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8:45 am
Wed March 25, 2015

International Student Spotlight Features Doreen Lugano from Kenya

Doreen Lugano from Kenya, a Graduate Student majoring in Bio Technology, met up with EJ Castor at our WFIT Studios to participate in a Florida Tech International Student Spotlight. Doreen shared her thoughts on her home city, Nairobi. She also taught EJ a few words in Swahili.

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Live In Studio
1:55 pm
Tue March 24, 2015

Lauren Marie - Live in Studio at WFIT - Videos

Sound Waves host Todd Kennedy with Lauren Marie and Band Live in Studio
Rose Mantle

We loved having local singer/songwriter Lauren Marie at WFIT for a Live in Studio Session. Lauren's new album Welcome to the Family is now available on ITunes.

https://www.bandpage.com/laurenmarie

Here's a couple of video clips from that session.

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Live In Studio
11:38 am
Tue March 24, 2015

Monday's Mona Lisa - Live Session at WFIT Studios

Monday's Mona Lisa, the wildly popular Pop/Rock/Alternative band from Satellite Beach, Florida visited the WFIT Broadcast Center Wednesday, March 25.  The band recorded a live session/interview with Todd Kennedy, host of Sound Waves.  http://www.mondaysmonalisa.com/

The session will be aired Friday, April 3rd at 12 noon.

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WFIT Features
7:42 am
Mon March 23, 2015

Mozart's Attic, Thursday, March 26, 10 pm

Glenn Gould

Was he a genius or was he nuts.... or maybe a little of both.

Canadian Pianist Glenn Gould  is particularly associated with the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, though the composer wrote not one  note for the piano. How can a performer's interpretations be both oh-so-wrong yet simultaneously oh-so-right?

Or again... maybe it's a little of both.

Listen to Glenn Gould's Bach on this Thursday's Mozart's Attic, and see what you think.

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Podcasts
7:30 am
Mon March 23, 2015

Hike or Bike the Coast to Coast Connector Trail

A rare opportunity to hike or cycle what will become a key segment of the Coast to Coast Connector in

Brevard. The approximately seven-mile stretch, when complete in early 2017, will become part of the future East Central Florida Regional Rail Trail and, eventually, be part of a paved trail linking the Gulf Coast with the Atlantic Ocean.

Availability is limited and pre-registration is required.

There are two Saturdays to choose from — April 4 and May 2.

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