In a time of increased polarization, how can journalists ensure they get an objective look at what’s happening on the ground? On Episode 14 of “Informed and Engaged,” we’ll speak to award-winning Detroit journalists Nolan Finley and Stephen Henderson. Finley and Henderson are partners together in the Detroit Civility Project, a program that helps facilitate civil discourse from different views. They’ll share what they’re seeing and hearing from voters on the ground in Michigan, a key battleground state, and discuss the importance of giving communities and voters accurate information.
Wednesday, June 26, 7pm-10pm -Â Hyde Beach at SLS Hotel South Beach, 1701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Join local singles in their mid-20s to mid-40s and immerse yourself in margarita bliss as you sip delicious Grand Marnier concoctions and mingle. Match.com and Grand Mariner are thrilled to team together for this poolside event celebrating singles in […]
March 5 – 14, Virtual and in-theater presentations The 38th-annual Miami Film Festival runs March 5th through March 14th. The reimagined festival will showcase 94 feature-length and short films, both virtually and in-person, with strict social-distancing protocols at Silverspot Cinema in downtown Miami. Opening night brings the in-person world premiere of Haitian-American director Edson Jean’s […]
Sunday, March 16, 8am -Â First National Bank of South Miami,Â Â SW 58th Avenue & 73rd Street, South Miami Join Florida Heart Research Institute’s Bark for Your Heart for a happier, less stressful life! Did you know that research has shown the calming effects of pets and that the loyalty and love pets display can reduce stress, […]