Journalism students at USF St. Petersburg are making local black history more accessible. Eillin Delapaz has more on University Beat.
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WUSF News is looking for student journalists ready for the opportunity to work in a professional newsroom. We're taking applications for a trio of internships for the Spring 2019 semester, including the Stephen Noble Internship - a semester-long chance to develop into a public radio reporter.
Florida Matters host Robin Sussingham recently moderated a community discussion about veteran entrepreneurs with professionals who've been working on training and educating former soldiers on skills they need. Not only to integrate back into society, but to take on the risks and rewards of being an entrepreneur. The panel took place in front of a...
Program: Evening Masterwork
The Second Piano Concerto by Mendelssohn is a characteristic work from the composer: dramatic themes, virtuosic displays, and even some meditative moments. The work was premiered in 1837 with the composer as soloist, and it is a much more patient piece than the composer’s first piano concerto. Throughout the work, the orchestra serves to color the piano in a way where it is more than just an...more...
African-American history in South St. Petersburg dates back over 150 years. The area known today as Midtown is a community full of native residents who have passed down stories from generation to generation. But, as people pass and memories fade, so can the rich history which lies there.
All Night Jazz
Program: All Night Jazz
Tonight on All Night Jazz, the “Other Nine to Five,” Mike Cornette will take the A Train uptown to Harlem on the Jazz Trip @ Ten with music from the late super-drummer Alphonse Mouzon, on the 70th anniversary of his birth. Plus more music featuring our focus artist of the week, bassist Scott Colley. Then later, just in time for “hump day,” we’ll hear another version of Duke Ellington’s “Caravan...more...
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