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1:45 pm
Thu September 18, 2014

Perspectives: Sharing Water

The Monticello Opera House hosts the interstate “Sharing Water” conference Oct. 2-4.  Conference organizers and participants Dr. Anne Holt, Dr. George Cole, Bobbie Golden and Jack Carswell have a preview of this effort to avoid future conflict over the Floridan Aquifer.

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1:34 pm
Thu September 18, 2014

411 Teen: Mascupathy

According to psychologist Randy Flood, the underlying explanation behind a variety of male misbehaviors is mascupathy, a pathology of Amerian manhood caused by false societal expectations. He discusses mascupathy as it relates to shootings, misogyny and domestic violence.

Host: Dr. Liz Holifield

Original airdate: September 14, 2014

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6:08 pm
Fri September 12, 2014

Capital Report: 09-12-2014

Florida recently finished rolling out a new way of providing care to more than 3.5 million low-income Floridians. Nearly all of them, adults as well as children—are now enrolled in managed care plans. The state agency that runs Medicaid—the system that pays for it all, recently released a series of comments from various players in the industry praising the rollout. But as Lynn Hatter reports, some groups say the new system is plagued with problems, new and old.

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2:53 pm
Fri September 12, 2014

Song Travels with Michael Feinstein, Saturdays at 8pm

Song Travels with Michael Feinstein

Song Travels with Michael Feinstein is a weekly show hosted by five-time Grammy-nominee Michael Feinstein. From jazz, blues, and classical to rock, pop, and country, Song Travels builds a bridge across genres, songs and songwriters. The show outlines the rich vitality and evolution of American music through on air performances and discussions. In each episode, host Feinstein and his guest trace the journey of these selected songs and how each artist interprets a song individually.

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2:24 pm
Fri September 12, 2014

The Cities Project

The Cities Project focuses on "Where We Live, How We Live and How We Get Around." Each of these three elements will be featured in stories for Morning Edition and All Things Considered.   The Cities Project is multi-platform, with interactive and visual elements online and a presence on social media that drives conversation. In addition to thematic reporting, look for accompanying "City Life" elements -- snapshots of the people that bring cities to life.

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