Update: Giraffas announced that they have chosen Miami-Dade to be the Brazilian chain's U.S. headquarters adding 285 direct new jobs within three years and an initial capital investment of $8 million. Congratulations on your 285 new jobs, Miami.We recently stumbled across a headline picked ... More >>
Taylor Swift's new album Red has been flying off the shelves before it even hit them. In fact, Billboard has basically guaranteed that it'll come out on top of the charts with an estimated 1.1 million units sold by week's end. So all y'all are probably walking around humming her latest single, d ... More >>
The invasive plant water spinach is banned in some states — and essential to Asian cooking. In a small village outside Houston, relocated Cambodians are growing and selling it across state lines, hoping to get rich.
via WSVNJust imagine the possible tourism campaign: "Visit Florida's Beaches: The nicest places to get run over in the world."Yes, for the second time in a month, another tourist visiting the state has been run over by a public vehicle. This incident occurred in Daytona and involves a part-time l ... More >>
The Dallas Mavericks earned a spot in the NBA Finals Wednesday night with their 100-96 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder, which means once the Heat finally put the Chicago Bulls out of their misery tonight, all that stands between Miami and a national title is a shaggy, horse-toothed German and his ... More >>
Photo by Steve PykeHeavyweight of contemporary minimalism, Philip Glass.Philip Glass New World Center Thursday, March 17, 2011 Better Than: The last time you raptly sat through 85 consecutive minutes of a classical concert. Philip Glass, noted minimalist composer, performed Thursday night at th ... More >>
As you're probably aware Dr. George Tiller, the medical director of a Wichita, Kansas clinic that provided late-term abortions, was killed this weekend while attending a church ceremony. Scott Roeder, a far-right anti-tax nut with a history of mental illness and a taste for the fire and brimsto ... More >>
Terry Durham might be some kind of prophet. The question is: Who profits?
Kicking the model beat on Lincoln Road.
About a year ago Bryce Brown as a promising, young high school running back orally committed to the University of Miami footballing concern. Makes sense, considering his older brother Arthur is also a Cane, but then Brown found him self the top rated recruit in the entire US of A, and decided to kee ... More >>
"Anyone who lays out $6 million for a South Beach condo must be smoking some good stuff."
Feel-good football tale scores with charm and sincerity
Mun2 wants to be the new home for Latin culture -- without the Spanish
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