The new WFIT t-shirt features a limited edition design by Derek Gores. With his fine art canvases on display in galleries from New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Sydney, and more, Derek Gores’ design clients include ESPN, U2, Adidas, Madonna, Harley Davidson, and the NFL.
With your pledge of $60 you will get to wear this exceptional work of art, and show off your WFIT pride.
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WFIT has become the soundtrack of your daily life by playing the music, news and entertainment that you love. You can give back to WFIT by donating during our Fall fund drive, going on right now (September 23rd – October 2nd)! Call 321-674-8950 and support local your public radio!
One hundred years ago a young Los Angeles musician drove across the Arizona desert, multiple gas cans strapped to his jeep, to watch the sun rise over the Grand Canyon. Ferde Grofe was so bowled over by the mysterious experience, he vowed to translate it for others.
"I was enthralled in the silence, you know, because as it got lighter and brighter then you could hear the birds chirping and nature coming to life," said Grofe in an interview later in life. "All of a sudden, bingo! There it was, the sun. I couldn't hardly describe it in words because words would be inadequate."
Rick Nemetz, Eau Gallie Rotary member and Chairman of the Rocky Water Brewfest, John Curtis and Kyle Smyth Co-owners of Intracoastal Brewing Company outline the event.
Rocky Water Brew Fest is presented to you by the Eau Gallie Rotary Club. Rocky Water is an event that will bring together some of the best breweries in Florida. Only the finest breweries will be invited to the Rocky Water Brew Fest. You can enjoy unlimited tastings with your ticket to the event. Find a new favorite brew this October.
Proceeds benefit the Eau Gallie Rotary Club and their efforts in our community.
John C. Mather, an astrophysicist who shared the 2006 Nobel Prize for Physics for his work on the Cosmic Background Explorer satellite and now serves as senior project scientist for the $8.7 billion James Webb Space Telescope, will visit Florida Institute of Technology on Thursday, Sept. 22, to speak to students and the public at two free events. more.....
Daniel Batcheldor, Department Head of Physics and Space Sciences at FL Tech discusses the upcoming lecture.
One evening. Two amazing artists! Jeff Kashiwa is one of the most compelling young saxophonists in contemporary jazz. Having established himself in the 1990’s as one of the most diverse saxmen in contemporary jazz during his decade long tenure with The Rippingtons, Kashiwa’s instincts led him to more dynamic endeavors through his solo career. It surprised many when Jeff left the group to venture out on his own, but he had things to say through his own music. Kashiwa now has nine CDs released under his own name and has continued to record as a guest artist with many other artists as well.