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Plaintiffs say newly drawn congressional districts still favor Republicans and discourage black representation in Central Florida.But the defense argu...
Invest 96 has a medium chance of developing into a tropical storm by the weekend, and long range forecast models are beginning to hint at a potential ...
Human trafficking is the topic of a special Florida Matters show scheduled to air Tuesday, Aug. 26 at 6:30 p.m. and again Sunday, Aug. 31 at 7:30 a.m....
In times of strife, people try to find comfort any way they can—and sometimes, it's in art.The power of dance was on display for a group of Palestin...
A list of "cutting-edge" scientists who have the most influence on their fields -- using citations by other scholars as the yardstick -- includes 15 r...
Lakeland Regional Medical Center’s plan to launch a medical residency program could hinge on a meeting between hospital leadership and the Center fo...
 

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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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Ever wonder exactly what happens to your body when you're on a roller coaster? We are taking you along for the ride at Busch Gardens in Tampa, and talking to a ride engineer and a doctor about how to keep that adrenaline rush...

 

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Disabled & able-bodied dancers perform at Sareyyet Ramallah in Palestine's West Bank (courtesy Dwayne Scheuneman)

St. Petersburg student Dwayne Scheuneman runs a local dance company that features both disabled and able-bodied performers. The wheelchair-bound Scheuneman recently worked in the Middle East with a Palestinian dance company that has teachers and students...

Dwayne Scheuneman (l) performs w/Palestinian dancer Adel Mashriky (courtesy Dwayne Scheuneman)

USF St. Petersburg education major Dwayne Scheuneman is a veteran, an athlete, and a teacher of dance to both disabled and able-bodied children. That latter skill recently brought him to Palestine's West Bank, where his class...

 

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Everybody Digs Bill Evans
Bill Evans had a huge influence on future generations of musicians. His lyrical and introspective playing, and the way members of his trio interacted with one another, established new standards in...
Oscar Peterson was born in Montreal, 89 years ago this weekend. His amazing virtuosity and 'Will to Swing' (the title of his biography by Gene Lees) made Peterson a worldwide favorite for decades,...
Dee Dee Bridgewater takes us back to the Caramoor Jazz Festival, just north of New York City, this week. And performing on stage is...Dee Dee Bridgewater! Join us Friday night for a set that includes...
 

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The Great War At 100: Music Of Conflict And Remembrance
One hundred years ago, the Austro-Hungarian Empire declared war on Serbia. The conflict drew in country after country and grew to an unprecedented scale. Among the dead and the survivors were...
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...
 

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