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  • Sharief throws $12,000 party to celebrate mayorship

    Sharief throws $12,000 party to celebrate mayorship
    Broward Mayor Barbara Sharief held a big bash when she became mayor in November. Newly released campaign finance reports show she spent some $12,000 in campaign contributions on the affair. Sharief said she held the party because people in the...
  • Hialeah man wins $1K for life, takes $787K lump sum instead

    Hialeah man wins $1K for life, takes $787K lump sum instead
    Pedro Loaces, 52, of Hialeah, claimed a top prize in the $1,000 A Week for Life  Scratch-Off game, at Florida Lottery headquarters in Tallahassee. His ticket cost $2. Loaces chose to receive the winnings as a one-time, lump-sum payment of $787,152.56....
  • Hallandale kicking red-light cameras to the curb, but will other cities follow?

    Hallandale kicking red-light cameras to the curb, but will other cities follow?
    Hallandale Beach sent a strong message to its red-light cameras this week: Get out of town. Commissioner William Julian's motion passed 4-1 Wednesday, making Hallandale Beach the first city in Broward County to ditch the cameras. Julian believes...
  • Tomás Regalado logra amplia victoria para nuevo mandato en ciudad de Miami

    Tomás Regalado logra amplia victoria para nuevo mandato en ciudad de Miami
    El alcalde de Miami, Tomás Regalado, venció hoy en las elecciones locales con un amplio respaldo cercano al 78 por ciento de los votos, muy superior al resto de sus rivales, en una jornada marcada por la baja participación. “El pueblo de Miami...
  • Hialeah man wins $1M via scratch-off

    Hialeah man wins $1M via scratch-off
    Clarence Lee, of Hialeah, claimed a $1 million prize in the 100X The Cash Scratch-Off game at Florida Lottery headquarters in Tallahassee. Lee is the eighth winner to claim a $1 million prize since the game launched on Sept. 17. There has also been...
  • Broward County High School Sports Schedule Oct. 21-Oct. 26

    MONDAY, Oct. 21   GIRLS VOLLEYBALL District 11-8A at Taravella High: Taravella (2) vs. Douglas (3), 5; Coral Springs (1) vs. Coral Glades (4), 7. District 16-5A at Cardinal Gibbons High: Archbishop McCarthy (3) vs. Coconut Creek (6), 5; American...
  • 5 car giveaways this week at casinos

    5 car giveaways this week at casinos
    (Sorry, this was to have been posted on Friday, my fault.) Five South Florida casinos have end-of-the-month car giveaways – if you count a car inspired by “The Munsters.” Gulfstream Park Racing and Casino (901 S. Federal Highway,...
  • Hialeah poker room has huge September

    Hialeah poker room has huge September
    The Hialeah Park poker room was flush with customers in its first full month, with pretty much a full house. The new poker room outearned its south Broward and Miami-Dade competitors, with $692,417 in September revenue. That’s well ahead of nearby...
  • La latinización de Miami

    La latinización de Miami
    En las últimas tres décadas, la población hispana de Estados Unidos se ha diversificado cada vez más en sus orígenes nacionales. Ciudades dominadas antiguamente por un solo grupo hispano –tales como puertorriqueños en Nueva York, mexicanos en Los...
  • Jorge Duany, director, Cuban Research Institute, FIU

    Jorge Duany, director, Cuban Research Institute, FIU
    Last week: While most national and international media attention has focused on possible U.S. military actions in Syria, U.S. immigration reform has fallen to a secondary place in public debates. Last week, a small group of Latino activists organized a...
  • Katy Sorenson, president, The Good Government Initiative, University of Miami

    Katy Sorenson, president, The Good Government Initiative, University of Miami
    Last week: Organized librarians and Miami-Dade citizens convinced the County Commission to stop the ill-advised plan to gut the library system by cutting hours and librarians. Budget crisis averted, but [only] postponed. The fact is libraries are not just...