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  • Man accused of killing fellow patient at Aventura Hospital

    Francis Paloumbis was cleaning her Miami Beach apartment when she got a frantic call from her younger sister: “Alex is dead! Alex is dead!” her sister screamed into the phone.Paloumbis headed straight to Aventura Hospital where her older...
  • South Florida's teenage poets find their voice in WordSpeak program

    The words and feelings pouring out of Celestelle Webster, 19 and Christelle Roach, 18, on this sunny afternoon seem fiercely, startlingly beyond their years. "The bones in my body are like needles in my skin ... I am a bomb, take shelter." Facing each...
  • Dining scene: From fish tacos to chicken balls

    Dining scene: From fish tacos to chicken balls
    Fork & Balls 1301 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-771-2257, ForkAndBalls.com After gossip over its name and anticipation to see what The Restaurant People were bringing next, it's finally here. The folks behind YOLO, S3 and other hot spots...
  • Support turns to grief for Israeli teens

    In the past week, the South Florida Jewish community has turned out in great support of the three Israeli teenagers kidnapped by Hamas terrorists, but unfortunately this story does not have a happy ending. According to the Jerusalem Post, the bodies of...
  • Bachata to the future

    Bachata to the future
    Working as a DJ in the South Florida salsa scene, Jorge Charun watched bachata, a Dominican Republic rhythm and dance, take the place of reggaeton in dance clubs and on the radio. "There's a huge demand for bachata music now," Charun says. "A lot of...
  • Florida ranks 13th of 30 for beach cleanliness

    Florida ranks 13th of 30 for beach cleanliness
    Hitting the beach is a favorite pastime for Floridians looking to escape the sweltering summer sun, but heat and humidity could be the least of worries for swimmers who take a dip in polluted waters. The Natural Resources Defense Council recently...
  • Cantorial prodigy joins new congregation

    After seeing the musical "Fiddler on the Roof" at the age of six, Jonathan Angress told his parents he wanted to play the violin. He went on to master the instrument. As a youngster, Angress, who grew up in North Miami Beach, often davened from the...
  • Integrating Israel education in Jewish day schools

    A new initiative will aim to improve Israel experiences and education in Jewish day schools. The iCenter, a national Israel education organization, has launched "iNfuse: Israel Education in Day Schools." Six day schools from across North America have...
  • JFN helps funders select Jewish causes

    Jason Arison, the chairman and CEO of the Ted Arison Family Foundation (which has a presence in Miami), was co-chair of the 2014 Jewish Funders Network (JFN) International Conference this March and appreciated the fact that this year's conference took...
  • Overseas-visitor total increases 17% in Orlando

    Overseas-visitor total increases 17% in Orlando
    The Orlando area had 3.7 million overseas visitors last year, an increase of 17 percent, according to the National Travel & Tourism Office. That compared with 3.2 million overseas visitors in 2012. Orlando accounted for 11.6 percent of all overseas...
  • South Florida goes Kpop

    South Florida goes Kpop
    Cynthia Nunez may be Cuban, but she breathes Korean. "I have an emotional attachment," Nunez says. "I watch Korean dramas and listen to Korean music whenever I'm stressed out about school." The FIU physics major is an organizer of Kpop Con Miami,...