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6:27 pm
Fri April 18, 2014

Capital Report: 04-18-2014

A proposal to give the children of undocumented immigrants in-state tuition is on life support after a powerful committee chairman says he won’t hear the bill. Lynn Hatter reports the move has angered backers, and protests are being planned for the upcoming week.

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4:28 pm
Fri April 18, 2014

FSU's Operatic Phenom Ryan Speedo Green on Nuances Friday, April 25th at 6pm on 91.5FM

On the next Nuances Dan MacDonald interviews Metropolitan Opera newcomer  Ryan Speedo Green.  Green, who received his master’s from FSU,  is the winner of the 2014 Richard Tucker Career Grant plus cash awards from the Annenberg Foundation.  Also a visit with former conductor of the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra, Miriam Burns.  Don’t miss Nuances on Friday, April 25th at 6pm on 91.5FM.

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4:14 pm
Fri April 18, 2014

Mad About Music, Thursdays at 7pm on 91.5 WFSQ-FM

A weekly, one-hour show. Created and hosted by Gilbert Kaplan, Mad About Music’s format is part interview, part musical performance.  Internationally famous guests select five key musical works and discuss why those pieces are important to them.  The interviews are always personal–and often humorous—as some of the world’s most famous people reveal aspects of their personalities largely unknown to the public.

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6:19 pm
Thu April 17, 2014

Capital Report: 04-17-2014

There are three branches of government: legislative, judicial and executive. In recent years, battles have emerged, pitting Florida’s executive and legislative branches, against the judiciary. Many of those battles have to do with policy, but some have to do with funding. Now, as Lynn Hatter reports, some state lawmakers are calling for more money for the courts—primarily for the people who work in them.

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3:33 pm
Thu April 17, 2014

Perspectives: Chain of Parks Art Fest

Perspectives: Chain of Parks Art Fest

The Fourteenth Annual Chain of Parks Art Festival happens Saturday and Sunday, April 19 and 20 in downtown Tallahassee.  Speaking about the festival and the overall impact of art in the community are: LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts Executive Director Ann Kozeliski; LeMoyne Board Member and Event Chair Kelly Dozier; Tallahassee Ceramic Artist Nancy Jefferson; and Suwannee County Printmaker Lesley Peebles.

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