Stem Cell Controversy
Some observers are "banking" on stem cell research as the source for the next major medical breakthrough. What kind of stem cell research holds the most promise? Who stands to gain the most? Will the political winds in Florida play a role in this controversial endeavor? We explore the issue with our guests.
Millie Small and George Robinson
Longtime friend Millie Small interviews Dr. George Robinson about his early days as a physician who made house calls day and night, rain or shine. Dr. Robinson attributes his success to his parents and living a good life from boyhood in Massachusetts to medical school in Pennsylvania to retirement in Florida.
XRKade Interactive Fitness Lab
USF's School of Physical Education is now the home of the XRKade Research Lab, where researchers will look at interactive video games like "Dance Dance Revolution" and similar technology-based interactive activities to see what kind of effects they have on children's physical fitness.
Property Tax Review
The State House and Florida Senate have passed their versions of property tax reform. This week, we take brief look at the history of taxes in Florida, examine the politics of tax reform and find out what the various sides are saying should happen next.
Bobbie O'Brien and Earl Quenneville
WUSF Reporter Bobbie O'Brien interviews her husband, Architect Earl Quenneville, about the love-at-first-sight momentum that has sustained them through 28 years of marriage. Listen in as they share their dreams and fears for the future, including the memories they hope will be longlasting for their grandchildren.