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  • Mixed Striking Championship debuts this weekend in Florida
    Mixed Striking Championship debuts this weekend in Florida
    According to an Apr. 16 report from the MMA Corner, Mixed Striking Championship debuts this weekend with a star-studded fight card from Miami, Fla. With Gabriel Verona fighting Dave Gomez in the co-main and Kendrick Miree taking on Charles Johnson...
  • Embrace Miami's new Mega-Mall
    Here's why you should support Miami's proposed mega-mall
    Miami’s new mega-mall is actually happening, and despite what critics have to say, this is a good thing for Miami-Dade County, and South Florida as a whole.Yes, I know it is being built in a part of Miami-Dade that has killer traffic jams,...
  • Airport baggage handlers, security guards involved in stealing from checked bags
    Airport baggage handlers, security guards involved in stealing from checked bags
    People who are afraid of traveling by plane, you might be onto something. It’s not because the of the inherent risk involved with traveling thousands of feet in the air at hundreds of miles per hour. It’s because the people who handle...
  • Manu Lecomte
    Miami Hurricane guards Lecomte, Burnett announce intentions to transfer
    Less than four hours after telling reporters gathered for a year-end briefing on the past season that it “wouldn’t be surprising” if somebody decided to transfer, University of Miami basketball coach Jim Larranaga announced late...
  • Miami
    Postcard from (2003) Miami
    I wrote the following in 2003. Now, some 12 years later, I'm wondering what has changed. The city skyline certainly has, but what of the daily reality of life for the residents of the Magic City, and the challenges they face? Have things got...
  • NIT championship
    After ‘rewarding season,’ Hurricanes look for bigger things in 2015-16
    “Rewarding” was the word coach Jim Larranaga used to describe the success of his University of Miami basketball team this season, which came to an end with a two-point loss in overtime to Stanford in the National Invitation Tournament...
  • Jekiri injury
    Miami missing two starters for NIT final against Stanford
    Miami will be without two starters when it takes on Stanford Thursday night in the championship game of the National Invitation Tournament (9 p.m. EDT, ESPN).Center Tonye Jekiri will join guard Angel Rodriguez on the bench after sustaining a...
  • Insurance Agent Arrested for Selling Fraudulent Policies  to Military Families
    Insurance agent arrested for selling fraudulent policies to military families
    Florida Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater announced early Wednesday the arrest of Patrice Sands of Pompano Beach for selling fraudulent insurance policies to elderly military veterans and their families at Make-A-Wish Veterans, Inc., a Miami...
  • South Florida Easter Feasts and Fun
    Easter Feasts and Fun in South Florida
    Easter in South Florida is a great way to celebrate the SoFla lifestyle, end of the “winter’’ season and be with family and friends.Here are few places for offer a little bit (and a lot) of each:Café Boulud Palm BeachFew things...
  • Ja'Quan Newton
    Miami meets Temple in NIT semifinal
    Miami is making its second trip of the season to the New York Metro area for Tuesday night’s National Invitation Tournament semifinal against Temple, but there is a big difference from the initial journey back in December when the Hurricanes...
  • Jekiri/McClellan
    Huge comeback sends Miami Hurricanes into NIT semifinals for first time
    What was shaping up as one of the most embarrassing losses of the college basketball season instead became one of the most dramatic comeback victories of the season for the University of Miami Tuesday night.Down 18 points with under 17 minutes...
  • AmSo Brickell
    American Social Brickell brings back life to the neighborhood
    After the rise and fall of the incredibly popular Irish Pub concept around Brickell, there has not been a centralized casual spot that would offer the pub atmosphere without pretensions. A place where people can go to have a quick business lunch...
  • Larranaga lane
    Shorter shot clock not the answer to more scoring, says Miami’s Larranaga
    Games in the National Invitation Tournament are being played with a 30-second shot clock instead of the usual 35 to see if that will help jumpstart college basketball’s sagging offenses, the reasoning being that a shorter shot clock will...
  • Larranaga NIT
    Hurricanes await winner of Richmond-Arizona State for next NIT matchup
    University of Miami basketball coach Jim Larranaga wanted his Hurricanes to take advantage of the postseason opportunity provided by their bid to the National Invitation Tournament to re-establish their home-court advantage, something they...
  • Jazz in The Gardens
    Welcome to Jazz In The Gardens
    The most anticipated festival of South Florida is finally here. A milestone of 10 year signature event with an approximation of 70,000 attendees will bring excitement this afternoon. Jazz In The Gardens has been the conversation since the...
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