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  • Dining scene: From cheese logs to chicken drums

    Dining scene: From cheese logs to chicken drums
    Château D'vine 2430 NE 13th Ave., Wilton Manors, 561-584-0179, Eucalyptus-Gardens.com Owner Danielle Perry's interest in wines piqued when she was a server and bartender at Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six. That seed has led to her debut of a wine and...
  • Canes P Chris Diaz a Louisville Slugger All-American

    Miami pitcher Chris Diaz can add another honor to his resume this season.  Diaz, who enters this weekend's regional tournament with an unblemished 9-0 record and a 2.31 ERA, was named a first-team Louisville Slugger All-American by on Thursday....
  • Miami lefty Andrew Suarez selected by Washington Nationals in MLB Draft

    Miami lefty Andrew Suarez selected by Washington Nationals in MLB Draft
    Miami lefty Andrew Suarez became the first Hurricane selected in the 2014 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft Thursday night, when the Washington Nationals chose the redshirt sophomore with their second-round pick, 57th overall. Suarez, who...
  • Huracanes, de dónde salen los nombres?

    Huracanes, de dónde salen los nombres?
    En septiembre de 1928 se desató uno de los huracanes más destructivos en la historia del Atlántico.     El monstruo rabioso de categoría 5 --con vientos destructores de más de 160 millas por hora-- mató a más de 4,078 personas, y causó más de $100...
  • South Florida football referee camp to host scrimmages

    South Florida high school football teams will get their first real taste of spring football action this weekend. At least 40 teams from Broward and Miami-Dade counties will participate in the South Florida Officiating Camp at Tamiami Park in Miami. ...
  • Bryan Radziewski goes the distance, Miami staves off elimination

    Bryan Radziewski goes the distance, Miami staves off elimination
    CORAL GABLES Miami’s bats made their first appearance of the postseason and Bryan Radziewski kept Bethune-Cookman’s at bay, as top-seeded Miami fended off elimination and advanced to the championship round of the Coral Gables Regional with a...
  • Miami-Texas Tech to finish Monday

    Miami-Texas Tech to finish Monday
    After three rain delays at Mark Light Field, the NCAA has delayed the conclusion of Sunday night's Miami-Texas Tech game in the Coral Gables Regional until Monday.  The game will resume at 2 p.m. Monday in the top of the eighth inning with one out and...
  • The Cooking Channel's G. Garvin features South Florida restaurants

    The Cooking Channel's G. Garvin features South Florida restaurants
    Now in its third season, the Cooking Channel’s “Road Trip With G. Garvin” has taken its host from California to Connecticut in search of the country’s best Southern food. At 9 p.m. Wednesday, Garvin, a chef, visits three Miami-...
  • Titusville attorney suspended over failure to pay federal tax timely

    Titusville attorney suspended over failure to pay federal tax timely
    Titusville attorney Susan K.W. Erlenbach has been suspended by the Florida Supreme Court for one year, according to a news release from the Florida Bar. Erlenbach’s suspension, which begins June 2, was due to failure to file tax returns in a...
  • Hurricanes rally on Monday to win Sunday night's game; force winner-take-all championship game

    Hurricanes rally on Monday to win Sunday night's game; force winner-take-all championship game
    All Miami’s bats needed to get going was a 14-hour break. In a game that started Sunday and was suspended overnight, Miami rallied Monday afternoon behind David Thompson’s RBI double in the 10th inning to beat Texas Tech 2-1 to force a...
  • Claws come out in witty 'Catnapped'

    Claws come out in witty 'Catnapped'
    'Catnapped!' By Elaine Viets. Obsidian, 276 pages, $24.95 Fort Lauderdale author Elaine Viets' "Dead-End Job" series has come a long way since heroine Helen Hawthorne began taking low-paying, off-the-grid jobs as a way to avoid paying alimony to a...