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9:28 am
Tue April 1, 2014

What Everyone Is Reading March 23-29

Credit Courtesy Of The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints

What's more adorable than a little girl complaining about spiders and her mayor? Nothing. Which is why you decided it would be our top story this week. Honorable mentions include: South Florida's first Mormon temple and Obamacare concerns.

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From The Mouths Of Babes
12:15 pm
Thu March 27, 2014

Listen To An Adorable Little Girl Complain About Mayor Rob Ford... And Spiders

Credit Wikimedia Commons

Here, in order of priority, is what really gets the goat of one little girl from Toronto:

1. Spiders, for their webs are icky and sticky.

2. Toronto mayor Rob Ford. He is, according this little Torontonian, "not doing the job that he's supposed to."

Her full grievance is posted below. The second voice is her mother's.

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Let There Be Whine
12:07 am
Wed March 26, 2014

The Most Adorable Complaint Ever And Other Highlights From Our Pop-Up Complaints Booth

WLRN's pop-up complaints booth at the Wolfsonian-FIU.
Credit Diego Saldana-Rojas

We have heard your complaints. And they are hilarious -- especially this one from a little girl from Toronto who had thoughts on spiders... and the city's mayor:

Over the weekend we installed a popup complaints booth at the Wolfsonian FIU to coincide with the Power of Design Festival (co-presented by WLRN) centered on the theme of complaints. The concept was simple: Step inside our sound-resistant kiosk, speak into the microphone and gripe.

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Power of Design
1:24 am
Thu March 20, 2014

Tell Us Your Complaints About City Life! Live Chat 10 a.m. Saturday

Traffic, trash, ugliness – some of our most common complaints have to do with city life.  

WLRN will give you exclusive access to a discussion among some of the world’s foremost experts on solving the problems of urban living.

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Community Contributor
7:30 am
Tue June 18, 2013

Wolfsonian Museum To Use Largest-Ever Donation To Go Digital

"Le Vélodrome" by Belgian artist Marcel Stobbaerts, among the museum's works that will be accessible online.

Five million dollars will go a long way toward helping The Wolfsonian-FIU museum share its collection with the world.

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