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Intersection

Intersection: Brain Fitness Club


What’s life like for patients who’ve been diagnosed with dementia? A Central Florida support group called Brain Fitness Club helps patients keep their brains limber, and improves their quality of life. 
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Intersection

Intersection: Project Haiti


90.7’s Crystal Chavez talks to ERAU’s Dr. Marc Compere and mechanical engineering senior Rachel Hunt, about Project Haiti, which brings drinking water filtration systems to Haiti.
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Local News

Intersection: How Florida Broadcasting Helped Change Orlando’s History


The history of Florida’s broadcast influence weaves itself through an era of segregation. The power of broadcasting helped Orlando desegregate ahead of other southern cities. Donn R. Colee Jr., author of “Towers in the Sand, The History of Florida Broadcasting, joins us to talk about his early days in broadcast and the important role Channel 9 played to help end Orlando’s segregation.
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Local News

Intersection: The Future Of MetroPlan Orlando


Transportation planning requires balancing the needs of all the different means of traveling. MetroPlan Orlando’s incoming executive director, Gary Huttman, joins us to talk about the transportation challenges facing Central Florida.
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Local News

Intersection: The Road To Better Care For Veterans


Veteran Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie is speaking to AMVETS at the veteran’s service organization’s annual convention tomorrow. Sherman Gillums Jr. and Lana McKenzie of AMVETS join Intersection to discuss the issues facing Wilkie, including access to healthcare.
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Local News

Intersection: Bringing Performing Arts To The Heart Of A Community


Central Florida Community Arts is launching a new school of the arts that school promises experiences for people with a range of ages and abilities. It aims to include arts programs for underserved communities and people dealing with cognitive and physical disabilities. Joshua Vickery, founder and executive director of CFC Arts, and Leah Porrata, senior director of Education and Outreach, join us to talk about the new programs and why it’s important to bring the arts to underserved communities.
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