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  • Soft Music = Healthier Food

    A USF marketing professor has published a study that found both the kind of music being played at a restaurant or supermarket, as well as the volume, can affect whether people make healthy food... more...

     
  • 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 Masterwork: Mozart Clarinet Quintet

    Clarinetist Anton Stadler was a featured performer for this work, and, of course, all of Mozart's great clarinet works were composed with Stadler in mind. Our Evening Masterwork tonight at 7 PM on... more...

     
  • All Night Jazz: "Scheherazade"

    Prepare for a 1001 nights of tales, as Jackson Harpe visits with "Scheherazade" on the Jazz Trip @ Ten plus more music from Eric Dolphy and George Russell. The adventure begins tonight at 9:00 PM... more...

     

WUSF News

For most of her childhood, growing up in southeastern Pennsylvania, Kelly Zimmerman felt alone and anxious. She despaired when her mother was depressed or working late shifts; when her parents fought nonstop; when her friends wanted to come over, and she felt too ashamed to let them see her home's buckling floor, the lack of running water. Kelly...

Florida Matters

Florida Matters: Life After The Parkland Shooting
Seniors at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland recently celebrated graduation, but they had to do so while still dealing with the trauma from the February mass shooting. This week on Florida Matters, we meet one of... more...

Classical WSMR

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Clarinet Quintet in A K 581
Program: Evening Masterwork
No one is sure why Mozart was tasked to compose his Clarinet Quintet in A, though it was first premiered at the end of 1789 at a benefit concert for musicians’ widows and orphans. Interestingly, enough, the movements of the quintet was also premiered in separately amongst other works – common for the time, but totally unorthodox today. Clarinetist Anton Stadler was a featured performer for this...more...

University Beat

Minh Duong Dinh credits Pell Grants with helping him graduate debt-free from USF with a degree in chemical engineering. (Courtesy USF Communications)
According to a study by a national think tank, the University of South Florida is one of the top public universities in the country at serving lower-income students. We’ll learn why, and meet a recent graduate who received help from a Pell Grant, the federal financial aid available for such... more...

All Night Jazz

Jackson Harpe: “Scheherazade”
Program: All Night Jazz
Tonight prepare for a 1001 nights of tales, as Jackson Harpe visits with “Scheherazade” on the Jazz Trip@Ten. Plus more music from our two focus artists of the week, saxophonist Eric Dolphy and composer George Russell. Then later, on our Midnight Standard, we’ll hear another version of Jerome Kern’s  “All The Things You Are.” more...

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