Married for 58 years, Clyde and Niki Butcher have been all around the world together taking photographs and creating beautiful art that fills canvases with the colors of the native landscape.
During today’s sustainable living show (11/08/2021) we talked to Georgea Snyder who is a part of the Sustainable Living Project in Tampa.
Mental Health Holiday Stress and Seasonal Affective We are coming into the more stressful time of year. The holidays often are the times when we place undue stress on ourselves to create a perfect event or find the perfect gifts. The sunlight is waning and moods can get darker too. We’ll discuss simple solutions to… Read more »
Imagine for a moment, the following scenario: You are a guest at an elegant diner party. You’re seated with the other guests at an ornately set table. The room is warm, candlelight flickers across crystal wine glasses, and the conversation is flowing freely. Mouthwatering smells of rich foods emanate from the kitchen. You haven’t eaten… Read more »
Kitty Block—President and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), as well as CEO of Humane Society International, HSUS’ global division—in an interview this week on “Talking Animals” discussed getting a precocious start working in animal welfare, in that her Mom was an animal activist. Block recalled how, as a second grader,… Read more »
Veterans Day is Thursday, November 11. On Tuesday Café with Seán Kinane this week, we focus on Veterans’ issues, especially mental health.
Daylight Saving Time always begins on the second Sunday in March and ends on the first Sunday in November in accordance to current federal law. At 2AM during Day Light Saving Time, clocks will “fall back” one hour giving people one extra hour of sleep and also more daylight during those dark autumn and winter… Read more »
From pirate radio to a city council run and leading a community effort to remove a Confederate monument from in front of the Hillsborough County Courthouse, Kelly Benjamin has been making waves in the area for decades. He told his story to guest host Lynn Marvin Dingfelder on a special WaveMakers edition on MidPoint.
The Pinellas County Commission will vote this month on whether to set a zero-emission target through a transition to renewable energy.
Bob Keefe, executive director of Environmental Entrepreneurs, interviewed by WMNF’s Seán Kinane about E2’s new report on green jobs.
St. Petersburg mayoral election and voter information.
During today’s sustainable living show (11/01/2021), we talked to Amelia Brown and Brandon Moore from Tampa Bay water.
A car-free initiative in downtown St. Pete on Halloween showed residents and business owners alike that downtown can thrive without cars. WMNF’s Evan Greenfield was there to see for himself.
Nov. 1 Topic – Functional Medicine What is it and how is it different than conventional medical care? Functional medicine is a new paradigm in health care. It differs from the conventional illness care medical model in its mission and its perspective of the human condition. It focuses on health instead of illness and on… Read more »
In an interview this week on “Talking Animals,” Coleen Ellis—an expert on pet loss and dealing with the kind of grief that results from losing an animal companion—recalls how the loss 18 years ago of her beloved dog, Mico, coupled with then working in the human funeral profession, inspired her to start the first pet… Read more »
The city of St. Pete is going to try out a car-free initiative in downtown St. Pete this weekend.
Why are so many of the January 6 Capitol attackers from the Tampa Bay area? Who are they? And are there other threats out there?
During today’s (10/25/2021) sustainable living show we talked to Niki Barber, who managed a lab at the University of Florida in the department of Plant Pathology and just completed her graduate degree.
After a successful start our Fall Fund Drive is kicking back into gear this Friday and Saturday. Dont wait to donate, show your support for WMNF and your favorite programs today by donating now.
Arriving in Chicago, Chris Connelly was greeted at the airport by Dannie Fletcher and Al Jourgensen who was preoccupied at the time with getting his new Walkman to work. When every attempt failed, the founder of Ministry did the only thing he reckoned would work, he smashed the much-sought-after gadget repeatedly against a concrete pillar… Read more »