I'm always grateful for your support, especially during the holiday season. We put together this fun video holiday card to express our thanks and help us all get in the holiday spirit. Enjoy the cafecito for all!
3, 2, 1, HAPPY NEW YEAR! Well, not quite, but it’s never too early to kick off a fabulous New Year’s party. Once again Miami Children’s Museum is celebrating the New Year just a little bit earlier! Sponsored by Florida Dairy Farmers, get ready to ring in the New Year (a few hours early) with a countdown TO NOON, fun crafts, a stage performance by our Museum’s Theater Troupe and an unforgettable balloon drop that will be bigger and better than ever... Read More
Shoes for Streets invites Grant Miller
to give back to Miami this Holiday Season
Shoes For Streets puts on a Miami toy drive and invites Publisher Grant Miller and others to help!
Mark the date of Sunday, January 26, 2020 on your calendar and plan to enjoy the inaugural BayCrest Music & Food Fest, an extraordinary day of great music, delicious food and family fun at Palmetto Bay Park, located at 17535 S.W. 95th Avenue, just east of U.S.1... Read More
Inspire Health is here
Click here to read the November/December issue of South Florida's #1 health and wellness magazine.
Avoiding joint surgery with Stem Cell Therapy
The power of maca root
Fighting to end Alzheimer's
Columbus wins Football State Championship
Christopher Columbus High School won the 2019 FHSAA Football Class 8A State Championship at Daytona Stadium on December 13, 2019 with a final score of 21 - 20 against the Apopka Blue Darters.
A lovely reception hosted by the Intercontinental Doral for Whites Art Gallery featured some amazing artists also served to collect Toys for Tots. Pictured here with the Marines Toys for Tots collection box that night are... Read More
Visible You, a must read by Miami-based mother-daughter duo
Turnout for the mother-daughter duo that wrote Visible You exceeded expectations. On October 20, Books & Books Coral Gables hosted more than 200 people who were there to see Anne-Louise ‘Missy’ Carricarte, and Sophia Kardonski introduce their latest book about reclaiming your voice in a society that can easily drown you in excessive ‘noise’... Read More
Neurosurgeon answers questions on
brain tumor signs, types, treatment
What are the common signs of a brain tumor? Brain tumors can cause weakness (usually on only one side of the body), loss of vision or hearing, or hormone problems. They can cause seizures. They can cause headaches and nausea, usually worse in the morning. They also can cause no symptoms, and be found when someone gets an MRI for something else... Read More
MDX TRAFFIC ADVISORY – Sunday, December 22 through Sunday, December 29, 2019
SR 836/Dolphin Expressway Note: SR 836 is being reconstructed to add a new lane in the most congested areas and to make room for future express bus service. Drivers should look for guidance and detour signage along their routes. To learn more about the modernization of SR 836 visit... Read More
Florida, the Water State
As a native Floridian I have always taken issue with Florida’s nickname, The Sunshine State. While officially adopted by the Florida legislature in 1970, four years before my birth, growing up in 1970’s Miami I always thought we should be the Water State. After all, back in my day when the curriculum afforded time to teaching Florida history... Read More
Aaron Guerrero finishes end of the year
with spectacular sales of his first book
Aaron Guerrero isn't stopping. The aim of his publication is to assist those struggling to achieve their health goals in a realistic and positive manner, all while promoting and educating readers on... Read More
Rabbi finds shades of gray in a
black and white world
When I was at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, I organized Lunch and Learns at the Hillel Center for Jewish Life. I brought in the local Conservative rabbi and asked him to discuss the afterlife... Read More
Villagers’ House Tour Racks Up Another Win for Historic Preservation
Hundreds turned out December 7th for the Villagers’ 36th annual Holiday House Tour, focused on five distinctive homes in the Pinecrest area, built from the 50s through 2012. The theme “Inside Out – A South Florida Lifestyle” showcased how to creatively bring the outdoors in... Read More
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