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The Bach Festival Society of Winter Park choir and orchestra rehearses with Bethune Cookman Concert Chorale at Knowles Memorial Chapel. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection Sessions

Intersection: African-American Masterpieces


The Bach Festival Society of Winter Park and the Bethune Cookman University Concert Chorale join forces this weekend, celebrating the music of African American composers. Soloists Kevin Deas and Krysty Swann talk to Intersection about performing works by William Grant Still, Nathaniel Dett and William L Dawson
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Local News

Intersection: The State Of Marijuana In Florida


April 20th, 4-20,  is unofficially known as weed day. As another medical marijuana dispensary opens in Orlando this week, Intersection checks in with the Orlando Sentinel’s Paul Brinkmann on the business of medical marijuana in Central Florida. And Travis Cohen, of the Miami New Times joins the conversation for a look at Florida’s uneasy relationship with marijuana over the decades. 
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Local News

Intersection: Unpacking Constitutional Amendments


Floridians vote on 13 amendments to the state constitution this November. They range from a ban on greyhound racing to establishing term limits on school board members. Political analysts Chris Carmody and Earnest DeLoach join Intersection to unpack the amendments.
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Local News

Intersection: Funding The Arts


State funding for the arts was cut by nearly 90 per cent this year. Flora Maria Garcia of United Arts of Central Florida joins Intersection to talk about how arts organizations are scrambling to make up the shortfall.
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Tony Sasso surveys the Indian River Lagoon from Cocoa Riverfront Park. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Local News

Intersection: Watching For Fish Kill In Indian River Lagoon


Brevard county officials are keeping a nervous eye on the Indian River lagoon. Algal blooms are once more appearing in the water, and in some places fish are dying. Tony Sasso with Keep Brevard Beautiful explains what the county has done to try and clean up the lagoon since the big fish kill of 2016, and how they’ll respond if there’s another fish kill this summer.
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Local News

Intersection: Rick Scott Launches Senate Bid


Rick Scott has vowed to shake up what he called a ‘horribly dysfunctional’ Washington D.C., if he’s elected to Senate. Political strategists Steve Schale and Adam Goodman join Politico Florida senior editor Sergio Bustos to discuss how voters could see the election as a referendum on President Donald Trump.
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