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Digging into the local scene with South Florida's newest food editor

Connie Ogle (right) joined us to talk about her new role as food editor at the Miami Herald.
Matias Ocner
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Miami.com
Connie Ogle (right) joined us to talk about her new role as food editor at the Miami Herald.

South Florida is always in such transition, that sometimes it’s nice to talk to someone who’s been here long enough to really know it — someone like journalist Connie Ogle.

Connie’s been a reporter at the Miami Herald for more than 35 years. She’s also what feels like a rarity — a local. A Broward native who still lives north of the Miami-Dade County line.

Connie’s the newly named food editor of the Miami Herald now.

In her decades at the paper, she’s worked in every area of the newsroom, except sports. Don’t ask her to be objective about the Miami Heat. She loves them too much.

The last time she was on the show, she was talking to us about books. She was the editor of the Herald books section for years. And she’s still a prominent book reviewer. Last year she read 110 books.

On the May 25 episode of Sundial, Ogle joined us to talk about her new role as food editor. She recently wrote about the latest Miami restaurants to win a Michelin star.

On Sundial's previous episode, Marshall L. Davis Jr. joined us to talk about how the show he’s bringing to Florida Memorial University, Revelations in Rhythm, is closer to his heart, his soul and the soles of his feet.

Listen to Sundial Monday through Thursday on WLRN, 91.3 FM, live at 1 p.m., rebroadcast at 8 p.m. Missed a show? Find every episode of Sundial on your favorite podcast app, such as Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify

Carlos Frías is a bilingual writer, a journalist of more than 25 years and the author of an award-winning memoir published by Simon & Schuster.
Leslie Ovalle Atkinson is the former lead producer behind Sundial. As a multimedia producer, she also worked on visual and digital storytelling.
Elisa Baena is a former associate producer for Sundial.
Helen Acevedo, a freelance producer, is a grad student at Florida International University studying Spanish-language journalism, a bilingual program focused on telling the stories of diverse communities.