That has had a devastating effect on owners and employees of Cuba's 24,185 private bed-and-breakfasts and 2,170 private restaurants known as paladares.
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The University of South Florida is recruiting 1,600 elderly volunteers to determine whether computer brain exercises can prevent dementia.
Florida’s new governor Ron DeSantis has wasted no time in putting his stamp on the state. This week on Florida Matters we take a look at some of his actions so far and talk with journalists about other political happenings like the upcoming mayoral race in Tampa.
Program: Evening Masterwork
Johannes Brahms took quite a bit of time to compose his first symphony – nearly 20 years – so it may have been a shock when he churned out his second symphony essentially overnight. He composed the work in the summer of 1877, when he was staying in a picture-postcard village in Austria. When his friend Theodore Billroth later played through the symphony’s score for the first time, he wrote to the...more...
As USF St. Petersburg works to set new sustainability standards, the campus continues to implement eco-friendly projects. In 2016, USFSP adopted a Climate Action Plan and pledged to achieve two goals: to reduce its baseline greenhouse gas emissions by 50 percent by 2035 and to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
All Night Jazz
Program: All Night Jazz
Tonight on All Night Jazz, the “Other Nine to Five,” Jackson Harpe treks to the “Holy Land” on the Jazz Trip @ Ten with music from focus artist of the week, Cedar Walton. Then later, on our Midnight Standard, we’ll hear another version of Jerome Kern’s All The Things You Are. The adventure begins tonight at nine on WUSF 89.7. more...
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