Friday, March 21 @ 7:30 PM
Sunday, March 23 @ 12:00 PM
The Miami Herald published an investigative series titled, "Innocents Lost," highlighting child deaths that may have been preventable with proper oversight from Florida's Department of Children and Families (DCF). How and what policies can be implemented to help keep Florida’s children safe?
Frances Allegra, Our Kids of Miami-Dade/Monroe
Howard Talenfeld, Esq., Florida’s Children First
Several hot-button topics were discussed in the Florida legislature this week, such as the Stand your Ground law, the future of gaming in the state, and parental school choice. Our panelists share their thoughts.
Jose Mallea, JM Global Consulting
Alejandro Miyar, Esq., Fox Rothschild LLP
Friday, February 14 @ 7:30 PM
Sunday, February 16 @ 12:00 PM
Changing Attitudes on Cuba?
Sun Sentinel political writer Anthony Man joins us to discuss topics such as: recent polling that says more than half of Americans favor changing U.S. policy on Cuba, Charlie Crist announcing he’s against the Cuban embargo, and Hillary Clinton’s poll numbers in Florida for a 2016 presidential race.
Anthony Man, Sun Sentinel
Soccer in Downtown Miami?
Last week, soccer superstar David Beckham was in town to announce his commitment to bringing a Major League Soccer team to Miami. PortMiami is one of the locations being considered—but should it be?
Terry Murphy, Ph.D., Public Affairs Concepts
Friday, January 10 @ 7:30 PM
Sunday, January 12 @ 12:00 PM
Medical Marijuana in Florida?
Recreational marijuana has lit up Colorado—will medical marijuana do the same for Florida?
Ben Pollara, People United For Medical Marijuana
Bar License for Undocumented Immigrant?
A Tampa-area man, who is undocumented, passed the Florida Bar and would like to receive his law license. But can he practice law without a legal status? Law professor Ediberto Roman explains the evolving circumstances surrounding this case.
Ediberto Roman, J.D., Florida International University
Small Business Outlook for 2014
Access to credit continues to be a critical issue for small businesses. We discuss this and how South Florida’s small businesses will fare in 2014.
Albert Williams, Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University
Friday, December 6 @ 7:30 PM
Sunday, December 8 @ 12:00 PM
Obama’s Poll Numbers
President Barack Obama's approval rating fell below 40% in several polls this week. Even Millennials, originally strong supporters of this administration, have lost confidence as well. We discuss President Obama’s weak polling and how the current generational divide is influencing politics.
Michael Hernandez, Penn Schoen Berland
Miami Beach Convention Center Update
Incoming Miami Beach Mayor Phillip Levine based his campaign on the issue of the Miami Beach convention center. This after voters approved a rule that makes it harder to proceed with major renovations of the City-owned center. What can we expect in the months to follow?
Daniel Ricker, Watchdog Report
The Business of Art in South Florida
Art Basel returns to Miami this week and art aficionados are here to celebrate and nurture art, as well as to sell it. We discuss the business of art and Miami’s “inferiority complex.”
Ruth Shack, The Miami Foundation
Friday, November 29 @ 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, December 1 @ 12:00 p.m.
Retired Miami Herald publisher and children’s rights advocate, David Lawrence Jr., joins us on the program to discuss building community in diverse South Florida.
David Lawrence Jr., The Early Childhood Initiative Foundation
Profile on Boston Marathon Hero Carlos Arredondo
Cowboy-hat wearing Carlos Arredondo is perhaps best known for rushing in to help the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing in April. But in South Florida, he may be remembered as the father who set a Marine Corps van on fire after learning that his son was killed in Iraq. Sun Sentinel columnist Michael Mayo profiles the complex life of this unintentional hero.
Michael Mayo, Sun Sentinel
Engaging Youth in Service
How do you convince and motivate youth to volunteer their time?
Saif Ishoof, City Year Miami