Gulf Coast Life on WGCU

Monday through Thursday at 1 & 9PM

Gulf Coast Life is a locally produced talk show that strives to connect listeners to the people, places, and things that make Southwest Florida unique.

Monday: We’re joined by book publisher and lecturer James Abraham to learn about his 12-part Black History Lecture Series that’s happening throughout the month at locations around Punta Gorda, including his upcoming presentation “The Bailey Brothers, Bronze Warriors for Freedom.”

Hosted by: Julie Glenn
Produced by: Mike Kiniry

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Gulf Coast Life is funded by the Elizabeth B. McGraw Foundation

Florida Repertory Theatre

Florida Repertory Theatre’s 22nd season continues next week with performances of the one-man show “Every Brilliant Thing,” by playwright Duncan MacMillian.  The show runs from Feb. 25 through March 29.

The play is an interactive monologue involving a lot of audience participation.  Through tragedy and humor the show tackles heavy themes such as chronic depression, suicide, love, coping with loss and learning to appreciate all those things in life, big and small, that make it worth living.

Tara Calligan / WGCU

The dynamic music duo consisting of guitarist Max Hatt and vocalist Edda Glass perform live in the WGCU Studios ahead of their concert this Saturday, Feb. 22 at 7:00 p.m. in the Americana Community Music Association listening room at All Faiths Unitarian Congregation on McGregor Blvd. in Fort Myers.

NPR’s Mara Liasson Discusses Presidential Race

Feb 18, 2020
Mike Kiniry, WGCU

NPR National Political Correspondent and Fox News contributor Mara Liasson is back in Southwest Florida this week working with Florida Gulf Coast University journalism students in her role as FGCU’s first named Presidential Fellowship Scholar. 

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The 2018 blue-green algae bloom that filled much of Lake Okeechobee, the Caloosahatchee River, and its estuary with thick, green, toxic, algae left no doubt that real solutions to nutrient pollution must be found, not only for the sake of Southwest Florida’s economy, but the health of its citizens.

John Davis, WGCU

We’ll hear music recorded live at Juniper Recording by the Southwest Florida-based Southern Rock/Alt-Country Rock band Rosaline.  Juniper Recording is owned and operated by the band’s front man, guitarist, vocalist and sound engineer Caleb Neff. Rosaline’s first album “One Stoplight Town,” will be followed by an anticipated second album this spring.  

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