By later this afternoon, we should know who the next President of the University of South Florida will be.
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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
The premiere of Beethoven’s seventh symphony was perhaps the most wildly successful of his career, and the work received repeat performances 3 times in the 10 weeks following the concert. The work was an immediate favorite, a newspaper reporting that “applause rose to the point of ecstasy” after one of these performances. Hear it tonight at 7, our Evening Masterwork on Classical WSMR. more...
By later this afternoon, we should know who the next President of the University of South Florida will be. The four finalists sit down Friday for one last interview with the USF Board of Trustees in Tampa. After that, the board is expected to vote on who will succeed Judy Genshaft.
All Night Jazz
Program: All Night Jazz
Tonight on All Night Jazz, Mike Cornette bellies up to the bar to commemorate the anniversary of Wes Montgomery’s timeless recording of Tequila on the Jazz Trip @ Ten and other highball highlights. Plus more from our two focus artists of the week, singer and pianist Nat King Cole and vibraphonist Joe Locke. Then later, at midnight, it’s our 12 O’clock-tail: another version of Billy Strayhorn’s...more...
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