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  • Museum Keeps Plant City History Alive

    This week on Florida Matters we focus on the places and events that make Plant City special, like the Plant City Photo Archives and History Center. 

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  • 2018 Holiday Specials

    Join WUSF Public Media during this Holiday Season for great programming and music.

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  • Save the Date for WUSF 2019 Longest Table Event

    WUSF invites you to Save the Date for the 2019 6th annual Longest Table event! Diners enjoy an epicurean experience down the middle of Bayshore Drive in St. Petersburg

     

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  • Evening Masterwork: Mozart's Violin Concerto

    Mozart composed all five of his violin concertos in a matter of months – between April and December of 1775. Each one is longer and seems to be more epic than the one that came before it, so it’s... more...

     
  • All Night Jazz: Dec. 11 McCoy Tyner

    Tonight on All Night Jazz Jackson Harpe will go south of the border with focus artist of the week, pianist McCoy Tyner. 

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The seven candidates for Tampa mayor laid out their vision for the city's transportation infrastructure at a forum at Sparkman Wharf Tuesday night.

Florida Matters

Last month, the first installment of our series, "Telling Tampa Bay Stories," took us to Plant City, where we heard stories about the history and development of the Hillsborough County community. This week's Florida Matters highlights some of the places and events that make Plant City special.

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Program: Evening Masterwork
Mozart composed all five of his violin concertos in a matter of months – between April and December of 1775. Each one is longer and seems to be more epic than the one that came before it, so it’s no surprise that the Violin Concerto No. 5 is a work that rivals the instrumental concerto as it would appear in the next century. The Concerto is actually almost like an opera, in that the soloist is a...more...

University Beat

Last month, the first installment of our series, "Telling Tampa Bay Stories," took us to Plant City, where we heard stories about the history and development of the Hillsborough County community. This week's Florida Matters highlights some of the places and events that make Plant City special.

All Night Jazz

McCoy Tyner
Program: All Night Jazz
Tonight on All Night Jazz, the “Other Nine to Five,” on the Jazz Trip @ Ten, Jackson Harpe will go south of the border with focus artist of the week, pianist McCoy Tyner. 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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