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  • READ: The Full Mueller Report, With Redactions

    Attorney General William Barr has released a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference to Congress and the public.

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  • All Night Jazz April 21

    Whitney James kicks off a weeklong tribute to the year 1959, one of the most historic in jazz. Plus she’ll check out all the angles in geometry class on the Jazz Trip @ Ten.

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Florida lawmakers are considering several measures to address the state's long documented election woes. Problems with ballot counting - from the controversial 2000 presidential election to the 2018 statewide election - prompted Spring Hill Republican Rep. Blaise Ingoglia and two House committees to draft a bill to streamline the absentee...

Florida Matters

Florida is home to more than 500 invasive species. Not all of these plants and animals are big and scary like pythons, but they can still harm the state’s native wildlife, and a lot of time and money is spent fighting them. This week Florida Matters speaks with scientists on the front lines of this battle about how we’re doing.

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John Field: Piano Concerto No. 3 in E-flat
Program: Evening Masterwork
It’s hard to tell whether or not John Field’s third piano concert was originally meant to be a multi-movement concerto or not: it’s in two movements, rather than three, and this decision may have been made by Field’s German publishers at the time. Regardless of this, it’s well documented that what we know as the second movement was originally published in Russia as its own piece. But then there...more...

University Beat

Since 2006, the University of South Florida has brought together FBI agents and students studying to become forensic investigators for a field training day. In earlier versions, they’d meet on the Tampa campus or on the nearby grounds of MOSI and look at how the bodies of buried pigs decompose in Florida’s climate. But for the past few years, they...

All Night Jazz

Ornette Coleman
Program: All Night Jazz
Tonight  on All Night Jazz, the “Other Nine to Five,” Whitney James kicks off a weeklong tribute to the year 1959, one of the most historic in jazz. Plus she’ll check out all the angles in geometry class on the Jazz Trip @ Ten.  Then later, on the Midnight Standard, we’ll hear a version of Misty. The adventure begins tonight at nine on WUSF 89.7. more...

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