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Intersection Sessions

Intersection: Niko Is

Niko Is was born in Rio de Janeiro, and arriving in the United States as a child, he was drawn to the rhythms and rhymes of American Hip Hop. On his latest recordings though, the South American influence comes to the fore.
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The parking lot is flooded at Doctors Lake Marina in Orange Park.
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Local News

Intersection: Why Florida Floods

More than a week after the storm, officials are keeping a watchful eye on rivers throughout the state, including the St. John’s River, worried about flooding. So why is Florida so flood-prone? And how do we stop the rising water in the state?
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The Florida Power and Light plant at Riviera Beach, circa 1947. Photo: State Library and Archives of Florida
Local News

Intersection: Protecting Florida’s Power Grid From Devastating Storms

Millions of Floridians were without power in the wake of Hurricane Irma. Crews at utility companies across the state worked feverishly to get customers back up and running, but some may remain without power for weeks to come. So what knocked out Florida’s power grid? And what it takes to protect it from the devastation of future storms?
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Photo courtesy of Violectric.
Intersection Sessions

Intersection Sessions: Violectric

Violectric performs on classical stringed instruments- with a twist. It’s a Central Florida band that plays classic rock riffs like Kashmir by Led Zeppelin. Violectric join us in studio to perform some songs, and talk about putting the classical into classic rock.
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