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Local Teens Learn Culinary Skills During Spring Break

Spring break may be a time of leisure for most school-aged kids, but some local teens are using the time off from school to learn ...
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Fort Myers Rabbi Explains Purim, the So-Called ‘Jewish Halloween’

Wednesday night marked the start of Purim. WGCU’s Rachel Iacovone spoke with Rabbi Nicole Luna of Temple Beth-El in Fort Myers ahead of the holiday ...
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SWFL Admissions Professionals React to College Cheating Scandal

Fifty people have been indicted following a college admissions scandal, involving universities across the country. Here in Southwest Florida, professionals from both sides of the ...
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Public Art in Fort Myers

Wars, hurricanes, railroads and a variety of other factors played key roles in the historical shaping of Fort Myers, but in his latest book, author ...
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Kyle Anne Duggan Performs Live!

Southwest Florida-based singer, songwriter, guitarist, composer and arranger Kyle Anne Duggan performs live in studio!  She’ll be featured in the final installment of this season’s “Noteworthy Showcase: ...
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We Focus On Religious Persecution with Local Imam and Rabbi

  In the wake of the shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, we’re zeroing in on religious persecution. The attacks killed 50 people, 29 ...
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Experts: Red Tide Was Among 5 Worst In Florida’s History

Experts say the red tide that plagued Florida’s coastline for 15 months is one of the five worst toxic algae events in the state’s recorded ...
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FGCU Requests 9.3 Million For Red Tide Research

Florida Gulf Coast University researchers began the process this week to pursue funding for an initiative focusing on red tide research ...
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FGCU Researcher Reveals The Cause Of Red Tide During Lecture Series Speech

Listen to the audio version of this story. During the height of this past summer’s toxic algae bloom, a team of researchers from Florida Gulf ...
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Red Tide Affects Seabird Species Differently

Seabird specialists say that toxic red tide blooms in the Gulf of Mexico affect every species differently. Some shore birds are affected later than others ...
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