WMFE is Central Florida's primary provider of NPR programming on 90.7 FM and Classical Music on 90.7 HD2. Part of the community since 1965, WMFE focuses on providing quality national and local news and programming. We inspire and empower all Central Floridians to discover, grow and engage within and beyond their world.
Artlando. It’s one day, one big festival, all about art. And it takes place Saturday in Loch Haven Park. One of the artists who will be there is Eddie Fulcher who uses fire, crystals, chemistry and more to create his textured paintings. Published in Central Florida News, Spotlight
The website for Amatista Cookhouse at Sapphire Falls, the new Loews resort at Universal Orlando, says that it “transports guests to a paradise in the heart of the tropics. Published in Central Florida News, Spotlight
Federal dollars for new Everglades restoration could flow as early as next year. The money comes from a bill making its way through Congress.
The restoration would be aimed at sending more water south from Lake Okeechobee rather than east and west to coastal estuaries. Published in Central Florida News, Environment
A barbershop in Orlando is offering more than haircuts this Saturday. African American leaders are trying to trim the number of unregistered voters in Florida. For Our Future Action Fund will be at Styles of Life 2 as part of their local barbershop voter registration drive. Published in Central Florida News
Most hospitals offer palliative care services, but hospital programs vary widely, and the majority fail to provide adequate staff to meet national guidelines, a recent study found. Published in Central Florida News, Health, Health Nerd, Health WMFE
Elon Musk wants to go to Mars. The SpaceX founder and multi-planetary visionary outlined his plan to colonize Mars at a talk at the International Astronautical Congress. Published in Are We There Yet, Space
In this presidential election the unfavorability of both major party candidates, Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton, are at record highs. So is this the year when third parties really make their mark? Published in Intersection Podcast
The Bronx Boys, Alan Murray and Dan Lowery, met on the traditional Irish music circuit in New York City. Murray and Lowery bring the foot stomping tradition of the Irish bar to the studios of WMFE. Published in Central Florida News, Intersection