Mon April 28, 2014
What Everyone Is Reading This Week
In the midst of the passing of one of our own, there is news of a possible alternative to I-95. Our #ThisIsWhere poetry series comes to an end this week, environmentalists tour South Florida, and technology and classical music collide on South Beach.
Train Is The New... Train? I-95 Traffic Helps Resurrect Old Miami Rail: I-95 successfully managed to end passenger rail service in South Florida. The same highway that killed off the train system may now be the driving force in its resurrection.
Listen To A Memorial Feature For 'Sounds Of The Carribean' Host Rich Davis: Rich Davis, host of WLRN’s late-night music program, “Sounds of the Caribbean,” died this past Wednesday in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Davis’s program was Miami’s longest running Caribbean music show. Click below to hear a tribute to "the man inside your radio."
Vote For Your Favorite #ThisIsWhere Poem! The end is near -- of our #ThisIsWhere poetry contest that is. Click the link to see if you or a friend are a finalist and then join us at Miami Club Rum on Wednesday, April 30.
Environmental Orgs Tour Miami Sites Affected By Sea-Level Rise: Environmentalists toured South Florida areas that have felt the impact of sea-level rise. The tour came in light of Sen. Bill Nelson's organizing a field hearing on climate change and sea-level rise.
Tech And Classical Collide Harmoniously In Miami Beach: The New World Symphony in Miami Beach is closely analyzing how technology is changing music and how the organization will adapt by hosting the Network Performing Arts Production Workshop.
The End of the Road
The End Of The Road