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Archive for Friday, October 26, 2018




Intersection: Red Tide & Blue-Green Algae; Zambonis; Kaley Honeycutt

https://wmfe-od.streamguys1.com/intersection/102618_Intersection.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSBlue-green algae hit the headlines in 2016,  clogging the waterways around the St. Lucie river with Toxic slime. The blue-green algae is still around, and now theres another aquatic menace spreading along the Atlantic coast and littering the beaches with dead fish: red tide. So whats behind these blooms? How much do scientists know about what causes red tide and how and why it spreads? Today on Intersection we take a closer look at the problems fouling Floridas waterways. Were joined by 90.7s ...
Published in Intersection Podcast

Intersection Sessions: Kaley Honeycutt

Kaley Honeycutts band released their debut album- Sunny Florida-  in 2017. The Boston based Honeycutt stopped by WMFEs studios in October last year to play a couple songs and talk about her surf rock band- formerly known as Baby- now Honey Cutt.
Published in Intersection, Intersection Sessions