WLRN's hour long original documentary pays tribute to Florida Jews who have served in military campaigns from the Seminole Wars through Afghanistan, and who sometimes made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
In celebration of Lake Placid’s recent accolade as being named America’s Most Interesting Town by Reader’s Digest, the Tour Lake Placid Society hosted a premier screening of WLRN’s Weird Florida: On the Road at the Caladium Arts and Crafts Co-op.
Show times were 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. It started out with a full house of 68 people, the second showing had 55, and the third had 44 for a total of 167 people who watched the video. Everyone loved it. There was a drawing for a free book and DVD, which was later donated to the Lake Placid Public Library.
From the shadows of Ashley’s Restaurant fans gathered for a Big Weird Florida Bash !!
Over 100 people showed up for a special screening of the new episode of WLRN’s Weird Florida: On the Road Again. This event took place at Florida’s well-known haunted eatery, Ashley’s Restaurant which lasted until 11pm. In addition to the screening, there was live music, a real séance led by The Great Cindini, and a remote broadcast on Spookhunters Radio from America’s skeptical ghost hunter Owen Sliter. Books and DVDs were sold as well as a raffle for giveaways.
WLRN's new documentary takes viewers on a rollicking ride along Florida’s only All-American Road. Experience the stunning beauty of the Florida Keys and meet a colorful cast of off-beat characters in this half-hour documentary about an unforgettable road trip on “the highway that goes to sea.” Filmmaker Tim Long (Bohemia in the Tropics, Escape to Dreamland) heads off the mainland down US Highway One from Key Largo to Key West in search of the people who personify the Florida Keys’ unique, funky, laid-back island culture.