This week on Florida Matters we talk about how development and pollution have affected some of our state’s sea life and efforts underway to promote local, sustainable seafood.
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Public commenters gave lawmakers an earful today when the implementing bill for 2018’s Amendment 4 came up in a House committee meeting. The amendment allows certain felons to vote. But that raises the question which felons can’t vote?
Historians and local old-timers say that once, Tampa Bay was overflowing with delicious oysters. And that some rivers, like the Manatee River, were once so full of mullet that they roiled the water and their noise would keep nearby residents awake at night.
Program: Evening Masterwork
In his own words, Brahms described his Second Piano concerto as “very small,” featuring a “very small and pretty scherzo.” “Very small” is a bit off the mark – Johannes Brahms’s Piano Concerto No. 2 is anything but small. It’s a giant work – nearly an hour – and it even features four movements rather than the usual three. At the time, Brahms was at the height of his fame in Europe, and he had a...more...
The four finalists in the University of South Florida presidential search are beginning a three-day whirlwind of interviews that should culminate with Friday's selection of Judy Genshaft's successor.
All Night Jazz
Program: All Night Jazz
Tonight on All Night Jazz, the State College of Florida Jazz band under the direction of Dr. Peter Carney performs in our WUSF studios in advance of their Jazz at the Movies tribute at the Neel Performing Art Center in Bradenton. Plus, Steve Splane basks in the splendor of the first day of spring throughout the evening. Then later, just in time for “hump day,” we’ll hear another version of Duke...more...
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