With the passing of the civil rights act in 1964, integration has been repeatedly used as a reason to close historically black Institutions. This story explores how the creation and closing of one African American hospital on the Florida...
  WFSU-FM's Tom Flanigan Talks with WFSU's Fan Favorite: Clay Dilmore. Hear the story here.    Clay Dilmore's original entry into NPR's Tiny Desk Concert:    Clay Dilmore performs "Henry Goes to War" at WFSU (full song):    WFSU "Tiny Desk" Fan Favorite Clay Dilmore perofrms...
For some teenagers, life has already seen its share of pain and heartache. In Leon County, the school district estimated last spring that there were over 700 young people who fall into the category of homelessness. Most are with...
Chris Thompson is a Muscogee shell carver. Using various marine snail and clam shells, he's preserving the heritage of his people by recording imagery of their lore and connection to nature. Some are decorative gorgets, while others...
Local Routes talks with Tallahassee based musicians Adrian Fogelin and Craig Reeder about their group, Hot Tamale. The two met when Craig was performing at the Tallahassee Downtown Marketplace. They talk about how their pairing evolved and what...
WFSU's Mike Plummer spends some time with the Seminole Radio Control Club. From planes, to helicopters to drones or multi-rotors, club president Jay Wiggins discusses the myriad choices available to today's aeronautical R-C hobbiest and other club members...
Kathryn Belle Long, Mickey Abraham, Kevin Robertson, and Mike Snelling of the group Belle and The Band perform the song “All Come In “ from their 2013 debut album called “ Fallen Angel.”
You can learn more about the American Graduate Initiative & see other Gradstock performances at wfsu.org/gradstock.  Our Gradstock Concert programs will premiere on WFSU-TV starting Thursday, April 14th at 8pm ET.
In 2019, the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension organized the first ever Great Georgia Pollinator Census. Citizen scientists from across the state counted pollinators such as butterflies, bees, wasps, and flies, and other insects (everything from praying mantises to...
North Floridians are drawn to the Aucilla Sinks because they’re unlike almost anything else in Florida, and a little mysterious. A trail winds past rocky pools and short streams lined with tall walls of limestone. What we’re...