"Live Wire!" is a weekly one-hour variety show with a modern twist. It blends music from up-and-coming artists, original sketch comedy, spoken word, and interviews with writers, filmmakers, comedians and other thought-provoking people. “Live Wire” is taped in front of an enthusiastic live audience at the 400-seat Alberta Rose Theatre in Portland's historic Alberta Arts District, "Live Wire”.
Saturdays beginning January 3rd at 3pm on 88.9 and 2pm central time on 89.1 in Panama City.
Recent shootings around the country have left many reexamining police departments and policies. But Regan McCarthy reports its also led to a renewed focus on personal protection with increased gun sales and a legislative proposal to allow guns on college campuses.
A community forum on domestic violence in the workplace took place Dec. 2 at the FSU Law School. The discussion continues on-air with local attorney Robin Thompson, Zonta Club of Tallahassee President Sooni Raymaker, Kelly Dozier from Mad Dog Construction, Chris Del Marco with Legal Services of North Florida, Florida A&M University President Dr. Elmira Mangum and Leon County Administrator Vince Long.
Florida recently received rulings in two cases the state’s governor had heavily supported. Both the cases reaffirm rulings against the state, but Regan McCarthy reports some doubt the findings will keep Governor Rick Scott from pushing both the cases forward.
Will Tallahassee keep growing at its present rate and how may those growth patterns change over time? Our expert panel has the insights: Jay Revell, executive director of the Tallahassee Downtown Improvement Authority; Roxanne Manning who heads the Tallahassee Community Redevelopment Agency; Kim Rivers, a principal of Inkridge, LLC, which owns the downtown Doubletree Hotel; and Will Butler of Real Estate InSync.