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Jon Busdeker, co-author of ‘100 Things To Do In Orlando Before You Die.’ Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE

100 Things To Do In Orlando Before You Die

If you’re not bound for the theme parks this weekend, there’s still plenty to do in the city beautiful. You can step off the beaten path and visit a jam factory, feed alligators, or even try skiing indoors. We chat to Jon Busdeker, co-author of the new edition of 100 Things To Do In Orlando Before You Die.
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The Myth And Reality Of Florida Man

Florida Man is popular meme that’s grown out of news headlines about Floridians in bizarre situations. Intersection’s Matthew Peddie sits down with three guests to talk about the myth and the reality behind Florida Man
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Vice President Mike Pence announces the creation of a Space Command at Kennedy Space Center. Photo: Office of the Vice President / Twitter.

Does Florida Still Have A Shot At Space Command?

Florida space advocates were hit with a setback last week: the state is out of the running as a potential location for the new space command headquarters. Space Florida’s Dale Ketcham and 90.7 space reporter Brendan Byrne join Intersection to talk about why Florida could still have a chance to land the command.
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Beth Kassab & Dr. Melvin Field. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE

Facing A Brain Tumor Diagnosis

While caring for her husband, Grady, after his diagnosis with brain cancer, the Orlando Sentinel’s Beth Kassab faced a health crisis of her own: doctors discovered she also had a brain tumor. Kassab joins Intersection, along with Advent Health’s surgical director for neuro-oncology, Dr. Melvin Field to discuss the physical and emotional challenge of confronting a brain tumor diagnosis.
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Orange County Fire Chief Jim Fitzgerald. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE.

A Conversation With Jim Fitzgerald, Orange County’s New Fire Chief

Jim Fitzgerald became a firefighter when he was 18, following in the footsteps of his grandfather.  He’s been in the fire service for some 42 years, and in what he calls one of the proudest moments of his career, he’s been named Orange County fire chief. Fitzgerald sat down to talk with Intersection about the challenges of fire rescue in a growing county, and what the success of the recent firefighter cancer bill means for the health of firefighters. 
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