Space Coast Symphony Presents Big Band Bash Aug 27 & 28

The Space Coast Symphony presents the Space Coast Jazz Orchestra in a swinging summer concert featuring music of the 1920s, ’30s and ’40s. Under the direction of Stetson University's Dr. Patrick Hennessey, the JAZZ Orchestra will perform big band favorites featuring music from the 1920's through the 1970's. Central Florida's finest jazz musicians will perform works by Woody Herman, Count Basie, Henry Mancini, Glenn Miller, John Williams and other greats. Singing alongside the musicians will...
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Sharon Van Etten has released a new song she wrote in memory of the victims of the June shooting at Orlando's Pulse nightclub. "Not Myself" is a gorgeous, haunting elegy, with Van Etten's voice layered over simple piano and a droning synth. "It's too much to take," she sings. "It's too much at stake. I want you to be yourself around me."

  FITS-STEM Scholarship

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Florida Tech a grant to provide scholarship opportunities, termed as FITS-STEM (Florida Institute of Technology scholarships in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math) scholarships, to students who transfer from community or state colleges into the programs of civilchemical or ocean engineering

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The Florida Surf Museum is proud to present “Hobgood- The Exhibit” which chronicles the careers of twin brothers CJ and Damien Hobgood. They are the latest in a long line of champion surfers that have come from the Space Coast of Florida. The brothers grew up in Satellite Beach and quickly advanced in the highly competitive local contest scene. Their competitive drive propelled them to the World Championship Tour circuit, where they excelled for nearly 20 years.
 

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The heart of hurricane season is here, and the tropics are certainly alive. Three systems of interest are moving across the open waters of the Atlantic. Fizzling Tropical Depression Fiona and budding Tropical Storm Gaston are of little concern, but a much weaker undeveloped tropical "something" -- presently referred as Invest 99 by the meteorological community -- is creating quite a stir on social media.

There's brutal honesty in the songs of Margaret Glaspy that can make them feel cold, but they're also heartfelt. That's part of what makes Glaspy a top new artist of 2016 for many of the writers here at NPR Music.

International hip hop star Wyclef Jean will perform a free concert in downtown Melbourne during the Florida Institute of Technology’s Homecoming Fest, honoring his late friend, fellow Haitian and Space Coast soccer legend Fidgi Haig.

Rio 2016 organizers dropped the curtain on the Summer Games on Sunday after hosting the world's elite athletes who've competed for 306 medals over the past 19 days here in Rio de Janeiro.

The closing ceremony starts at 8 p.m. local time, which is one hour ahead of Eastern Time. Because of NBC's time delay, it's airing at 8 p.m. ET and progressively later across the U.S.

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W.A. Mozart and American violinist Rachel Barton Pine both began their musical careers at about the same age -- three!

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NASA's OSIRIS-REx will be the first U.S. mission to sample the surface of an asteroid, and return the sample to Earth. WFIT's Rick Glasby was at the Kennedy Space Center to learn more about the spacecraft and the September 8th launch.
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