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Futuristic City
On the next Florida Matters, we look into our crystal ball and envision the Tampa Bay area in the year 2057. How will Tampa look and feel in the next 50 years?
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Eva Frank and Lynne Brolly
Eva Frank shares memories of being young, Jewish and scared in Hungary following the outbreak of World War II. Among her tales as told to daughter Lynne Brolly: Escaping to Paris on one of the last trains out of her ancestral country at a time when a scarcity of food and freedom forced strangers to depend on each other for survival. Both women now live in Sarasota.
March 17, 2006

Music credits: Exit Music (For a Film) performed by Brad Mehldau, written by Thom Yorke and Radiohead, Art of the Trio vol. 4 – Back at the Vanguard, Warner Bros. Records

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The Florida Department of Children and Families came under fire recently over its handling of the mentally ill at jails and other correctional facilities. The issue has become so serious that Governor Bush has called for an emergency meeting of the Legislative Budget Commission to address the issue in January. Join Carson Cooper for an in depth discussion on the next Florida Matters.
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Cherie Johnson and James Ransom
Cousins James Ransom and Cherie Johnson are third-generation Floridians from a large, extended family that settled in Tampa, Bradenton, New Smyrna Beach and Daytona Beach. Each generation has served in the community as volunteers and community activists beyond their varied professions of farmers, tailors, insurance salesmen and running a variety of businesses. James' mother, Hallique Rogers, a much loved dental hygienist, taught her children to be community-oriented “people servants.'' “It's part of our genetic strain,'' says James.
January 27, 2006

Music credits: Testifyin' by Benny Green, Who It Is You Are, Savoy Records

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Dr. Philip Adler
Pediatrician Philip Adler, a well-known and highly regarded fixture in Tampa’s medical history, talks about the community’s struggles to integrate Florida’s hospitals. Dr. Adler led the effort to provide equal medical care to all patients — black and white, young and old — starting in the 1950s when he flew into town from Boston with a new degree and a fresh perspective.
May 5, 2006

Music credits: Gymnopédie No. 1 by Erik Satie, arranged and performed by Christopher Parkening, Christopher Parkening The Great Recordings, EMI Classics

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The Florida Department of Children and Families came under fire recently over its handling of the mentally ill at jails and other correctional facilities. The issue has become so serious that Governor Bush has called for an emergency meeting of the Legislative Budget Commission to address the issue in January. Join Carson Cooper for an in depth discussion on the next Florida Matters.
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elderly woman drinking
Drug and alcohol abuse is often thought of as a problem among teens and young adults, but experts say that alcoholism and drug abuse have reached epidemic proportions among older adults. And, as the "Baby Boomer" generation starts to reach retirement age, addiction and recovery experts are bracing for a dramatic increase in the number of elder addicts.
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Millie Finkel
Millie Finkel shares her memories of her battle with breast cancer and how her experience turned out to be a positive influence in her life.

The Living Years by Mike + The Mechanics, The Living Years, Atlantic Records

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