Sami Al-Arian interviewed live on WMNF from Turkey
In Tampa, Florida Cabinet addresses Gerald Bailey ouster
Sami Al-Arian deported: “my time in the U.S. has come to an end”
From February 2 to 6, entrepreneurs are gathering for Tampa Bay Startup Week.
At the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African-American museum backers filled the main room to listen to advocates explain why the museum’s location means so much.
ACLU of Florida criticizes Range-R radar use by police and other surveillance methods
Darwin Day event in Clearwater celebrates reason and understanding of science
New WMNF GM will be Craig Kopp, current host of All Things Considered on WUSF
Eckard College Professor shares experiences from recent two week trip to Cuba with students.
On Wednesday, retired United Nations peacekeeper Romeo Dallaire spoke to University of Tampa students about the Rwandan genocide.
Florida Republican State Senator Jeff Brandes “cautiously optimistic” about medical marijuana bill
WBAI’s Exploration Science Program with Dr. Michio Kaku
Trying to measure what a drugged driver is
Radioactivity airs an episode of The Ralph Nader Radio Hour
at Gibbs High School in south St. Pete, citizens and police officers chatted about ways to make the police presence feel more responsive in the community.
Montana’s alternative food movement, a NOVA documentary on sinkholes, and a film about the Child Welfare System on today’s Radioactivity
advisory committee voted on which proposals will make it to the next round of new St.Pete pier design
Former Zionist now critical of Israel’s actions towards Palestinians, and the scientific march towards morality.
A debate on concealed weapons on Florida’s college campuses.
Committee to Stop FBI Repression in Tampa wants end to mosque spying