Saturday, August 15, 2020
Linda Hall is a mixed media artist who works with all kinds of media; gouache, papier mache, and things she finds like old fabric and quilts. WFSU's Mike Plummer visits her studio to find out about her wide...
A look at urban renewal through the historical lens of Smokey Hollow, a small African American neighborhood in Tallahassee, Florida.
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Wild Rehab Reboot!

Down in the woods of Wakulla County, several small, rundown buildings sit on six and a half acres – the home of the Florida Wild Mammal Association, which has provided a temporary home and rehabilitation services to injured animals...
“We're not in the artifact-collecting business; we're in the information-collecting business.”  That's Dr. Glen Doran, Chair of the FSU Anthropology Department (Retired). “Florida has one of the richest prehistoric and historic heritages of any place in the country.” Many historic sites...
A few weeks ago, we met Jeffrey Shanks and Dr. Michael Russo, archeologists working with the Southeast Archeological Center. They've been excavating sites in the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, where culture groups known as Swift Creek and...
Tallahassee's skateboard scene is booming with possibility for those who love to shred at the Mike Blankenship Skate Park. We talk with skateboarders Jerry Yates and Nolan Blanchard along with Phaze One owner Orlando “Orly” Vazquez.
Charles Renaud visits the Monticello Karting and Motor Club in Jefferson County to find out more about kart racing. The MKMC has one of the longest tracks for kart racing in the U.S. and has been rated one...
The airbrushed t-shirt, a dated novelty to some, is still at the heart of a thriving industry in Panama City. With more than 70 years experience between them, local artists Tim Mitchell and Troy Pierce explain how PCB became...
Low rain has exposed a sinkhole or two on Lake Miccosukee, offering a glimpse into the forces that created our largest area lakes, and their connections to the Floridan Aquifer. Geologist Harley Means is our guide. Low rain has exposed...
After purchasing a wrecked house for back taxes, FAMU Alumnus Cornelius Jones stumbles upon what was once football legend Jake Gaither's house. Delve into the legacy Gaither left behind and how he was a hero to the Tallahassee community....