Glenneisha Darkins Perseveres During Art Week Despite ChallengesAfter a 2010 car crash, Glenneisha Darkins found purpose in painting and while we all suffered in some way during the pandemic, Glenneisha was left isolated and without the help of her nurse.
Arrest Made After Social Media Threat Targets Marjory Stoneman Douglas HighThe Broward Sheriff’s Office has made an arrest following a threatening message posted on social media regarding Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, according to a robocall sent by school principal Michelle Kefford.
Asian American Artists Celebrated During Art Basel: 'Through Hardships, We Could Look At Diversity And See It As Strength'During Art Basel 2021 in Miami, Asian American artists were celebrated and recognized in a first-of-its-kind event at the Michelin-starred COTE Miami Korean Steakhouse.
PlanetWatch: Miami Chosen As 1st Major US Location For New Air Quality Monitoring NetworkThe goal is for every day residents to contribute to better environments, starting with air quality.
‘I Know What That Pain Feels Like’: Parkland Parents Heartbroken After School Shooting In MichiganNowhere in South Florida does Tuesday's shooting at a Michigan high school strike a nerve more than in Parkland.
Black Friday Shoppers Out Early Hoping To Score DealsSouth Florida shoppers lined up early hoping to score deals at local malls and shopping centers, as Black Friday kicked off the holiday shopping season.
Lincoln Road Restaurants Suing Miami Beach Over Outdoor Dining PermitsIn the 90-page lawsuit, the restaurants' ownership group, Lincoln Theatre, said it didn't know that past violations that were resolved or dismissed could cost them getting their permits renew.
‘Important For Us To Come Together’: Heat Legend Alonzo Mourning Dishes Thanksgiving Assist To Families In NeedWith turkeys and trimmings costing so much more this year, Thanksgiving giveaways like Alonzo Mourning’s are all the more meaningful.
University Of Miami Law Students Help Exonerate Wrongfully Convicted Florida ManA Jacksonville man wrongfully convicted of armed robbery was just released last month, and it’s thanks in part to law students at the University of Miami.
Give Miami Day Spotlight: Ronald McDonald House Gives Families Place To Stay Near Hospitals For Kids Undergoing TreatmentOne of the more than 950 charities hoping to benefit from Give Miami Day is the Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Florida.
Local Shops Getting Creative To Combat Supply Chain Shortages SqueezeGet your gift shopping done early until this supply shortage is over. In fact, think about getting it done even earlier because in more ways than one "while supplies last" applies.
Infectious Disease Expert Dr. Aileen Marty Says People Need To Get COVID Vaccine Booster Once Available To ThemPfizer's booster shot may be available to all adults in America as early as this weekend.
Residents Second Guessing Living In Pricey Edgewater Because Of Rising Rent & Flooding ProblemsDuring last Friday’s storm, a lot of attention and criticism focused on Edgewater. Many calling the neighborhood “Underwater” instead.
School Board Votes To Make Masks Optional For All Broward Public School StudentsThe Broward school board voted Tuesday to make masks optional for all students in public schools beginning November 20th.
Miami Neighborhood Known For Exclusive Condos, Edgewater Also Known For FloodingOn Friday, people who lived on 23rd Street in Edgewater were forced to wade through water to get to their cars.