Today on Radioactivity, Rob Lorei speaks with Ed Whitfield of the Southern Grassroots Economies Project
Florida red tide algae fueled by several nutrient sources: Mote scientist
Some alcoholic drinks to be allowed on Tampa Riverwalk
Charlie Crist won’t be Florida governor. He lost to incumbent governor Rick Scott in a tight, neck and neck race.
The bid for Medical marijuana in Florida went up in smoke last night. Amendment 2 got 58% support – not enough for the 60% needed to pass.
Rob Lorei will goes over election results with listeners including Rick Scott’s victory, and the medical marijuana amemdent not passing.
St. Pete voters weigh in on governor, medical marijuana and Greenlight Pinellas
Today’s Last Call featured an interview with Tampa Bay Times columnist Daniel Ruth on the November 4th election
Today is Election Day and Radioactivity will discuss the race for governor and some of the other state and local races.
Rob speaks to John Moran, photographer and Co-Director of Springs Eternal Project. For more than 30 years, he has been photographing the springs of Florida his photos show the Beauty of Florida’s springs and have also witnessed their decline.
Ocean explorer Fabien Cousteau in St. Pete for Blue Ocean Film Fest
Residents at Maderia Beach city hall asked how they want to spend $4 million for Florida marine research
On Thursday night, a forum at Eckerd College offered context about the ongoing conflict in Iraq. As part of the Presidential Events Series, history professor Adam Guerin spoke about the self-proclaimed Islamic State.
Greenlight Pinellas supporters take pro-transit message to commuters stuck on Tampa Bay bridges
Fast food workers paid more in Denmark and Rob discusses a new program to purge voters in 27 states who allegedly are voting in two states.
Green Tea Coalition leader Debbie Dooley makes the conservative argument for solar power
Today on Radioactivity, Rob Lorei opens the phone lines to let listeners weigh in on the Greenlight Pinellas debate.
From A Woman’s POV the importance of women voting this election season
A debate over transportation in Pinellas County
Green Party activist wants Tampa to do away with free single-use plastic bags
Pinellas County Commission race tight between Gerard and Hooper: poll
Rob Lorei discusses two events taking place this Tuesday to raise awareness and public understanding of the actions taken by big monopoly utilities like Duke Energy.
Rob Lorei speaks with John Wilson, a long time TV news anchorman here in the Bay area who is retiring after 50 years in the news business. and human rights activist with in eastern Africa.
Call in show about recycling & Amercia Recycles Day
Poll suggests Greenlight Pinellas transit referendum could lose big