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  • The Longest Table Tickets on Sale Now!

    Don't Miss out on WUSF's 5th annual Longest Table dining event, benefiting WUSF Public Media, showcasing prix fixe menus paired with custom adult beverages from the area’s finest restaurants.... more...

  • The Heart Of Scotland

    Join WUSF for a magnificent journey to the Highlands of Scotland and lovely Edinburgh at its finest this August! Tour dates: August 18-28th, 2018 with host WUSF Program Director Sheila Rue.

  • Fastest Growing Solar State

    Florida is increasing its solar power installations faster than almost any other state in the nation, according to a new report by the Solar Energy Industries Association.

  • Evening Masterworks: Beethoven

    Although Beethoven’s even-numbered symphonies are often overshadowed by their odd-numbered neighbors, his Fourth Symphony is not to be overlooked. Tonight at 7:00 PM on Classical WSMR.

  • All Night Jazz: Harold Mabern

    Steve Splane and Mike Cornette will sail to Jamaica with music featuring piano master Harold Mabern on his birthday. The adventure begins at 9:00 PM  on WUSF 89.7


WUSF 2018 Spring Campaign

WUSF Spring Campaign


Authorities say a Riverview man killed the mother of his children and their daughter, seriously injured their son and set their house on fire.

Florida Matters

Florida Matters: School Violence Town Hall
The deadly high school shooting in Parkland has people across the nation talking about how to make schools safer. Dozens of Tampa Bay residents and community leaders shared their thoughts on the issue at a... more...

Classical WSMR

Sergei Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 4 in g-minor
Program: Evening Masterwork
Rachmaninoff settled down in the United States in 1921 after leaving revolutionary Russia, and something about the United States must have been uninspiring to the composer: between 1918 and 1926, he composed nearly nothing new. He was extraordinarily popular, though, in the States, working as a performer moreso than a composer. Finally, in 1924, the composer was urged to begin work on a Fourth...more...

University Beat

Miguel Mora, an 16th century Spanish expolorer, shipwrecked and was taken captive by indians in what is now present day Miami. He and several others spent 10 months in captivity. Mora's story and others are told in La Florida, an interative website. (courtesy La Florida)
A University of South Florida St. Petersburg history professor spent years chronicling early Florida Spanish history. Now he's launching an interactive website that allows visitors to peer into the lives of those who helped shape Florida. Tim Fanning has a look at the site on University Beat on... more...

All Night Jazz

Steve Splane and Mike Cornette: Sail to Jamaica
Program: All Night Jazz
Tonight on the “Other Nine to Five,” Steve Splane and Mike Cornette will sail to Jamaica with music featuring piano master Harold Mabern on his birthday. Plus more music from our focus artist of the week, vibraphonist Stefon Harris. Then later, on our Midnight Standard, we’ll hear another version of Jerome Kern’s  “All The Things You Are.” [Photo: flickr_7221539@N06/6681750845] more...

Special News Reports

Health News Florida: Journalism for a Healthy State

Health News Florida

Health News Florida is the only news publication dedicated to covering health issues in the nation’s third largest state. We hold health care policy makers, powerbrokers and practitioners accountable.



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