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Intersection Sessions

Intersection Sessions: Uilleann Pipes & Fiddle


If you think Bagpipes- you probably think highland pipes. But the pipes you might hear in marching bands, or at weddings and funerals, aren’t the only bagpipes out there. There’s also the uilleann pipes from Ireland. Kathleen Cavanaugh joins Intersection to perform the Uilleann pipes accompanied by Vicki Gish on fiddle.
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Anna Levi Gives Voice To Residents Of Trinidad’s Underworld


Anna Levi is a novelist with Trinidadian and Grenadian roots. Her debut novel, Madinah Girl, tells the story of Maria, as she struggles to avoid a life of domestic servitude. Levi joined Intersection to read from her novel and talk about her writing which explores what she calls Trinidad’s underworld culture.
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Intersection

ESports Goes To College


Competitive video gaming, or eSports, continues to grow in popularity on college campuses throughout the U.S. Members of the UCF gaming club Gaming Knights join Intersection to discuss their upcoming eSports tournament and the future of collegiate competitive gaming.
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Sarah Isola, David Bracamonte & Theresa Smith-Levin
Intersection Sessions

A Tale Of Two Cities


This weekend, Central Florida Vocal Arts present a musical interpretation of the novel by Charles Dickens- A Tale of Two Cities. Baritone David Bracamonte and soprano Sarah Isola join Intersection to perform an excerpt from the musical.  And producer Theresa Smith Levin talks about bringing the Dickens classic to life as a musical. 
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Intersection

Cleaning Up Florida Springs


Governor Ron DeSantis is pledging $50 million for springs cleanup. Environmentalists have been sounding the alarm for years about the declining quality of Florida’s numerous springs and waterways. How will that money be spent and is it going to be enough?
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Intersection

Aerospace Contractors Fight For Back Pay


The shutdown ended a week ago, but the impact is still being felt by federal workers and contractors who are waiting on back pay. To find out what’s next for those contractors we caught up with Kevin DiMico, the business representative with the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers.
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Trevor Coulbourn Hall was built with state money that, by law, can’t be used for new construction. (Nick Leyva, UCF)
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Fallout Continues From UCF Spending On Colbourn Hall Construction


The University of Central Florida is dealing with the fallout over misspending of more than $38 million in state money. The money was used to pay for construction of Trevor Colbourn Hall, which replaced an aging academic building. Bill Merck, the University’s former chief financial officer who lost his job over the incident, says the rules around how that state money could be spent were not clear.
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