Opening arguments took place Monday in the trial of John Johnchuck, who threw his five-year-old daughter off a Tampa Bay area bridge in 2015.
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Historians and local old-timers say that once, Tampa Bay was overflowing with delicious oysters. And that some rivers, like the Manatee River, were once so full of mullet that they roiled the water and their noise would keep nearby residents awake at night.
Program: Evening Masterwork
Johannes Brahms completed his String Quartet in G major halfway through 1890, when he was 57 years old, and at the time he thought it would be his final composition. He decided that piece would be the perfect end to his career, so he retired… but then he heard clarinetist Richard Muhlfield perform. That’s when Brahms left retirement to compose a new piece for the clarinetist… the Trio for...more...
Later this week, the Florida Board of Governors will meet to approve Steven Currall as the president of the University of South Florida . The USF Board of Trustees selected Currall to serve as the school’s seventh president in a unanimous vote Friday.
All Night Jazz
Program: All Night Jazz
Tonight on All Night Jazz, the “Other Nine to Five,” Jackson Harpe shares some stone, cold funk on the Jazz Trip @T en, including Hank Mobley’s classic Funk in Deep Freeze recorded on this day in jazz history. Plus more from our focus artist of the week, saxophonist Michael Brecker. Then later, on our Midnight Standard, we’ll hear another version of Jerome Kern’s All The Things You Are. The...more...
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