Gov. Rick Scott announced last week that the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is partnering with "world-renowned red tide experts" to test ways of mitigating toxic red tide algae...
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For nearly seven decades, generation after generation has operated Carlos Bonnet-Vargas’ bookstand on the colorful streets of Old San Juan. With painted green shelves, messy piles of books and magazines and Puerto Rican flags flying high, the kiosk has attracted enough customers to keep each owner afloat. But after Hurricane Maria, Bonnet-Vargas...
Program: Evening Masterwork
Beethoven composed his Septet in E-flat in 1799 and the work encapsulates all of the musical entertainments of that century – it sits in the Classical serenade and divertimento tradition. Audiences and performers alike loved Beethoven’s Septet – so much so that Beethoven ranted until the day he died about the fact that it often overshadowed his masterpieces. And shortly after the Septet’s...more...
State wildlife officials reported this past Friday that elevated levels of the organism Karenia brevis are persisting along Florida's gulf coast , which is creating toxic red tide algae blooms from Pinellas County down to Collier County.
All Night Jazz
Program: All Night Jazz
Tonight on All Night Jazz, the "Other Nine to Five," Mike Cornette goes back in time to the birth of bebop on the Jazz Trip@Ten with the "52nd Street Theme" from Bud Powell. Plus more from our focus artist of the week, singer John Hendricks. Then later, on the Midnight Standard, we'll hear a version of Thelonious Monk's "'Round Midnight." The adventure begins tonight at nine on WUSF 89.7 more...
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