Jewels. Genes. Gifted. on Life Elsewhere

The first thing you discover when entering the dazzling, Radiant Masterworks By Jean Schlumberger From The Mellon Collection at The Museum of Fine Art, St. Petersburg, Florida is the beautifully designed exhibition manages to compliment the precious objects perfectly. All too often, displays of intricate artworks are overwhelmed by grandiose staging or maudlin, somber, eerily cold… Read more »

Surface Noise Super Sunny Kool Yule

It’s the Surface Noise special you await all year for…as you’re trying to be extra nice, or naughty, hoping your favorite new wave, novelty, decadent delights and more slices of holiday music will sparkle through your radio,app or interwebz! Take that chocolate off of 12/19 as we unwrap a great radio party, 6-8p!

“Sacrificial Love and Devotion” on Morning Energy

The Christmas holiday season is a time of year when people spend extra time with family and friends engaging in various holiday customs, traditions, and rituals. However, for others, the Christmas holiday season is also a religious and cultural celebration to honor the sacrificial offering and gift of Salvation through the birth, death, and resurrection… Read more »

WMNF January Development Committee Meeting

Typically held the 2nd Tuesday of the month, the next meeting is January 8, 6:30-7:30pm at WMNF. We will discuss development initiatives for the coming fiscal year. 1210 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard Tampa, FL  33603 For more information, contact WMNF Development Director Laura Taylor at 813-865-8260 or

Remembering Pete Shelley on Life Elsewhere

In 1975 Pete Shelley (real name Peter Campbell McNeish) and Howard Devoto (real name Howard Trafford) decide to start a band and chance upon a headline: “It’s The Buzz, Cock!” And, Buzzcocks were born. In 1977 Buzzcocks released their first EP, Spiral Scratch, on their independent label, New Hormones. When Devoto left the band in February 1977, Shelley took… Read more »

“Lessons In Leadership” on Morning Energy

On December 3, 2018, published an article about the personal account of a former Chairman and CEO of Baxter International who shared a 3-hour plan ride with former U.S. President George H.W. Bush in March of 2000. The author, (who identified himself as”Harry” in the article), wrote that despite Bush’s tremendous accomplishments, he came… Read more »

Wild Fermentation on the Sustainable Living show

On Monday’s Sustainable Living Program  on WMNF, we talked about fermenting. Our guests we’re Sarah Arrazola, founder of St. Pete Ferments, Tampa Bay’s first wild fermentation food and beverage Company. She’s a St. Petersburg native and a co-founder of the annual Florida Ferment Fest in Stuart FL. Caitlin McMullen, another FL Native and homesteading herbalist, Florida… Read more »

Two New Must Reads & Must Hear New Music! (on Life Elsewhere)

After a deadly terrorist bombing at the American embassy in Lebanon in 1983, only one man inside the CIA possessed the courage and skills to rebuild the networks destroyed in the blast: William Buckley. But the new Beirut station chief quickly became the target of a young terrorist named Imad Mughniyeh. This riveting story is… Read more »