Miss Florida USA contestants Lindsay Knox Wardrip, representing the Space Coast, and Miss Florida USA Brie Gabrielle, representing Palm Beach, talk about the upcoming pageant, their love of the Sunshine State, and Donald Trump's controversial comments at a press event at the Provident Doral. The winner of the pageant, held in Fort Lauderdale, goes on to compete in Miss USA, which is owned by Trump. Video by C.M. Guerrero/El Nuevo Herald Staff
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More women have stepped forward to make claims against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, who was fired from his company after a New York Times report detailing extensive sexual harassment accusations spanning three decades. Actresses Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie as well as a former screenwriter are among the latest to say Weinstein made unwanted sexual advances.
Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein was fired from his company after a New York Times report detailing extensive sexual harassment accusations spanning three decades. In several incidents, women reported to a hotel for what they thought were work reasons only to have Weinstein proposition them. Several Hollywood heavyweights have now spoken out about the allegations.
Seaworld's kid-friendly Halloween Spooktacular, with a Sesame Street show, a dance party, trick-or-treating and an animal show, will take place during regular park hours Saturdays and Sundays starting Sept. 23.
The first event of the Halloween season, Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party includes a villainous stage show at Cinderella Castle; trick-or-treating; the Boo to You parade, led by the Headless Horseman; and fireworks.
After they were forced to postpone their August 25 Houston show due to the severe weather conditions, Coldplay put their free time to good use by penning a song dedicated to the city, which has been badly hit by Tropical Storm Harvey. The British rockers debuted the song at their Miami show on August 28.