WUWF Staff

Florida Public Radio Emergency Nework

The coldest temperatures of the winter season so far are expected for central and south Florida tonight, where most inland and rural areas as far south as Lake Okeechobee could see frost or subfreezing temperatures.  While the air mass won’t be as cold as the one last week for North Florida, conditions are ideal for a widespread frost and inland freeze north of I-4 as well.  Residents and farmers should take action now to prevent damage to tender vegetation and pets sensitive to the cold.


Pensacola Symphony Orchestra

It's Beethoven and Blue Jeans at the Pensacola Symphony this Saturday, with a wide ranging program featuring a return appearance of trumpeter Ryan Anthony.  Peter Rubardt and Hedi Salanki were in the studios earlier this week to talk about the program.

The concert is coming up this Saturday at 8:00pm in the Saenger Theatre, downtown Pensacola. Tickets and information available at  435-2533 or pensacolasymphony.com


Join us for WUWF's long running live music program, broadcast live each month from Historic Pensacola Village in Downtown Pensacola. On February 6, host Pat Crawford welcomes Danny Schmidt, Carrie Elkin, and Ed Gerhard.


  IHMC Robotics rode a strong second day in the DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC) to finish in second place overall in the second phase of the international robotics competition. The team from the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition in Pensacola was up against 16 of the best robotics development teams in the world.

Pensacola Camellia Club

Planning for the national meeting of the American Camellia Society (ACS) and its national camellia show has been top priority for the Pensacola Camellia Club (PCC) for the past year. Several hundred visitors are expected, including some international experts such as Ms. Patricia Short, the president of the International Camellia Society, who will come from London.