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Miami HeraldAmerican's boys and Killian's girls had never known what it was like to head to the state track and field meet as a regional champion. Solid collective efforts from both squads changed that Wednesday night at Traz Powell Stadium as each collected...
Paris Manhattan * * * A finales de los años 50, Francois Truffaut y otros cineastas galos agrupados en la revista Cahiers du Cinéma se inspiraron en cintas de Alfred Hitchcock, John Ford y otros autores americanos para crear la Nueva Ola Francesa,...
Tags: Delray Beach, North Miami Beach
I get why some folks love Smashburger. The restaurant chain uses never-frozen Certified Angus Beef, which is literally "smashed" into the shape of a burger on a 400-degree flat grill to "sear in the juicy flavor." The beef is tasty. But after two visits...
Nearly a month after a fiery wrong-way crash that left four people dead on Interstate 95, the man suspected of causing the collision is finally in jail. Willie Dumel, 25, who suffered broken legs in the April 3 head-on collision, had been undergoing...
Bus Loops Fort Lauderdale Bus Loop: It's always a good idea to take public transportation after consuming a huge amount of alcohol, but here's another reason: the Fort Lauderdale Bus Loop, rolling its trolleys to Fort Lauderdale's throng of beach bars...
The ninth annual poker tournament to benefit Scheck Hillel Community School is set for 6:45 p.m. Tuesday at Mardi Gras Casino, 831 N. Federal Highway, Hallandale Beach. The Jewish school offers classes starting at early childhood and continuing...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Mardi Gras, Judaism
If Hernan Bas' new painting and donation to the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami resembles the book jacket of a 1950s "Hardy Boys" mystery, well, only part of that is what he considers a "happy accident." The other part is a weird coincidence. In...
Tags: Arts, Artists, Arts and Culture, Fine Artists, Museums
Sun SentinelIf you miss seeing Larry King since he gave up his CNN TV show in 2010, there is good news. He will be speaking at Florida International University’s Biscayne Bay campus in North Miami at 6:30 p.m. March 28. The event is free and open to the...
Gelato Petrini in Delray Beach is one a few high-end gelato makers in the country capable or producing kosher for Passover recipes. The process was made easier this year because Mauro and Dawn Petrini just moved into a gleaming new facility from which...
Tags: Holidays, Passover, Judaism, Strawberries, Gelato
FloriDUHAnna Pierre, a North Miami mayoral candidate, want folks from three different coountries to send prayres her way because, she said, someone is trying to use Haitian Vodou, which is also known as voodoo, to get her out of the race, reports The Miami...
Tags: Riviera Beach, Elections, Politics
EL SENTINELLa patrulla de carreteras de Florida (FHP, siglas en inglés) está investigando si la policía ha debido perseguir en la I-95 al conductor que entró en contravía a la carretera y se estrelló contra una minivan Kia Sorento, matando a sus cuatro ocupantes....
Editors note: The spotlight features South Floridians On The Move in their careers. Who: Diane Schlachter, 60, Plantation Job: District Manager, Miami Division, Publix Super Markets; Supervises 10 Publix stores located in Pembroke Pines, Cooper City...
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