Dalia Colón is excited to return to WUSF as producer of the Zest podcast. From 2010 to 2014, Dalia covered health and features for WUSF. Before that, she was a staff reporter for the Tampa Bay Times and Cleveland Magazine.
Dalia's work has been recognized by the Suncoast Regional Emmys, Telly Awards, Florida Associated Press Broadcasters, Tampa Bay Association of Black Journalists and others. She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Ohio University and a master's degree in Spanish education from Kent State University.
When Dalia isn't sipping mojitos in the name of podcast research, you can find her in one of her other roles—producer/co-host of WEDU Arts Plus and mom to Norah and Benji, who always have an appetite for fun.
Janet Keeler, a former longtime food editor for the Tampa Bay Times, says we should think outside of the soup can.
She suggests weekly shopping trips, and not driving all over town to save a few pennies.
Sustainability depends on many factors including the species, location, time of year, how the organism is harvested and how the harvest is regulated. Here are some general guidelines.
Want a truly authentic Thanksgiving dinner? You may have to forgo the standard mashed potatoes and stuffing and opt for some stewed pumpkin.
Spiny lobster season in Florida lasts from Aug. 6 to March 31, and the state's wildlife commission has rules in place to ensure that it's not a free-for...