The Current: American Idol Finalist Scott MacIntyre, Author Dawna Stone’s New Book, Tampa’s Hispanic Man & Woman of 2013, St. Petersburg Science Festival, ACS Making Strides Walk

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First half: The Current from Oct 13

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Second half: The Current from Oct 13

Did you miss this past weekend’s edition (October 13th) of CBS Tampa Bay’s The Current? No problem! Click the audio players above to catch the whole episode featuring:

Sandra Blackburn with the American Cancer Society’s 2013 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in downtown Tampa on October 19th;

Author Dawna Stone on her new book Healthy You: 14 Days to Quick and Permanent Weight Loss and a Healthier, Happier You available October 15th;

American Idol finalist Scott MacIntyre on being the show’s first blind finalist and his VSA Florida concert at USF on October 18th;

ABC Action News’ Lissette Campos-Perez, Visit Tampa Bay’s Santiago Corrada and Dr. Luz Lono on Tampa Hispanic Heritage, Inc.’s 2013 Hispanic Man & Woman of the Year Gala on October 26th (ticket deadline October 18th);

Secrets of the Sea’s Howard Rutherford on the 2013 St. Petersburg Science Festival and free family science fun, October 19th at USF St. Petersburg

American Idol finalist Scott MacIntyre will visit Tampa for a concert presented by VSA Florida (photo credit: Scott MacIntyre)

American Idol finalist Scott MacIntyre will visit USF in Tampa for a concert presented by VSA Florida (photo credit: Scott MacIntyre)

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