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  • Scott to lawmakers on past two years: “It’s working”

     
    Gov. Rick Scott went before the Florida Legislature and offered a huge dose of sellf-congratulation as well as praise for lawmakers. “Two years ago, we met together facing crippling debt, record-high unemployment and a downward spiral of job losses,...
  • For gamblers, 148 slot machines, 23 tables and free drinks

    For gamblers, 148 slot machines, 23 tables and free drinks
    SuperFast does more than describe how a 32-ton cruise ship travels from Miami to Bimini. In this case, it describes the pace at which the entire operation came together. It was only a year ago that casino giant Genting Malaysia Berhad and the...
  • Florida Cruise Guide: Norwegian Sky ship details

    • Port: Port of Miami • Tonnage: 77,104 • Length/Beam: 853 ft./ 118 ft. • Total staterooms: 1,001 • Total passengers: 2,002 • Amenities: Seven dining options, 10 bars and lounges, two swimming pools, one kid's pool, five hot tubs, casino, Body...
  • Republicans feast on chicken, politics at Lincoln Day dinner

    Republicans feast on chicken, politics at Lincoln Day dinner
    Chicken, potatoes and asparagus – plus politics – were on the menu Monday night for the Broward Republican Party’s “Lincoln Day” fundraiser. Most of the speeches, including Gov. Rick Scott’s keynote, were devoted to...
  • Friday Morning Reads: Port of Miami, pensions and Disney wristbands

    TALLAHASSEE -- Good morning and happy Friday to you. Here's what we're reading this morning.   * Disney is lobbying the Legislature to change a law dealing with the sale of tickets after investing heavily in new electronic wristbands to replace...
  • 'Top Chef' takes to the waves for Celebrity cruise

    'Top Chef' takes to the waves for Celebrity cruise
    Please pack your knives and go...on a cruise! Bravo's hit competition show "Top Chef" is heading down to Miami for Top Chef The Cruise, featuring head judge Tom Colicchio, cohost Gail Simmons and a slew of former Top Chef stars. The 4-night cruise...
  • Carnival Breeze joins the Carnival Cruise Lines fleet

    Carnival Breeze joins the Carnival Cruise Lines fleet
    Carnival Cruise Lines got its hands on its newest ship, the Carnival Breeze, in a ceremony at the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy. The 130,000-ton, 3,600-passenger sister ship to the Carnival Magic and Carnival Dream becomes the 24th cruise...
  • Disney Cruise Line takes delivery of Disney Fantasy

    Disney Cruise Line takes delivery of Disney Fantasy
    The colors of German shipbuilder Meyer Werft were lowered and the Disney Cruise Line flag was raised over the world's newest cruise ship -- the Disney Fantasy. The traditional maritime ceremony marks the final step of construction before the 4,000-...
  • Disney Cruise Line makes first-ever trip to Hawaii

    Disney Cruise Line makes first-ever trip to Hawaii
    In the ever-increasing world footprint of Disney Cruise Line, the Disney Wonder made its first-ever call to Hawaii. The Wonder, which has been based on the West Coast for the past two seasons is in the middle of a 15-night Hawaiian cruise with stops in...
  • Miami on the move: Glide from one sight to the next, above the traffic … and free of charge

    Miami on the move: Glide from one sight to the next, above the traffic … and free of charge
    MIAMI — It's officially called the Metromover, but you'll hear it called the "people mover." Whatever you call it, this elevated train is your free ticket to sightseeing in downtown Miami. Think subway, but one floor above street level. No...
  • Airport parking fees starting to multiply

    Airport parking fees starting to multiply
    Like many travelers, Hal Frost is accustomed to being hit with fees everywhere he goes, from the airport check-in counter to the hotel front desk. But long-term parking used to always be pretty straightforward: the rate he was quoted was the rate he paid....