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Locally produced news and entertainment shows and segments heard every week on 90.7 WMFE-FM. Visit the show pages for the latest episodes and accompanying audio content.

*During the week WMFE occasionally presents community voices from a variety of perspectives. The views, opinions and conclusions expressed in the commentaries are not necessarily those of WMFE’s staff, officers or trustees and WMFE is not responsible for the content.

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Fishkind Economic Commentaries

Fishkind Commentaries

Air Times: Tuesdays at 7:35 a.m.

Morning Edition host Tom Parkinson and local economist Dr. Hank Fishkind discuss how the latest developments in the business world affect Central Florida's economy.

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Mike Thomas Perpectives

Mike Thomas

Air Times: No Longer Airing

Orlando Sentinel columnist known for taking a unique view on political and social issues that impact Florida.

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WMFE's Political Commentators Dick Batchelor & Lou Frey

Dick and Lou in Intersection 90.7 FM

Air Time: One Tuesday per month during Intersection

Each month commentators Dick Batchelor and Lou Frey tackle current issues in state and local politics with 90.7s Mark Simpson on Intersection. Lou Frey is a former Florida republican Congressman and Dick Batchelor is a former democratic state house representative. Together they bring a lively combination of insight and humor to the ever changing catalogue of events that impact Florida.

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Talking Politics

Talking Politics

Air Times: No Longer Airing

Talking Politics was a weekly commentary segment where political consultant, blogger and attorney Sarah Rumpf along with Fred Leonhardt spoke about politics, public policy and more.

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From the Pages of Orlando Weekly

Orlando Weekly

Air Times: Thursdays at 9:59 a.m. and Saturdays at 9:59 a.m.

Orlando Weekly editor Erin Sullivan and staff writer Billy Manes will bring the paper alive on WMFE with their unique take on the news in this weekly segment.

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Orlando Business Journal

Orlando Business Journal

Air Times: Fridays at 9:50 a.m.

Robert Bobroff from the Orlando Business Journal shares the big stories of the week in the world of business throughout Central Florida.

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This Weekend with The Daily City

This Weekend with The Daily City

Air Times: Fridays at 4:32 p.m.

Every Friday afternoon, Mark Baratelli shares the must-do events of the weekend. He covers events from the Arts to the Outdoors, Films, Festivals and much more. A handy guide for your weekend in Central Florida.

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Scott Joseph's Orlando Restaurant Guide

Scott Joseph

Air Times: Fridays at 5:45 p.m. during All Things Considered

Scott Joseph has been reviewing restaurants for more than 23 years, first as the senior critic at the Orlando Sentinel and now as the publisher of Scott Joseph’s Orlando Restaurant Guide.

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Most Recent

This Weekend with The Daily City | Mark Baratelli SunRail Conductor Crawl
Publisher of the Daily City, Mark Baratelli features the Sunrail Conductor Crawl tonight at 6 and every month, it starts at Cafe Red across from 55 West in downtown Orlando and ends at Harry Buffalo's. There's no fee to participate, but to ride SunRail it will cost $3.75 round trip. The Orlando Elks Vintage Faire is this Saturday nine to three at Elks Lodge No 1079 at 12 N. Primrose Drive in Orlando. The Sixth Annual Southern Fried Sunday Mustard Seed Benefit will feature more than 20 bands, a barbecue buffet, and vendors. Proceeds benefit The Mustard Seed. It takes place Sunday starting at three at Will's Pub at 1042 N. Mills Avenue. Farmer John will share tips for harvesting your bumper crop free Saturday nine to eleven at the epicenter of fancy food, East End Market at 3201 Corrine Drive in Orlando's Audubon Park Garden District

Orlando Business Journal | OIA Funding for New Terminal
Orlando International Airport expects to get some long awaited funding for construction on its new terminal.

Orlando Weekly | Erin Sullivan Disney Liability Waiver
Orlando Weekly's Erin Sullivan talks about a Virginia man that was injured by an advertising balloon seven years ago at Walt Disney World's Wide World of Sports.

This Weekend with The Daily City | Mark Baratelli Quirky Events and Celebrations
Publisher of the Daily City, Mark Baratelli features quirky mix of shopping, art and celebrations: Boutique brands of Florida streetwear will be on display Saturday 2-7 at cafe Annie in downtown Orlando during The Black Mxrkt Streetware Tradeshow. Admission is free. This Saturday starting at 6, enjoy a Marie Antoinette autograph signing, guillotine photo op, croquet games, mini French-themed art show, open-air market, wine & cheese tasting, vendors and baguette fencing at the 6th Annual Bastille Day Celebration in the Audubon Park garden district. Admission is free. Saturday 6 in the evening until 4 in the morning, experience space-Fest, a fundraising event featuring the sincerely kooky and creative side of Orlando presenting workshops, puppet shows and live music. It's at "The Space," the art house just above the pizza shop near the corner of Mills and Colonial. The Beautify the City Project is a citizen-led initiative to make Orlando a more beautiful place. This Sunday at noon at Lake Eola Park they will inflate hundreds of balloons and ask people what they're thankful for. Also on Sunday at 12:30 in Lake Eola Park at East Central Blvd & Osceola Avenue, the "Happiness Sprinkling Project Orlando" will ask guests to wear yellow clothing and get ready to hold some signs for a random undefined pop up event. This Sunday Orlando's top vintage clothing source, other people's property, will put on a shopping event called "the happy hours" inside the Red Light Red Light bar featuring vintage shopping, desserts from The Pop Parlour, Jewelry by Su Laing, flowers by My Yard Farm, free mini hair services by Be Creative House.

Orlando Business Journal | David Siegel Reportedly Buying Predators
David Siegel, CEO of Westgate Resorts is reportedly buying the Orlando Predators arena football team.

Orlando Weekly | Billy Manes White House CEA Report
Billy Manes talks about the report that was released by the White House Council of Economic Advisers titled "Missed Opportunities: The Consequences of State Decisions Not to Expand Medicaid".

This Weekend with The Daily City | Mark Baratelli July 4th
Publisher of the Daily City, Mark Baratelli features an Independence Day edition: Downtown Orlando's "fireworks at the fountain" started at 4 and will be accompanied by the Orlando Philharmonic at Lake Eola Park. St Cloud's annual Margaritaville Party for Jimmy Buffet fans started at 3 and goes til 10 at Lakefront Park. Oviedo's carnival games and carnival food, craft vendors and fireworks started 5 at Oviedo Mall. Kissimmee's gaggle of activities including Food Truck Bazaar's twenty-two bazar approved food trucks, a fireworks show, bounce houses, live music, beer garden started at 5 and runs til 9:30 at Lakefront Park. Sanford's live entertainment, food, splash pad and fireworks display all started at five at Fort Mellon Park. Avalon Park's apple pie bake-off, hot dot eating contest, bike parade and fireworks started at five and runs til nine at the Avalon Park Town Center. Winter Springs's parade, food, music and fireworks started at five and goes until nine thirty at Central Winds Park. Celebration's costume contest, fireworks, bounce houses, live music and jousting area started at 5:30 at Celebration Town Center. Austins Coffee's ninth annual "I-4 Festival" started at noon and runs all day and night with 26 bands, vegan and non vegan food options and beer specials at Austins Coffee in Winter Park.

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