WUSF 89.7 News' Daily Newscast for Tuesday, October 27, 2009

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President Obama visits Arcadia to check out the nation's largest solar energy plant, PSC trying to balance energy costs and conservation, gasoline prices rising and Sarasota County officials balancing public access to a favorite beach with protection of a tiny bird.
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WUSF 89.7 News' "Morning Edition with Carson Cooper" for Tuesday, October 27, 2009

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President Obama visits Arcadia to check out the nation's largest solar energy plant, PSC trying to balance energy costs and conservation, gasoline prices rising and local schools begin swine flu vaccinations.
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WUSF 89.7 News' "All Things Considered with Susan Giles Wantuck and Joshua Stewart" for Monday, October 26, 2009

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President Obama and U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi touring Florida and Fidel Castro's younger sister is telling a Miami TV station she worked with the CIA.
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Florida Daily News Summary for Monday, October 26, 2009

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Search is still on for the killer of seven-year-old Somer Thompson in Clay County, Tampa Bay Area Regional Transportation Authority says it's time to roll on some projects and President Obama and U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi touring Florida.
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WUSF 89.7 News' "Morning Edition with Carson Cooper" for Monday, October 26, 2009

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Search is still on for the killer of seven-year-old Somer Thompson in Clay County, Tampa Bay Area Regional Transportation Authority says it's time to roll on some projects and the Food and Drug Administration is thinking about new limits on the sale of oysters.
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USF students & Rocky the Bull begin the "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes"
While the image of male USF students walking around campus in high heels is pretty funny, the reason why a few hundred of them recently did so is decidedly serious. This week's University Beat on WUSF-TV takes you to "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes," an event designed to raise awareness about relationship violence and sexual assault.

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USF St. Pete “Lead, Learn and Serve” students meet w/local community leaders
Students in USF Saint Petersburg’s Leadership program are teaming up with faculty and local community members on “Creating Sustainable Communities,” a project inspired by author and educator Margaret J. Wheatley. This week’s University Beat on WUSF 89.7 FM tells you more about the project and Dr. Wheatley’s upcoming appearance at USF Saint Pete.
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More of USF's "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" event with some of the organizers and participants.

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Stephen Ritch, Director of the USF St. Petersburg Bishop Center for Ethical Leadership, answers the questions “Why the concept of ‘Creating Sustainable Communities’ and what does such work entail?”

Stephen Ritch talks about how the Leadership program and the Sustainable Communities project fit into USF’s overall goals.

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Len Pollizzotto Q&A on Draper Labs
TAMPA (2009-10-26)
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Daniel Binelli - Tango Rhythms on the Bandoneón

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The Florida Orchestra opened its Masterworks series with Rhythms on Fire, a colorful splash of passionate Latin and Spanish classical music, including Astor Piazzolla’s Double Concerto for Guitar and Bandoneón, a popular tango instrument. Piazzola was an Argentine Bandoneón player and tango composer who fell in love with classical music, became classically trained and created a unique fusion of tango with classical that became internationally popular. WUSF 89.7 classical music host Coleen Cook previewed the concert with an internationally renowned master of the Bandoneón, Argentina’s famous tango master Daniel Binelli, who worked with composer Astor Piazzolla.
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Daily News Summary for Friday, October 23, 2009

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Much of the Gulf coastline could be under water by the end of the century, according to a group of visiting scientists, federal officials lift ban on commercial citrus shipments from Florida to the 10 other states and U.S. territories that grow the crops and tax referendum to help fund light rail system is proposed.
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