01/23/15 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, you can enjoy another studio performance. Latin Jazz Bebopper, Orlando Sanchez, brings his terrific band into our studios to burn up the airwaves. This multi-instrumentalist (piano, saxophone, clarinet), founder of the Jazz Plaza Festival, director, composer and arranger with more than 30 years of artistic experience, displays virtuosity and creates a passionate and energized brand of Jazz.
01/22/15 - Join us for Thursday’s Topical Currents when we speak with chef and nutritionist Stefanie Sacks, along with Topical Currents culinary producer and syndicated columnist, Linda Gassenheimer. From her own childhood health battles, Sacks discovered how food could help heal her conditions. She’s created an action plan for both pantry and plate, which sifts through label gibberish to reveal healthy choices. That’s Topical Currents, Thursday at 1pm on WLRN.
01/21/15 - Join us for Wednesday’s Topical Currents, when we speak with Luke Zamperini, son of the Olympic-runner and World War II survival legend, the late Louis (Louie) Zamperini. Louie was the inspiration for the incredible book and Angelina Jolie-directed movie “Unbroken.” Also, Literary contributor Ariel Gonzalez with author Emily St.
01/20/15 - Most aging boomers are baffled by ever-changing personal technology: what percentage of, say, smart phone functions do you understand? The average is but six percent. Tuesday’s Topical Currents features former New York Times tech columnist David Pogue. He has answers in POGUE’S BASICS: Essential Tips
01/16/15 - On the next South Florida Arts Beat, documentarian, Mark Moormann, brings us the details about his upcoming film, The Record Man, about how Henry Stone exported the music of Miami to the world.
01/06/15 - Join us for Tuesday’s Topical Currents, when we discuss what’s widely known as “dark money.” These funds come from undisclosed donors and advocacy groups. They often influence public opinion, legislation and elections.
01/05/15 - Monday’s Topical Currents features our literary contributor, Ariel Gonzalez and an interview with acclaimed British author Martin Amis. He’s the son of novelist Kingsley Amis—and has published more than 20 books since his days at Oxford.