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  • Plans To Expand Care

    In response to the shooting in Parkland, Florida lawmakers are providing $69 million to enhance mental health care at public schools. The money will be divided among districts based on the number... more...

  • The Longest Table Image Gallery

    WUSF invites you to enjoy images captured at the 5th annual Longest Table event. Diners enjoyed an epicurean experience at beautifully set tables  down the middle of Bayshore Drive in St.... more...

  • Evening Masterwork: Beethoven

    Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, whether he wanted it to or not, pushed the envelope forward in the world of Western Classical Music. Symphony No. 9 in d minor, Op. 125 "Choral", our Evening Masterwork... more...

  • All Night Jazz: "Quasimodo"

    On the Jazz Trip @ Ten with Mike Cornette, our destination will be Paris, with the song "Quasimodo" from Charlie "Bird" Parker. The adventure begins tonight at 9:00 PM on WUSF 89.7


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Florida Matters

Florida Matters News Roundtable: Politics, Opioid Lawsuit, Mosaic Relocation & More
Florida sues the nation’s biggest drug makers, political battles heat up and Hillsborough attracts a Fortune 500 company headquarters. Those are just some of the latest state news stories we’ll discuss with reporters on this... more...

Classical WSMR

Sergei Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 1 in f-sharp minor Op. 1
Program: Evening Masterwork
Believe it or not, Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 1 was actually a student work by the composer:  it was composed when he was just 18 years old. However, the version we know today was thoroughly revised by Rachmaninoff in 1917, more than two decades after he initially wrote the work. This version is tighter– a kind of cleaned-up version –compared to the youthful and passionate original....more...

University Beat

Samaa El-Kolalli (left) speaks to the group of students who came out to volunteer to feed the homeless with Project Downtown Tampa.
For most college students, Friday nights are a time to wind down and begin the weekend. But for one group at the University of South Florida, it’s a chance to give back to their community. Hafsa Quraishi and University Beat on WUSF Public Media introduces us to Project Downtown Tampa, a student... more...

All Night Jazz

Mike Cornette: Thelonious Monk’
Program: All Night Jazz
Tonight on the “Other Nine to Five,” Mike Cornette will travel to Spain with music from our focus artist of the week, the legendary Miles Davis, and selections from the classic “Sketches of Spain.” Then later, on the Midnight Standard, we’ll hear a version of Thelonious Monk’s  “’Round Midnight.” [Photo: bit.ly_2kUNcyp] more...

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