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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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Honoring the Tuskegee Airmen and Their Legacy


Some of the first African-Americans to fight for the US Army Air Corps in World War II are meeting in Orlando. The 46th National Tuskegee Airmen Convention honors the groundbreaking achievements of the Tuskegee Airmen, who confronted racial discrimination through their military service. Events include a ceremony remembering deceased members, a reunion of original airmen, and youth outreach.
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Chase Shellee’s album High On Maybe. Photo: Alana Campbell Intern at WMFE.
Intersection Sessions

Intersection: Chase Shellee


A few years ago, Singer songwriter Chase Shellee caught the west Nile virus and returned home to recover. It was a slow and exhausting recovery one that made her want to give up, but she didn’t. And out the experience came her latest album High on Maybe.
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Intersection: Food Trends In Central Florida


Americans are eating out more than cooking at home but emerging trends are creating winners and losers in the restaurant industry. Food trucks are just one trend that’s changing the way we dine out. Other trends like fast casual dining and food halls are shaking up the restaurant industry.
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Intersection: Summer At The ER


July 4th: a chance to kick back, hit the beach, fire up the grill, and relax. But maybe not if you’re an emergency room doctor. Dr. Christopher Hunter joins Intersection to talk about what keeps an ER busy in summer- and why Orlando’s position as a tourism hub brings a unique set of patients through the hospital doors.
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Intersection: Orlando’s Hot Housing Market


The price of a home in Orlando has shot up by 11% from the same time last year. That’s great news for people who want to sell, but it’s tough for people who want to buy. We dig into what’s driving the real estate market with Orlando sentinel reporter Mary Shanklin, Orlando Regional Realtors Association President Bruce Elliott and home buyer Derek Demeter.
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