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Join Mik Brothers of the ShedDawgs from way up north in Newfoundland and Brian Miller from PhinPhanatic.com as they prep you for the weekend ahead of NFL football. With all the latest news on the Miami Dolphins Mike and Brian will also give your their thoughts on the other weekend [...]
News release from Aqua Foundation for Women:
Aqua Foundation for Women is proud to announce our 2013 grant recipients. This year's priorities are to support LBT Women's physical, mental, and emotional health; to create a conference for LBT young women on cultivating leadership, personal financial planning, [...]
Whether or not quarterback Ryan Tannehill leads the Dolphins to the playoffs this year, this video should still boost him up on a notch or two on the cred level. Tannehill recently hung out at a Dick’s Sporting Goods with Dude Perfect — a group of guys who call themselves [...]
Artist Rubem Robierb on Thursday displayed his Butterfly Effect Series at Biscayne Art House at 1548 Brickell Ave., Miami. The gallery is open by appointment Mondays through Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 305-588-1231 for information.
Robierb, at far right, is pictured with MarĂa [...]
When Nelson Mandela announced he would visit Miami only four months after spending 27 years as a political prisoner in South Africa, it sparked a series of exchanges in Miami-Dade County between the black and Cuban-American communities that made national headlines and caused economic hardship, but eventually led to significant [...]
I know you guys didn't come here for even more Mandela coverage, but he seems worthy of his own post.
We'll re-adjourn in the afternoon. [...]
Can’t say I at all get the anti-Google marketing campaign by Microsoft running under the “Scroogled” monicker. But I do like this mug.
(Spotted via snarky story at the Inquirer.)[...]
Miami-Dade County commissioners eliminated an unpopular employee healthcare concession on Thursday, restoring public workersâ€™ pay in defiance of Mayor Carlos Gimenez after hours of harrowing testimony from labor unions.
As of Jan. 1, most of the countyâ€™s nearly 26,000 employees will stop contributing 5 percent of their base pay toward group [...]
6:00 PM Today at Books & Books, Coral Gables, FL: Regina Anavy and her book, Out of Cuba: Memoir of a Journey
Share a wonderful afternoon packed with anecdotes, insights, and thoughts from a marvelous woman, Regina Anavy, author of Out of Cuba.
Friday Dec. 6th. @ 6:00 p.m.
Books & Books
265 Aragon Ave
Coral Gables, Florida
A real life story of determination, survival, compassion and love.
An inspirational [...]
The Dolphins travel to Pittsburgh on Sunday to face a Steelers team that is also in the hunt for the 6th playoff spot (though on life support at 5-7) and are fresh off a week of moderate controver...Continue reading "Dolphins at Steelers: Revenge, Wallace, O-Line and Roethligsberger" > [...]