Cold weather has once again kept citrus farmers on edge, St. Petersburg Fire Officials stated that 3 people ended up in the hosptal over the weekend suffering from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, and Governor Charlie Crist spoke at the annual Republican Party of Florida meeting over the weekend.
How does drawing the human foot help form better physicians? This week’s University Beat on WUSF-TV/DT visits a humanities class in USF’s College of Medicine to see the role that art plays in educating the doctors of tomorrow.
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USF Medical School students are taking the next step in their education by sketching the feet of classmates and faculty members in an effort to get the “stories within the body part.” This week’s University Beat on WUSF 89.7 FM takes you to the “On Doctoring” class to find out how learning about the “art of medicine” can help produce better physicians.
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Lois LaCivita Nixon, PHD, MAT, MLitt, MPH
Professor, Internal Medicine, USF Division of Medical Ethics & Humanities
The Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the third annual Celebration of the Arts to be held at the Shops at Wiregrass on Saturday, April 10, 2010 10am-7 and Sunday, April 11, 2010 11am-5pm.
When long time Tampa drummer Jason Stander put together his new quartet , he sought musicians that could play with intensity and emotion. He has found that in this current setup with Richard Jiminez joining him on bass, Paul Keesling on vibraphones, and saxophonist Joel Kruger. The room at the Old World Cheese Shop is the perfect place to host this weekly jazz session.
Long time Tampa drummer Jason Stander has been stepping further and further into the local jazz scene for awhile. Now, he's put together a new jazz quartet that has set out to play jazz “on fire”. Joining him is vibraphonist Paul Keesling, bassist Richard Jiminez , and saxaphone player Joel Kruger. They get together every Wednesday night at Lenny's Latin Cafe' for some jazz and great food.
Unitarian Universalists of Clearwater will host an interfaith worship service on Thursday, Jan. 14 at 7:30 PM. The service will feature reflections and prayers by religious leaders representing Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim,and Unitarian Universalist faith traditions.
As our kick-off event for the Bertha Palmer Centennial Year, we are pleased to be able to present to you Sally Sexton Kalmbach, Chicago historian, historical tour entrepreneur and author of The Jewel of the Gold Coast: Mrs. Potter Palmer's Chicago