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Disabilities won't dash this theater lover's dream

7/1/2017
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Daniel Perkins of Melbourne won't let Autism or Asperger syndrome stop him from working toward his dream job: Broadway

Duration: 00:09:03


Remembering Adam

2/25/2017
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As a mother mourning the loss of her only child, Michelle Lee knows pain. But through support groups and the kindness of friends and family, the Melbourne woman also knows hope. Read FLORIDA TODAY reporter Jennifer Sangalang's story at http://on.flatoday.com/2lSA902

Duration: 00:08:17


Disney tips from annual passholders

2/9/2017
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FLORIDA TODAY's Luann Manderville and Britt Kennerly discuss the benefits of being passholders and offer tips and tricks to saving a few bucks at the parks on each visit.

Duration: 00:20:22


From inmate to inspiration

11/19/2016
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This week on the FLORIDA TODAY Podcast, we introduce you to Nestor “Buyett” Funelas of Palm Bay. Once a troubled teen, Buyett took a downturn in his life and “flipped a switch” to become an inspiration to thousands of kids across the country.

Duration: 00:17:27


What does it take to be an exotic male dancer?

11/11/2016
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Inquiring minds wanted to know, so we asked Jeff Pappas of the "50 Shades of Magic" male revue. Check out what he has to say about the energy it takes to perform, the women who come to see his group and the charities they help out along the way.

Duration: 00:17:48


Are you ready for FLAVOR!?

9/29/2016
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FLORIDA TODAY Food and Dining Reporter Suzy Fleming Leonard (@SuzyLeonard) joins Christina LaFortune (@LaFortuneC) in our studio this week to talk about FLAVOR! - FLORIDA TODAY's Dining Month event.

Duration: 00:12:04


Is Brevard really a GOP dominated county?

9/23/2016
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On this week's episode, FLORIDA TODAY's Matt Reed quizzes columnist John Byron on the political breakdown of the Space Coast.

Is a third party vote a 'wasted' vote?

9/16/2016
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This week, FLORIDA TODAY Public Information Editor Matt Reed talks to members of the Libertarian Party of Florida to get their take on the issues facing Brevard.

The primary election is over! Now what?

9/10/2016
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This week, FLORIDA TODAY Public Interest Editor Matt Reed and Bill Mick, conservative host of WMMB's 'Bill Mick LIVE!', talk elections.

School board chair defends decision to remove speaker

9/1/2016
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This week in an interview with FLORIDA TODAY Public Interest Editor Matt Reed, Andy Ziegler, the chair of the Brevard County School Board, defends his actions in a school board meeting incident, talks about changes in healthcare policy and discusses the software debacle.

What changes are coming for the Brevard School District?

8/27/2016
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FLORIDA TODAY Public Interest Editor Matt Reed sits down with Schools Superintendent Desmond Blackburn to answer that question and find out the status on the district's software deal.

The Iron Man Cake

7/29/2016
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Grab a tissue. This week, Christina LaFortune helps tell the story of resident Nerdgirl Jennifer Sangalang's cake challenge with cake artist Marelyn Elwood and how the end result went to the Haven to make for a very special birthday surprise.

The Lice Invasion

4/29/2016
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This week on the FLORIDA TODAY Podcast we dive into an itchy topic: Head Lice. Here's what parents need to know about the pesky parasites and what the schools won't tell you about the problem in your child's classroom.

Murder on the Space Coast

4/8/2016
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News columnist John A. Torres gives you a sneak peek into a summer podcast series he's working on called Murder on the Space Coast. Today, he focuses on the case of Jeffrey Abramowski and the problem of having a bipolar attorney.

Inside the 'Shawshank' fugitive case

3/4/2016
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Learn more about FLORIDA TODAY reporter Rick Neale's story on Frank Freshwaters - the man who escaped from an Ohio prison nearly half a century ago and remained on the run until his capture in rural Brevard County last May.