Not Everyone Singing Sen. Rubio's Praise Outside Of Freedom TowerA large crowd has gathered outside the Freedom Tower in Downtown Miami ahead of Sen. Marco Rubio’s big announcement—but not all are singing his praise.
Thousands Gather For Rubio's Big Announcement One day after Hillary Rodham Clinton announced on social media that she is running for president in 2016, all eyes are on Senator Marco Rubio who is expected to do the same.
South Florida's Own Rubio To Run For Oval OfficeAt the Freedom Tower, Florida Republican Marco Rubio addressed Miami-Dade college grads but he may have been talking about himself.
Rubio Announcement + Heat Game = Traffic Trouble If you don’t have to travel to downtown Miami Monday night then try to avoid it. With two major events taking place, traffic is expected to be a nightmare.
Rubio's Team Launches New Twitter Account Ahead Of Presidential RunHours before he makes his presidential intentions official at a major rally in Downtown Miami, Marco Rubio is already a trending topic on twitter.
Marco Rubio May Move Big Announcement To Jeb’s SpaceRepublican U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, who has promised an announcement in Miami on April 13th regarding his presidential candidacy intentions, may have to move the venue.
New Cruise CEO Awaits Dream Cruise To CubaThe new CEO of the world’s third largest cruise line dreams of sailing to Cuba.
State Dept. To Set Up Shop At Freedom TowerThe U.S. Department of State has entered into an agreement with Miami Dade College to operate out of the college's historic Freedom Tower.
Freedom Tower Rally To Call For Immigration ReformLeaders of immigrant rights groups will join Miami Archbishop Tomas Wenski at Miami's historic Freedom Tower on Thursday to call on President Barack Obama to take action.
Historic Landmark Turns Aqua & Orange For FinsA national historic landmark turned aqua and orange to kick off football season and it wasn't the only one.
Focus on South Florida: The Cuban Exile Experience When the building we now call Miami's Freedom Tower was completed in 1925, it was the headquarters for "The Miami News" newspaper. But it is best known for its role in the 1960s, when refugees from Cuba fleeing Fidel Castro's communist regime arrived here. The newcomers were processed and documented at the tower; it became known as the "Ellis Island of the South". In 2005, the Freedom Tower was donated to Miami-Dade College. Today it is used as a museum, as well as a cultural and educational center. We focus on the new exhibit about to be unveiled at the Freedom Tower, called “The Cuban Exile Experience”.
Top Spots For Literary Landmarks In MiamiThe city of Miami does not spring to mind when it comes to literary history. Yet multi-cultural contributions abound.
South Florida Buildings Going Blue For Autism AwarenessThere won’t be a blue moon over Miami but blue buildings lighting up the South Florida skyline as part of a global initiative to raise awareness for autism.
Miami-Dade College Welcomes Undocumented Immigrant ScholarshipsTuesday, Miami-Dade College accepted the first scholarships ever for undocumented immigrants. The move, a sidestep around the immigration debate, is changing the lives of dozens of students who could only dream of going to college.
Immigrants Celebrating 4th By Becoming U.S. CitizensHundreds of immigrants living in Florida will have another reason to celebrate the 4th of July by the end of the day.