housands of young witches, ghouls and goblins, and monsters of all shapes and sizes are expected to descend on Sunset Drive in South Miami Halloween night for the city’s annual Safe Streets Halloween event.
Choose your favorite Halloween candy!
It’s been a year since Peanut the orangutan at Jungle Island was diagnosed with cancer, and after receiving several courses of chemotherapy, she is now “doing very well.”
Miami’s Jungle Island threw a very special birthday party Sunday for two of their most beloved residents.
With the eyes of the nation on South Florida for the third and final presidential debate at Lynn University in Boca Raton, a little farther south, some divers in the Florida Keys carved pumpkins portraying candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney during an offbeat event in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
One of Jungle Island’s most popular primates, Peanut the orangutan, is garnering more attention than usual these days as the star attraction gets treated for cancer just like a human.
One of Jungle Island’s most popular primates, Peanut the orangutan, has been diagnosed with cancer.