Venezuelan Migration To Colombia, Real Estate Investor 's Vision For Miami & Spring Awakening

May 2, 2018

Guests for Sundial on Monday April 30 2018:

As the political and economic situation in Venezuela worsens, thousands of Venezuelans have sought refuge in Colombia. WLRN reporter Tim Padgett is in the border town of Cucuta, Colombia, where he recorded an interview to speak about how the mass migration is affecting both countries.

Moishe Mana is a billionaire real estate investor that has brought property in Wynwood and Flagler Street. He talked to Sundial about his plansto make Miami into a tech and cultural hub that links South America and the Far East for business. 

The Boca Black Box Theater is gearing up for a production of Spring Awakening, a 1981 play that deals with themes still relevant for today's teenagers: sexuality, depression, and violence. It is being produced by the Barclay Performing Arts Company. The company's owner and play's director Christine Barclay joined the program along with performers Lee Torrelli and Giorgio Garcia. The show has two sold-out performances and a third show was recently added and nearly sold out. Find more information on the upcoming show's here. They stayed for a Facebook Live conversation after their interview.