News & Public Affairs05/09/12 Olivia Kabat
WMNF Drive-Time News Wednesday Listen to this entire show:
Several electric vehicle charging stations have recently opened in St. Petersburg. Two charging stations are open at the University of South Floridaâs St. Petersburg campus and ten other stations have opened throughout downtown and the Grand Central district.
Now electric vehicle motorists can charge their cars for free in St. Pete. The installation of the new charging stations creates opportunities for residents to use alternate energy sources instead of fossil fuels as a way to promot...Be the first to comment
01/10/11 SeÃ¡n Kinane & Janelle Irwin
WMNF Drive-Time News Monday Listen to this entire show:
Tomorrow the new Salvador Dali Museum opens to the public in St. Petersburg. Our reporter, Janelle Irwin just toured the museum and is live on the scene.
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"Hi Sean, I'm here in front of the new Salvador Dali Museum in downtown St. Petersburg. Beautiful building overlooking Tampa Bay that is set to open tomorrow beginning with a procession from the old building that will end here at the new building at around 10 a.m. They also have a ribbon cutting ceremony scheduled for noon tomorrow that ...
01/14/10 Tom Baur & SeÃ¡n Kinane
WMNF Drive-Time News Thursday Listen to this entire show:
Today peace activists from St. Pete for Peace and Veterans for Peace protested outside an event hosted by the St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce, where the keynote speaker was Gen. David Petraeus.
The groups were rallying to "support the troops who refuse to take part in war crimes,â as well as protesting Gen. Petraeus' appearance and the Chamber of Commerce's push to curtail civil liberties at BayWalk.
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06/10/08 SeÃ¡n Kinane
WMNF Drive-Time News Tuesday Listen to this entire show:
Today on the St. Petersburg Pier, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) held an eye-catching demonstration against the use of exotic animal skins. A nearly naked woman painted to look like a spotted yellow and black snake lay on the sidewalk. Her fully-clothed counterpart, Cassandra Curbelo, works with PETAâs International Grassroots Campaigns Department.
Fred Snook owns The Hideout, a shop in the Pier that sells products made from animal skins that was a target of the PETA...Be the first to comment