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  • Dolphins' Olivier Vernon hoping for another productive year

    Dolphins' Olivier Vernon hoping for another productive year
    Before signing with the Miami Dolphins, Branden Albert didn't know much about Olivier Vernon. But it hasn't taken long for the third-year defensive end to earn the respect of Albert, a veteran Pro Bowl left tackle who joined the Dolphins in March and now...
  • Weekend preview: Life, death, music, beer, zombies

    Weekend preview: Life, death, music, beer, zombies
    For Nicole Noël and Chance Meyer, whose days play out under an unyielding specter of death, music has been a constant presence, life itself. An actress and singer, Noël grew up listening to her father, vocalist Bobby Travis, perform around their home in...
  • Former 'Canes RB Lamar Miller: 'We call it a brotherhood'

    Former 'Canes RB Lamar Miller: 'We call it a brotherhood'
    It's no secret in the football world that former Hurricanes flock to Coral Gables during the off-season to train on Miami's campus and mentor current players.  Miami Dolphins running back Lamar Miller took part in that tradition this past off-season,...
  • UM announces date for CanesFest, more from QB Jake Heaps

    This time around, CanesFest promises Miami fans a different kind of look at their favorite college football team. The school announced Monday that it's annual preseason event will be held on campus this season at the Schwartz Center, Miami's new...
  • Doctors more likely than public to sign up for organ donation: study

    Doctors more likely than public to sign up for organ donation: study
    Doctors are almost twice as likely as the general public to be registered organ donors, according to a study of Canadian physicians. "A common myth is that physicians won't work as hard to save the lives of patients if they know they are registered for...
  • Miami Hurricanes shifting to attack mode

    GREENSBORO, N.C. Miami Hurricanes coach Al Golden seemed comfortably unencumbered Monday as he sat with reporters at the Atlantic Coast Conference Football Kickoff even if he had no idea who his starting quarterback would be at Louisville on Labor Day...
  • People on the move

    Public relations/marketing Toby Srebnik has joined Hollywood-based Fish Consulting as social media director. Claibourne Smith joined the firm as an account manager and Andie Biederman as account executive. In addition, Chad Cohen was promoted to...
  • Balancing Act: How much is your time worth? Consider outsourcing some tasks

    Todd Paton has a booming Miami business getting customers noticed on the Web. One tool he uses is generating online press releases to build brand awareness and create links that will send traffic to a customer's website. But Paton, owner of Paton Internet...
  • South Florida colleges offer freebies

    South Florida colleges offer freebies
    College isn't just a place to get an education. It also can be a place to get a great deal. South Florida's colleges and universities offer many freebies and deeply discounted services, including classes, cultural events and gourmet meals. Here are...
  • Fix Florida's medical marijuana law

    Anyone arguing that the constitutional amendment to allow medical marijuana in Florida is inherently flawed because it leaves broad authority to the state Department of Health should look to SB 1030 to see what happens when the department is not given...
  • Welcomed transitions at synagogue

    A new era has begun at Temple Judea in Coral Gables. Long-time member Howard Goldman became executive director in January while Rabbi Judith Siegal, who previously served as assistant rabbi there since 2006, became senior rabbi on July 1. She is the...