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4:14 pm
Mon October 13, 2014

The SF Sketchfest on the next Ask Me Another

Bust myths, sing news and quote action movies: from the San Francisco comedy festival SF Sketchfest, we play games with Community's Danny Pudi, Mythbusters' Adam Savage and tech writer Farhad Manjoo.

Sunday, 7pm on 88.9, 6p central time on 89.1 in Panama City.

WFSU Program Feed
6:36 am
Mon October 13, 2014

Capital Report: 10-10-2014

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi has announced plans to keep defending the state’s ban on same-sex marriage Lynn Hatter reports the move comes after the nation’s high court refused to take up several appeals to gay marriage rulings from around the country.

A Leon county circuit judge ruled Thursday the plaintiffs in Florida’s redistricting lawsuit can recover some of their legal costs, but not attorney’s fees.  Nick Evans reports the voting rights activists are looking to a legal concept known as the private attorney general to make their request.

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WFSU Program Feed
6:31 am
Fri October 10, 2014

Perspectives: Leon County Commission At-Large Group Two

Perspectives: Leon County Commission At-Large Group Two

Nick Maddox was elected to this seat in 2010 and is seeking another term.  He’s opposed by Curtis Baynes, who believes he’d do a better job controlling the fees the county charges residents for certain services, among other things.  A personal emergency kept Mr. Maddox from taking part in this discussion.

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WFSU Program Feed
4:51 pm
Wed October 8, 2014

Andrew Zimmern on The Splendid Table, Sunday at 8pm

This week on the Splendid Table, we have a conversation between Michael Ruhlman, author of “The Book of Schmaltz”, and celebrity chef Andrew Zimmern about cooking with fat. The Sterns join us with their take on the best of regional American pizza, Bon Appetit’s Adam Rapoport teaches us a simplified duck confit recipe, and travel and food writer Anya Von Bremzen talks about her new memoir, “Mastering the Art of Soviet Cooking”.  Sunday at 8pm on 88.9 and 7pm central on 89.1 in Panama City

WFSU Program Feed
6:04 pm
Fri October 3, 2014

Capital Report: 10-03-2014

Florida school district officials are writing thousands of new exams to administer to students this school year. Lynn Hatter reports, the effort to create end-of-course tests in subjects not evaluated at the state level, is causing more parents, and local education officials to call for a time out on testing.

A handful of lawmakers have announced plans to file bills to bridle what some are calling “over reaching” utilities. Regan McCarthy reports the measures put new rules in place for everything from when utilities can increase rates to who can lobby the utility’s regulators.

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