There's no place anywhere else in the country quite like South Florida. From the Keys all the way up the Palm Beaches , WLRN's daily program Sundial brings you the stories that make our home unique. Interviews about news, politics, music, sports, arts, and food, all with a local twist.Are you a book lover? Sundial has a monthly book club dedicated to read, share and discuss books and characters that are unique to South Florida. You can join the conversation here. Do you love live music? Sundial brings you the best of the local music scene in its Live from the 305 concerts. Check out the latest performance, as well as a conversation with the artists, here. Call us at 1-800-743-9576
What You Need To Know About The Two Candidates Running For Miami-Dade County Mayor
Miami-Dade County will have a new mayor come November. We heard from the two remaining candidates for the mayoral post.
U.S. Census Deadline, Young Voter Turnout And Jon Secada Performing In A Virtual Concert
The Supreme Court ruled the u.s. Census count can end this week. Plus, a look at young voters in Wisconsin and Florida and what's getting them to turnout this election. And Grammy award winner Jon Secada in a virtual concert benefiting those impacted by COVID-19.
Black Voters In Florida, Nursing Shortages, Miami-Dade Buses Ready For A Redesign
The role of the Black vote in Florida. A projected nurse shortage in the next decade. And Miami-Dade's bus system is set for a makeover.
Miami-Dade And Broward School Board Elections, Deadly I-95 Highway, How You Can Collect Local Art
Miami-Dade and Broward school board races. The perils of driving on I-95 and a program for art lovers to get personalized pieces.
Palm Beach County Voting, Flu Vaccinations For Children And Indigenous Peoples' Day
A record number, 70 percent of voters, in Palm Beach County are expected to cast their ballot this year ahead of the November election. Plus, the importance of getting a flu vaccine during COVID-19. And a conversation about Indigenous Peoples' Day with artist and activist Houston Cypress.
Presidential Debate In Miami Faces Challenges, Black Lives Matter and The Latino Community And The Heat's Team Doctor
The second presidential debate scheduled to be in Miami next week has been upended. How the Black Lives Matter movement is viewed among some Latino groups in South Florida. And a conversation with the Miami Heat's team doctor.
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Love this show and Luis Hernandez perspective on areas that really matter in South Florida.
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Mainly right wing takes dressed up superficially as centrist commentary. No mention of the huge macro problems facing Florida.