The Current: Tampa Councilwoman Lisa Montelione, WEDU’s Human Trafficking Film, Florida Dance Theatre and a Controversial New Photo Exhibit

Did you miss this past weekend’s edition (September 22nd) of CBS Tampa Bay’s The Current? No problem! Click the audio player above to catch the whole episode featuring:

Tampa City Councilwoman Lisa Montelione on Tampa’s 2014 budget, how a city’s budget comes together, getting citizens more involved and interacting with government leaders online (connect with her on Twitter at @LJMFLA and on Facebook);

Photographer Christine Santos on her controversial photo exhibit “Nursing is Natural…Naturally Beautiful” on display in Bartow;

Naseem Rahman on location at the Tampa Theatre premiere of WEDU’s human trafficking documentary “Too Close To Home”;

Florida Dance Theatre‘s executive director Carol Erkes on Polk County’s only professional dance company and their upcoming 20th anniversary season

Carol Erkes leads her dancers in rehearsal at Lakeland's Florida Dance Theatre (photo credit: Franco Ripple/CBS Tampa Bay)

Carol Erkes leads her dancers in rehearsal at Lakeland’s Florida Dance Theatre (photo credit: Franco Ripple/CBS Tampa Bay)

The Current airs eight times every weekend on five CBS Radio stations. Don’t forget to send us your comments by Twitter at @TheCurrentCBS, by text at 56022 (you’ll receive a bounceback text confirming we got yours) or by email at franco.ripple@cbsradio.com, and thanks for listening!

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