It’s said that there are only two sure things in life: death and taxes. You can add a third item to that list — that politicians will never advocate for raising taxes.Well, almost never. I’m beginning to understand that Palmetto Bay Council Member Steve Cody is no ordinary politician... Read More
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"Gloves Off" with David Singer
David Singer talks with Raina Murnak, Assistant Professor and Director of Contemporary Voice and Performance Artistry at the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami.
Miami-Dade County Parks issues call for seasonal job applicants
The Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department has hundreds of seasonal jobs to fill this summer, including pool/lake lifeguards and summer camp personnel (Recreation Leader / PROS Seasonal Programs Assistant). Miami-Dade County Parks offers exciting and enriching job opportunities across every corner of the county, with competitive pay well above Florida’s minimum wage... Read More
Men Going Home with Chris Wolfe
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Chris Wolfe and Andy Korge talk with John Vicente,
South Florida customers are getting faster internet service from Comcast at no additional cost. Comcast is increasing the speeds of three of its fastest growing internet tiers in Florida, reflecting the growing trend of customers wanting faster speeds as many are working or attending school virtually...
A young mother turned on the television to entertain her son with the United States Space Shuttle launch twenty years ago. The space launch created a great impression on the child that would influence him... Read More
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Michael Miller talks with Gale Nelson,
President & CEO of Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Miami.
St. Andrew’s Early Learning Center: Serving families of Frontline workers, and Now Yours
Hidden by a magnificent Royal Poinciana tree, a once active light pole stands as the only reminder that the Sunshine Co-op Preschool once welcomed young children to the St. Andrew’s campus. The St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church community is saved by grace and called to serve. The education of young children has always been an integral part of the church through a vibrant Sunday School program and the Sunshine Preschool that existed on our campus until its physical destruction by Hurricane Andrew in 1992. In March 2019 the Vestry (governing church Board) made a decision... Read More
Restoring Matheson Hammock West Park for all Miami-Dade residents to enjoy
Matheson Hammock West is a 109-acre regional park that, like all our public parks, is a rich natural asset that belongs to every one of the 2.8 million residents in Miami- Dade County. It’s also one of the last remaining stands of Miami’s unique hardwood hammock – a vital piece of Miami-Dade’s... Read More