The Florida Supreme Court recently stopped Miami Beach’s effort to increase the city’s minimum wage to $13.31 by 2021. Former Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine originally proposed the law in 2016, but the court put a halt saying that Florida law prohibits municipalities from setting their own wages. WLRN’s Daniel Rivero spoke to Luis Hernandez on Sundial about what this means.
In President Trump’s State of the Union Address last night, he spoke at length about his administration’s immigration plan and responding to the crisis in Venezuela. For POLITICO’s Marc Caputo one of the president’s line really stood out, “ I want people to come into our country in the largest numbers ever, but they have to come legally.” He joined Sundial to discuss the Venezuela crisis and last night’s State of the Union.
The new film “Heading Home: The Tale of Team Israel” documents the story of Jewish American players rediscovering their faith and heritage and joining the Israeli National Baseball Team. The film documents the creation of the team, the support from Major League Baseball, the process of recruiting players and the expansion of the sport within America’s closest ally. Cuban-American filmmaker Daniel Miller joined Sundial to talk about the film.
If you want to go, it's playing at the following theaters beginning 02/08:
Miami: AMC Aventura 24
Broward: The Last Picture Show in Tamarac, The Classic Gateway in Fort Lauderdale
Palm Beach County: Regal Shadowood in Boca, Living Room Theaters in Boca, Movies of Delray, Movies of Lake Worth
Trumpet player Craig Morris’ performance of “Phillip Glass’ Three Pieces in the Shape of a Square” has been nominated for a GRAMMY Award for best instrumental classical solo performance. He’s also an assistant professor of Music Craig University of Miami’s Frost School of Music and many of his students will be performing in this weekend’s 61ST Annual GRAMMY Awards (2018). Morris joined Sundial in the studio to talk about his music and serenaded us with a performance.