Even if you are not a sports fan, you have to appreciate how a championship team can do wonders for a community and bring us all together in celebration.
While all eyes will be on the Miami Heat players as they make their way down 8th Street and Biscayne Blvd. for the Championship celebration Monday, businesses are hoping to get some of the attention, too.
A basketball fan himself, President Barack Obama has called the Miami Heat head coach to congratulate the team on its second NBA championship.
It was just after 3 a.m. Friday when the newly crowned kings of the NBA reigned supreme at Club LIV in The Fontainebleau Hotel on Miami Beach.
The last time the Miami Heat won an NBA title was in 2006. It was their first.
A seven-foot-round Key lime pie and a re-enactment of the Florida Keys’ “secession” from the United States marked the 30th anniversary of the creation of the Conch Republic late Monday afternoon in Key West.
The Miami Marlins can’t “play ball” without a field but that all changed Thursday when crews began rolling out the playing field for Miami’s new Major League Baseball park.
Veterans were honored with several events around South Florida Friday
The Magic City is about to celebrate its birthday. The City of Miami turns 115 years old in an all-day celebration on Sunday.
High school seniors in Florida will now have a new place to celebrate their graduation.