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Walking on With C. Hayes
A New Era...Again!

Walking on With C. Hayes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 32:19


Mama Hayes and I are finally back to kickoff the college football and Miami football season in...WEEK 3! We talk about the start of another new coaching era in Coral Gables for the 17th time in 9 years. After a couple attempts, we finally get Mama Hayes's thoughts on TVD's start to the season. We explain the origins of the Red Beans and Rice and Chocolate Chip Muffin awards (we come up with a new award for REALLY special performances). As usual, we break down the upcoming matchup vs. Texas A&M and we'll be there for it! Go Canes!

Miami Herald
Miami Herald Briefing

Miami Herald

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 3:36


The top headlines from the Miami Herald including the latest on the Deauville hotel demolition in Miami Beach, a new restaurant in Coral Gables, an alligator attack at a Florida retirement community, wrong-way crash on the Palmetto, Zoo Miami rhino in a movie.

Miami Herald
Miami Herald Briefing

Miami Herald

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 3:34


The top headlines from the Miami Herald including the latest on the cost of housing in Miami, a new restaurant in downtown Miami, Santa's Enchanted Forest, alligator at Florida school, Wawa in Coconut Grove and Coral Gables.

Hurricanes Weekly
Keno Gandara with Joe Z & DBJ interview 8-30-22

Hurricanes Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 9:06


Jose “Keno” Gandara accepted the position of head volleyball coach at the University of Miami on March 20, 2013, becoming the second head coach since the program returned in 2001. In Gandara's ninth season at the helm in 2021, Miami returned to the postseason for the first time since 2017 and fifth time under his direction. The Canes advance to the second round of the tournament in the Gainesville Region, ultimately falling to site host Florida. UM finished the season 25-5 overall, with 15 wins coming by way of sweep, and 15-3 in conference play on its way to a second-place finish in the ACC, all program bests under Gandara and the most wins in a season since 2012 when the team posted 26. The Hurricanes finished the year ranked 14th in the RPI and 25th in the AVCA Division I Coaches Poll. Individually, the Canes saw success with Gandara's leadership as Savannah Vach, Janice Leao and Angela Grieve earned regional recognition. Vach and Leao earned AVCA East All-Region, while Grieve was an all-region honorable mention. Leao also garnered AVCA All-American Honorable Mention. Vach added to her resume with All-ACC First Team, while teammates Grieve, Leao and Priscilla Hernandez were tabbed All-ACC Second Team. Peyman Yardimci tallied a strong freshman campaign to earn a spot on the All-ACC Freshman Team. The trio of Grieve, Yardimci and Hernandez rounded out the Canes awards as all three garnered ACC All-Academic Team honors. Gandara led Miami as one of the top blocking teams in the nation. The hurricanes ranked 16th in the country with 2.65 blocks per set and 32nd with 284 total blocks. Behind his leadership, the Miami was among the top in the ACC in several categories at the end of the regular season. The Canes were sixth in hitting percentage (.244), second in opponent hitting percentage (.188), fifth in assists per set (12.51), third in total blocks (271) and blocks per set (2.63), second in digs per set (15.23) and fifth in total digs (1569). The Hurricanes returned the NCAA Championship in 2017 for the fourth time in five seasons under Gandara's leadership. Miami won its first postseason match since 2014, defeating the College of Charleston in the opening round of the tournament in a Gainesville, Fla. The Canes fell to No. 2 Florida in four sets in an exciting second round matchup to close the season 22-6 and finish with their best winning percentage since 2012. Senior outside hitter Olga Strantzali was named ACC Player of the Year and AVCA East Coast Region Player of the Year. Strantzali was joined by redshirt junior setter Haley Templeton on the All-ACC First Team and AVCA All-East Coast Region team. Strantzali and Templeton topped off a memorable season with AVCA All-America Honorable Mention recognition. The Canes both started and finished the campaign strong, winning the first nine matches and the seven contests prior to falling to second-seeded Florida. Miami topped the ACC in service aces with 1.71 per set and finished the season in the top three of two additional categories – hitting percentage (second with .246) and kills (tied for third with 13.64 per set). In 2016, Gandara led a resilient Miami squad that proved to rise to the occasion when it stepped into an opponent's gym. The 2016 Hurricanes won 11 matches away from Coral Gables, picking up big road wins at Notre Dame and Louisville. Junior outside hitter Olga Strantzali developed into one of the best players in the country, receiving AVCA All-America honorable mention and earned AVCA All-East Coast Region and First Team All-ACC honors. Strantzali and freshman setter Hannah Sorensen were named to the All-ACC Academic Team in recognition of their success on the court and in the classroom. Gandara led the Hurricanes to three straight NCAA Tournaments in his first three seasons at the helm of the Miami volleyball program. The Canes were selected to the 2015 NCAA Tournament, where they faced Iowa State in a first round match in Madison, Wis. The Canes finished the season 21-10 and 14-6 in the ACC, while Miami's 21 wins marked the second consecutive 20-win season under Gandara's leadership. The Hurricanes saw seniors Alexis Mourning and Taylor Scott, as well as sophomores Olga Strantzali and Haley Templeton, named to the 2015 All-ACC Second Team with Strantzali and Templeton also earning AVCA All-East Coast Region Honorable Mention. Miami reached the NCAA Tournament for the sixth consecutive season in 2014 and seventh time in program history. The Hurricanes, who finished the season 22-9, defeated UCF in five sets in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The victory was Gandara's first NCAA Tournament win as a head coach. Miami's 22 wins also gave Gandara his first 20-win season at the helm of the program. The Canes reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament before falling to No. 8 Florida in four sets. But Gandara helped develop several players to reach unprecedented levels of success. Senior outside hitter Savanah Leaf was named 2014 ACC Player of the Year and a second team AVCA All-American, while freshman Haley Templeton earned ACC Freshman of the Year honors. Leaf was joined by senior middle blocker Emani Sims on the All-ACC First Team, while Templeton was picked for the All-ACC Second Team and the All-ACC Freshman Team. The accolades continued for the trio as Leaf and Sims were named AVCA East Coast All-Region selections and Templeton was tabbed as the AVCA East Coast Region Freshman of the Year. The 2013 season was filled with firsts for Gandara. He secured his first win as a NCAA head coach on Aug. 30, when Miami defeated Austin Peay, 3-1. Gandara collected his first home win when Miami beat LSU in five sets on Sept. 14. The first-year head coach tallied his first ACC win when the Canes defeated Boston College in five sets on Sept. 28. Gandara also guided the Canes to their fifth straight NCAA Tournament appearance and first under his tutelage. The Hurricanes dropped their first round match against Oregon in three sets, but 2013 was still a successful first season under Gandara. Miami had four players earn All-ACC distinction, including Savanah Leaf and Emani Sims (first team), Alexis Mourning (second team) and Ryan Shaffer (third team). The Canes defeated No. 12 North Carolina at home and earned one of the coveted 64 spots in the NCAA Tournament. Gandara came to Miami after spending eight years as an assistant at the University of Washington. He previously served as an assistant at UNLV and his alma mater, UC Santa Barbara. Gandara is a highly-respected teacher who has played and coached at the top levels of college and professional volleyball. Keno assisted former Washington head coach Jim McLaughlin with all aspects of coaching, including opponent scouting and contributing to the Huskies' defensive package. The Huskies won a National Championship in Keno's first year on staff, 2005, and reached the 2006 Final Four. Gandara began his coaching career at UCSB in 1992 as an assistant with the men's team and was an assistant with the women's team in 1994. He also spent one season as a head coach/player with the San Juan Volleyball club in the Puerto Rico Professional League. A San Juan, Puerto Rico, native, Gandara graduated from UC Santa Barbara in 1990 after a successful volleyball career with the Gauchos as a middle blocker. Gandara was a first team All-America selection in 1989 and second team selection in 1988 after leading UCSB to the national title match. He was also a two-time all-conference honoree. Gandara has also been inducted into the UCSB Hall of Fame. He also represented both the United States and Puerto Rico in international competition as a member of their respective national volleyball teams. Gandara is married to Stephanie Cox who was a standout setter at UCSB and played on the AVP Tour. The couple welcomed their first child, a son named Lucas, in April 2011.

We the People
Is the First Amendment Enough Today?

We the People

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 58:45


Today on We the People, we're sharing a conversation from a private event hosted by the National Constitution Center this May in Coral Gables, Florida, recorded with permission from the speakers. The question we asked of our panelists was, “Is the First Amendment Enough?” In today's world of Twitter mobs, disinformation, and polarized media, should we be looking for a new standard when it comes to regulating speech—or not?  Journalists Kimberly Atkins Stohr of The Boston Globe, David French of The Dispatch, Ali Velshi of MSNBC, and legal scholar Larry Kramer of the William Flora Hewlett Foundation join NCC president and CEO Jeffrey Rosen for the conversation. Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org. Continue today's conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr. Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly.

Hurricanes Weekly
Sarah Barnes with Joe Z interview 8-23-22

Hurricanes Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 8:26


Sarah Barnes enters her fifth year at the helm of the Miami Hurricanes soccer team. Since taking over the Hurricanes in 2018, Barnes has led Miami to some of its finest victories in school history. In 2021, Barnes' team improved its win total by three, highlighted by the first victory over rival Florida for the first time since 2012 and the first win at Boston College in program history. During the 2019 campaign, Miami topped then-No. 15 Clemson, 3-2, in a double-overtime thriller at Cobb Stadium, posting a top-25 win for the second consecutive campaign. Barnes capped off her first season in Coral Gables, guiding the Hurricanes to a 1-0 result over then-No. 9 Florida State. The victory marked the 12th time Miami has defeated a top-10 team.  Under Barnes' guidance, goalkeeper Phallon Tullis-Joyce earned Second Team All-ACC honors in 2018, closing out her illustrious collegiate career with 259 saves, the third-most all-time at Miami. Five student-athletes have garnered All-ACC Academic Team accolades, featuring Tullis-Joyce, midfielder Michaela Baker, goalkeeper Melissa Dagenais and two-time selections Tia Dupont and Selena Fortich.

Miami Herald
Miami Herald Briefing

Miami Herald

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 3:48


The top headlines from the Miami Herald including the latest on the Miami Heat, a new Coral Gables restaurant by the founder of Stubborn Seed, a new hotel in Wynwood, an opossum at a Florida school and a new affordable housing complex in North Miami.

CanesInSight Podcast
Former Canes RB Cam Harris IN STUDIO, Fall Scrimmage Breakdown, Listener Q&A (EPISODE 2)

CanesInSight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 71:25


Peter Ariz and D$ break down everything they saw and heard from the Canes' latest scrimmage in Coral Gables. Then, the boys answer listener questions from the CanesInSight.com community (26:08). Former Canes RB Cam Harris joins the show in studio to discuss his mental state during his injury rehab and what's next for him, how he views this current RB room + coaching staff and much more. (45:22)

Tax-Alpha Solutions
Ep 25: The Right Clause for the Right Situation

Tax-Alpha Solutions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 51:04


 Gary Salzman is a shareholder with Garganese, Weiss, D'Agresta & Salzman, P.A. Gary primarily handles litigation, mediation and arbitration for business, real estate and employment disputes. Gary received his Bachelors of Business Administration in 1985 and his Juris Doctor, cum laude, in 1988, both from the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. In addition, he has been Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Business Litigation since 1997. Gary served six years on The Florida Bar's Board of Legal Specialization and Education and, prior to that, he served six years on The Florida Bar's Business Litigation Certification Committee. Gary also served on the 9th Judicial Circuit's Business Court Formation Committee. Gary is active in the George C. Young American Inn of Court, where he holds a "Master" designation, serves on its board of directors and is the former president from 2011 to 2013. Also, he currently serves on the Orange County Bar Association's Executive Council as an elected member. Gary is a certified circuit-civil and appellate mediator, as well as a Florida Supreme Court trained and qualified arbitrator. He is a member of the American Arbitration Association's employment, commercial, healthcare and financial arbitration and mediation panels. Gary provides alternative resolution services for commercial, real estate and employment disputes as a mediator, an arbitrator and a voluntary trial resolution judge.   Listen to this informative Tax-Alpha Solutions episode with Gary Salzman about structuring contracts, the board process, and how he charges for his time. Here is what to expect on this week's show: Gary usually represents companies and not individuals Interesting litigation case between two sports bars Different contract clauses for different situations If you threaten someone you are extorting them and ruining your case Pricing structures for different services provided Gary discusses the process of being board certified and its importance   Connect with Gary: http://www.orlandolaw.net/ This podcast is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. The information is not intended to establish an attorney-client relationship and is not a substitute for legal advice from an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction.  The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.  Before you decide, ask the attorney to send you free, written information about their qualifications and experience.   Matthew Chancey is a Registered Representative of Coastal Equities, Inc. and an Investment Advisory Representative of Coastal Investment Advisors, Inc. Neither Coastal Equities, Inc. nor Coastal Investment Advisors, Inc. is affiliated with Micel Financial LLC. Investment Advisory Services are offered through Coastal Investment Advisors, Inc., and securities are offered through Coastal Equities, Inc., Member FINRA/SIPC, 1201 N. Orange St., Suite 729, Wilmington, DE 19801. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Behind The U
Episode 82 - James Mulcahy

Behind The U

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 54:27


Josh Darrow welcomes in new Miami rowing head coach James Mulcahy, who talks about his path to Coral Gables, his coaching background at both Alabama and Team Canada, how he approaches building his roster and what his goals are for the Canes going forward.

The Crossover with Dr. Rick Komotar
Dan Radakovich - The University of Miami Athletics: A New Vision

The Crossover with Dr. Rick Komotar

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 24:02


Dan Radakovich was named the 14th Director of Athletics in University of Miami history, returning to his graduate school alma mater as one of the nation's most decorated and successful college athletics administrators. Radakovich, who most recently served as Director of Athletics at Clemson for nine years, has experience at seven schools and 30-plus years as a visionary leader in all aspects of college athletics. In his first 6 months in Coral Gables, Radakovich has worked with campus leaders to chart an ambitious course for Miami Athletics with respect to facilities, sport sponsorship, fundraising and staff development. He has worked closely with new football head coach Mario Cristobal to ramp up recruiting, evaluation, sports science and creative resources. Radakovich is the immediate past President of LEAD1, which represents athletic directors at the Division I level. He was also named Athletic Director of the Year, and was on a member of the first College Football Playoff committee.At Clemson, Radakovich oversaw the most successful stretch in Tigers football history as the program won two national championships (2016, 2018), six ACC titles and made six College Football Playoff appearances. Clemson set a school record in the NCAA's most recent Graduation Success Rate report, posting a 95 percent score.

The Doctor Whisperer - the BUSINESS of medicine
TDW Show feat: Founder of Artisan Face & Body, Donna Gonzalez, BSN, MS, APRN.

The Doctor Whisperer - the BUSINESS of medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 28:34


Tune in on Monday, 8/15/22 at 6:30am EST, for a new episode The Doctor Whisperer Show featuring Donna Gonzalez, B.S.N., M.S., A.P.R.N. Donna is the Owner and Founder of Artisan Face & Body. Find out more about Donna on her website: https://www.artisanfacebody.com/home ▪︎ ▪︎ ▪︎ ︎ABOUT OUR GUEST: Graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Science in Anesthesiology, Donna Gonzalez is not only an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse and Nurse Anesthetist, but a skilled and experienced advanced aesthetic practitioner. Proudly, she is also a national trainer of aesthetics with the American Institute of Aesthetic Medicine (AIAM). More than 20 years ago, Donna graduated nursing school with honors and began her career as a trauma and ICU specialist at Miami Jackson Memorial Hospital and Doctor's Hospital in Coral Gables. She worked closely with some of the country's finest doctors, surgeons and nurses. These colleagues include some of the most prominent oral maxillofacial surgeons as well as nationally recognized plastic surgeons. Always thirsting for more knowledge, Donna, broadened her scope of nursing practice to incorporate neuroscience and post anesthesia care. It wasn't long before she found herself enrolled in one of the finest nurse anesthesia programs in the country and graduated as a nurse anesthetist. Subsequent training and practice in neuroscience and anesthesiology afforded her the ability to work with aesthetics for medical treatments, which later blossomed into cosmetic aesthetics . The culmination of her educational background and clinical experience has given Donna the opportunity to implement theoretical and practical experience in creatively combining the art and science of aesthetic treatments to her repertoire. In many circles “DG” is known as “the cannula queen”, for using a highly skilled technique to minimize bruising, bleeding and overall downtime. Donna's focus and passion is completely on the field of aesthetic medicine. It is her belief that both men and women of all ages deserve to look their best, whether it be for cosmetic reasons or sometimes even medical. Donna understands aesthetic medicine at a cellular level to combine therapies with the latest skin rejuvenating techniques providing naturally beautiful results that are reproducible with each treatment! Take note that treatments are not exclusive to the face but to the body as well! DG's results are achieved by utilizing any combination of wrinkle relaxers, dermal fillers, PDO threads, Stem Cell and Fibrin therapy (PRF/PRP), collagen stimulation therapy (CST), skin brightening and resurfacing with laser therapy and the use of medical grade cosmeceuticals…let us not forget skillful technique and expert knowledge! ▪︎ ▪︎ ▪︎ Thank you to our sponsors, TieTechnology and REVA Global MD, for sponsoring the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thedoctorwhisperer/message

Don't Sign the Lease!
Episode 103 - Miami CRE Leases

Don't Sign the Lease!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 23:55


Miami continues to receive out of town corporate relocations.  In today's podcast we discuss several of the key recent lease transactions in Brickell, Coral Gables, and Doral. We track commercial real estate so you can focus on your business. Jorge Morales is founder and president of Blue Box Real Estate, LLC, an independent commercial real estate firm in Florida.    For real estate solutions in Florida, find us at www.blueboxre.com.  

En Blanco y Negro con Sandra
TÍTULO: VIERNES 12 AGOSTO: Revelo otros tentáculos de Herrera Velutini que ubican a Puerto Rico como país de alto riesgo en el lavado de dinero a nivel global

En Blanco y Negro con Sandra

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 56:24


1. EXCLUSIVA: El acusado federal junto a la exgobernadora Wanda Vázquez, el banquero venezolano Julio Herrera Velutini no sólo tenía el Bancrédito, sino que compró una firma de corretaje local para hacer negocios desde Coral Gables en la Florida gracias a los decretos que permiten negocios financieros “off shore”. Todas estas nébulas han convertido a Puerto Rico en el mapa internacional como país de alto riesgo de lavado de dinero. 2. Compró la firma Consultiva. El esquema mueve grandes intereses y la OCIF no tiene no tiene recursos para investiga. Por eso no es casualidad, los grandes intereses financieros no quieren que les auditen sus movidas. 3. Mark Rossini pide más tiempo para responder a orden de mordaza propuesta en el caso de Wanda Vázquez. 4. Denuncian que otro banquero venezolano está ligado a los políticos locales. Esta vez lo vinculan con el alcalde de San Juan, Miguel Romero. 5. Juan Zaragoza radica medida para investigar presunta negligencia del componente fiscal del gobierno. El senador sostuvo que la Rama Ejecutiva no ha sido capaz de cumplir con sus obligaciones básicas para facultar la implementación de las leyes ya promulgadas que evitarían la fuga de médicos, entre otras situaciones en crisis en el sistema de salud. 6. Las autoridades federales arrestan a un asistente de maestro por explotación sexual de un menor.Se enfrenta a una condena de, al menos, 10 años de prisión 7. La Policía vincula a la narcoganga las FARC con el gigantesco arsenal ocupado en Villa Palmeras. Las autoridades estiman que estas armas han sido utilizadas en cerca de una veintena de asesinatos en lugares como Río Piedras, Hato Rey, Villa Palmeras y Barrio Obrero. 8. No da tregua la viruela del mono en la Isla. Confirman que hay tendencia al alza como ocurre en Estados Unidos. 9. Comercio federal vigilará el uso de los fondos que llegan a la Isla. Advierten que hay que entender la realidad de la Isla para que haya desarrollo económico. 10. Educación abandona el currículo con perspectiva de género. 11. Alto ejecutivo de Educación bajo investigación federal nunca sometió informes anuales correspondientes a su corporación. Kelvin Pagán La Luz había incorporado una entidad sin fines de lucro y fungió como presidente en otra, pero no cumplió con la entrega de documentos 12. A pesar de la oposición sigue su curso la APP que privatizara por 30 años el muelle de cruceros de San Juan a la firma Global Ports. 13. Jaime Espinal anuncia su retiro y aspira a presidir el Comité Olímpico o dirigir el Departamento de Recreación y Deportes. 14. Resumen semanal --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sandrarodriguezcotto/support

247Sports Football Recruiting Podcast
Texas A&M and Miami highlight the biggest recruiting weekends to end July

247Sports Football Recruiting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 22:42


Texas A&M and Miami brought a lot of talent to their campuses this past weekend! Andrew Hattersley of GigEm247.com and Gaby Urrutia of InsideTheU.com join Lance Glinn to recap both events and discuss the Top247 recruits that made it to College Station and Coral Gables. Host: Lance Glinn Guest: Andrew Hattersley & Gaby Urrutia Follow or Subscribe to the 247Sports Football Recruiting podcast feed on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Through the Smoke: A Miami Hurricanes football podcast
Discussing the BBQ and where things stand with UM recruiting as we enter a dead period

Through the Smoke: A Miami Hurricanes football podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 46:22 Very Popular


It is time to talk recruiting one last time before the start of fall camp.  In the latest edition of Through The Smoke, we touch on the big time recruits that made it down to Coral Gables that Miami fans need to know about.  We also discuss what happened this weekend with UM targets that visited elsewhere and what it means for the Hurricanes moving forward.  We wrap up the podcast by discussing the official offers that have gone out for the 2023 class on August 1st and where Miami's recruiting class goes from here.  Check out the latest podcast.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

UBC News World
Top Coral Gables Realtor Ashley Cusack Issued Report Showing Market Resilience

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 3:26


Coral Gables has some very impressive real estate, and the report produced by Top Realtor, Ashley Cusack, shows that the luxury home market remains strong, despite rising interest rates. Important factors are the combination of families increasingly moving to Southern Florida and falling sales inventory.

Administrative Static Podcast
NCLA Files Brief in License Plate Data Collection Case; Ill-Considered Decision Revives Judicial Misconduct Complaint

Administrative Static Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 25:00


NCLA Files Brief in License Plate Data Collection Case NCLA has filed a reply brief in Raul Mas Canosa v. City of Coral Gables, Florida, et al., the lawsuit challenging the city's use of Automatic License Plate Readers (ALPRs) to collect and store geographic location data of drivers. The city's warrantless surveillance infringes the privacy rights of residents like Raul Mas Canosa, who is suing over the use of ALPRs. 4 Ill-Considered Decision Revives Judicial Misconduct Complaint The Committee on Judicial Conduct and Disability of the Judicial Conference of the United States revived a judicial misconduct complaint against 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals' chief judge, William Pryor, and U.S. District Judge Corey Maze, over their hiring of a clerk accused of making discriminatory statements. Vec discusses the charges against Judges Pryor and Maze. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

La Ventanita
José Mendín, Pubbelly chef, plus Google review scammers, Thomas Keller's new restaurant

La Ventanita

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 52:44


Our guest today is José Mendín. What we love about José's Miami restaurants is that no two concepts are alike.  He's opened a gastrobup, a sushi chain, a Sunset Harbour Italian restaurant and a Puerto Rican spot that tied back to his Boricua roots. His gift is mixing and matching flavors from outside a traditional cuisine to make something uniquely his. He had a little controversy with his last restaurant, La Placita, when they painted the building like Puerto Rican flag. The Boricuas loved it but the city ultimately told him he had to paint it over. He's a former college volleyball player, so he and Carlos nerded out about that. We also talked about the scammers leaving one-star Google reviews for restaurants and extorting them for money to take them down. And we touch on Thomas Keller's new Coral Gables restaurant. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Dateline NBC
Murder in the Family

Dateline NBC

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 40:04 Very Popular


After a wife and mother is found dead in her Coral Gables home, police had one suspect from the beginning. But there was also undeniable proof that he couldn't have done it. Dennis Murphy reports in this Dateline classic. Originally aired on NBC on August 21, 2009.

The Crossover with Dr. Rick Komotar
Mike B. Fernandez - Humbled by the Opportunity: a story of rags to riches

The Crossover with Dr. Rick Komotar

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 30:44


Miguel “Mike” B. Fernandez currently serves as Chairman of MBF Healthcare Partners, L.P., a private investment firm located in Coral Gables, Florida. The firm focuses on investing in healthcare service companies nationwide. He has been the Founder and/or majority shareholder of over 20 healthcare related companies.  Most of these companies have been acquired by publicly traded companies.  Among these enterprises are Physicians Healthcare Plans, CAC Medical Centers, Prescribit Rx, CarePlus Health Plans, Navarro Pharmacies, Hospitalists of America, Simply Healthcare Plans, and Nutri-Force Nutrition.Mr. Fernandez's best-selling autobiography titled ”Humbled by the Journey" details his rags to riches story, from a dirt-road Cuban town to the pinnacles of U.S. business success.

UBC News World
This Miami Mobile Dog Grooming Service Pampers Pooches With Nail Trimming

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 2:27


Is your pooch in need of some pampering? If you live in Kendall, Coral Gables, Doral, or a surrounding part of Miami, Barking Lounge Mobile Pet Grooming (786-282-4212) brings luxury doggy washes to your doorstep. Go to https://www.thebarkingloungespa.com (https://www.thebarkingloungespa.com) for more information.

Miami Oculto
Leyendas y Misterios del Biltmore Hotel | Miami Oculto

Miami Oculto

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 38:49


Como todas las construcciones con historia, el Biltmore Hotel, uno de los hoteles más elegantes de Miami, en la bella Coral Gables, ha tenido muchas vidas y guarda muchas anécdotas. Ha recibido estrellas de cine y presidentes y tiene también su aura de misterio y hasta un crimen sin resolver que despertó la imaginación de los que creen en los fantasmas... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
FSU vs. Miami Preview: Is Mario Cristobal bringing the Hurricanes back? feat. Adam Lichtenstein

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 28:18


FLORIDA STATE — Tomahawk Nation's Seminole Wrap is back for another episode, this time covering a highly anticipated matchup between Florida State and Miami. We've hosted multiple beat writers and team insiders to give a first-hand look at FSU's season preview. This time, a preview of when the Noles head to South Florida on November 5th to compete in one of college football's biggest rivalries. While the Seminoles were able to top the Hurricanes in a 31-28 victory last season, the Canes have completely revamped their coaching staff to what many believe will put them back on the map. We've seen the state of Florida heat up in the recruiting trail over the past few weeks and each team seems to be working to solidify its place in the Sunshine State. Host Max Escarpio talks with Miami Hurricanes beat writer Adam Lichtenstein to ask about the hype brewing in Coral Gables and what to expect from the Miami Hurricanes in 2022, from his thoughts on Mario Cristobal, whether quarterback Tyler Van Dyke, a potential first-round NFL Draft selection, will take another step forward, and what the buzz sounds like for an up and coming Miami team. RELATED: 2022 Schedule preview: Miami HurricanesRELATED: Roundtable: How does the 2022 FSU schedule shape up?RELATED: 2022 Florida State schedule previews: Breakdowns, analysis, podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
FSU vs. Miami Preview: Is Mario Cristobal bringing the Hurricanes back? feat. Adam Lichtenstein

Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 28:18


FLORIDA STATE — Tomahawk Nation's Seminole Wrap is back for another episode, this time covering a highly anticipated matchup between Florida State and Miami. We've hosted multiple beat writers and team insiders to give a first-hand look at FSU's season preview. This time, a preview of when the Noles head to South Florida on November 5th to compete in one of college football's biggest rivalries. While the Seminoles were able to top the Hurricanes in a 31-28 victory last season, the Canes have completely revamped their coaching staff to what many believe will put them back on the map. We've seen the state of Florida heat up in the recruiting trail over the past few weeks and each team seems to be working to solidify its place in the Sunshine State. Host Max Escarpio talks with Miami Hurricanes beat writer Adam Lichtenstein to ask about the hype brewing in Coral Gables and what to expect from the Miami Hurricanes in 2022, from his thoughts on Mario Cristobal, whether quarterback Tyler Van Dyke, a potential first-round NFL Draft selection, will take another step forward, and what the buzz sounds like for an up and coming Miami team. RELATED: 2022 Schedule preview: Miami HurricanesRELATED: Roundtable: How does the 2022 FSU schedule shape up?RELATED: 2022 Florida State schedule previews: Breakdowns, analysis, podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Joe Rose Show
The Joe Rose Show Hour 3 7-5

Joe Rose Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 45:40


Kevin Durant and the Heat can it happen? Joe thinks the Heat would have to let Bam go and the Heat should do everything they can to try to get Durant to Miami. With the recruits that the Hurricanes have signed can the passion and competition come back to Coral Gables. Staying with college football, USC and UCLA are joining the Big 10 where does that put Notre Dame?

Joe Rose Show
The Joe Rose Show Hour 2 6-29

Joe Rose Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 46:05


The ACC became the latest conference to scrap divisions in favor of a new scheduling format Tuesday, making 2022 the final year of the Atlantic and Coastal divisions. Starting in 2023, the league announced it will move to a 3-5-5 format, in which each team has three permanent rivalry games played annually, with the other 10 opponents rotating on an every-other-year basis. UM will keep FSU BC and Louisville as their permanent rivalry. Are Canes fans happy with this new format? Will this help bring wins and titles to Coral Gables?

Live Greatly
Catherine Davalle | The Benefits of Massage & Sound Therapy for Stress Relief & Well-Being from the Spa Director of Acqualina Resort & Residences

Live Greatly

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 24:25


If you are interested in learning about the benefits of massage, sound therapy & other relaxing self-care practices this episode is for you!  Kristel sat down with the spa director of Acqualina Resort & Residences, Catherine Davalle, to chat about specialty massages like a TMJ release massage and rituals to relax and rejuvenate!  This episode is sponsored by the Acqualina Resort & Residences. Tune in now!  Key Takeaways from This Episode Spa practices that you can practice from the comfort of your own home The benefits of sound therapy Benefits of massage therapy Insights into how massage may help relieve TMJ discomfort The importance of stretching Specialty Spa services at Acqualina Resort & Residences This podcast epsiode is sponsored by the Acqualina Resort & Residences.  Kristel and her family recieved a complimentary 1 night stay at the Acqualina resort and Kristel also received a complimentary Soundcare Massage treatment.  Learn more about Acqualina Resort & Residences here Disclaimer: All information and views shared on the Live Greatly podcast are purely the opinions of the authors, and are not intended to provide medical advice or treatment recommendations. The contents of this podcast are intended for informational and educational purposes only. Always seek the guidance of your physician or other qualified health professionals when you have any questions regarding your specific health, changes to diet and exercise, or any medical conditions. About Catherine Davalle: Born in Paris, France, Catherine Davalle studied International Business in the French Business School before moving to Miami where she obtained a Bachelor's degree in Hospitality Management from Florida International University. After a successful career in hotel and business operations, Catherine discovered the world of spas and quickly achieved her certifications in Massage and Skin Care. As part of the opening team of the luxury Spa at Mandarin Oriental Miami, she went on to become a Spa Consultant for the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group Spa Division and a trainer for Aromatherapy Associate's Skin Care line. Catherine was also Spa & Wellness Director at the renowned Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables where she managed a spa with 13 treatment rooms and a fitness center with more than 1,000 members. In December 2017, Catherine joined the award-winning Acqualina Spa, a Forbes Five-Star Spa, as Spa Director. Catherine is passionate about wellness and luxury as well as nurturing any team she works with in order to bring the best spa experiences to guests. About Acqualina Resort & Residences:  Acqualina Resort & Residences is where the charm of a Mediterranean villa meets elegance on the beach. The lush grounds feature red couches set on Seashore Paspalum grass and are dotted with signature red umbrellas. A seaside luxury haven located on 4.5 beachfront acres in pristine Sunny Isles Beach, Acqualina Resort features 98 impeccably appointed guest rooms and suites and 188 residences with breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, world-class dining including Il Mulino New York, the alfresco Costa Grill and the new Ke-uH Japanese restaurant, three oceanfront swimming pools, spacious meeting rooms and an innovative marine biology-based children's program. A variety of lavish interior and exterior venues provide an ideal background for opulent weddings and memorable events. Acqualina Spa provides guests with an exquisite 20,000-square-foot, two-story tranquil sanctuary of excellence and relaxation. A family-owned and operated property, Acqualina is a recipient of the coveted Forbes Travel Guide Awards for both the hotel and spa and the AAA Five Diamond Award. Social Media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/acqualinaresort/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Acqualina  Twitter: https://twitter.com/acqualinaresort  Website: https://www.acqualinaresort.com/?utm_source=local&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=website_link  About the Host of the Live Greatly podcast, Kristel Bauer: Kristel, the Founder of Live Greatly, is on a mission to help people thrive personally and professionally. Kristel is a corporate wellness expert, Integrative Medicine Fellow, Top Keynote Speaker, TEDx speaker & contributing writer for Entrepreneur.  Kristel brings her expertise & extensive experience in Corporate Wellness, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Mindset, Resilience, Self-Care, and Stress Management to in-person and virtual events as Professional Keynote Speaker.  If you are looking for a female motivational speaker to inspire and empower your audience to reclaim their well-being, inner motivation and happiness, Kristel's message will leave a lasting impression. Kristel would be happy to discuss partnering with you to make your next event one to remember! Speaking Topics can be tailored to fit the needs of your group. To Book Kristel as a speaker for your next event, click here. Follow Kristel Bauer on: Instagram: @livegreatly_co LinkedIn: Kristel Bauer Twitter: @livegreatly_co Facebook: @livegreatly.co Youtube: Live Greatly, Kristel Bauer To Watch Kristel Bauer's TEDx talk of Redefining Work/Life Balance in a COVID-19 World click here.

247Sports Football Recruiting Podcast

2023 Five-star QB Jaden Rashada has committed to Miami! Brandon Huffman joins Blair Angulo to talk about Rashada's decision, discuss the impact he can make in Coral Gables, and break down the boost that Rashada's commitment gives Mario Cristobal early in his Miami tenure! Host: Blair Angulo  Guest: Brandon Huffman Follow or Subscribe to the 247Sports Football Recruiting podcast feed on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Canes Call In  Are you ready to talk about it?

Episode 3 we will talk about the NBA Draft, Really Random Rankings: Top 5 Animated Shows, FSPoo's Trash they are feeding the recruits! Clay James (@ImClayJames) and Lou Hedley (@LouHedleyy) Meal Mania! We will be partnering with Grove Outreach food bank to help fight food insecurity in the Coral Gables area. Visit https://adomdevelopment.org/mealmania to help out this great cause!! Plus Headlines of the Week and much more! Drop a comment and let us know how we are doing! Thank you all for listening! As always!! GO CANES!! Download the @SeatGeek app and use our code CANESCALLIN for $20 off your first order: https://sg.app.link/teamseatgeek #TeamSeatGeekFor High quality stickers, magnets, and apparel visit. www.aboutthefans.com use promo code CCI15 for 15% off your order! #StickAndRep#miamihurricanes #theu #gocanes #canesfootball #miami #allabouttheu #canegang #canesfam #universityofmiami #coralgables #the305 #dadecounty #itsallabouttheu #miamifootball #miamihurricanesfootball #canesbaseball #canesbaseball #caneshoops #NCAA #ACC

VBC Radio
Manuel Gámez - Pianista venezolano - en concierto 26 de Junio - Museo de Coral Gables

VBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 14:15


Manuel Gámez - Pianista venezolano - en concierto 26 de Junio - Museo de Coral Gables by Venezuelan Business Club

Crooked Letter Sports
Omaha Magic

Crooked Letter Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 23:22


Coral Gables, Hattiesburg, Omaha. The site seems to make no difference to the red-hot Ole Miss Rebels, who have now won seven NCAA Tournament games, mostly by lopsided scores. The Clevelands caught up with Mike Bianco, Tim Elko and Hunter Elliot to talk about the Rebels' latest and most important conquest, the Monday night victory over Arkansas, which kept Ole Miss in the winners' bracket and sent the Razorbacks to the losers' bracket. Ole Miss is now three victories away from a national championship.

Behind The U
Episode 75 - Jon Jay

Behind The U

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 41:55


Josh Darrow catches up with Canes baseball legend and MLB standout Jon Jay, who talks about growing up a Canes fans for all seasons, playing for Jim Morris, his favorite memories at The Light, going back to school and how the lessons he learned in Coral Gables translated to a stellar 12-year career in the Majors.

Wide Right: A show about the Miami Hurricanes
New Hurricanes commits and visitors

Wide Right: A show about the Miami Hurricanes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 74:15


Manny catches up with Anthony Yero of 305Sports.net to discuss Mario Cristobal's summer camps including a 7-on-7 where 4-star WR prospect Nathaniel Joseph shined. They also discuss new QB commit Emory Williams and the 17 elite recruits scheduled to stop by Coral Gables this week before Legends Camp led by 4-star quarterback Jaden Rashada. Manny then dives into a mailbag and shares a recent interview in Las Vegas with 2023 4-star CB Damari Brown, a high priority Miami target. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

We the People
How to Prevent Another January 6

We the People

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 38:41


As the congressional hearings for the events of January 6, 2021, continue, we'll hear from The Honorable J. Michael Luttig, formerly of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, as he recounts a story of his historical tweet that contributed to Vice President Mike Pence's decision to certify the results of the 2020 election, along with his reflections on how to prevent another January 6. He's then joined by three experts—Ned Foley of The Ohio State University, Sarah Isgur of The Dispatch, and Clark Neily of the Cato Institute—who are each leading a team on a bipartisan project for the National Constitution Center, Restoring the Guardrails of Democracy. They discuss other potential reforms including whether changes should be made to the Electoral Count Act and preview their forthcoming reports for the project, which will be published later this summer. Together, our panelists consider ways to strengthen American constitutional and democratic institutions against current and future threats. Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, moderates.   This conversation was originally part of a live, private event hosted by the National Constitution Center in Coral Gables, Florida, recorded in May 2022 with permission from the speakers. The Restoring the Guardrails of Democracy project is made possible with the support of Mike and Jackie Bezos. Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org. Continue today's conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr. Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly.

We The People
How to Prevent Another January 6

We The People

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 38:41


As the congressional hearings for the events of January 6, 2021, continue, we'll hear from The Honorable J. Michael Luttig, formerly of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, as he recounts a story of his historical tweet that contributed to Vice President Mike Pence's decision to certify the results of the 2020 election, along with his reflections on how to prevent another January 6. He's then joined by three experts—Ned Foley of The Ohio State University, Sarah Isgur of The Dispatch, and Clark Neily of the Cato Institute—who are each leading a team on a bipartisan project for the National Constitution Center, Restoring the Guardrails of Democracy. They discuss other potential reforms including whether changes should be made to the Electoral Count Act and preview their forthcoming reports for the project, which will be published later this summer. Together, our panelists consider ways to strengthen American constitutional and democratic institutions against current and future threats. Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, moderates.   This conversation was originally part of a live, private event hosted by the National Constitution Center in Coral Gables, Florida, recorded in May 2022 with permission from the speakers. The Restoring the Guardrails of Democracy project is made possible with the support of Mike and Jackie Bezos. Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org. Continue today's conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr. Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly.

Through the Smoke: A Miami Hurricanes football podcast
Instant Reaction: Emory Williams impresses and recapping the first 7-on-7 camp of the summer

Through the Smoke: A Miami Hurricanes football podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 13:55


Saturday was a busy day for the Miami Hurricanes football program. Early in the morning, quarterback target Emory Williams worked out for the UM staff and we discuss the feedback coming out of that session. UM played host to hundreds of high school players as teams from the Orlando area and South Florida made the trip to Coral Gables to compete in a 7-on-7 tournament and big man camp. Who impressed? Who received offers? InsideTheU's David Lake and Gaby Urrutia break it all down here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sundial | WLRN
Affordable housing woes, reflecting on George Merrick, and Wildlife Thursday: Flamingos in Florida

Sundial | WLRN

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 50:57


Miami's public land, meant for affordable housing, helped developers profit. Also, a Black reverend shares his experiences with the complicated legacy left behind by the founder of Coral Gables. Plus, we look at the iconic flamingo.

Rebel Report
Ole Miss dominates regional final, heads to Hattiesburg for Super Regional

Rebel Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 52:04 Very Popular


A hurricane nor the Hurricanes could stop Ole Miss from winning the Coral Gables regional, punching their ticket to the Super Regional in Hattiesburg. Here's some thoughts on the regional win and the matchup with the Golden Eagles

Oxford Exxon Podcast
6/7/22: Rebs sweep Coral Gables Regional

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 80:36


Join Neal McCready and Chase Parham the Tuesday, June 7, 2022 edition of the Oxford Exxon Podcast. Ole Miss went 3-0 in Coral Gables to advance to the Super Regional round starting Saturday against Southern Miss in Hattiesburg. We'll break down what happened in Coral Gables, look ahead to the weekend against the Golden Eagles and touch on various other topics as well.

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: Rebels win roll through Coral Gables Regional

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 109:42


Ole Miss is headed to its third straight Super Regional after cruising through the Coral Gables regional. Collin Brister joins to react to the weekend, how it happened, a dominant pitching staff, the superstar that is Tim Elko and more.

Rippee Writes
Rebels win roll through Coral Gables Regional

Rippee Writes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 109:42


Ole Miss is headed to its third straight Super Regional after cruising through the Coral Gables regional. Collin Brister joins to react to the weekend, how it happened, a dominant pitching staff, the superstar that is Tim Elko and more.

Wide Right: A show about the Miami Hurricanes
Miami Hurricanes: State of the Program

Wide Right: A show about the Miami Hurricanes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 87:32


Carlos Ledo of the MIA All Day podcast joins Manny to discuss his State of the Program story in The Athletic, how Mario Cristobal recruited at Oregon and how it might be a preview of things in Coral Gables, where the Alonzo Highsmith hire ranks among those over the last 6 months, and they answer mailbag questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Rippee Writes: who makes it out of the Coral Gables Regional?

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 86:34


Ole Miss heads down to Coral Gables for what is sure to be a rain-soaked weekend of baseball. What are the Rebel chances of making it out and how will pitching decisions factor into the weekend?

Rippee Writes
Who makes it out of the Coral Gables Regional?

Rippee Writes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 86:34


Ole Miss heads down to Coral Gables for what is sure to be a rain-soaked weekend of baseball. What are the Rebel chances of making it out and how will pitching decisions factor into the weekend?

Big Bets On Campus
College Baseball Betting Preview I Thursday, June 02

Big Bets On Campus

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 50:58 Transcription Available


Regionals weekend for college baseball is here and BBOC has got you covered from every angle! Action Network writer Collin Wilson is joined by Brad Audrain to break down all 16 Regional tournaments beginning on Friday. The guys discuss key pitching matchups, their favorite underdogs, park factors and look at each host team and their chances from a betting standpoint.  Host cities include Knoxville [02:18], Statesboro [04:37], Austin [07:50], Greenville [10:42], College Station [13:45], Louisville [17:35], Gainesville [19:56], Blacksburg [23:42], Stanford [26:00], College Park [27:40], Chapel Hill [29:35], Stillwater [32:05], Coral Gables [35:48], Hattiesburg [39:00], Auburn [42:10] and Corvallis [45:40].   Subscribe, rate and review for more college baseball betting content on the road to the College Baseball World Series in Omaha. 

The Remote Real Estate Investor
Finding win-win solutions for students and property owners with Ryan Stohl

The Remote Real Estate Investor

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 12:07


Ryan Stohl is the CEO and Co-founder of Lumi, a company focused on solving student housing problems in Miami FL. In this episode, he joins JP Will from the Roofstock Business Development team to discuss the problems he is solving in this sector and how he is able to provide more affordable options for students seeking housing while bringing in greater returns for the property owners renting to students.   Learn more about this project at www.Lumi.house   --- Transcript   Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals.   Pierre: Hey, everyone. Welcome to the remote real estate investor podcast. My name is Pierre Carrillo. And today we have a different kind of episode. I was at the IMN conference in Miami last week. And we got to sit down with Ryan Stohl from Lumi. They have a unique approach to student housing. So we have our team member JP Will sit down with Ryan and talk about what problems are solving in the industry. Let's just jump right in.   JP: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Roofstock Podcast. I'm JP Will I work for rootstock? I'm on the business development team. We're here at the IMM conference in Miami at the Loews hotel, and sitting with me is Ryan Stoll, founder and CEO of Lumi. House. So, Ryan, first question, just want to let everyone know who you are what your businesses so just let the viewers know what your business model is and how you came up with this idea and why you're at the IMM conference.   Ryan: Great. Thanks for having me. So living on campus has its own issues, right for students, they're outdated, they're cramped, they're inflexible. And living off campus can be challenging for students also. You have to find your fourth roommate split bills, find furniture or decide who cleans and when I was in college, we never clean it was a biohazard. So what we do is we give students a better alternative. We take single family homes, and we rent them out room by room to students in an all inclusive package. So it's taking the CO living concept that's become very popular in the multifamily space. And now we're moving into the single family space and focusing directly for students.   JP: Awesome. And and what what problem are you currently solving? I know if, if you're reaching out to these mom and pop investors, what problem are you sir solving? Why would they be using Lumi House? Is it because you're driving up revenue? Or is it just a better model for what they're looking for? If they're closer to a campus, etc,   Ryan: Right. I think it's two things. One is more revenue and also less headaches. For for the typical landlord have a four bedroom, five bedrooms, single family home, they will rent it to a family because it's difficult for them to rent out each room individually sign multiple leases, or even do the marketing. So there's an implied discount there. Whereas with students, they're typically willing to pay more to live in a dorm or off campus. So as an example, you know, we have five houses around the University of Miami as our proof of concept. And for students, it cost about $1,900 a month to live in a dorm on campus. And and living off campus. You know, if it's a new private student housing, one bedroom, the cheapest one that I found is 2500. And now certainly there are cheaper, traditional shared apartments but but then you look on the landlord side of a four bedroom house in Coral Gables, you'll see those being available for 4000 or slightly more than that per month.   So there, there's an implied per room rent price of $1,000 a month, but yet we know students are going to pay at least 1900 delivered in a dorm if not more. So we can offer the landlord at least 70% increase in gross rent. By the same time we took over the management. So they're making twice as much as they were expecting to without having to go through the headaches of managing the house themselves.   JP: And there's an attraction for the single family product because we both went to university and I know for if you're looking at living in a dorm, etc. You don't have as much room that single family product offers a yard? And is that what you're saying that more more students are coming to your product because of the demand of wanting a single family detached home as kind of their their dormitory, basically, because that's what you're offering?   Ryan: Yeah, yeah, I think I think so the dorms are cramped in the cost of living in a shared apartment nowadays is so expensive. And the idea was like as a freshman, you live in a dorm and you share a room. But then as you become, you know, as you start to become more of a junior, senior, then you get your own apartment. But rent prices have gotten so extreme, that now they're having to start sharing those again. So the the ability to to go to a single family house, have your own room and actually pay less than you would anywhere else is a huge draw for them. And I think that's part of the attraction.   And I think, again, we're solving a pain point that for some reason has been overlooked for the last 20-25 years. The same problems that I went through in college are the same ones students are going through now. And it seems like a lot of multifamily developers as student housing are only focused on you know, the richest 1% and trying to You know, sell them on the idea of having a dog park, a gym, spa, etc. You know, what we're focused on is the other 80% or more that are looking for a turnkey solution that parents are gonna feel safe with their children, they're the students only have to show up with a suitcase.   And then you layer on the fact that today there is a student housing crisis. And throughout most are not most but a lot of campuses around the United States, there's just not enough dorm capacity. And there's just not enough off campus housing capacity. And it takes a long time to build whether that's a dorm or multifamily complex, it takes time. So one of the advantages to our solution is that we're using existing housing stock and converting it into student housing. So we can address this problem immediately. And at the same time, do it in a way that's far more affordable for the average student.   JP: Now, where would you say your your kind of target market is for these this this student housing? Is it? I know you're saying University of Miami? But are you looking at different markets, different MSA is and what what would those markets be? And why are you choosing those markets? Does that make sense for your business model? Or is it? Is it because you're more attracted to these MSA is based on the growth etc?   Ryan: Yeah, it's a great question. We're focused on urban areas with a large student population, that's those are the first few criteria. So the more clustered it is, the more universities that are in a smaller area, the easier it is to manage the portfolio. And of course, having more students as you know, means there's a bigger opportunity. And then having a higher percentage of international students is great because they know when they apply or are accepted to college, they don't really know where to go what to do. And, and so we give them an easy route to living in a home with other international students so that they can learn and grow together.   So that's a big part of the, I'd say the one area that we're not focusing on today is is college towns, because there are there's a lot of off campus housing capacity. And for us to try to compete with that now, would it make sense because, you know, we're still a startup. And we need to have, you know, we need to have economies of scale to lower our costs to really start trying to compete. So for us the, the economic arbitrage, so to speak, that we're trying to exploit is really for urban areas like Houston, Atlanta, Boston, LA, Seattle, Chicago, etc.   Ryan: Okay. I understand the business model, I think it's a great idea. What are your key takeaways that you're hearing from? Because you're on the management side, so you're talking to these landlords who own these SFR assets, and you're driving up revenue for them, and just giving them a great product? What are your key takeaways from these investors? What are they giving you feedback from? I know, you said, you're at the University of Miami and you have a proof of concept of five SFR properties. What are you hearing from those landlords? Are they are they happy with your product? Are you providing a better service than what they were previously, excuse me previously having? And just if you want to give me that feedback, that'd be great.   Ryan: Yeah, I mean, certainly they love the increase in gross rents. The first objection we typically get from them as I don't want to rent to college students, but when they see the amount of money that we're the additional money that we're giving them each month, it more than compensates any potential damage. Student would do. But you know, so once once they are comfortable with that, and the fact that, you know, we require cosigners in two months security deposit, they they're very welcoming with the concepts. So I think it's, for them, it's very positive. It's something that, you know, they feel comfortable with, because now they don't have to spend as much time managing the property because, I mean, let's be honest, for the average SFR it's a very fragmented industry, right. And a lot of these landlords are unintended landlords, so to speak, where they had a house or to pass down to them. So they weren't ever really trying to create a business around it.   So they've been left to manage it on their own. Because a lot of small time property managers aren't that good in the biggest, most professional ones aren't going to try to snatch up, you know, all of these little individual one and two, portfolio mom and pops, so to speak. So they don't really have a whole lot of options. So we're, we're trying, we're trying to give them a better option and saying, Hey, look, we're happy to manage your property for you. We're happy to give you more income. And, you know, and also try to, you know, help solve a student housing problem.   JP: Yeah, I think the proof of concept it seems like it's working just for the viewers at home. Basically what he's doing is if you have current rent or market rent at a set amount, the student housing option lets you rent these per bedroom, so driving up, let's say have a four bedroom SFR asset, and current rents at 4000. If you're running these out per bedroom, and market is saying 2000 per room, you're essentially getting $8,000 a month from these SFR assets. So I think it's a great proof of concept. If you have any other information to give about your business to the viewers who they need to reach out to, and do they reach out to you on your website.   JP: Yeah, so we were a Miami based prop Tech, we are out raising our seed round right now so that we can expand across the country. So if if there are landlords that are interested, they can get on our website, there's a section for them to contact us. Of course, you can contact me on LinkedIn personally. We'd love to help people try to figure it out. Because I think as we as we discussed before, the the SFR market is very fragmented, but it's even more so for single family houses in urban areas, which is what we're targeting. So for us to really scale up and deliver this, this this concept nationally, we're looking for investors who want to start building portfolios of urban SFRs around campus communities, so that we can manage them and grow together.   Pierre: Alright everyone, that is our episode for today. Thank you so much to Ryan for sitting down and sharing his project, go check out his website, Lumi dot house, and we will catch you on the next episode. Happy investing

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
#BecauseMiami: The Jim Crow Commission

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 51:28 Very Popular


A racist bigot founded the city of Coral Gables. Billy Corben joins Dan to talk about George Merrick. Plus, Billy gives an impassioned plea regarding in the wake of the mass murder of children at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, TX. And we are joined by Daniel Tibbitt, a lawyer who represents those who have had their civil rights violated by the Miami Beach Police Department during Memorial Day Weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans
Jimbo Fisher goes in on Nick Saban, FSU softball NCAA regionals, Seminoles baseball, football, recruiting

Tomahawk Nation: for Florida State Seminoles fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 7:02


Thanks for listening to Noles News Now, your audio home for all things Florida State here on the Tomahawk Nation podcast network. I'm your host Brian Pellerin here on this Friday morning May 20th. If you're not following already, it's a pretty good weekend to plug into the FSU softball and baseball teams. One getting set to host a regional to start its journey to the College World Series. The other trying to make a statement and put themselves firmly in the hosting position themselves. We'll get you prepared for both those teams coming up in a few but we start with the college football beef dominating sports headlines as three of the game's most prominent coaches go to battle over NIL and recruiting and yeah FSU has some ties to it all. It actually started on Wednesday night when Nick Saban while speaking with boosters in Alabama named specific schools — those being Texas A&M, Jackson St, and Miami — that he felt were playing outside the rules in recruiting players. That back and forth ended with some public reprimands from the SEC Commissioner to basically shut up. Meanwhile, the rest of the sport sitting back to see what, if any, action the NCAA takes in looking into Saban's claims. Could that mean an investigation into Hunter's recruitment, Cristobal's rising recruiting efforts in Coral Gables and A&M's ascension to the greatest recruiting class ever constructed? Time will tell. All that's left is time — probably just a few hours by the time you listen to this — from the start of the NCAA Softball Tournament Tallahassee Regional. The Noles are the No. 2 overall seed in the tourney and No. 1 seed in this regional. They'll open competition tonight on ESPN+ against Howard at approximately 8:30. The timing on that is dependent on the finish of Game 1 tonight between Mississippi State and USF. In case you need a refresher, regional play is a double-elimination style tournament with one team advancing to the Super Regionals. The Noles would host the winner of the Missouri regional in that Super Regional if they advance. If you're looking for a deep dive into the other teams competing this weekend, check out Gwyn Rhodes's preview on Tomahawk Nation dot com or listen to this week's Seminole Wrap podcast that breaks down the threat each team may pose to Florida State's chances of moving on. Hopefully, Monday we'll have a Super Regional to preview for you. For the baseball team, the goal remains piling up wins to try and secure a top 16 seed in the men's tournament. D-1 baseball moved FSU into one of those positions in their tournament projections after last weekend's series win against Miami, but the midweek loss to Florida leaves little room for error as the Noles headed to Chapel Hill face UNC in a Thursday-Friday-Saturday series. But early on, it was the Heels who took off. Four first-inning runs. Not how you draw it up. It would remain that way into the fourth before Florida State's freshman came to the rescue. Jaime Ferrer and James Tibbs would lead big chargeback including an 8th inning two-run bomb from Tibbs off the UNC closer that gave FSU the 5-4 lead. That duo combined for 2 HRs, 4 runs, and 3 RBIs. The Noles held that lead into the bottom of the ninth, but they couldn't hold it. For the second consecutive game, the Florida State bullpen allowed a walk-off homer. This one a three-run shot from Alberto Osuna, his second three-run homer of the game. He drove in 6 by himself. Noles lose 7-5. For all the ins and outs, check out the 3 up, 3 down article on our website. Tomorrow's matchup is expected to be a matchup on lefties with Parker Messick and Brandon Schaeffer figuring to go for the Noles and Heels. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

We the People
Five Expert Takes on Two Big Issues This Term

We the People

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 37:58


Today on We the People, we're sharing a conversation from a private event hosted by the National Constitution Center this week in Coral Gables, Florida, recorded with permission from the speakers. In it, President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen moderates a conversation with five experts about two of the biggest issues before the Supreme Court this term: abortion and guns. Those five experts are: Melissa Murray of NYU Law, Akhil Amar of Yale Law School, Clark Neily of the Cato Institute, Kimberly Atkins Stohr of The Boston Globe, and David French of The Dispatch. Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org. Continue today's conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr. Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly.