Politics
5:00 pm
Mon March 4, 2013

On Last Day For Fundraising, Lawmakers Wine And Dine In Tallahassee

Andrew's Grill is the place to be for Capitol movers and shakers at lunch time.
Credit LaCrai Mitchell/WLRN

Let the last ditch fundraisers commence.

They’ve been going on for weeks now, but they're in high gear today.

This is the last day lawmakers can raise money before the Florida Legislature convenes for the regular session.

Session typically begins on the first Tuesday in March, and it means a 60-day moratorium on legislative fundraising. 

So the Monday before opening day is rife with wining and dining in downtown Tallahassee. Most of the "receptions" take place within a few blocks of the Capitol.

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Sports
2:01 pm
Mon March 4, 2013

FIU Basketball Coach Richard Pitino Employs 'One-Day Plan'

Richard Pitino comes to FIU after stints at Louisville, Kentucky and Florida.
Credit Photo by Doug Garland

Florida International University basketball coach Richard Pitino calls it the “one-day plan.” It is not a complicated thing.

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Topical Currents
1:00 pm
Mon March 4, 2013

500 Years Circumnavigating Earth

Joyce Chaplin
David Armitage

03/04/13 - Monday’s Topical Currents is with Harvard history professor Joyce Chaplin, author of ‘Round About the Earth:  Circumnavigation From Magellan to Orbit.  Humans have circled the globe for some 500 years.  Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gargarin was the first to achieve the feat by spacecraft.

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Miami Dish
11:51 am
Mon March 4, 2013

'Vegan Before 6' Creator Mark Bittman On His Diet Philosophy

Journalist, New York Times columnist and cookbook author Mark Bittman
Credit Fred R. Conrad / New York Times

New York Times columnist and cookbook author Mark Bittman adopted a diet of eating plant-based foods before 6 after his doctor gave him a wakeup call about his poor health. The author still eats the cheeses and meats he can't bear to give up, if he desires, but only after 6,  and in moderation.

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Aired 3/5/13 on WLRN Channel 17
9:00 am
Mon March 4, 2013

Celebrate the Swinging Sounds of the 60's!

Human Trafficking in Broward
7:00 am
Mon March 4, 2013

Here's How – And Why – One South Florida Woman Is Training To Climb Mount Everest

Jill Taylor, Tina Yeager, Jen Klaassens, and Debbie Dingle will tackle Mt. Everest to raise awareness of human trafficking in South Florida.
Credit Courtesy photo

For tourists visiting Fort Lauderdale, a stroll across the massive 17th Street Causeway Bridge affords a rare panorama of bustling Port Everglades and the city-block-sized cruise ships that navigate the waters leading out to the Atlantic Ocean. For Jen Klaassens, it's an invaluable training ground.

"I go up and down the 17th Street Causeway Bridge and back and forth," Klaassens said. 

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Airs Tuesday, March 5th at 7 p.m.
3:45 pm
Fri March 1, 2013

A 60s POP FLASHBACK: HULLABALOO

Hermans Hermits

Hosted by Peter Noone of Herman’s Hermits, this special is the first-ever retrospective of the fondly remembered and highly influential 1965-66 NBC primetime series “Hullabaloo.”

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South Florida Arts Beat
1:00 pm
Fri March 1, 2013

30th Annual Scottish Fest, Boca Festival of the Arts, Miami Int'l Film Fest & Broward Arts Calendar

30th Scottish Festival and Highland Games
www.sassf.org

03/01/13 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, Nigel MacDonald and Bob Ritchie bring us the details about the 30th Annual Southeast Scottish Festival and Games, Saturday at Snyder Park

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