-art virtual reality simulator that’s bringing together University of South Florida engineers and health practitioners to assist those with reduced motor skills. We'll introduce you to...

 

Jazz Updates

Wallace Roney
In the late 1960s, saxophonist Wayne Shorter wrote a number of large ensemble works for his employer at the time, trumpeter Miles Davis. They were never recorded, and eventually forgotten.
This Sunday's Piano Jazz is a show from 1999, recorded before a live audience at the Museum of Television and Radio in New York, with Marian welcoming vocalist Cassandra Wilson.
After 20 years of bringing us great performances from stages around the nation, JazzSet is closing up shop after this week.
 

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Live Performance at the Sarasota studio: The Perlman Music Program - pianist Michael Bukhman
The Perlman Music Program/ Suncoast has alumni coming to Sarasota to perform for local schools as part of their Education Outreach Program, but they’re going to stop by our Sarasota Broadcast and...
Masters And Disasters: The Met Opera Quiz
At the Metropolitan Opera, drama is usually onstage. But for the past several months, it's been in the newspapers. Now that the embattled Metropolitan Opera has surmounted most of its labor squabbles...
 

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