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  • 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,...
  • Conciertos y eventos culturales en sur de Florida

    Conciertos y eventos culturales en sur de Florida
    MÚSICA JOHN LEGEND FECHA: 27 de junio LUGAR: Mizner Park Amphitheater 590 Plaza Real, Boca Ratón HORA: 7:30 p.m. BOLETOS: $40.50-$118.65 BLOCK B FECHA: 27 de junio LUGAR: Fillmore 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach HORA: 7:30 p.m. BOLETOS: $83....
  • South Florida theater producer Jay Harris dies

    Award-winning theater producer Jay H. Harris, whose influence on the South Florida arts scene was felt from Palm Beach to Miami Beach, died Friday afternoon at Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale. The Boca Raton resident died of complications from...
  • How Artie Lange woke up

    How Artie Lange woke up
    Under the influence of antidepressants, painkillers and Jack Daniel's, and desperate for any form of sleep, comedian Artie Lange chugged a bottle of Clorox bleach and stabbed himself nine times in the chest with a butcher knife. In his new memoir,...
  • Pembroke Pines sells 41 acres for 'City Center' development

    Pembroke Pines sells 41 acres for 'City Center' development
    PEMBROKE PINES Since 2006 it's been a sort of ghost town at Pines Boulevard and Palm Avenue, a fenced-off area with sidewalks, roads and a clock tower-- but no buildings, activity or people. Now the city is selling 41 acres of what it envisions as its...
  • Half of Broward state reps elected unopposed

    Half of Broward state reps elected unopposed
    The race for a seat in the state House of Representatives is already over in half of the districts in Broward County. In five of the 14 districts that represent the county, Democratic legislators are returning to office unopposed. In a sixth, District...
  • In the mood for a weekend movie? Think small

    In the mood for a weekend movie? Think small
    When it comes to this weekend’s new movies, we have high hopes for Clint Eastwood’s “Jersey Boys,” but a little Frankie Valli goes a long way. This may be the weekend to consider a smaller screen for a film with no less ambition....
  • How the insurance industry sees climate change

    Twenty years ago, I interviewed Frank Nutter, then and now president of the Reinsurance Assn. of America, on the threat climate change posed to the $2-trillion-plus global property and casualty insurance industry. "It is clear," he said back then, "that...
  • Out in the Tropics comienza el 25 de junio en Miami

    Out in the Tropics comienza el 25 de junio en Miami
    A diferencia de los desfiles de "orgullo" y otras actividades festivas de la comunidad lesbiana, gay, bisexual y transgénero (LGBT), el festival "Out in the Tropics" es más pequeño e intenso. "Podríamos decir que este es un plan más serio y tratado...
  • To farm fish, first you have to catch some

    MIAMI There's a lot more to aquaculture than growing fish in laboratory tanks at the University of Miami's experimental hatchery on Virginia Key. Before researchers can raise mahi mahi (dolphin fish), for example, they've got to catch brood stock. And...