West Coast Black Theatre Troupe and The Story of Stuff
The West Coast Black Theatre Troupe has made an indelible mark in Sarasota, and we are pleased to be speaking with founder Nate Jacobs about what's coming up in the new season this week on Renaissance SRQ. westcoastblacktheatre.org/
"From the Mountains and Beyond" Monday Sept 28th, 4-6pm
Join Myself and Rob as we welcome "Oak Hay" Live in Studio. Oak Hay will be opening for this Saturday's concert for " Passerine " October 3rd, 8pm at the Fogartyville Community Media and Arts Center. I will also be introducing some new Artists to our WSLR listeners as well as some familiars.. Tune in 4-6pm.
Florida voters made it clear to the legisture with the passage of Amendment 1 that they wanted to conserve more land in the state. Apparently, the legislature did not get the message and now a coalition of groups are suing. Christine Johnson of the Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast will be in the studio to tell Steve and Lew about that court battle.
Later, Hassan Shibly, (left) director of CAIR will update us the continuing struggle Muslims face in America to be treated justly.
Join Stratosphere hosts as we speak with Kathryn Grant, Director, Southeast Region, with the Campaign to Keep Guns Off Campus. Florida HB 4001 and SB 68 are currently being promoted to mandate schools to allow bringing guns on campus and classroom. Kathryn will share local and national issues and what can be done to confront thes efforts.