"The Real Story," January 2016

Mental illness blurs the line between fiction and reality. Meet Tony, “King of the Streets,” and Carson, the woman who tried to tell his story.

 

 

"CONSTRUCTION WORKERS: BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE," August 2015

Ever noticed how construction workers can’t seem to do anything right in the eyes of the public? Here’s their side of the story.

 

 

"SEIU Healthcare Picnic," SUmmer 2008

Over the weekend in St. Petersburg, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) held a picnic in order to draw attention to the need for healthcare reform in the U.S.

 

 

"MILITARY FAIR," SUmmer 2008

On Saturday afternoon in Tarpon Springs, the annual Military Day and Veterans’ Resource Fair unfolded on the campus of East Lake High School. Though the event was aimed at showcasing military history and veterans’ services, it also became a stage for dissenting opinions about the display of weaponry on public school property.

 

 

"LGBT PRIDE PARADE ST. PETE," Summer 2008

In St. Petersburg, scores of people celebrated LGBT culture at the 2008 Pride Parade. But they acknowledged that certain political and social milestones had yet to be reached.

 

 

"Marketing or lying?," October 2016

If you’re wearing a backpack, there’s a good chance that it was made by Herschel Supply Company. They’re becoming one of the most iconic brands in America. But all is not what it seems… In this segment, Carson Frame asks: “What’s the line between marketing and lying?”

 

"Informal logic," January 2017

What happens when rationality and mental illness meet?

 

"Informal logic," January 2017

What happens when rationality and mental illness meet?

 

"The Fear of Falling," November 2016

Two skateboarders... on hitting the concrete.

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