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Spotlight: Billy Collins Breaks Down “ZipOde” Poetry

Again this year, 90.7 WMFE is asking residents to write a “ZipOde.” That’s a short poem based on your zip code. 90.7’s Nicole Darden Creston is joined by former U.S. Poet Laureate – and experienced ZipOde composer – Billy Collins to help explain the “ZipOde” form.
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Intersection: Orlando’s Hot Housing Market

The price of a home in Orlando has shot up by 11% from the same time last year. That’s great news for people who want to sell, but it’s tough for people who want to buy. We dig into what’s driving the real estate market with Orlando sentinel reporter Mary Shanklin, Orlando Regional Realtors Association President Bruce Elliott and home buyer Derek Demeter.
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Intersection: Shark Talk With George Burgess

Volusia County may be the shark bite capital of the world, but shark expert George Burgess says your chances of actually getting bitten are very small. Burgess explains why more people get bit at Central Florida beaches than anywhere else.
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