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Guests for Sundial Tuesday, Feb. 13 2018:  

He gives us a rundown of how polling works and recounts his experience transitioning from AM radio host to podcaster.

Miami Herald sports reporter Manny Navarro speaks to us about the homecoming of the Miami Heat's star shooting guard Dwyane Wade.

Myrna and Sheldon Palley have a part of their glass art collection on display at the Palley Pavilion at the University of Miami’s Lowe Art Museum. The couple speak about how they developed an interest in glass art and how they began collecting.

Sergio Bendixen, Pioneer Pollster Of Hispanics, Dies At 68

May 27, 2017
C.M. GUERRERO / Miami Herald

Sergio Bendixen, the first Hispanic to run a U.S. presidential campaign who later pioneered public-opinion polling among Latinos, died late Friday in Miami. He was 68.

No cause of death was immediately available. Bendixen had been suffering from a bad cold in recent days, according to his friend and business partner, Fernand Amandi. The two ran the Coconut Grove-based Bendixen & Amandi International polling firm, though Bendixen was semi-retired.