As Magic City Celebrates 125th Birthday, We Have Julia Tuttle 'The Mother Of Miami' To ThankMiami's 125th-year celebration is as much a recognition of all that is the Magic City, but also a celebration of Julia Tuttle's foresight that without a railroad early on Miami would have remained a frontier outpost nestled in the mangroves along Biscayne Bay.
Cuban Who Fled Island Nation In 90s Says Today's Anti-Regime Demonstrations Are ‘Something Like I Never Seen Before’Cuban historians say there’s never been anything like it, which is echoed by a man who departed the island in the early 90s.
Theater, Arts, And Museums Helping To Restart South Florida's EconomyTheaters and museums have been and continue to be on the forefront of the resurging Florida economy. Museums are already pulling crowds and theaters are ramping up programing as patrons are feeling more comfortable with visiting public locations, despite the recent rise in COVID cases.
Hemingway Days Return To Key West As Plenty Of Papas Vie For Look-Alike TitleThe annual Key West Hemingway Days are in full swing after taking a pause last summer due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Cubans On The Island Circumvent Internet Censorship With Psiphon AppWith the Cuban government's ability to limit access to internet communications during the current anti-government demonstrations, US Government officials and Cuban American activists have suggested the US provide unfettered internet.
South Florida's Food For The Poor Critical In Getting COVID-19 Vaccines To HaitiA shipment of 500,000 doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine has finally arrived in Haiti which was donated by the United States. A key part of their vaccine program was provided by the U.S. Southern Command and South Florida’s Food for the Poor.
Florida Withdraws From Federal Pandemic Assistance ProgramThe enhanced benefits clock has run out. The state of Florida has withdrawn from a federal pandemic assistance program that offered a $300-per-week boost to state unemployment benefits.
Searching For Answers: Experts To Look At Growing Pile Of Collected Debris From Collapsed Surfside CondoOver 3 million pounds of debris have already been removed from the site of the Surfside condo collapse. Now, experts will be scrutinizing every bit of it.
‘Band-Aids On Top Of Deficiencies’: General Contractor Says Poorly-Run Condo Associations Wait Too Long For Proper RepairsAs the search continues, the question of what brought down the Champlain Towers South building will not be nailed down for weeks, if not months. And it’s likely “what didn’t happen” could also be a factor.
Condo Collapse: Champlain Towers In Surfside Was Due For 40-Year InspectionThe Champlain Towers South condo was due for what is called a 40-year inspection.
Major Hurricanes, Inflated Damage Claims & Lengthy Lawsuits A Perfect Storm Of Problems For Florida’s Home Insurance IndustryHurricane Andrew devastated insurance companies in the state of Florida. All these years later, the industry is again facing tough times.
So, What's Child Tax Credit Awareness Day & Why You Need To KnowWhat day is it? Of course, Amazon shoppers know for sure, but today is “another day,” and in a way more important than any deal online.
Nation's Newest Holiday, Juneteenth Promotes Conversation, EducatesJuneteenth, a new national holiday, was signed into law by President Joe Biden this week.
Juneteenth Gaining National Recognition, Could Soon Become National HolidayThe Juneteenth celebration has been gaining public notice for some time and soon could become a national holiday.
WalletHub Survey Ranks Florida Second Most 'Fun State'; Miami Nightlife: 'Anything, But Affordable'Florida comes in second only to California in a survey for the 'most fun states' in the nation.