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  • Dermer discusses Israel-U.S. relations, Iran, peace

    Israel Ambassador to the United States Ron Dermer, who was born and raised in Miami Beach, spoke last week at a breakfast for Black and Jewish Democratic members of Congress. The event at the Capitol was hosted by U.S. Rep. Alcee Hastings, of Fort...
  • Breakfast brings Jews, Blacks in Congress together

    U.S. Rep. Alcee Hastings, of Fort Lauderdale, recently welcomed about 30 other Congressional Democrats, including Ted Deutch of Boca Raton, Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Weston and Frederica Wilson of Miami, to a breakfast for Black and Jewish members of...
  • Celebrating and shopping for a good cause

    Costumed children and their families celebrated Purim at a local supermarket to shop for a good cause. Hochberg Preparatory in North Miami Beach did a Purim party and scavenger hunt at the Aventura Winn-Dixie store where 50 teams of different school...
  • Justin Bieber is a jerk, and it's your fault

    It's your fault Justin Bieber is a jerk. That's the contention of attorney Roy Black, who is defending the 20-year-old singer on a DUI charge stemming from a Jan. 23 arrest in Miami Beach. Black spoke to reporters last week as video of Bieber's...
  • Teachers turn to website to raise money for classrooms

    In her 21 years of teaching, Banyan Creek Elementary School kindergarten teacher Kelly Mason has spent thousands of dollars from her paycheck on supplies for her Delray Beach classroom. "The amount coming out of your pocket is huge," she said. "Because...
  • Could 'lean urbanism' jump-start urban revitalization projects?

    Could 'lean urbanism' jump-start urban revitalization projects?
    At what point does necessary regulation become unnecessary red tape? The answer lies in the eye of the beholder, but anyone who has ever dealt with an urban construction or major reconstruction project will argue that the line was crossed long ago....
  • Cruise lines eager to get newcomers on board

    MIAMI Cynthia Rodriguez has seen cruise ships around Florida, watched commercials touting the option as a value, and heard stories from friends who have cruised. But the 44-year-old North Bay Village, Fla., resident has never set sail herself, unsure...
  • Weekend preview: Doing St. Patrick's Day with style

    Weekend preview: Doing St. Patrick's Day with style
    The satire issue of “T: The New York Times Style Magazine” came out this week, and it includes a piece on the “forgotten literary genius” of J.P. Donleavy, a timely reminder of the cozy relationship between Ireland and America,...
  • St. Pat's Day corned beef (sushi) rolls and green fries

    St. Pat's Day corned beef (sushi) rolls and green fries
    St. Patrick’s Day happens early for many South Florida restaurants. At Shake Shack in Boca Raton, Miami Beach and Coral Gables, Irish Fries are Smiling will be on the menu starting Friday through the 17th. The fries are topped with horseradish...
  • Executives target first-time cruisers at convention

    Executives target first-time cruisers at convention
    It wasn't the millions of passengers or the billions of dollars of revenue that cruise industry leaders wanted to talk about Tuesday at Cruise Shipping Miami, the world's largest cruise industry convention. Their primary target? That vacationer who...
  • FOOD

    FOOD
    Eating green: St. Patrick's Day starts Friday for many South Florida restaurants. At Shake Shack in Boca Raton, Miami Beach and Coral Gables (ShakeShack.com), Irish Fries Are Smiling will be on the menu today through Monday. The burger restaurant's...