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  • Nadal, el número uno del mundo, regresa a Miami

    Nadal, el número uno del mundo, regresa a Miami
    MIAMI — Tras un año de ausencia debido a problemas con una rodilla, el tenista español Rafael Nadal retorna al Abierto de Miami. Nadal, número uno del mundo y quien durante 2013 protagonizó una de las recuperaciones más espectaculares en la...
  • Half-price admission to state parks with FSU or UCF gear

    Half-price admission to state parks with FSU or UCF gear
    Gator fans aren't going to like this deal. Get half-price admission on Monday-Thursday this month at Florida state parks to celebrate the Florida State Seminole's BCS National Championship win and the University of Central Florida's victory in...
  • Heat champ Ray Allen loves life in Miami

    Heat champ Ray Allen loves life in Miami
    Miami Heat guard Ray Allen and his wife, Shannon, love living in South Florida, especially during the winter months. "Just being able to get a cabana at the W Hotel and sit back with my family during the middle of the season is wonderful," the two-...
  • Fall/Halloween Events

    MIAMI-DADE COUNTY Happy Harvest Kids Sale Oct. 1-2. Rake in the savings at The Five Ladybugs Happy Harvest Consignment Sale. Beat the heat and shop the indoor boutique for all your childrens needs. Or sell your unwanted items and receive up to 70% of...
  • Miami Heat singer Julia Dale goes all "Ruthless!"

    Miami Heat singer Julia Dale goes all "Ruthless!"
    Davie’s Julia Dale is that sweet, adorable, cutie-pie 12-year-old who belted “The Star-Spangled Banner” at Miami Heat NBA finals games and wowed us all. But now, Dale is bringing her golden pipes to the role of a not-so-sweet, not-so-...
  • Four $1M Powerball winners in Florida, including one in Fort Lauderdale

    Wednesday night's $448.4 million Powerball jackpot spread its wealth into Florida,  awarding four players with $1 million each. The  winning Quick Pick tickets were sold at: 7-Eleven, 51 Harbor Drive in Key Biscayne; Circle K, 4500 East Olive Road in...
  • Free admission to state parks with a library card on Sunday

    Free admission to state parks with a library card on Sunday
    Get free admission at Florida state parks on Sunday, Sept. 8, with a library to celebrate International Literacy Day. September is Florida Literacy Month and the state park system will waive entry fees oSunday  when you show a library card, book or...
  • Three Florida beaches make Dr. Beach Top 10 list for 2013

    Three Florida beaches make Dr. Beach Top 10 list for 2013
    The smile of Dr. Beach still shines on the Sunshine State as three Florida beaches made his annual Top 10 beaches in the U.S. list. Dr. Beach is Dr. Stephen P. Leatherman and he's Director of Florida International University's Laboratory for Coastal...
  • What is the best Florida beach?

    What is the best Florida beach?
    Every Memorial Day, a new beach is crowned best in the U.S. by a fellow known as Dr. Beach. Once you win, you're no longer eligible for the list, so the annual Top 10 list is always changing. So it makes sense that over the years, Florida has filled up...
  • Florida beaches named among the best in the world

    Florida beaches named among the best in the world
    Florida's Siesta Key has landed on another best beach list for 2013. The Gulf Coast beach, which was tops in the 2011 Dr. Beach Best Beach in the U.S. list, has once again been ranked among the best beaches in the world by TripAdvisor users in the site's...
  • Dave Barry has snakes on the brain

    Dave Barry has snakes on the brain
    As is widely stipulated, Dave Barry is a very funny guy. He was hysterical when he wrote his nationally syndicated column for the Miami Herald, for which he won a Pulitzer Prize in 1988, and is arguably even more droll in his madcap novels set in South...