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  • Ravens' Urschel distinguished himself as a lineman, student and teacher

    There’s plenty that distinguishes Ravens rookie offensive lineman John Urschel from his teammates, including his prodigious academic career and potential in the field of mathematics. But what I couldn’t fit into Sunday’s story was...
  • Rafael Olmeda: The ice bucket challenge stands apart

    She died two years ago today, August 31, 2012. Diane Riportella was my sister, and Lou Gehrig's disease stole her from our family and her community. She was the most sinful of saints, a fundraiser for numerous charitable causes, a fitness instructor,...
  • Sunrise: Mega proyecto se contruye en 2015 y será el doble que el Sawgrass Mills

    Sunrise: Mega proyecto se contruye en 2015 y será el doble que el Sawgrass Mills
    Nunca antes se había construido algo así en el sur de Florida. Conocido como Metropica, la “ciudad dentro de una ciudad” tendrá: •Más de 2,000 condominios •300 townhouses •Suficiente espacio comercial como para albergar a 11...
  • SunRail on track, but FlexBus lags behind

    SunRail on track, but FlexBus lags behind
    SunRail is rolling down the tracks of Central Florida, but a high-tech shuttle service that may prove vital to its success is still in testing, and months away from deployment. And that's assuming it proves technologically viable. The FlexBus system...
  • Qatar legal quagmire keeps California couple a world apart from sons

    Qatar legal quagmire keeps California couple a world apart from sons
    They live on West Coast time, home school their two sons on lengthy Skype sessions and record themselves reading books so their children can remember their voices. Forced to remain in Qatar while they fight prison sentences for the death of their...
  • Fall cruise recalls plight of Jewish refugees on Voyage of the Damned

    Fall cruise recalls plight of Jewish refugees on Voyage of the Damned
    The 1939 sailing of the German ship the St. Louis -- popularized in the book and movie "Voyage of the Damned" -- was a painful precursor to the Holocaust. Now, 75 years later, a November cruise will recall some of that ill-fated trip. The hopes of the...
  • Casas nuevas al alcance del bolsillo en Tamarac

    Casas nuevas al alcance del bolsillo en Tamarac
    El antiguo campo de golf Palma Sabal en Tamarac - un sitio vinculado a un escándalo de corrupción pública - pronto construirá 253 viviendas unifamiliares en una urbanización llamada Central Parc. Con precios que comienzan en $200,000, el proyecto, que...
  • California: Napa inn stay plus 2 VIP passes to BottleRock for $2,560

    California: Napa inn stay plus 2 VIP passes to BottleRock for $2,560
    Far from the dust of the Coachella Valley, Napa Valley will host its own mega-music concert called Bottlerock for three days at the end of May. BottleRock, now in its second year, will feature such notables as the Cure, OutKast and Eric Church. Milliken...
  • Think before you dial, text, FaceTime, Skype, chat

    One of the great wonders of the modern era is the fact that we can pretty much reach anyone at any time, regardless of distance, time or necessity. This is both blessing and burden. Spontaneous, unfiltered conversations are not always good for the heart....
  • Las Vegas: Polaroid museum recalls genius of the 'Apple of its day'

    Las Vegas: Polaroid museum recalls genius of the 'Apple of its day'
    Those instant cameras that Polaroid popularized in the mid-20th century (“Meet the Swinger! The Polaroid Swinger!”) are now right where they belong: in a museum in Las Vegas. You’ll find the museum in the two-story Polaroid Fotobar...
  • FCC chairman proposes new net neutrality rules

    FCC chairman proposes new net neutrality rules
    WASHINGTON — Netflix Inc. and other Internet companies may soon be able to pay for a faster road online for streaming movies and other content into customers' homes, raising concerns about who ultimately may end up with the bill. The nation's...