Breakfast with Santa & Elf Workshop

Get the kids ready for the Holidays with this magical morning event! Santa Claus will be on hand to visit with everyone while a buffet breakfast is served. After breakfast, the merriment moves upstairs to the Elf Workshop where Santa’s helpers have prepared fun holiday themed art activities.

Concert in the UU Dome featuring Roy Zimmerman with Grant Peeples

Roy Zimmerman is a folk-singer-songwriter who writes and performs satirical songs about topical issues such as war, poverty, ignorance, bigotry, neo-conservatism, homophobia, greed, lust, fear, intelligent design and healthcare. His youtubes have garnered over 3 million hits.

Holiday Luncheon/Gems & Jewels

Your favorite jewelers and artists are back by popular demand to dazzle you with their unique creations. It's a great opportunity to buy a wonderful, hand-crafted present for someone special in your life — or for yourself!

Holiday Luncheon

Enjoy the magic of the holidays with your friends! Join us for a scrumptious catered lunch, browse Gems & Jewels, and stroll through the Museum’s galleries. It’s a perfect occasion in elegant holiday surroundings.

USF's Relay for Life Kick-off Event

Stop by and join USF’s Relay for Life Kick-off Event! Teams that registered early and those that are interested in registering or joining a team are welcomed! We will be discussing important information about the 2010 Relay. Registration is a key part of Relay so be sure to join us for fun, food, and drinks!

89.7 News' Morning Edition with Carson Cooper for Monday November 16th, 2009

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Today is the start of a 2 day summit in Tampa focusing on better ways to run prisons and rehab those that are detained there, Florida Agricultural Commissioner Charles Bronson argues that new EPA standards controlling farm runoff will cost Florida too much money, and Royal Carribean's Oasis of the Seas caused some traffic jams as it sailed into it's new home at Port Everglades.
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Retired U.S. Marine Gunnery Sgt. Jose Sanchez
When U.S. Armed Service members return home from Iraq and Afghanistan, many are bothered by the kind of mental trauma that isn't easily seen or diagnosed. This week's University Beat on WUSF-TV shows us how USF is working with the V-A and the Department of Defense to help non-military mental healthcare providers treat those wounded warriors. (Story originally ran week of August 3, 2009)

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Slide from the conference, "Painting A Moving Train"
Many U.S. Armed Service members come home from Iraq and Afghanistan suffering from PTSD and other unseen mental trauma, and turn to non-military medical professionals for assistance. This week's University Beat on WUSF-FM tells you how USF is trying to help those poviders treat them and also introduces you to one serviceman who's sharing his own story of struggle and recovery. (Story originally ran week of August 3, 2009)
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Retired U.S. Marine Gunnery Sgt. Jose Sanchez talks about why Marines find it difficult to talk about their mental and emotional issues after combat, the problems Reservists like himself sometimes face getting help, and why it's important both service members and their families get help.

Dr. Harold Kudler, the Mental Health Coordinator for the VA's Veterans Integrated Service Network #6, talks about Traumatic Brain Injury, or TBI, a growing problem among troops wounded in combat.

Dr. Kudler pays tribute to U.S. Navy Cmdr. Charles Keith Springle, a co-creator of the "Painting a Moving Train" program who was killed in Baghdad on May 11, 2009.

WUSF 89.7 News' Daily Newscast for Friday, November 13, 2009

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The board members who head Florida's university system met yesterday to discuss a seamless education system from Pre-K to post graduate work, Former Florida House Speaker Marco Rubio spoke to a crowd in Bradenton yesterday as he campaigns for a Senate bid, the annual football game between Tampa's Police and Fire Departments are scheduled to kick off Saturday afternoon, shuttle Atlantis launch, and former Florida House Speaker Rubio and his conservative credentials.
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WUSF 89.7 News' "All Things Considered" with Susan Giles Wantuck and Joshua Stewart for Friday, November 13, 2009

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Shuttle Atlantis launch, and former Florida House Speaker Rubio and his conservative credentials.
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Sarasota Orchestra Announces Return of Sarasota Music Festival

Graceful, softly lit hands playing a cello

Several months ago when it was announced that the Sarasota Music Festival wouldn’t happen next June, every classical music lover in the area was saddened at the news. The festival has been an institution in this area for years. However, the good news is that the generosity of a foundation has revived the 45 year Sarasota tradition.

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