(9-27-2017) Today’s Topical Currents ponders a South Florida which existed long before documented settlers arrived at what’s now a Megalopolis. We visit with FSU Professor Andrew Frank and discuss his book, BEFORE THE PIONEERS: Indians, Settlers, Slaves and the Founding of Miami.
Obviously, the ancients were on to something: the largest Tequesta village at the Miami River mouth, was also the focal point of what became a great city.
(9-20-2017) The histories of R&B, soul, funk, and disco in Florida, as chronicled by University of Tampa journalism professor, John Capouya, author of Florida Soul: From Ray Charles to KC and the Sunshine Band.
(9-19-2017) Wouldn’t most everyone love to go through life with grace and poise? Known for our adaptability in daily routines . . . and admired for insight?
Today’s Topical Currents is with longtime South Florida consultant, entrepreneur and administrator, Pauline Winnick. She specializes in etiquette and decorum, and has taught protocol to international business leaders and officials.
(8-31-2017) Today we present an hour of restaurant reviews with Matt Meltzer, the Miami editor for the Thrillist Media Group, and Carlo Frias, Miami Herald Food Editor. We talk about the many new restaurant openings and closings and ask listeners for their favorite local restaurant.
(8-30-2017) Today's Topical Currents features an examination of trauma, its relationship to addiction, and its effects on family members, with Judy Crane, author of The Trauma Heart: Stories of Survival, Hope, and Healing.