Saluting our volunteers

April is Volunteer Month, and a great time to thank WGCU’s amazing team of volunteers, who are essential to everything we do. They are dedicated people […]

Pulitzer: Meet the man behind the awards

Speaking little English, Joseph Pulitzer, a Jewish immigrant from Hungary, came to America during the Civil War as a Union Army recruit. Although he arrived in […]

All aboard for trip to the Ringling

Join WGCU On the Road on Tuesday, April 16 for a private docent-led tour of Ca’ d’Zan, the Ringling’s 56-room mansion on Sarasota Bay. John Ringling […]

An homage to Mister Rogers

He gave us the most precious gift of all: the courage to be kind. For more than 30  years, American children grew up watching “Mister Rogers’ […]

Margaret, the Rebel Princess

Elizabeth was queen, but their eyes were watching Margaret. How should a princess act? Fairy tales give us ideas. So does Disney. So do the younger […]

A bevy of Black History Month programs on PBS

PBS has lined up a huge variety of shows about the black experience. Perspectives include the historical, contemporary, celebratory and contemplative. First in line is Antiques […]

Thanks to our Leadership Circle

WGCU thanks the members of the Leadership Circle for their giving and support. Dr. Z. Allen & Conda D. Abbott             […]