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  • Communities Fear Being Overlooked After Irma

    Many smaller communities in Florida's rural counties are still suffering from Hurricane Irma's aftermath and need basic resources.

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  • Chris Tarrant: Extreme Railways

    One Way Ticket to Siberia. Chris Tarrant sets out to reach the northernmost railway station on Earth inside Russia's Arctic Circle. Wednesday September 20, 8:00 PM

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WUSF News

Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc not only on people and buildings, but on nature. Birds were pushed by the winds from the Caribbean into Florida, and the Category 3 storm washed away beaches and bird habitat in the Everglades and Florida Keys. WUSF's Steve Newborn talks with Eric Draper, executive director of Florida Audubon, about Irma's impact. Here...

Florida Matters

Florida Matters: After Hurricane Irma
Hurricane Irma was the strongest storm to hit Florida in 12 years, and it impacted nearly the entire state -- from wind damage and storm surge, to evacuations, gas shortages and of course the loss of power for millions. Our... more...

Classical WSMR

Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 1 in C, Op. 21
Program: Evening Masterwork
When the 29-year-old Beethoven composed and published his First Symphony, many listened on, oblivious to how the composer would soon transform the symphonic genre. While the work was often grouped alongside the symphonies of Mozart and Haydn, critics also repeatedly used the word “masterpiece” in describing it. Beethoven’s Symphony No. 1 represents Beethoven at the height of his Classical prowess...more...

University Beat

(courtesy Magdalena Roeseler)
Whether overindulging your dog could encourage them to misbehave or if there are ways to increase your emotional connection with your cat, there is a science to our relationships with our pets. A researcher at USF Sarasota-Manatee is looking at how the interactions between humans and their animals... more...

All Night Jazz

Jerome Kern
Program: All Night Jazz
Tonight on All Night Jazz, the “Other Nine to Five,” it’ll be Night and Day with Jackson Harpe on the Jazz Trip@Ten. Plus more music from our focus artist of the week, saxophonist John Coltrane. 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 9 on WUSF 89.7. (photo: Alfredo Valente) more...

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