One Direction Is Headed To South Florida Good news for One Direction fans – the North American leg of their stadium tour next year will bring them to South Florida. The bad news is fans will have to wait more than a year to see them.
The Jonas Brothers Cancel TourThe Jonas Brothers have canceled their upcoming tour over creative differences.
Fins CEO Gives Visual Demonstration Of Why Stadium Renovation Is NeededWith the referendum election to decide the future of Sun Life Stadium less than three weeks away, Miami Dolphins CEO Mike Dee opened the 26-year-old facility to reporters and cameras for a behind the scenes tour Friday.
Cuban Blogger Yoani Sanchez Makes Miami Stop On World TourCuban blogger Yoani Sanchez arrived in Miami Thursday. Her first stop was the Shrine to Our Lady of Charity in Coconut Grove.
Rocking At 50: Rolling Stones To Tour Again You can't always get what you want — but if your desire is to attend a Rolling Stones concert this might be your lucky day.
Marlins' Morrison Makes Special Visit To Miami Children's Hospital Baseball fans or not, Miami Marlins leftfielder Logan Morrison has a knack for putting smiles on children’s faces.
Carrie Underwood To End Fall Tour In SunriseCarrie Underwood is going on a fall tour that will bring her to South Florida at the end of December.
Michelle Obama Makes South Florida Stop First Lady Michelle Obama made a South Florida stop Friday as part of her "Let's Move" healthy initiatives tour.
Michelle Obama To Make South Florida Stop FridayFirst Lady Michelle Obama will make a South Florida stop Friday as part of her "Let's Move" healthy initiatives tour.
Scott To Attend Latin Builders Association Meeting, Tour SouthcomGovernor Rick Scott has a full schedule in South Florida on Friday. His first major stop is at an opening of a new business in Kendall before heading to the Latin Builders Association’s monthly meeting and concluding his day at the United States Southern Command in Doral.
Team Begins 100-Day Trek In Fla. Wildlife Corridor ExpeditionFour men committed to preserving South Florida’s river of grass and the corridor that spans the entire state began their 100-day trek Tuesday, and they’re known as the Everglades Explorers.