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We explore the Annual Stephen C. Smith Regatta at Shell Point in Wakulla County.
We learn what makes Saint Vincent Island an ideal host to endangered red wolves.
Franky Verdecia takes us to an indoor medical marijuana cultivation center in Quincy, FL.
See the St. Francis Wildlife Association’s mission to save injured and orphaned wildlife.
Local musicians Belle and the Band perform their original song “Tallahassee Waltz”.
We discover the beautiful pairing of classical piano with jazz trumpet from a local duo.
Life on the Gulf Coast is the inspiration for local musician, Brian Bowen.
The New 76ers perform their original song “Gone.”
The local band The Krickets perform "Sweet Home".
Local Routes is a half-hour television program that takes viewers on a weekly journey to explore authentic northwest Florida and south Georgia. From history, to the environment, to the fascinating and often hidden gems that make up our culture, Local Routes looks at where we’ve been, where we’re going, and the interesting people, places and things along the way.
Local Routes is a production of WFSU-TV. WFSU is located in Tallahassee, Florida.