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  • Florida Matters Remembers WUSF's Carson Cooper

     This week on Florida Matters, we’re remembering our friend and colleague who died recently at the age of 58 – and the stories he shared with all of us.

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  • Marijuana As A Treatment

    Veterans want the government to reclassify marijuana to reflect its medical value so they can treat conditions ranging from pain to PTSD

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  • Evening Masterwork: Paganini

    When Nicolo Paganini premiered his Violin Concerto No. 1, it embodied a complexity and technicality that no one had ever heard before. Our Evening Masterwork, tonight at 7:00 PM on Classical WSMR... more...

     
  • All Night Jazz: Thomas Carabasi

    Mike Cornette will share music and conversation with drummer Thomas Carabasi and his New Jazz Standards Quintet. The adventure begins tonight at 9 PM on WUSF 89.7.

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WUSF News

Updated at 10:04 a.m. ET More than 300 news publications across the country are joining together to defend the role of a free press and denounce President Trump's ongoing attacks on the news media in coordinated editorials publishing Thursday, according to a tally by The Boston Globe. The project was spearheaded by staff members of the editorial...

Florida Matters

Florida Matters Remembers Carson Cooper
This week on Florida Matters, we're remembering our friend and colleague who died recently at the age of 58 – and the stories he shared with all of us.

Classical WSMR

Nicolo Paganini
Program: Evening Masterwork
Classical Music history has a long tradition of great instrumental soloists composing great works to showcase their instrument: composers like Rachmaninoff and Brahms are two great examples. Both were pianists, and both have magnificent piano concertos. Another great example? Nicolo Paganini: a violinist whose ability seemed inhuman in his lifetime, and a composer who knew exactly how to showcase...more...

University Beat

USF alum Jacqueline Darna is CEO and medical inventor of NoMo Bands.
University Beat is continuing its monthly look at entrepreneurs with ties to USF. This time, it’s a businesswoman who graduated with three degrees before inventing a scented wristband that stops nausea in both people and pets. Find out how the “NoMo Nausea” band is picking up customers around the... more...

All Night Jazz

Jackson Harpe: Pat Martino
Program: All Night Jazz
Tonight on All Night Jazz, the "Other Nine to Five," Jackson Harpe will be "Goin' to a Meeting" on the Jazz Trip@Ten with music from guitarist Pat Martino. Plus more from our focus artist of the week, pianist Bill Evans. 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 more...

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