On April 4, 20222 show Anni and Kenny interviewed author and photographer Doug Alderson. Doug prefers a kayak to a desk, hugs trees and friends, and loves observing alligators, manatees and other wildlife.
Liz Marshall—a documentary director whose latest film, “Meat The Future,” examines the realm of “cultivated meat,” generated in a lab setting, from animal cells, but these animals remain unharmed—explains in a recent “Talking Animals” interview the criteria she considers when deciding what topic or person will constitute her next movie. More specifically, Marshall recounts how… Read more »
Lately, there’s been a conflict between Republicans in Florida, including Governor Ron DeSantis, and the Walt Disney Company.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection reports a possible tear in the lining of Mosaic’s New Wales gypstack.
42% of Florida’s employees make less than $15 an hour. The minimum wage in Florida is $10 an hour which workers say is not a living wage.
Joe Hamilton, publisher of the St. Pete Catalyst and developer of MetaCity is bringing the local news to the locals and helping the region tay connected.
Following reports of antisemitism in USF’s Greek Life organizations, Holocaust Survivor Helga Melmed shared her story with students on the effects of hate and ignorance.
Orlando Gudes has stepped down as Chair of Tampa City Council, but will not resign his seat after a hostile work environment investigation.
The Tampa Pride Diversity Parade and festival took over Ybor City the last weekend of March; many held signs that said, “we say gay.”
Florida’s politics have impacted COVID cases. COVID is killing more people in states run by Republicans than those led by Democrats.
A U.S. District Judge has put a six-month hold on a lawsuit against the Piney Point waste site. The state is trying to close the site.
Tampa and Orlando airport workers rallied at the Orlando International Airport on Wednesday for a living wage, benefits, and union rights.
This week on MidPoint, Mariella Smith and George Cassidy about Tampa Bay’s Water Wars, and the nonprofit Tampa Bay Water.
This Friday there is a Produce Giveaway in Lealman. The produce is fresh from Florida farmers recovering crops.
The Pasco jail is switching from Sheriff to county supervision. Sheriff Nocco needed more jail space and funds but his needs were not met.
Dr. Heather Johnston—a veterinarian who serves as the Medical Director at Busch Wildlife Sanctuary, a multifaceted operation in Jupiter, Florida that, in celebration of March being Women’s History Month, was slated to present a “Women in Wildlife Panel Discussion,” there on March 29—recalls in a “Talking Animals” interview that she wanted to be a vet… Read more »
Jessica Muroff, CEO of United Way Suncoast, talks about the housing crisis.
Lauren S. Cardon – Fashioning Character – Style, Performance, And Identity In Contemporary American Literature Lauren S. Cardon, an Associate Professor of English at the University of Alabama has taken her passion for her chosen field to explore an American trajectory in fashion. The result is, Fashioning Character – Style, Performance, And Identity In Contemporary… Read more »
United Way Suncoast’s new online dashboard, State of the Housing Crisis, finds half of Tampa Bay area families are rent-cost burdened.
This week, host Shelley Reback is joined by Debbie Ducko, Andrew and Leanne Klumb to discuss Tampa Pride, as well as the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill.