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Archive for Friday, May 31, 2019



Intersection: Hurricane Prep; Adam Troy Castro; Blackberry

https://wmfe-od.streamguys1.com/intersection/Intersection_053119.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSForecasters are predicting an average season, with between nine and fifteen named storms. Two to four of them could be major hurricanes, category 3 or higher. On this episode of Intersection, we chat to meteorologist Bryan Karrick and Seminole County emergency manager Alan Harris about preparing for storm season: what to put in your emergency kit, how to plan for an evacuation, and what to expect after a hurricane passes through And FPREN meteorologist Jeff Huffman talks to Jared Moskowitz, Florida’s ...
Published in Intersection Podcast

Science Fiction Author Adam Troy Castro

South Florida author Adam Troy Castro has published 27 books and counting. He writes science fiction, horror and books for kids, and hes in Orlando this weekend at the Orlando Area Science Fiction Societys Annual Convention. He stopped by the studio to talk about what inspires his writing and what keeps him motivated.
Published in Intersection

Blackberry brings a blend of Soul and Latin music to their Tiny Desk Performance

Blackberry was the second performance of the Intersection Live Recording at The Abbey. They performed Monkey on My Back, the song they submitted to the Tiny Desk Competition. The group comprises Ebieri Sofiyea on vocals, Alberto Rodriguez guitar and they were joined by Andres Ochoa on drums. Together they brought songs with soulful vocals and latin guitar tones to the stage.
Published in Intersection, Intersection Sessions


Getting Ready For 2019 Hurricane Season

Are you ready for hurricane season? Forecasters are predicting an average season, with between nine and fifteen named storms. Two to four of them could be major hurricanes, category 3 or higher. We chat to a meteorologist and an emergency manager about preparing for storm season: what to put in your emergency kit, how to plan for an evacuation, and what to expect after a hurricane passes through. And we hear how the state of Florida is getting ready for the next major hurricane.
Published in Intersection, Storms



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