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Fifty years ago Bob Moses organized volunteers to register voters in Mississippi during the Freedom Summer.And for decades, Moses has been fighting fo...
Sometime Sunday morning, Ommy Irizarry posted a message on Facebook to mark his ninth wedding anniversary."I am very happy and can't wait to see what ...
  The Florida Medical Association's House of Delegates overwhelmingly adopted a resolution supporting Medicaid expansion to cover uninsured ...
Florida voters overwhelmingly support the idea of legalized medical marijuana according to a Quinnipiac University poll.The poll released Monday morni...
Emergency room doctors and nurses are often the only contact victims of human trafficking have with the outside world, Florida Attorney General Pam Bo...
A Florida law restricting what doctors can tell patients about gun ownership was deemed to be constitutional Friday by a federal appeals court, which ...
 

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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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Tampa's cruise industry could be heading into rough waters. Cruise ships are getting bigger, but the Sunshine Skyway Bridge isn't. A new study by the Florida Department of Transportation looks at three options: build a...

 

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Dr. Charles Lockwood (courtesy USF Health)

Dr. Charles Lockwood took the reins at USF Health and the Morsani College of Medicine this past May, and WUSF’s Mark Schreiner recently sat down with him for a revealing discussion. On this week’s University Beat on WUSF 89.7, we’ll hear from Lockwood...

A pair of USF students has opened 1Apple Grocery, a new store in Plant City that targets members of the Florida WIC program, which provides financial aid to low-income women, infants and children so that they can buy...

 

Jazz Updates

Herbie Hancock
Last month, the Jazz Journalists Association held their Annual Jazz Awards Party at The Blue Note in New York.
Monty Alexander discovered jazz at a Nat King Cole concert and played his first New York gig at Sinatra’s old haunt called “Jilly’s.” Alexander offers fresh, inventive readings on “Sweet Lorraine,” “...
For his uncompromising, serious music, the 2011 Newport Jazz Festival was eager to present Charles Lloyd. He could bring any group, they told him. Charles said he would bring Sangam (means confluence...
 

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Evening Masterwork: Camille Saint-Saens - Piano Concerto No. 2
It has been said that Camille Saint-Saens was an even more prodigious talent than Mozart. He wrote all five of his piano concertos for his own performance. Tonight on the Evening Masterwork at 7:00...
 

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What's Worth $45 Million — Or More? One Viola
Sotheby's auction house plans to announce the sale of a rare viola made by Antonio Stradivari in 1719. The minimum bid is $45 million. Back in 1964, it went for $81,000 — which, accounting for...
New York Philharmonic's Lead Fiddler Rests His Bow
The concertmaster more than any other individual musician in an orchestra can really affect not just the sound, but the whole attitude, the whole approach to music. Glenn Dicterow joined the New York...
 

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