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  • Students Hold Town Hall

    On the five-month anniversary of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, some of the students brought their "Road to Change" bus tour to Tampa.

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  • 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 Masterworks: Chopin

    Chopin's wrote only two piano concertos in his lifetime, and they were composed as virtuoso showpieces for the travelling pianist. It’s our Evening Masterwork tonight at 7 on Classical WSMR.

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  • All Night Jazz: The Serpent's Tooth

    For World Snake Day, Steve Splane will slither into the snake pit on our Jazz Trip @ Ten including the song "The Serpent's Tooth." The adventure begins at 9:00 PM on WUSF 89.7

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WUSF News

Can the deep-red Florida Statehouse follow Virginia and expand Medicaid? Highly unlikely anytime soon, many state political analysts say.

Florida Matters

Florida Matters: School Security
The news that 17 people, including young teenagers, had been gunned down in Parkland while going about their school day on Valentine’s Day this year sent shocks of outrage, anguish and calls to do something to prevent such a... more...

Classical WSMR

Frederic Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 1 in e minor, Op. 11
Program: Evening Masterwork
It's a bit absurd now to imagine having to defend Chopin's two astounding piano concertos, but early on in the 20th century, the works were coming under fire. One critic wrote that the concertos were "not Chopin at his very best," and even said of the Concerto No. 1 that it was "too much in the nature of a technical study." The composer was only 20 when he composed the Piano Concerto No. 1, and...more...

University Beat

"Restricted" runs at the USF Contemporary Art Museum through August 8.
WUSF’s occasional “Art Populi” series is currently featuring art museums and galleries around Tampa Bay. The University of South Florida’s Contemporary Art Museum is showing off some of the hidden gems of its 5,000 piece collection this summer with an exhibition called “Restricted.” On University... more...

All Night Jazz

Steve Splane: Philly Joe Jones
Program: All Night Jazz
Tonight on All Night Jazz, the "Other Nine to Five," for World Snake Day, Steve Splane will slither into the snake pit on our Jazz Trip @ Ten including the song "The Serpent's Tooth" with a who's who of jazz persona including Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Sonny Rollins and our focus artist of the week, drummer Philly Joe Jones. Then later, on the Midnight Standard, we'll hear another version of...more...

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