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Key Biscayne

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  • 5Qs: Rick Sanchez, always in the news

    5Qs: Rick Sanchez, always in the news
    Rick Sanchez is probably the most polarizing person ever to sit at an anchor desk in South Florida. However, for everyone who goes out of the way to declare how much they dislike him, there are tens of thousands who regularly watched him on WSVN-Ch. 7 and...
  • If you go: Cape Florida State Park in Key Biscayne

    Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park is strictly for day trippers who want to swim, sunbathe, bicycle, kayak, picnic or view the wildlife. There are no hotels, and only organized youth groups can camp in the park....
  • Here's why we're recommending Aronson

    Coconut Creek voters have gone to the polls often in recent years to elect a commissioner for District E. When they vote on May 6, they will have a competent batch of political newcomers to choose from. Four candidates are running for the seat to fill...
  • How do you spell F-I-E-L-D T-R-I-P?

    How do you spell F-I-E-L-D T-R-I-P?
    For many students, a field trip is little more than a day off from school. It's a welcome chance to avoid the formal classroom setting, listening to the teacher explain one subject after another. But with a bit of planning and a touch of "out-of-the-...
  • Learn to make Cambodian-Style Fish Amok Step-by-Step

    Learn to make Cambodian-Style Fish Amok Step-by-Step
    Fish amok is a traditional Khmer or Cambodian dish. It's not only attractive but tastes and smells tempting. It's fish mixed with a coconut curry sauce and steamed in a boat made origami fashion from a banana leaf. The sauce firms up to form a rich,...
  • Young Girl Is Rescued After Getting Stuck In Pool

    Young Girl Is Rescued After Getting Stuck In Pool
    A young girl gets stuck in a Florida pool, and after a dramatic rescue is now recovering at a hospital. Fire rescue crews rushed to save the girl from a pool at a condo in Key Biscayne. They say her arm got stuck in the pool's skimmer. Crews worked...
  • Florida's overlooked coast

    Florida's overlooked coast
    Matlacha was a surprise. But then most things here on the southwest coast were a surprise. I had driven I-75 between Fort Myers and Sarasota numerous times, and always wondered what lay to the west, along the water. Now I was finding out. Matlacha...
  • Stanford Financial signs disappearing at Heat, tennis

     
    Since R. Allen Stanford was charged with fraud by the Securities and Exchange Commission in February, his Stanford Financial Group???s numerous sponsorships with local sports venues have begun to disappear. Stanford???s name was blacked out ??? well,...
  • Oil spill to impact list of Top 10 beaches

     
    When the annual Top 10 list of best beaches in the United States comes out on Friday just ahead of the long Memorial Day weekend, Florida's panhandle won't be included. Stephen Leatherman aka “Dr. Beach,” laboratory director for coastal...
  • Charm Camp coming to Ritz-Carlton South Beach

     
    Often, my Sunday Postcards column is a snapshot of unassuming gems. There was the best roadside barbecue ever at B.C.’s General Store in Yalaha. Or the free view of surfers, waves and whales at the Flagler Pier. You get the idea. Luxury isnâ€...
  • Wimbledon: Six-time champion Roger Federer gone in quarterfinals

     
    Roger Federer was pushed around Wednesday, overpowered by Tomas Berdych, a rosy-cheeked 24-year-old from the Czech Republic. But it was more than that. Berdych also played thoughtful points, countering Federer's slices with his own, pulling off nervy...