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Sea turtles released following

their recovery at Zoo Miami

Two juvenile green sea turtles were released recently at Matheson Hammock Park following their recovery at Zoo Miami’s Sea Turtle Hospital. Estimated to be between 3 and 5 years old, both individuals were rescued from the Dania Beach Pier after being unintentionally hooked by fishermen. The first individual, named, “Socket,” arrived on July 17 and the second individual, named, “Bolts,” arrived on Aug. 15. Weighing less than 10 pounds each, the turtles still are too young to be accurately sexed. Following the removal of the hooks, both turtles were carefully monitored and cared for at Zoo Miami’s Sea Turtle Hospital until it was determined by the Animal Health Team that they were fully recovered and ready for release back to the wild... Read More

Keep Your Home Online Through Network and Power Outages

With severe weather impacting many parts of Florida, especially during storm season, there has never been a greater need for a way to stay connected. A new product from Comcast called Storm-Ready WiFi may solve that need.  Available now, Storm-Ready WiFi is equipped with cellular back-up and a four-hour rechargeable battery, more than enough power to keep home internet up and running for the average power outage in the U.S. of two hours*.Storm-Ready WiFi gives Floridians peace of mind that they’ll be able to maintain connectivity at home, as it provides a seamless connection with auto failover. When the power goes out, the customer’s network is automatically transitioned to cellular back-up so they can continue the use of their Internet... Read More

Michael Miller talks with Emilio Gonzalez, Owner of about the All-Stars Tattoo Convention

Michael Miller talks with Emilio Gonzalez, Owner of about the All-Stars Tattoo Convention
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A Business Minute with Lily Lopez
Featuring Lester Castillo, SVP/Treasurer, U.S. Century Bank

A Business Minute with Lily Lopez
Featuring Lester Castillo, SVP/Treasurer, U.S. Century Bank
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The Deering Estate Foundation and The Deering Estate Honor and Remember Marta S. Weeks-Wulf

Today we honor and remember a woman who has led by example through her own action, advocacy, leadership, and philanthropy here in South Florida, throughout the country, and globally – the remarkable Marta S. Weeks-Wulf. Marta passed on from this earth on September 1, 2023, leaving behind a legacy steeped in advocacy and generosity. Marta, known as a multi-faceted leader and philanthropist supporting the arts, education, healthcare, and the Episcopal Church, also leaves a legacy of promoting environmental leadership, stewardship, sustainability and encouraging environmental... Read More

Sylvester bringing free cancer screenings to underserved communities in Mia

With support from community organizations and philanthropic donors, three 40-foot “Game Changer” vehicles at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine are saving lives by bringing free cancer screening and research opportunities to underserved neighborhoods in South Florida. These vehicles “close critical gaps in access to cancer education, prevention and research throughout South Florida, and in so doing help fulfill Sylvester’s mission to reduce the local cancer burden,” said Erin Kobetz, PhD, MPH, associate director, Community Outreach and Engagement at Sylvester... Read More

Gloria’s Gab Host Gloria Burns talks with Shirley Pardon, President of The Miami Woman’s Club

Gloria’s Gab Host Gloria Burns talks with Shirley Pardon,
President of The Miami Woman’s Club
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South Florida Wildlife Center Announcement

The South Florida Wildlife Center (SFWC) has received a $250,000 grant from the Kislak Family Foundation to support wildlife rescue, rehabilitation and release programs and community education initiatives in the Tri-County area.
The grant from the Kislak Family Foundation will support the Center’s ability to provide comprehensive trauma care and rehabilitation for sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals, with the end goal to release them back into their native habitats in South Florida. Additionally, the funding will help to provide professional training for veterinary students and interns, and support educational programs through community outreach... Read More

Carlos Ribero talks with Andy Gonzalez, President of 1st Integrity Credit Services

Carlos Ribero talks with Andy Gonzalez, President of 1st Integrity Credit Services
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Mobility Matters Host Javier A. Betancourt talks with Robert Ruano, CITT Trust Member

Mobility Matters Host Javier A. Betancourt talks
with Robert Ruano, CITT Trust Member
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Have it Sweet Like Honey, Honey!

“Shana Tova Umetuka” – “May you have a good and sweet year” is what we typically wish each other in the month leading up to the Jewish New Year, and I bet you’ve always wondered why we give a double wish, that the year should be both good and sweet. If it’s good, isn’t it sweet? It’s got to be more than just poetic. The Talmud teaches us that everything that happens in the world is for the good. And although many times it seems far from good, you should know that ultimately it somehow is for the good. We therefore wish each other, that not just should you have a good year, but also a sweet one. A year that is not just ultimately for the good, but rather one where the good is obvious to all. A year that is deliciously sweet... Read More

Mark Bolton of Gen Z Money Manual on Route 664 with host Les Winston

Mark Bolton of Gen Z Money Manual on Route 664 with host Les Winston
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Deering Estate presents Yolanda Sánchez: All the Light We Cannot See exhibition

The Deering Estate is proud to present Yolanda Sánchez: All the Light We Cannot See curated by Adriana Herrera. The exhibition will run from September 8 until November 12, 2023 in the Deering Estate Great Hall Gallery. An artist talk between Yolanda Sánchez and Adriana Herrera will take place on Sunday, October 22, 2023 at 3 p.m. Herrera describes “This is the first solo exhibition devoted to Sánchez’ fiber art, a fusion and transformation of the textile legacies of the east and the west, a longstanding inquiry into the relationship between perception and color, also developed in her abstract painting.  The exhibition consists of a site-specific, large-scale textile installation... Read More

Cuckoo for Coco

I fell in love with tennis in college. I was lucky enough to live a mere 100 yards from a bank of courts on campus at UF and could play whenever I wanted, whether I had an opponent or not.  There was always someone looking for a hitting session (once a professor who had been a fave) or game and you could play late into the evening or until the lights suddenly went out. Now, to be fair, I was never very good – my backhand being better than my forehand and my serve a looping half-lob that had no spin or slice or pace on it.  But I could sustain a rally and wasn’t afraid to look ridiculous swinging through an overhead.  Plus, I always had a fresh can of balls to share... Read More

CareerSource South Florida Awards $35,000 Scholarship Funds

CareerSource South Florida proudly announced a new scholarship initiative aimed at assisting deserving students to pursue higher education in Florida. The selection of students for this opportunity will be overseen by the Orange Blossom committee, who will review the applications and select the most deserving candidates. “We are excited to have participated in such an important HBCU game and contribute scholarship funds that will directly impact and support the education of future Florida students,” said Rick Beasley, Executive Director of CareerSource South Florida. “This initiative underscores our commitment to fostering a thriving community through education and empowering the workforce... Read More

Girl Scouts Team Up with Coconut Grove BID for Eco-Themed ‘Dog Days of Summer’

The Coconut Grove BID and Girl Scouts Troop 204 were out in full force across the Coconut Grove Business District August 19 to share education and tools by which visitors may help keep Coconut Grove and its Bay waters clean. Andrea Bolz and Isabella Holcombe of Troop 204 coordinated with the Coconut Grove BID to implement their Girl Scouts Silver Service Award. Before high school, every Girl Scout is encouraged to complete a service project to make their community a better place. This project is called the Silver Award, and girls choose what need in the world they would like to pursue, based on interests, concerns, and impact objectives. By planning and carrying out this goal, girls who complete the project grow in so many ways, learning important values such as problem-solving, citizenship, responsibility, and communication... Read More

The Children’s Trust Celebrates 20 Years of Nurturing Greatness

The Children’s Trust is approaching the culmination of its 20th Anniversary celebrations this year, with a final thank you to the community. Excitement is growing for a grand finale that will light up the heart of Miami’s downtown skyline and other landmark buildings across Miami-Dade County in a breathtaking tribute scheduled for September 7. The buildings will light up in The Trust’s vibrant green-pantone hue as the evening unfolds, delighting both locals and visitors... Read More

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2023 Pacifica Plug-in Hybrid
Pinnacle Goes the Distance

The 2023 Mercedes-Benz AMG EQE Sedan is an amazing looking vehicle. Immediately you get an impression that this is a cutting edge vehicle, with its front curved down, like a shark. The AMG EQE looks fast and it is. It can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 3.2 seconds. This power is generated by a 617 horsepower engine with 701 pound-feet of torque. You feel it as you are driving around, getting the full grip of the tires on the road. It is a different kind of feel that you don’t get in many sports cars, especially sedans, but Mercedes-Benz pulls it off. The wonderful sedan delivers 24 miles per gallon in the city and 33 miles per gallon on the highway. This beauty can seat five passengers and feels roomy from both the back and the front. You see the luxury in the separation between the front and the back and the views of the road from just... Read More

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