South Florida Access is back with its third at-home episode. Valeria Venturini and Monica Lebro host “The Hot Minute,” which touches base on the Heat, Dolphins and Marlins. Miami politics are also part of the conversation, as Esteban “Steve” Bovo debates Daniella Levine-Cava ahead of the November 3 elections. Today is the last day to register to vote.
Then we move to internships. Many have transitioned remote as the coronavirus has spread. Reporter Andrea Gonzalez talked to interns and E.W. Scripps emerging talent leader Chip Mahaney about virtual internships and how transferring to remote operations has changed recruiters’ and students’ reality.
Overture to Overtown Festival will be hosted virtually this year by The Betsy Hotel. Reporter Paola Marcano talked to hosts and curators Carole Ann Taylor and Deborah Briggs, about this local festival dedicated to honoring the neighborhood’s history and legacy.
Swarm Inc hosted its first Not So Spooky Halloween Drive-Thru. The event included a harvest market with pumpkin patches to take pictures for Instagram, and a trick or treating alley. SFA reporter Valeria Venturini attended the event and talked with vice-president of operations Sarah Porter as well as attendees.
To close the episode, reporter Yuselys Solis sits down with the members of local Latin group ‘Los Wizzards,’ who talked about innovations such as mixing reggaeton with freestyle and using the Venezuelan cuatro and the trombone.