Arts and Entertainment

Vinyl making a comeback

As technology advances, analog recording is exchanged for digital recording as devices get smaller. But as Florida’s 89.1 WUFT’s Brittany Wienke reports, a recent comeback of vinyl records may reverse this trend. [audio:http://www.wuft.org/media/audio/vinyl.mp3]

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Lame duck governor pardons rock legend Jim Morrison

The late singer and frontman of the rock band “The Doors,” Jim Morrison, was posthumously pardoned Thursday afternoon by outgoing Florida Governor Charlie Crist. Morrison was charged with indecent exposure back in 1970 for a concert in Miami. Trent Kelly spoke to singer-songwriter Rod MacDonald from Delray Beach, who teaches …

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Cowboy art with a conservation message

Sean Sexton is this year’s keynote speaker at this Sunday’s Conservation Trust For Florida Round-up and Awards Celebration at the Whitehurst Horse Prairie Ranch off County Road 346 near Archer. Sexton’s 600-acre cattle ranch in Indian River County has a conservation easement to try and make sure the ranch stays …

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Do you believe in ghosts? Halloween approaches….

The night most kids, and some adults have been waiting for all year is just days away. We’re talking about Halloween. Candy aside, ghosts are a big theme of the holiday. But are they more than just Urban Legends? Florida’s 89.1, WUFT FM’s Jason Hackett has more. [audio:http://www.wuft.org/media/audio/FP Paranormal Final.mp3]

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Hide your neck, Dracula is in Gainesville

The Hippodrome State Theatre is putting a modern twist on the blood-sucking play, Dracula. Lauren Caldwell directs the play which stars Justin Sease as Dracula and Jason Weis as Jonathan Harker. Justin Sease, or Dracula gives us an exclusive sneek peak at the blood-thirsty character. [audio:http://www.wuft.org/media/audio/dracula.mp3]

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