Radio

(3-22-2017) Today’s Topical Currents is with technology lawyer, negotiator and author, Mark Grossman.  He’s a pioneer in the field, with a practice dating back to 1995.

Grossman covers many technology issues, and discusses the unique legal aspects of self-driving cars, the recent developments in the 2014 Russian hacks of Yahoo, and advice on legal negotiations. 

Of course, we take your calls.

( 3-21-2017, Originally aired 11-22-2016) The role of “caregiver” can be thrust upon one without much say in matters.  It can be exhausting, frustrating, & even thankless.

Today’s Topical Currents looks at the many aspects of taking care of debilitated family members.  A caregiver’s family relations are often strained.

In a rebroadcast, we speak with Caregiver Magazine publisher Gary Barg . . . and take your calls.

The Fish Butcher

Mar 18, 2017

(3-16-2017) Martin Lynch from John Martin’s Irish Pub and Restaurant in Coral Gables joins us.  He talks about St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and brings food to taste.

(3-16-2017) Today’s Topical Currents features a good spring cleaning.

Few of us enjoy housework, so efficiency is essential.  We speak with Melissa Maker, author of “Clean My Space.”

(3-14-2017) .  Today’s Topical Currents goes on the police beat . . . with City of Miami Beach Police Chief, Daniel Oates.

Chief Oates served the New York City police for more than 20 years.  There, he reached the position of Deputy Chief and Executive Officer.

He came to Miami Beach in 2014, after being Police Chief in Aurora, Colorado.

We cover numerous Miami Beach issues, and of course . . . and take your calls.

(3-13-2017) Neurocognitive disease, such as Alzheimer’s, is expected to double worldwide over the next 50 years.

Today’s Topical Currents is with Dr. Marc Agronin, an expert in treatment and research of memory disorders.

Based at Miami Jewish Health, he’s the author of Building a Better Brain.

www.miamijewishhealth.org

hotline: 305-514-8710

Ketchup

Mar 11, 2017
Carron Case / WLRN

Harvey Mattel says there are two kinds of radio collectors: Those who collect for what's on the inside and those who collect for what's on the outside.

He's the latter. 

But you would never know this unless you stepped inside his house or caught a glimpse of the inside of his office. By day, this 67 year old man is a lawyer in Fort Lauderdale. During his off hours, thought, he's a full-fledged radio collector and enthusiast.

(3-9-2017) – Nancy Scanlon, Author of My Mother’s Cookbook: Freshly Real. Topic: How to write an eBook cookbook when you don’t know what you’re doing.  She talks about how she recreated the stories and recipes from her mother’s cooking and created an ebook with them. She also gives tips for others who might want to compile or publish their family recipes and brings food from the book for us to taste.

Restaurant News: Jen Karetnick talks about a special new restaurant on Brickell. 

Dinner in Minutes

Tuna Skillet Pie: memories of my mother’s cooking

(3-9-2017) Today’s Topical Currents begins at a walk . . . for animals, that is.  Saturday is the annual event for the Broward Humane Society where thousands of people--and their pets—walk about a mile to raise funds for the Society. 

(3-8-2017) Today’s Topical Currents profiles the President and C-E-O of HistoryMiami, Jorge Zamanillo.

HistoryMiami is the largest museum in Florida, and has garnered the prestigious Smithsonian Affiliation.

Zamanillo grew up in Little Havana, with an appreciation of South Florida’s unique crossroads flavor.  He’s an F-S-U graduate, and has been at HistoryMiami for nearly 20 years.

(3-7-2017) It’s a common assumption that if one has health insurance; the company routinely covers the bulk of medical charges. 

Correct?  The answer is only a “maybe.”

Today’s Topical Currents looks at the confusing aspects of navigating the medical billing process, with patient advocate Kenneth Klein, Founder/Manager of Human Health Advocates, LLC, in Boca Raton.  He provides assistance to patients with medical bill and health insurance related concerns.

(3-6-2017) Many Americans are anxious about healthcare options.  Will the Affordable Care Act be repealed or modified? And what medical landscape will face uninsured and low-income individuals?

Coq Au Vin

Mar 4, 2017

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