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September 25, 2020 12 min
Mercedes Schlapp joined us on the same day that Trump hosts a "Latinos for Trump" roundtable in Miami.
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September 25, 2020 11 min
Only one new film at theaters this weekend, but Hap has us covered with his review of "Kajillionaire." He also looks at a couple of streaming new releases, including "Antebellum."
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Lauren tells us about the latest memorial marker that goes up on what's known as the Burnt Bridge in North Palm Beach.
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September 18, 2020 13 min
As "Infidel" opens up at theaters, the longtime local film critic shares his take on some others like "The Nest" and one called "I'm Thinking of Ending Things," which is On Demand.
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September 17, 2020 19 min
From the PBSO budget, just approved by the county commission, to no let up for hurricane season, Sheriff Ric Bradshaw joins us for Protecting the Palm Beaches.
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Longtime local film critic Hap Erstein talks about "Tenet" and others still in theaters, as well as "Mulan", which is only on Disney Plus.
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We check back in with Stuart attorney Travis Walker, who is suing the state on behalf of bar owners who were forced to close. They're being allowed to reopen in 64 of Florida's 67 states, but some county officials are keeping them shuttered.
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Hogan Gidley talks about Pres. Trump's record on the environment ahead of his visit to Jupiter. He also covers other topics.
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Republican candidate for the Palm Beach County Commission, Shiner, introduces himself to voters ahead of the November election.
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The sheriff reminds us that social distancing guidelines are still in effect when it comes to boating.
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The Democrat South Florida Congressman is taking part in a roundtable on the impact of COVID-19 on seniors.
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Hap shares his recommendations on movies that are streaming at home and one that's opening at theaters, where they're allowed to reopen, like the Treasure Coast.
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Jacks talks about the 2020 Proposed Notice of Property Taxes and Assessments, her battle with COVID-19 and allowing employee-parents to work from home as their kids get ready to start distance learning.
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Kelly Smallridge, Pres. and CEO of the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County reacts to the news that hundreds of jobs will be created by Amazon's deal with the county.
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Chief Tom Ceccarelli updates us on a number of topics, including procedures during the pandemic, police department policies in the wake of the George Floyd murder and an uptick in one certain type of crime.
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Degrammont faces one other candidate in the race for the Republican Primary in District 20.
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Swaffer faces three other candidates in the race for the Republican Primary in District 22.
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Pruden faces three other candidates in the race for the Republican Primary in District 22.
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Flynn is one of four candidates running in the Republican Primary, vying for the right to face Democrat Rep. Ted Deutch in November.
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Musselwhite is in the Republican Primary for the U.S. House seat currently held by Democrat Rep. Alcee Hastings.
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