Sunday, November 28, 2021
Tallahassee sees a lot of talented young musicians – one of them is Dylan “Ragpicker” Allen. Growing up, he wanted to be a blues musician but realized that so many of them had cool names like Howlin' Wolf or...
WFSU's Mike Plummer tapped into his own curiosity and headed south to Alligator Harbor to find out about clam farming. If you look out over the waters of Alligator Harbor, you will see a proliferation of white PVC pipes...
  For more on Rob and Max's father- son adventure on the Apalachicola, visit the WFSU Ecology Blog.
Good Taste Tally is a farm that allows for a different kind of exploration. FSU Assistant Education Professor George Boggs has created an entire learning environment full of hands-on, outdoor experiences. The farm's employees are George Boggs, his family, and...
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The South wouldn't be the South without boiled peanuts. But a really good boiled peanut can be elusive. Mike Plummer hit the road to find local boiled peanut experts. First he met up with Marvin McKenzie, owner of Glenda's Country Store on Highway...
When we first came up with the name of the program we immediately started to do debate how we pronounce it. Some say root likes Route 66. Others say Route like stout. To find out which way is correct...
Suzanne Smith: I'm here with the new 76ers. Thank you all for being here today. Tell me your names and how you're related to each other. Brian Durham: I'm Brian. I'm Kelly's brother. This is Kelly. Kelly Goddard: I'm Kelly. Danny Goddard:...
The Aucilla and Wacissa Rivers are home to archeological sites dating back as far as fourteen thousand years. Stone tools and the remains of hunted animals can offer clues as to the identities of these first Floridians. A team...