(5-25-2017) Chef Niven Patel, Chef/Owner of the new restaurant, Ghee Indian Kitchen. The restaurant is located in rapidly developing Downtown Dadeland, the area across Kendall Dr. from the Dadeland shopping mall. He serves Indian home-style dishes that are unusual and not seen in the US. He uses Indian vegetables grown in his own Homestead garden. He also has a water story. His only water source for the restaurant is recovered from the humidity in the restaurant. It makes 150 gallons of water a day.
Restaurant news: Matt Meltzer gives his restaurant news
(5-25-2017) Today’s Topical Currents begins with Sun-Sentinel consumer columnist Doreen Christensen, and her mission to quell invasive “robo” calls. She has many tips, which include “googling” your own phone number, and getting smartphone apps to thwart ad calls.
(5-18-2017) Old-salt NPR listeners have heard this tag innumerable times: “Our theme music was composed by B.J. Leiderman.” He’s someone who’s left an indelible mark on public radio . . . having never uttered a word.
5-8-2017 We’ve passed the seventh anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon oil explosion, in 2010. A spill impacted 68,000 miles of ocean, and washed ashore along the coasts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Texas and Florida.
We speak with Connie May Fowler about her memoir of the event, called “A Million Fragile Bones.”
(5-4-2017) Food & Dining: In-studio interview with Colleen Adams, Founder and Executive Director of Empowered Youth, and 2 members of the Vibe 305 Food Truck team. Empowered Youth serves inner city boys between the ages of 13 and 17. Their goal is to provide these young men the opportunity and support to redirect their lives and become successful. Their Vibe 305 Food Truck trains the youth in the food industry and helps to support some of the program. They will be coming to the station in their food truck for a Facebook live video and will bring food for us to taste.