We' not anti-people, just anti-social media. Interesting topics, with some logic, originating from the island paradise of Key Biscayne, Florida.
We're All Doomed -- But Is One Party Double-Doomed?
SINKING FEELING Author, reporter and climate change expert Mario Ariza joins us to talk about his new book "Disposable City: Miami's Future On The Shores of a Climate Catastrophe. Can Key Biscayne escape the rising tides, and what will that cost? STATE...
Straight Outta Key Colony
HAVE WHATSAPP CHATS GOTTEN OUT OF CONTROL? Join us with former Key Biscayne Council Member Luis de la Cruz to discuss the vitriol going on in the "4LTX" discussion group and other social media forums. How do the online conversations and attitudes bleed...
Daniella Levine Cava, The Constitution, and Dark Money
WILL SHE BE MIAMI-DADE's FIRST WOMAN MAYOR? Daniella Levine Cava stops by the studio to tell us why she should be elected to the most powerful position in South Florida. Also, the Miami Herald's Mary Ellen Klass makes sense of the sometimes confusing...
Tales From The Hellmouth: From Donald Trump to Local Condo Boards.
ARE SCARY THINGS HAPPENING BOTH NATIONALLY AND LOCALLY? AUTHOR INTERVIEW Rhetoric professor Jennifer Mercieca, Demagogue for President: The Rhetorical Genius of Donald Trump a joins us to talk about the last Presidential debate. Also joining us: Sunny...
Steve Bovo, mayor candidate /Manager Agha says goodbye - & More Bond B.S.
WHO SHOULD HOLD THE MOST POWERFUL POSITION IN Miami-Dade County? Current commissioner and candidate for mayor Steve Bovo joins us to talk about why he's just the man for the job. Also Key Biscayne Village Manager Andrea Agha put in her resignation. Now...
Cindy Lerner and Reynaldo Figueredo, & ❤️ for RBG
COUNTY COMMISSION CANDIDATE CINDY LERNER talks about what's broken and how she can fix it representing Key Biscayne and much of coastal Miami And VILLAGE COUNCIL CANDIDATE REYNALDO FIGUEREDO tells us why he's a "no" on a proposed $100 million resiliency...
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An inside look at a nationally known island
From the environment to south Florida politics , this show engages listeners with with wit, often taking a thoughtful look at social media’s missteps.
Hard to believe that a program of this caliber will stay focused on just Key Biscayne. Great for the KeyRats, but I can easily see them making the jump to a much larger audience (local NPR?). Opinions yes, but old school discussions where both sides of a topic are thoroughly covered. I am old enough to enjoy conversations longer than a “tweet”. Nice job guys, and thanks for making the live program available for listening at a later time.