It was a toast repeated yearly since the family arrived from Cuba in the 1960s. Gustavo Pérez Firmat’s family uttered the toast as a wish they anxiously waited to fulfill.
Shoppers could not resist the draw of discounts on the day after Christmas. The consumers packed local shopping malls in hopes of finding big bargains.
A woman locked up in Broward’s jail since she reportedly created a ruckus on a Christmas Eve red eye flight from Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale has been released on bond.
Thousands of Christmas presents never found their way under the tree Wednesday, thanks to a system overload at UPS and FedEx. The shipping companies blamed the delays on increased air package volume ahead of the holiday.
The presents have been opened and yet another Christmas has come and gone. Ready to move-on and ditch the Christmas tree? Residents of Dade and Broward have a few options.
The socialite wife of the Fisher Island CEO spent Christmas behind bars after stealing a pricey sweater from a Madison Avenue store, according to the nypost.com.
The phrase “home for the holidays” didn’t hold true for many of the people who spent Christmas in South Florida. Many of the visitors to South Beach Wednesday night were from out of town, tourists from South America to Saudi Arabia. There was plenty of holiday cheer, despite the wet weather.
As the song says ‘It’s the most wonderful time of the year’ and it is until you have had too much to drink at a Christmas or New Year’s Eve celebration.
Wednesday is Christmas Day and lots of businesses and agencies will be closing early Tuesday and not open at all on Wednesday.
The Cathedral of St. Mary, for many, is the final stop in a long day of pre-Christmas activities.