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A protest opposing an anti-LGBTQ conference will be held Saturday June 15. Photo: Flickr Creative Commons

Protesters Gather in Opposition to Anti-LGBTQ Conference



The Revival Baptist Church in Clermont is holding a three-day conference church leaders have dubbed “Make America Straight Again.” The event comes just days after Central Florida marked three years since the Pulse nightclub shooting.














State Attorney Aramis Ayala. Photo: Renata Sago WMFE.

Intersection: Politics with Jason Henry and Frank Torres



President Donald Trump plans his re-election campaign launch in Orlando. Former Broward County sheriff’s deputy Scot Peterson is arrested on charges including child neglect for his response to the Parkland school shooting. And state attorney Aramis Ayala isn’t running for re-election– so who’s vying for the role of top prosecutor in Orange and Osceola County? We unpack these stories and more with political analysts Frank Torres and Jason Henry.


Blake Trent of S E E K /n/ F I N D. Photo: Paola Chinchilla

Seek /n/ Find Lead Singer finds Catharsis in Song Writing



Seek \n/ Find lead singer Blake Trent says writing music is cathartic for him. The band was one of the Central Florida entries in NPR’s Tiny Desk contest, and performed as part of WMFE’s Tiny Desk local favorites concert at The Abbey.





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