Your South Florida
Your South Florida is a new kind of public affairs program addressing the need for civil discourse on the issues that impact our South Florida communities, from the Keys to the Treasure Coast. This unique program also offers viewers the chance to be a critical part of the conversation. Each week, Your South Florida, hosted by Emmy award winning journalist, Pam Giganti, brings together diverseVisit Your South Florida Website
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J.J. Colagrande started Jitney Books to tell authentic Miami stories.
Elizabeth and Jay take the phrase 'star-crossed lovers' to a new level as astronomers.
Nihad Sakallah discusses the challenges of being the Director of the ICOSF.
Almost 50 after serving in the Vietnam War, Brendan Doyle continues to feel the impact.
40 years after the Vietnam War, veteran Glenn Hoover created an exhibit to remember it.
Veteran Ronald Hill never doubted his time spent serving in Vietnam.
After living through the Vietnam War, the artist Huong has dedicated her life to peace.
Rachel Bladow, a marine turtle specialist, has a day job many people would be envious of.
We share a story from the students at Christopher Columbus High School in Miami.
We get a sneak peek at the 32nd annual Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival.
We’re joined by VA psychologist Dr. Paul Harrigan to discuss resources for Veterans.
The documentary GAUZE: Unravelling Global Healthcare airs next week on South Florida PBS.
We visit the neighborhood of Ybor City – a community built by entrepreneurial immigrants.
The 8th annual Florida Day of the Dead celebration on November 2nd.
The 34th annual Miami Book Fair is back!
October is National Bullying Prevention Month.
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