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WLRN 91.3 FM is licensed to the School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida and serves a weekly audience of more than 500,000 from Palm Beach to Key West. It is ranked number one in the state of Florida among NPR stations.

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07/03/15 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, Jaye Abbate, President and CEO of the non-profit, ArtServe, talks about their Red Eye fundraiser and upcoming community events. Charles Greenfield previews the exciting Miami Summer Music Festival with founder and artistic director, Michael Rossi.

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07/02/15 - Syndicated food columnist Linda Gassenheimer, and WLRN hosts Joseph Cooper and Bonnie Berman interview Dr. Richard Campbell and Noris Ledesma of Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden for our annual Mango madness program.

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Grilled Turkey Sausages with Mango Relish and Quick Cole Slaw

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07/02/15  - Sometimes it takes know-how to save money. On Thursday’s Topical Currents we begin with The Sun-Sentinel’s consumer columnist, Doreen Christensen.  She’s proud to have never paid full price for anything . . . and has tips for you to do the same. And more.  Linda Gassenheimer’s annual “Mango Madness” program, with Dr.

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07/01/15 - Most aging boomers are baffled by ever-changing personal technology:  what percentage of smart phone functions do you understand?  The average is but 6%. Wednesday’s Topical Currents features former New York Times tech columnist David Pogue.

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06/30/15 - Tune in for Tuesday’s Topical Currents, when we speak with Securities Arbitration Attorney, Jake Zamansky.  He works on behalf of investors who’ve suffered fraud, misrepresentation and other misdeeds by their stockbrokers. Some have lost retirement and life savings accounts, or suffered elder abuse. Of course, we’ll take your calls . . . Topical Currents Tuesday at 1pm.

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06/29/15 - On Monday’s Topical Currents we ponder some of Miami’s best tourist locales . . . 

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06/26/15 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat chef extraordinaire, Allen Susser, talks about the region’s premier culinary benefit dedicated to ending childhood hunger, Share Our Strength’s Taste of the Nation - South Florida. Film critic, Dan Hudak, previews the Filmed In Broward Series starting July 9th in Fort Lauderdale.

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06/24/15 - Join us for Wednesday’s Topical Currents for Neda Ulaby.  She reports on arts, entertainment, and cultural trends for NPR's Arts Desk. Ulaby’s stories reflect political and economic realities, cultural issues, obsessions and transitions . . . which overlap the worlds of art, music, TV, film, new media and literature. Neda Ulaby is in South Florida tonight at ArtServe Fort Lauderdale - we get the details on Topical Currents today at 1pm.

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06/23/15 - Join us for our June Topical Currents call-in edition with veterinarian Dr. Ian Kupke and animal behaviorist Edel Miedes. We’re “At Your Service” for questions Tuesday, especially about those loyal family members who can’t voice their concerns . . . pets.  They need special attention when a storm approaches. Listen in . . . and phone in . . .

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06/22/15 - On Monday’s Topical Currents we visit with a native Miamian who has the peculiarity of moving from a defendant . . . to a defense attorney. He’s David Lee Windecher, a former gang member, drug dealer and crime ring leader. After 13 arrests, he saw the light.  Last May he was sworn in as an attorney, in the same courtroom where he appeared in han.dcuffs and jumpsuit. We discuss his book The American Dream: HisStory in the Making.”  That’s Topical Currents . . . Monday at 1pm.

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