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Spotlight

Spotlight: Incandescence- The Nightwalker Festival


Incandescence- The Nightwalker Festival is a glow in the dark art festival featuring music, vendors and a mural painting competition. 90.7’s Nicole Creston spoke to festival organizer Troy Gregory about the festival, and about his struggles with homelessness.
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Nearly 80 homeless men and women camped outside of the Volusia County Administration Center in Daytona Beach in January 2016. Photo: Renata Sago.
Intersection

Intersection: New Hope For Daytona Beach Homeless Shelter


How close is Daytona Beach to building a homeless shelter? Faith leaders and city officials are hoping they’ll soon have county funding to build a new shelter. We talk to Father Phil Egitto, pastor at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Daytona Beach about the role of the faith community in helping the homeless.
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Intersection Podcast

Intersection: Sustainability & Climate Change; Maitland Arts Center; Hygiene For The Homeless


https://wmfeintersection.s3.amazonaws.com/011017_Intersection.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSRising seas mean Florida is right in the cross hairs of climate change. But experts say there are things we can do slow it down… and prepare for the worst effects. We chat with Phillippe Cousteau- grandson of ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau- about the warming oceans and whether it’s possible to turn the tide of climate change. And Phillip Stoddart, biology professor and mayor of South Miami, talks about king tides and how residents are dealing with the impact of climate …
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