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  • Putnam's Vo-Tech Pay Claims

    WUSF's Steve Newborn with Allison Graves of PolitiFact Florida take a closer look at Adam Putnam's claims that welders come out of tech schools making $28 an hour.

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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 Masterwork: Schubert

    When Franz Schubert was 17, he wrote his Symphony No. 2 in B-flat, which was quite the achievement for a young composer. Hear it tonight, our Evening Masterwork at 7:00 PM on Classical WSMR.

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  • All Night Jazz: Charlie "Bird" Parker

    Dominic Walker will head to the Barber Shop for "Another Hairdo" from Charlie "Bird" Parker, featuring focus artist of the week Miles Davis. The adventure begins tonight at 9:00 PM on WUSF 89.7... more...

     

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Just in time for hurricane season, Sarasota County is introducing a plan to help transport people who can’t drive to evacuation centers.

Florida Matters

Florida Matters: Navigating The Medical Marijuana Industry
More and more Floridians every week are signing up for access to medical marijuana, and with over 100,000 patients already on the registry, there is clearly money to be made. This week on Florida Matters we talk with people who... more...

Classical WSMR

Johannes Brahms: Piano Quintet in f Op. 34
Program: Evening Masterwork
The Piano Quintet in f minor by Johannes Brahms had a bit of a rocky history. First, Brahms imagined the work as a string quintet, but violinist Joseph Joachim claimed that the music wasn’t suited for that instrumentation. So, Brahms refashioned it as a sonata for two pianos…. But then Clara Schumann, whom he wrote it for, was not satisfied, and asked the composer to change it back to the way it...more...

University Beat

Samaa El-Kolalli (left) speaks to the group of students who came out to volunteer to feed the homeless with Project Downtown Tampa.
For most college students, Friday nights are a time to wind down and begin the weekend. But for one group at the University of South Florida, it’s a chance to give back to their community. Hafsa Quraishi and University Beat on WUSF Public Media introduces us to Project Downtown Tampa, a student... more...

All Night Jazz

Jackson Harpe: Miles Davis
Program: All Night Jazz
On the “Other Nine to Five,” Jackson Harpe returns with a “Solar” adventure to the sun featuring focus artist of the week Miles Davis on our Jazz Trip@Ten. Then later, on our Midnight Standard, we’ll hear another version of Jerome Kern’s  “All The Things You Are.” The adventure begins tonight at nine on WUSF 89.7. [Photo: NPR_HultonArchive_gettyimages] more...

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