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  • Descubriendo los tesoros de Tampa con el CityPASS

    Descubriendo los tesoros de Tampa con el CityPASS
    TAMPA — Apenas toma una hora manejar hasta Tampa, pero la recompensa para los que conducen desde cualquier rincón del área metropolitana de Orlando hasta la Ciudad de la Bahía es tan gratificante como cuando un pirata encontraba un cofre lleno de joyas dentro de un galeón español.
  • Tony Stewart, taxis, and Trader Joe's: Letters

    Tony Stewart, taxis, and Trader Joe's: Letters
    George Díaz's column, "Tragedy should reform Stewart," in Monday's Sentinel on the sad death of Kevin Ward Jr., was off the mark. He wrote it as if Tony Stewart's passion for racing was the cause of Ward's death. The cause of Ward's death, sadly, was...

    Iraq: The U.S. broke it, so the U.S. owns it

    To the editor: This is the culmination of Colin Powell's admonishment regarding Iraq that "if you break it, you own it." Ultimately, U.S. forces left Iraq in a power vacuum with an unpopular authoritarian government and a country in disarray. ("Obama...

    Another plot for a deadly school shooting spree

    We shouldn’t be at all surprised that two more teens have been arrested for allegedly plotting another deadly school shooting spree. Until stricter gun laws are passed and the media stop sensationalizing these stories, we will continue to have...

    Museum of Art goes back to school

    Museum of Art goes back to school
    Call it a TED talk for fine-art buffs. That's the description Bonnie Clearwater, director of the NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, is giving to her new series of art-education conferences debuting next spring at the downtown museum and its neighbor,...