“The British are coming, the British are coming.” This week Miami, known as the “Gateway to Latin America,” is honoring culture from across the Atlantic with its second BritWeek.
As the pints were poured and the fish and chips were eaten at the Kingshead Pub in Sunrise, the talk was about Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge’s, new baby boy — with typical British understatement.
Seventeen tons of shipwreck treasure will soon be flown out of Florida and back to Spain and the U.S. military is making sure the transfer goes nice and smooth.
Imagine discovering buried treasure off Portugal, only to be told that you had to give it back. That’s what’s facing the company that found half a million silver coins in the wreck of a Spanish ship, only to have the courts support Spain’s claim to take it back. Friday, a judge cleared the way for that return.
A trial date has been set for a British teen accused of carrying 30 pounds of cocaine stuffed in boxes of cake mix at Miami International Airport.
A British teen found carrying 30 pounds of cocaine stuffed in boxes of cake mix at Miami International Airport appeared before a bond court judge Friday morning.
When construction crews began digging up the parking lot of South Beach Park on Fort Lauderdale Beach, they ended up digging up a lot of South Florida history.