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In this week's podcast, Florida Matters host Robin Sussingham sits down with Lillian Dunlap, the executive director of Your Real Stories and creator of Story Days in Tampa Bay . The annual storytelling festival has just finished up, and Robin asks Lillian what she hopes listeners will come away with. SUBSCRIBE!
Program: Evening Masterwork
Tonight on Classical WSMR, weâll feature the only work Beethoven ever wrote for more than one solo instrument. His âTriple Concertoâ for Violin, Cello and Piano has been recorded by some of the most stellar performers of our time. Tune in to hear it tonight at seven on Classical WSMR. 2126882438
Near the start of the school year, the University of South Florida held a volunteer fair in the Marshall Student Center on the Tampa campus. While dozens of different clubs and organizations used whatever methods they could to get studentsâ attention, all four furry members of the Puppy Raisers Club had to do was sit there and wag their tails.
All Night Jazz
Tonight on All Night Jazz, the âOther Nine to Five,â Whitney James kicks off a week-long tribute to trumpet legend Dizzy Gillespie. Plus a visit to Spain on the Jazz Trip@Ten. Then later, on the Midnight Standard, weâll hear a version of âMisty.â The adventure begins tonight at nine on WUSF 89.7. more...