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As a result of a daytime programming change, WLRN canceled Sundial, the locally-produced arts and culture show, effective Friday Feb. 2, 2024.

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    • 4.8 • 42 Ratings

As a result of a daytime programming change, WLRN canceled Sundial, the locally-produced arts and culture show, effective Friday Feb. 2, 2024.

    Artist Chire Regans searches for the truth in portraits, names and hair

    Artist Chire Regans searches for the truth in portraits, names and hair

    The Black Lives Matter movement pushed Chire Regans' art in the direction of social awareness. From portraits of gun violence victims to sculptures exploring hair braiding practices, the new Oolite Arts resident hopes to spark change through her pieces.

    • 48 min
    How Snarky Puppy’s Michael League brings all genres to the table

    How Snarky Puppy’s Michael League brings all genres to the table

    Grammy-winning bandleader of Snarky Puppy tells us how breaking into Dallas' gospel scene and making his own band influenced his music. Now he's bringing all of those influences to the Miami Beach's GroundUP Music Festival which he co-founded.

    • 48 min
    The 'Queen of Cleaning' comes to South Florida

    The 'Queen of Cleaning' comes to South Florida

    Auri Kananen has become famous for going around the globe and cleaning some of the messiest homes. Her book is titled “Happiness Cleaning: How to Embrace the Mess and Love the Cleanup.”

    • 48 min
    How artist Nathan Sawaya built a career out of Lego bricks

    How artist Nathan Sawaya built a career out of Lego bricks

    Nathan Sawaya is a contemporary artist who uses LEGO bricks exclusively for his art. His global exhibition The Art of the Brick comes to Miami at the Olympia Theater.

    • 48 min
    Best of: How a trip to Cuba - and music - taught duo Afrobeta about who they are

    Best of: How a trip to Cuba - and music - taught duo Afrobeta about who they are

    One of our best Sundial conversations: Tony Laurencio and Cuci Amador are the founders of Afrobeta — they embody a Miami sound. They star in the Emmy-nominated documentary, "Birthright," about their trip to play in Cuba. They join us to talk about that controversial trip and what it taught them about themselves.We originally aired this conversation in November 2023.

    • 48 min
    Musician Guy Michel on challenging the status quo and taking risks with his cello

    Musician Guy Michel on challenging the status quo and taking risks with his cello

    Guy Michel is a Palm Beach County-based improvisational cellist and entertainer whose performances across South Florida challenge the status quo.

    • 48 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
42 Ratings

42 Ratings

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