Running together for the first 17 miles and staying close for about 21 of the 26.2 miles, Bryan Huberty and Bryan Sharkey became the first and second finishers from Florida to complete the Boston Marathon.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission last week gave the preliminary approval to new rules for conducting a black bear hunt in four areas of the state this fall following a 20-year closure.
Scott Moore still works aboard a 1981 Privateer tower skiff that he has renovated several times, and he’s happily encouraging his veteran and newbie customers in their battles with big snook, tarpon, redfish, sea trout, pompano and other species.
DeHart managed to win the Mercedes-Benz Fort Lauderdale Corporate Run on Thursday by finishing the 3.1-mile course in 16 minutes and 18 seconds. Not bad for someone who decided to fit the race into a busy and important visit.
More than 7,570 participants from 297 teams have registered for the 3.1-mile Corporate Run, the first of an annual three-city series that continues April 15 in West Palm Beach and ends April 23 with the 30th anniversary of the original Miami race.
Popular for decades, the unique plastic swimming jigs with four holes in the tail called Mr. Wiffle were credited with catching fish ranging from bass to blackfins from Key West to California. But then they began to dwindle from tackle-store shelves and pretty soon, anglers couldn’t find them at all.
It's definitely better to squeeze in some sort of physical activity during a busy day than nothing at all. But, according to new research, a workout that really makes you sweat is the key to avoiding an early death.
These days, the more functions a piece of gear has, the better. That makes a camp lantern great, but a camp lantern that can also charge your mobile devices even better. Bracketron SmartLantern has that covered with a 7800mAh rechargeable battery that provides up to 48 hours of light or five full charges to your mobile device. As an added bonus, it can also function as a flashlight.
You cannot fake nostalgia. Or, at least, I can't. My acting skills aren't so well honed that a stab at expressing faux enthusiasm would not come off as anything but artificial. But I tried - really, I did - to share Todd Huber's zeal for all things skateboarding, as he led me past wall-upon-wall of vintage decks and trucks and 60 years of skater swag at his Skateboarding Hall of Fame & Museum.