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The Brooklyn native turned South Florida legend turned progressive talk radio pioneer has been tearing up the airwaves for two decades and counting.
A former secretary, waitress, trucker and US Air Force aircraft mechanic, Randi’s radio odyssey began in Seminole, TX and led her to Alabama, Milwaukee, Dallas, NYC and Miami before she settled in West Palm Beach, FL to raise her niece Jessica after losing her sister Ellen to breast cancer.
Randi’s Air Force service in the late 1970s is where the seeds of liberal ideals first took hold. She was taught that you are only as strong as the weakest among you – a tenet that guides her to this day.
In March of 2004 Randi moved back to New York to host afternoon drive on the Air America Radio national network. Impeccably researched and infectiously humorous, she is listed in Talker Magazine’s Heavy Hundred, stared in the HBO documentary Left of the Dial, and is probably watching C-SPAN right now.