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  • Considering Trump Impact On Travel

    Board members of Florida State's tourism-marketing arm, Visit Florida, expressed concern Tuesday over the potential international impact of President Trump on the travel industry

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  • Great American Railroad Journeys 16.1

    Michael Portillo embarks on a new railroad journey following his 1879 Appleton's Guidebook from the City of Brotherly Love south to the first permanent English colonial settlement in North America... more...

     
  • Alexander Borodin: Symphony No. 2

    It took Alexander Borodin nearly 8 years to complete his Second Symphony, and even after its premiere in 1877, the composer had to revise it because of its unpopularity. Tonight at 7 PM on... more...

     
  • All Night Jazz: Louis Armstrong

    Mike Cornette will feature music from the great Louis Armstrong, recorded on this day in jazz history, including the classic “West End Blues.,”. Tonight at 9 PM on WUSF 89.7.

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After years of debate, ground has finally been broken on the new St. Petersburg Pier . "This is a dream come true for so many in our community," Mayor Rick Kriseman said at a ceremony Wednesday. "For more than a decade, countless elected officials, community leaders, engaged citizens and city staff have poured an immeasurable amount of time and...

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America's Test Kitchen Thursday Nights 8:30 PM on WUSF 16.3 Create

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Florida Matters

Florida Matters: Veteran Suicide Part 1
Our country asks a lot of its military members, most recently during the many years of conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan. The multiple deployments during Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn... more...

Classical WSMR

Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings in C Op. 48
Program: Evening Masterwork
Tchaikovsky was pretty busy during the autumn of 1880. He was working on two pieces back-to-back, and to the composer, they were total opposites. One was an overture that he said he wrote “without any warm feelings of love and so, it will probably be of no artistic merit.” That would be his famous 1812 Overture. The other was a beautiful, Mozart-inspired serenade, and this one he seemed to like a...more...

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University Beat

USF Health faculty member Larry Collins gives new PA students a tour of the simulation lab (courtesy USF Health Communications).
Thirty students are pioneers of a sort, as they’re members of the inaugural class of the USF Health Physician Assistant program. The group is embarking on an intense two-year education process that their teachers say is as demanding as the one doctors go through. We’ll tell you about the program,... more...

All Night Jazz

Louis Armstrong
Program: All Night Jazz
Tonight on All Night Jazz, the “Other Nine to Five,” Mike Cornette will feature music from the great Louis Armstrong, recorded on this day in jazz history, including the classic “West End Blues,” which contains what many people consider to be one of the greatest trumpet solos on record. Plus, more music composed by our focus artist of the week, Richard Rodgers. Then later, just in time for “hump...more...

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