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Pa Amb Tomaquet

Feb 18, 2017

(2-14-2017) Today’s Topical Currents begins with geophysicist Dr. Stephen Haggerty, a Distinguished Research Professor at F-I-U. 

Among other things, Haggerty researches diamonds—and gives evidence about their cosmic origins.

Also, Valentine’s Day  relationship (and "non-relationship) tips, with life & motivation coach, Barb Boschetto

(2-13-2017) Today’s Topical Currents is an “At Your Service” South Florida Gardening edition.  It’s been quite a mild South Florida winter, so far.  

We call upon Broward Master Gardeners Dr. John Pipoly and Teri Goldsmith for advice about gardens, landscapes, fertilization and pest control.

And of course . . . we take your gardening calls.

mastergardener@broward.org

www.broward.org/parks

Tuna Tartare

Feb 11, 2017

TUNA TARTARE

Norman Van Aken © 2004

¼ Cup minced red onion

½-1 jalapeño, seeds and stems removed and finely minced

4 teaspoons ginger, peeled and finely minced

2 teaspoon lemongrass, inner stalks, finely minced, (optional but good if available)

1 teaspoon dark roasted sesame oil

2 teaspoons soy sauce

2 teaspoons grated orange zest, minced

2 teaspoons grated lemon zest, minced

1 # Sushi Quality Tuna, sinew, bloodline and fat removed, diced small

(2-9-2017) Linda Gassenheimer's Food and Dining: Valentine’s treats, with Salty Donuts' Chef Max Santiago. Are donuts taking over the spotlight from cupcakes? He talks about why they are becoming so popular, secrets to a great donut, and he brings some for us to taste – including a surprise Valentine's special.

(2-9-2017) Today’s Topical Currents features a look at one of the most fabulous South Florida attractions . . . Vizcaya Museum and Gardens.  The beautiful Italian palace on Biscayne Bay celebrates its Centennial this year.

(2-8-2017) Today’s Topical Currents looks at the Miami Today newspaper, which has served the business community for more than 30 years.  We visit with the paper’s driving forces:  editor Michael Lewis, and its Vice-President, Carmen Betancourt-Lewis.

(2-7-2017) Hope for Stroke Victims.  With Dr. Felipe de los Rios de la Rosa, Vascular Neurology specialist, and South Florida resident Elaine Viets, a stroke survivor who’s written a book about her experience.  

(2-6-2017) ** Due to a technical issue, there is no audio for today's program.  We apologize for the inconvenience**

Topical Currents continues with South Florida transportation and traffic issues.  Today, we focus on the Miami-Dade Transportation Authority, or M-D-X.

M-D-X operates five crucial toll roads, and has plans to improve commuter bus interconnects to the 836/Dolphin Expressway.

Also, in the works are toll rebates for those who spend more than $100-dollars yearly on M-D-X roads.

Gallo Pinto

Feb 4, 2017

(2-2-2017) It will be a Super Bowl Bash this week! Two guests – celebrity Chef Michael Schwartz, owner of Michael's Genuine restaurant, Harry’s Pizza and now Fi’lia at the SLS Brickell (Honest Italian Food) and Tim Piazza, Chef de Cuisine at Fi’lia. They give us tips for our own Super Bowl celebrations and bring food to taste.

Dinner in Minutes

Mexican Pork and Bean Chili – great for a Super Bowl Crowd

www.dinnerinminutes.com

(2-2-2017) The past few nights have been chilly by South Florida standards...so we wondered how these temperature dips affect South Florida plants and landscapes.  We hear from Jennifer Rehage, PhD, Associate Professor, Earth & Environment Department, Southeast Environmental Research Center, Florida International University. 

(2-1-2017) Ponder that people of African descent came to Florida more than one-hundred years before the British landed at Jamestown.

Today’s edition is with Dr. Marvin Dunn, the former Chairman of Florida International University’s Department of Psychology. 

He’s written several books on Florida history, including a new one called, THE HISTORY OF FLORIDA:  Through Black Eyes.

facebook.com/marvindunn

www.healthinthehood.com

(1-31-2017) In Florida, for every dollar of wage earned by a man, a woman takes home but 87-cents.

A proposed bill filed for the next Florida Legislative sessions says employers may take into account differences in education, skill-sets and experience for higher pay, but cannot discriminate by sexual gender.

The bill is sponsored by three female Democratic members of  the Legislature, from Central and South Florida. We speak with them on today's Topical Currents.

(1-30-2017) On today's Topical Currents, we discuss changes in environmental policy expected with the new administration/Congress that will affect the S. FL environment, and other land management proposals already under consideration, with our guest, Matt Schwartz, Executive Director of the South Florida Wildlands Association.

www.southfloridawild.org

www.cclusa.org

www.facebook.com/southfloridawild/

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