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The Sunshine Economy, takes a fresh look at the key industries transforming South Florida into a regional powerhouse. From investments in health care, storm preparedness, international trade, real estate and technology based start-ups, tune in to learn more about one of the worlds most vibrant and diverse economies.
 
There's no place anywhere else in the country quite like South Florida. From the Keys all the way up the Palm Beaches , WLRN's daily program Sundial brings you the stories that make our home unique. Interviews about news, politics, music, sports, arts, and food, all with a local twist.Are you a book lover? Sundial has a monthly book club dedicated to read, share and discuss books and characters that are unique to South Florida. You can join the conversation here. Do you love live music? Sund ...
 
A podcast about how and why gentrification happens. Season 3, produced in partnership with WLRN, Miami’s public radio station, introduces us to “climate gentrification,” reporting about the ways climate change, and our adaption to it, may seriously intensify the affordable housing crisis in many cities. In many parts of the US, black communities were pushed to low-lying flood prone areas. As Nadege Green reports, in Miami, the opposite is true. Black communities were built on high elevation ...
 
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In this Florida Public Media production, journalists explore the high costs of the pandemic for children and young adults who faced some of the greatest obstacles to success in school well before COVID-19 upended public education. For the full series, visit classofcovid.org.By Florida Public Media Staff
 
On Friday’s program we took a closer look at who is now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine - and where to get it - with Julio Ochoa of WUSF and Nicole Darden Creston of WMFE. We also examined why Governor Ron DeSantis and Publix continue to face questions about decisions on where to distribute the medicine with Sarah Blaskey of the Miami Herald . An…
 
A look at the minimum wage and medical marijuana in the Legislative Session. Plus, a new book on Miami's connection to the illegal gold trade. How LGBTQ students are finding connection in quarantine and a new sculpture exhibition in West Palm Beach exploring mental health.By Chris Remington, Suria Rimer
 
In this 59th edition of WLRN's monthly handcrafted podcast, hear Emiliann Lorenzen deliver the world news before enjoying the song "Girls" by Girl in Red. Stay tuned next for Mer Safina's interview with lesbian feminist scholar and activist, Sheila Jeffreys. Jeffreys talks about the social construction of our sexuality and what that means for women…
 
During this special Class of COVID-19 edition of The Sunshine Economy, superintendents of South Florida school districts detail how they're trying to find thousands of students who aren't going to school — and what the consequences will be if they don't.By Jessica Bakeman, Tom Hudson
 
The Miami Herald's Jacqueline Charles provided an update on the ongoing political unrest in Haiti, as thousands are calling for President Jovenel Moïse to step down. Plus, the 34th annual New World Symphony gala will be entirely virtual this year with the theme of resilience. And Live from the 305 presents Miami's indie rock darlings Magic City Hip…
 
Could a new administration and the NRA in financial shambles help gun reform pass? Why recycling isn’t working in this country right now and what can be done to make it better. Trudy Berlin is known as the "Jewish Oprah" in her Boca Raton community — we learn how she got that nickname.By Leslie Ovalle, Suria Rimer
 
There are more cases of the U.K. COVID-19 mutation in Florida than any other state. And more cases in South Florida than anyplace else in the state. Meantime, enforcement of safety measure is uneven. Plus, some Miami Beach officials say the South Beach Entertainment District "has to go."By Tom Hudson
 
In an ongoing fight between amateur investors and Wall Street hedge funds, hedge funds got the upper hand this week. Florida Atlantic University professor Rainford Knight explains the stock market drama connecting Reddit users, institutional investors — and potentially Congress.By Chris Remington
 
In this edition of WLRN's monthly handcrafted podcast hear the world news delivered by Emiliann Lorenzen after WLRN's newest member, Mer Safina, begins the show with the greeting.After the world news, enjoy music by the Go Gos and Sia before listening to interview clips of discussions of dance and our experiences of it from Thistle Pettersen and Ag…
 
On Friday's program, we took a closer look at where things stand with the state’s supply of COVID-19 vaccines - as well as the latest on its distribution efforts - with Ben Conarck , who covers health care for the Miami Herald and Stephanie Colombini , who reports on health care news for WUSF in Tampa. Long-Term Care Facilities and the COVID-19 Vac…
 
Should teachers be required to come back to the classroom? Is there a lost generation of high school athletes who will lose out on opportunities because of the pandemic? Plus, pop star Jason Derulo on growing up in South Florida and social activism on TikTok.By Suria Rimer, Leslie Ovalle
 
Fewer people were vaccinated for the COVID-19 virus in South Florida over the past week than the week before. Meantime, infections continue growing and the death toll keeps climbing. This has been a week of falling vaccinations and rising infections.By Verónica Zaragovia, Tom Hudson
 
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