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Intersection

Intersection: Adventures In Food


Take a tour of the brand new “flavor lab” at Disney, where chefs dream up the menus for the millions of Mickey Mouse fans who visit the parks. Then, host Matthew Peddie samples a fruit so pungent that it’s banned on public transportation in some parts of the world. Also, Orlando Sentinel food editor and dining critic Heather McPherson shares some highlights from the area’s burgeoning restaurant scene.
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Beacon College classroom. PHOTO: Beacon College
Intersection

Intersection: Focus On Education


Education for Floridians with special needs has a particular significance for Senate President Andy Gardiner. He joins the program to talk about a new law that expands opportunities for those with special needs. Also, an Osceola County teacher explains the growing need for teachers who speak Spanish. And Beacon College president George Hagerty talks about the challenges of taking on students with learning disabilities.
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Intersection

Intersection: Primary Politics, Medical Marijuana & Fracking


Jeb and Rubio are still in the hunt for the Republican presidential nomination as the primary heads to South Carolina. Morgan and Morgan takes on Monster- the energy drink company. Seminole County takes a stand against fracking. And the medical marijuana industry could be worth millions to the Sunshine state. It’s the Friday news round up on Intersection.
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Zika has been confirmed in Osceola County.
Health

Intersection: Zika Virus Q&A


Zika has now reached Central Florida. Cases of the mosquito borne virus have surfaced in Osceola County, joining six other Florida counties. 90.7’s health reporter Abe Aboraya, Dr. Christopher Hunter and Dr. Federico Laham answer listeners’ questions on the Zika virus.
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Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio battle for the Republican nomination.
Intersection

Intersection: Iowa Caucus & Florida Ballot Initatives


Voters in Iowa caucused last night and now the candidates are setting their sights on New Hampshire. And, the deadline to collect enough signatures to get a constitutional amendment on the Florida ballot for 2016 just passed. We’ll dig into two big issues facing Floridians in November: medical marijuana and solar power.
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Intersection

Intersection: Friday News Round Table


The long, grueling presidential election is moving into the next phase. Also, Orange County residents have brand new trash bins, but many of them aren’t happy. And medical marijuana supporters net enough signatures to get an amendment on the ballot for November.
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