News & Public Affairs11/22/04
Dr. Eli Kolp was born and educated in the former Soviet Union. In 1994, Dr. Kolp began researching Ketamine-enhanced psychotherapy while on staff at the James A. Haley Veterans' Hospital in Tampa. He continued his research until 1999, when he became disabled in an automobile accident. After more than two-and-a-half years in rehabilitative therapy, Dr. Kolp returned to part-time practice in June of 2002. He currently specializes in the treatment of alcohol addiction and limits his private prac...Be the first to comment
Femme Fatales with their Bows (Electrifying!)
EOS CHATER, one of the four women, classically trained, who comprise the group, bond. They are the best-selling string quartet of all time. These superb musicians prefer a pop-oriented approach to classical music Ã¢â¬â although they are the first to say that they are not performing classical music. Their first CD, Born, immediately rose to #2 on the Classical Chart in Europe. Purists immediately had them kicked off the Classical Chart Ã...Be the first to comment
KRISTINE BREESE, author of Cereal for Dinner. After three marathons, five triathlons, and 10 years of ignoring her symptoms, 35-year-old Kristine Breese suffered heart failure and received a pacemaker in 1999. As the mother of two young children, BreeseÃ¢â¬â¢s surgery not only saved her life, but gave her a chance to examine her priorities and build a better future for herself and her family. Cereal for Dinner (& Other Shortcuts, Strategies and Sanity for Moms Battling Illness) targets wo...Be the first to comment
SAMAR JARRAH. Samar is a Middle East scholar Ã¢â¬â she was born in Kuwait of Palestinian parents and has lived in several Middle Eastern countries. She was a Fulbright scholar, has taught Middle East studies and was a CNN reporter. She has just returned from a trip to several middle eastern countries and will talk with us about her experiences and the attitudes of the people she met toward America.Be the first to comment
As we reported last night on the Evening News, Panama City Republican Alan Bense is now the Speaker of the House in Florida, succeeding Johnny Byrd.
This past summer at a Republican Party event in Pasco County, WMNFÃ¢â¬â¢s Mark Antokas caught up with the new speaker, asking him about what his plans are for 2005 in terms of public policy (roll tape#1 o.q.Ã¢â¬? very difficultÃ¢â¬?)
ThatÃ¢â¬â¢s Alan Bense, the new Speaker of the House in Florida, being interviewed by WMNFÃ¢...Be the first to comment
A research team at the University of California at Berkeley are reporting that they have found irregularities with electronic voting machines in Florida that MAY have awarded between 130,000 to 260,000 or more excess votes to George W. Bush in this year s Presidential election.
The research was led by Cal professor Michael Hout, who hosted a nationwide teleconference from the Berkeley Campus today.
In 2000, ,Florida s Presidential election between Al Gore and Ge...Be the first to comment
Saturday is National Adoption day. To celebrate early, dozens of families officially adopted children at the Criminal justice center in Clearwater this morning. But outside the building, a contingent of social justice groups launched the coalition for fair adoption; a group that will be pushing to have the Florida law changed which makes it illegal for gay couples to adopt children.<p
ACT Ã¢â¬ÅInside this courthouse, hundreds are having adoption. And we celebra...Be the first to comment
After President Bush s relatively easy victory over John Kerry in this year s Presidential Election of Florida, some analysts are now saying that Florida is no longer a swing state but has became a solid conservative or Red State.
Others say that isn t so, and point out to the much closer race between Mel Martinez and Betty Castor for U.S. Senate, in which Martinez edged out the Democrat by just slightly more than a percentage point.
Tomorrow on the USF-St. Petersburg Campus, ...Be the first to comment
Tony Welch, spokesperson for the DNC in Washington, DC talked about the November 2nd election; why the Democrats lost many important races and what the prospects were for a democratic resurgence.Be the first to comment
This morning TampaÃ¢â¬â¢s city council discussed issues related to tickets prices at the zoo, naming streets signs in honor of people, and the teen curfew in Ybor city. WMNFs Andrew Stelzer has this wrap up from city hall.
ACT Ã¢â¬?We were hit fairly hard by the hurricanes and ended up losing over 400,000
Lex Salsbury is president and CEO of Lowry park zoo.
ACT for the first time in our history we ended up without a budget, closed labor dayÃ¢â¬Â¦.for years weÃ¢â...Be the first to comment