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Health News Florida: The Rising Tide Of HIV

There’s a rising tide of HIV infections in Florida and the people being diagnosed don’t fit into any one stereotype. But the same prejudices linger around HIV and those living with it. All this week, Health News Florida is bringing you stories of this new generation of people with HIV – and the efforts to slow this rising tide of infection. Health Reporter Abe Aboraya talks to 90.7’s Matthew Peddie about his work on the series.
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Ira Glass, Caribbean Heritage, Zoo At Night & Charity Events

30 sports team’s mascots from across the country compete against each other in Gladiator-like games with all the proceeds benefiting New Hope For Kids!  The Mascot Games, Friday and Saturday at the Amway Center Ira Glass,NPR God and host/creator of This American Life is in Orlando for a public talk Saturday at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Orlando. Are you down for cultural performances, food, music and an authentic African pre-wedding celebration called a kwe kwe? If so then okay, kay! The Caribbean American Heritage Month Festival is Saturday starting at noon at Lake Eola Park. What happens in a zoo after dark? A nocturnal adventure, a guided flashlight tour, the sights, sounds and smells of the zoo at night await guests at …
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Beach Driving Fight Rolls On In Volusia County

There aren’t many beaches that allow you to drive right onto the sand. Daytona Beach is one of the few, and it’s become something of a unique tradition there, even a point of pride. So when the Volusia County Council voted last month to restrict beach driving in front of a few proposed five-star hotels, there was an outcry from some residents. Council members say curtailing the beach driving will stimulate development. But locals say the beach driving itself is a tourism draw. Now, the fight is going to court in the first of what may be many battles over beach driving.
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