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Don Shula

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  • Kelly: Miami Dolphins must change national perception

    How we see ourselves is often based on how others view us. New England, Oakland and Chicago all had meltdowns after losing to the Miami Dolphins this season. The Patriots instantly became too old. The Raiders fired their coach and last week the...
  • Two job fairs scheduled this month

    Two job fairs scheduled this month
    Two job fairs are planned for the last two weeks of October. On Wednesday, a job fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Don Shula's Hotel in Miami Lakes. About 35 employers are scheduled, including Benihana, FirstService Residential, Cox Media...
  • Don Shula to appear at Norton Museum of Art

    Don Shula to appear at Norton Museum of Art
    If anything is more important to Don Shula than the Miami Dolphins' beating the Washington Redskins to win Super Bowl VII and complete a 17-0 perfect season, it's what happened just seconds after that victory on Jan. 14, 1973. Shula's Dolphins hoisted the...
  • Shula Burger, Starbucks open at Fort Lauderdale airport

    Shula Burger, Starbucks open at Fort Lauderdale airport
    Airline travelers now have more dining options at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. On Wednesday, the airport officially welcomed a Shula Burger joint and Starbucks Coffee to  Tterminal 1’s lineup of food offerings to cater to...
  • Shula's Steak House celebrates 25th anniversary

    Shula's Steak House celebrates 25th anniversary
    Shula's Steak House, the restaurant chain bearing the name of football legend Don Shula, is celebrating its 25th year in business. The Hall of Fame coach and other Miami Dolphins players from the 1972 perfect season team will toast the chain's...
  • Sunday: Green Bay Packers (3-2) at Miami Dolphins (2-2), 1 p.m., Chs. 7, 29

    Sunday: Green Bay Packers (3-2) at Miami Dolphins (2-2), 1 p.m., Chs. 7, 29
    Kickoff: 1 p.m., Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens TV: Chs. 7, 29. Radio: WINZ (940 AM), WBGG (105.9 FM), WQBA (1140 AM, Spanish). Coaches: Joe Philbin (17-19, in third season with Dolphins); Mike McCarthy (91-52-1, in ninth season with Packers) Series:...
  • S. Florida has its own versions of the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame

    S. Florida has its own versions of the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame
    Did you know South Florida has its own versions of the Hollywood Walk of Fame? We decided to explore the area's honorary pathways to see who and what is there. Come and follow us on these short walks. — Johnny Diaz Fort Lauderdale Walk of Fame...
  • Fitness studio fundraiser helps dog rescue group

    Fitness studio fundraiser helps dog rescue group
    StudioB in Davie recently opened its doors for a Saturday afternoon of exercise and giving. The workout facility hosted Pilates, spinning, Xtend Ballet Barre and Spin Bands and Abs classes for monetary donations, which went to Everglades Abandoned Dog...
  • College coaches stress the need to 'shut 'er down'

     College coaches stress the need to 'shut 'er down'
    During the 2009 season, Urban Meyer began wasting away. The former minor league baseball player dropped from 217 pounds to 180. "I would get sick — physically ill," Meyer said for a piece on HBO's "Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel" that debuted this...
  • Morrall, who led Colts to 1969 Super Bowl, dies

    Morrall, who led Colts to 1969 Super Bowl, dies
    Longtime NFL quarterback Earl Morrall, who filled in for an injured Johnny Unitas during the 1968 season and was named the league's Most Valuable Player for leading the Colts to the Super Bowl, died on Friday in Florida. He was 79. Morrall played 21 pro...
  • Earl Morrall dies at 79; key NFL backup quarterback

    Earl Morrall was the NFL's answer to a brilliant Broadway understudy. He left his mark on NFL history by stepping in for two future Hall of Fame quarterbacks — Johnny Unitas in Baltimore and Bob Griese in Miami — and turning in a string of...