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  • Happy Thanksgiving from WUSF

    Be Inspired this season with great programming from WUSF 89.7 and WUSF 89.1 & 103.9

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  • The Puerto Rican Migration

    This week on Florida Matters we're hosting another edition of our monthly news roundtable. We'll discuss how the Puerto Rican migration to Florida after Hurricane Maria could impact our state.

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  • Antonin Dvorak: Symphony No. 8

    In a lot of ways, the joys associated with this symphony can be related to the composer's sense of being alive in a world of natural wonders.Our Evening Masterwork tonight at 7 PM, on Classical... more...

     
  • All Night Jazz: Game Night

    It's "Game Night Friday" on the Jazz Trip @ Ten with songs like "Monopoly" and "Scrabble." Tonight at 9:00 on WUSF 89.7

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WUSF News

As travelers head to airports during the busy holiday week, airport security officials have a message: Don’t try to bring your guns on the plane.

Florida Matters

Florida Matters: Solar Power In The Sunshine State
This is the Sunshine State, so doesn’t solar power make sense? Then why does it only make up a tiny fraction of Florida’s electricity output? This week on Florida Matters we’re talking about the promise and prognosis of solar... more...

Classical WSMR

Anton Bruckner: Symphony No. 9 in d
Program: Evening Masterwork
Anton Bruckner’s Ninth Symphony was left unfinished at the time of his death in 1896, but the work is hardly unfinished sounding. In fact, the three completed movements work just fine as a work on its own, and in terms of length, those three movements make up over an hour of music. There’s also a finality to how the third (and in this case, final) movement ends: in it, Bruckner reprises themes...more...

University Beat

A crowd that included the USF Herd of Thunder marching band recently welcomed the R/V W.T. Hogarth on its maiden voyage to its new homeport in St. Petersburg.
A new, state-of-the-art research vessel is now docked at its home base in St. Petersburg. The W.T. Hogarth is a 78-foot ship that will be used by researchers from the USF College of Marine Science and almost thirty other state universities and other research insitutes that make up the Florida... more...

All Night Jazz

All Night Jazz: Jackson Harpe - Saxophone pioneer, Coleman Hawkins
Program: All Night Jazz
This week on All Night Jazz we’ll focus on saxophonist Coleman Hawkins. Born in Missouri on November 18, 1904, Hawkins helped define the tenor saxophone as a jazz instrument. Known as “The Hawk” and sometimes “The Bean”, Hawkins became a journeyman section player before coming to prominence with the Fletcher Henderson band in the mid-1930s. After a European tour in 1939, Hawkins returned to the...more...

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