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Jodi Pena-Castaldi. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE

Helping Floridians Navigate The Affordable Housing Crisis

A recent report named the Orlando metro area as the worst place in the country for affordable housing, with many locals struggling to find homes and rentals within their budgets. Jodi Peña-Castaldi with Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida explains the impact of the affordable housing crisis.
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Eric and Colin Jacobsen. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE

Rivalry In Sports, Collaboration In Music: A Conversation With The Jacobsen Brothers

Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra artistic director Eric Jacobsen and his elder brother, violinist Colin Jacobsen have a long association with cellist Yo-Yo Ma and his ensemble Silk Road. Last May, they reunited on stage as the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra capped off its 25th anniversary season performing Brahms’ concerto for violin and cello. The Jacobsen brothers joined Intersection for a conversation about performing together, working with Yo-Yo Ma and their rivalry across the ping pong table. 
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Artist’s impression of the SLS launchin from Kennedy Space Center. Image: NASA

NASA’s Space Launch System Beset By Delays

Will NASA’s big rocket ever get off the ground? The Space Launch System, designed to take the Orion capsule into deep space, has been dogged by delays. Now there’s a suggestion that commercial space companies could be brought in to help the Orion program.
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Dr. Candice Jones. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE

Talking To Teens About Mental Health

The Lake Mary High School community is in mourning after a 17 year old student took her own life on campus last week.  We check in with pediatrician Dr. Candice Jones about how to talk to teens about suicide and mental health.
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