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  • $1 filet mignon sandwiches Wednesday at Morton's

    $1 filet mignon sandwiches Wednesday at Morton's
    Morton’s The Steakhouse celebrates National Filet Mignon Day Wednesday, August 13 with $1 filet mignon sandwiches all day in the restaurants’ bar area. In South Florida, only the Morton’s in Coral Gables and on Miami’s Brickell...
  • On The Fly

    The college football season begins in two weeks, but the national focus shifted from the field Friday. Notre Dame, always viewed as the standard for academic and athletic excellence, is barring four prominent players from participating in football...
  • Hurricanes feel sense of urgency

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Miami - INSIDE SLANT The collapse down the stretch last season -- the Hurricanes lost four of their last six games after winning their first seven -- took away much of the shine from a 9-4 final record. The nine...
  • Group breaks into former Miami Heat star Ray Allen's home, police say

    Group breaks into former Miami Heat star Ray Allen's home, police say
    Seven young adults eager to take a peek inside the Coral Gables home of former Miami Heat star Ray Allen broke inside early Thursday, police said. The commotion woke up Allen's wife, Shannon. She yelled out, "What are you doing in my house?" as the...
  • Florida offers bounty of botanical gardens

    Florida offers bounty of botanical gardens
    The Sunshine State may be best known for sand, sun and theme parks, but it's also home to world-renown botanical gardens. The unusual tropical flora and fauna, and the historic buildings and museums, tell the story of our past. Here are five Florida...
  • Hollywood rising: A new life for 1920s landmark hotel

    Hollywood rising: A new life for 1920s landmark hotel
    There were no halcyon days of balls, debutantes or dignitaries. Its rooms are cramped and humble. But the Great Southern Hotel played a vital role in Hollywood's history: It was home to the workers who built the city nearly a century ago. For 90...
  • NBA roundup: Pacers' George talks about leg injury

    The Sports Xchange NBA roundup: Pacers' George talks about leg injury Indiana Pacers forward Paul George felt like his leg was on fire. "I felt like gasoline was on my leg and somebody lit a match," the NBA All-Star said Friday during a press...
  • A setting in search of some action

    A setting in search of some action
    'Haunted' By Randy Wayne White. Putnam, 356 pages, $26.95 Randy Wayne White has built a legacy exploring Florida's history and ecology. But an evocative look at Florida and its often ignored role in the Civil War can't make up for a lack of action in...
  • Teens break into Allen's home

    The Sports Xchange Teens break into Allen's home Police are investigating seven teens who broke into the home of Miami Heat free agent guard Ray Allen on Thursday morning, NBCMiami.com reported. According to the report, the teens entered Allen's...
  • Punters battling, 'Canes prepare for scrimmage, and recruits talk

    Through the first seven practice sessions of camp, there’s been plenty of talk about the competition for Miami’s starting quarterback job. The wide receivers, tight ends and cornerbacks groups all have plenty of depth and intriguing position...
  • FOOD

    FOOD
    Filet Mignon Day: Morton's The Steakhouse celebrates National Filet Mignon Day with $1 filet mignon sandwiches all day in the restaurants' bar area. In South Florida, only the Morton's in Coral Gables and on Miami's Brickell Avenue are open at lunchtime....