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Coral Gables

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  • Miami teens who sneaked into NBA star Ray Allen's home charged with trespass

    MIAMI (Reuters) - Seven Miami-area teenagers who sneaked into NBA star Ray Allen's home last week were charged on Wednesday with trespassing, according to the Florida state attorney's office. The teenagers slipped into the bay-front home in the middle of...
  • What's next in Ferguson? Let's try a little education

    What next? That's what should concern us now. When the nightly dance of angry protesters, opportunistic criminals, and inept police clashing over the shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown finally ends, what steps should civic-minded people...
  • Jewish choir 'wows' audience at festival

    The Second Avenue Jewish Chorale is entering its fourth season and it has already made its successful debut performance at the recent North American Jewish Choral Festival in New York's Hudson River Valley in the Catskills. "It was wonderful," said...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Teens identified in Ray Allen's trespassing case

    A trail of sand was strewn across Ray Allen's tile floor. From the family room and foyer, to the second-floor stairway, the scattered grains were the marks of seven teens who entered Allen's Tahiti Beach home in Coral Gables through a faulty back French...
  • Clinic owner linked to A-Rod case charged with distributing steroids

    The man who was accused more than a year ago of providing Alex Rodriguez and other Major League Baseball players with performance-enhancing drugs surrendered to federal authorities Tuesday morning. Anthony Bosch has been charged with one count of...
  • $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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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,...