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Left to right is Bob DeWeisse and Assistant Brewer, Geovanni Cantizano. Photo: Brendan Byrne WMFE.

Intersection: The Central Florida Ale Trail

Central Florida’s craft beer scene is growing and it’s easy to lose track of the newest taprooms opening up. That’s why the central Florida Brewers Guild decided to create the Central Florida Ale Trail a self guided map that takes craft beer drinkers to the 18 tap rooms in the area.

One of the programs in STEMConnect is linking classrooms with real-life labs. Photo: STEMConnect

Intersection: STEMConnect

STEMConnect is a program that brings high-tech resources into middle and high school classrooms. The program, started by Florida’s High Tech Corridor hopes to get students interested in STEM at a young age.

Florida Governor’s Mansion

Intersection: A Look At Florida Politics

Rick Scott will be terming out of his Florida Governor position, which makes him a potential candidate for a senate position. However, as for the Governor race, over the thanksgiving holiday, John Morgan said he would not seek the Democratic nomination for Governor, ending months of speculation he might jump into the race.

SunTrax is being built on a 400 acre site in Polk County. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE

Intersection: Turning A Pasture Into A Test Track

A former cow pasture in Polk County is being transformed into a test track. It’s about the same size as the Daytona International Speedway, and it’s designed for high speed testing of toll technology, and self driving cars.

Gold Tone founder Wayne Rogers plays one of his banjos. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE.

Intersection Sessions: Building Banjos At Gold Tone

Twenty-three years ago, Wayne Rogers and Robyn Rogers started making banjos in the back room of their retail music store. Now the company ships out all kinds of instruments from its Titusville factory, including banjos, guitars, drum heads and mini bass guitars.