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  • MIAMI CIGAR & CO. CELEBRATES 25 YEARS IN BUSINESS BY “PAYING IT FORWARD"
    MIAMI CIGAR & CO. CELEBRATES 25 YEARS IN BUSINESS BY “PAYING IT FORWARD"
    (Miami, Florida) January 20, 2015— On the heels of coming out with their new image, Miami Cigar & Company closed out an amazing 2014. The company celebrated the end of their milestone 25 years in business with an exclusive Holiday Toy...
  • Tonye Jekiri Miami
    Miami falls flat in loss to Georgia Tech
    Like the little girl with the curl in Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s poem, when the University of Miami basketball team is good, it is very good indeed. See road wins at Florida, Duke, and Syracuse.But when the Hurricanes are bad, they are...
  • Exclusive: DShep Drugs
    Exclusive: DShep Drugs
    We were introduced to the rapper D Shep in 2007 with his Rent Money album. From that album, the track Nigga, of course appropriately adjusted for radio managed to make it to Miami radio by the way of DJ Irie himself.He was able to produce a couple...
  • Miami's Jim Larranaga
    Hurricanes back in polls at No. 23
    After dropping out of the Top 25 of the weekly college basketball polls following three losses in December, Miami moved back into the rankings this week.With wins over Syracuse on Saturday and North Carolina State last Thursday, the Hurricanes...
  • Miss Universe contestants modeling in bikinis for fashion show
    Miss Universe contestants turn up the heat in Miami
    When they awoke this morning, Miss Universe contestants felt a chill in the air with temperatures in Miami reaching only into the low 50s. The young ladies representing 90 countries from around the globe have been gathered in Doral, Miami for a...
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    Miami at risk because of rising sea levels
    Miami has more to lose due to rising sea levels than any other city in America, and Florida has more to lose than any other State.According to a report in National Geographic, the rising sea levels caused by global warming put Florida, and...
  • 9th annual International Chocolate Festival in Miami concludes today
    9th annual International Chocolate Festival in Miami concludes today
    It's your last chance to enjoy international chocolate purveyors at the exceptional Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden today, Sunday, Jan. 25, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Anyone who wants to get a jump on Valentines Day or treat themselves to...
  • Last chance to see Curator’s Voice gallery show
    Last chance to see Curator’s Voice gallery show
    Until January 31, 2015, you can still see Beautified Objects, one of the better gallery exhibitions that opened in December, 2014, when Art Basel Miami Beach came to town. Beautified Objects is on display at Curator’s Voice Art Projects, 299...
  • Miami-Syracuse
    Miami squeezes Orange to go 4-2 in ACC
    The way Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim saw it, his team lost Saturday’s Atlantic Coast Conference game to Miami because of its woes at the free throw line.The Orange missed 11 of 19 opportunities at the stripe in a 66-62 game, including two (the...
  • Miami's Sheldon McClellan
    Hurricanes get big win over N.C. State
    Angel Rodriguez struggled with his shooting from the field for a second straight game, but his four free throws over the final 21 seconds sealed the University of Miami’s 65-60 victory over North Carolina State in a key Atlantic Coast...
  • Amaluna's head of Wardrobe, Larry Edwards
    Maintaining costumes for the Cirque Du Soleil Amaluna tour
    There is a tendency after a lifetime as a professional in a field to grow jaded, with senses dulled, reflexes slowed, patience withered and that long-ago sense of wonder and heartfelt suspension of disbelief shattered. All that goes out the window...
  • Puttin' on The Ritz SoFla style
    Ritz-Carlton, Key Biscayne unveils new lobby experiences
    The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami – one of my favorite SoFla resorts – has a new arrival experience featuring two remastered spaces and a new marketplace café, Key Pantry:Eat.Drink.Shop.Key Pantry: Eat.Drink.Shop., is an open-style...
  • Larranaga vs. N.C. State
    Hurricanes facing big challenges
    Having played three games against ranked opponents in their first four Atlantic Coast Conference outings and come out with split, Miami finishes the month with three more games that could be just as key to their postseason opportunities.Starting...
  • Miss Israel and Miss Lebanon just cannot be seen together or it's big trouble for Miss Lebanon!
    Miss Israel and Miss Lebanon selfie war erupts: Young enemies fester at pageant
    When Miss Israel appeared in a picture online with Miss Lebanon from the Miss Universe Pageant, this sparked political backlash for Miss Lebanon. Something as innocent as a beauty pageant has now been infiltrated by two countries, which are sworn...
  • Miami: Exclusive interview with Grammy-nominated band PALO!
    Miami: Exclusive interview with Grammy-nominated band PALO!
    In an unconventional and fun interview in Bayside Miami, Leslie Cartaya, Raymer 
Olalde and Steve Roitstein talked about PALO!’s Grammy nomination for 'Best Tropical Latin Album' for their second album “PALO! Live” and...