First up, Kevin Peters, Leon County Emergency Planning, and Chief Jerome Gaines, Tallahassee Fire Department, come on to talk about the start of hurricane season and steps being taken to get ready. Then, Stacy Larkin, Sam Jackson, Kim Sineath and Mary Howell, Goodwill Industries of the Big Bend, join us to talk about expanding efforts […]
First, Jeremy Rogers joins us to talk about his organization that takes kids into the outdoors that otherwise wouldn’t have the ability to. Then Commissioner John Daily comes on to talk about his candidacy for Mayor.
First, Jeffrey Schweers, Tallahassee Democrat, comes on to discuss his reporting on the ongoing CRA investigation. Then Dave Gussack, FSU Professor and Chair of the Art Education Department, joins us to talk about his upcoming books.
First, Coach Sue Semrau, FSU Women’s Basketball head coach, joins us to talk about their season and recruitment efforts. Then Drew and Amelia Tillman, Till Management, come on to talk about their upcoming Tallahassee Songwriters Festival.
The 2018 Tallahassee Food Challenge is underway, and Tallahassee Talks is at the center of this annual information campaign to raise awareness and encourage all of us to give generously to local food charities during this critical time of year. For this live remote broadcast coming from Gaines Street Pies, presenting sponsor Jeremy Matlow, co-owner […]
In this political season, there are a number of important races at hand both locally and state-wide. Among them, House Representative for District 79 Matt Caldwell is running for Agriculture Commissioner of Florida. Representative Caldwell will talk with Brien about his plan for Florida’s agriculture, and the impact the department can have on local communities […]
First Mary Dekle, Second Harvest, comes on to talk about feeding the hungry. Then Katrina Rolle and Bernice Cox, United Way of the Big Bend, join us to talk about ALICE and helping those that classify as such.
Tallahassee Community Chorus is celebrating their thirtieth anniversary and bringing their 2018 season to a close with their performance of Leonard Bernstein’s “A White House Cantata”. This remarkable stage show was first performed in 1976 in New York as a Broadway musical and has been revived as a cantata for contemporary audiences. The chorus will […]