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The link between diet and headaches

There is nothing more frustrating than dealing with a headache. This pain can totally ruin your day. But in addition to traditional medicines, some natural alternatives are becoming more popular, including certain types of food. By Adriana Finol South Florida News Service @SFNS_News • Instagram• Facebook  “Quinoa, spinach, egg, and pineapple are some of the foods we can consume in order to ...

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Next Door at C&I sign. (Courtesy of C&I)

C&I Studios and Brew Urban Café are creating an artistic outlet in Fort Lauderdale

In Sistrunk, a small neighborhood in Fort Lauderdale, workers at a marketing agency and a cafe say they are creating a new culture with a collaborative workspace. C&I Studios was established in 2006 in Washington D.C. and has spread to North Carolina, California and New York. In 2008, founding director Joshua Miller moved its headquarters to Fort Lauderdale. By Victoria Salas ...

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Telemundo apuesta a la tendencia del bilingüismo

NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises anunció este 30 de octubre el lanzamiento de un nuevo estudio de producciones digitales con programación bilingüe, llamado “Fluency Plus”. Esta acción es parte de un proceso de expasión de “Fluency Studios”, y propone una manera refrescante de acercarse a las nuevas generaciones. Telemundo se une a plataformas como BuzzFeed y Vox con el objetivo de llegar a unos ...

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The Gramps bar in Wynwood neighborhood of Miami (Photo via flickr)

Benefit held in Wynwood for music students

Eight local bands of various genres came together to perform at a benefit concert for music students in the Caribbean affected by the recent hurricanes on Sunday at Gramps in Wynwood. Jeffrey Sadowsky, owner of the Music Talent Association in Miami and creator of the concert, said he partnered with the bar’s owner to hold the drive. “Nobody’s talking much ...

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Center for Independent Living of South Florida CEO Peter O'Connell (lower center) waits in line for food at the Disability Pride Picnic on Oct. 21. (Michele Mardorf/SFNS)

Disability Awareness Month celebrated at Margaret Pace Park

The Center for Independent Living of South Florida celebrated Disability Awareness Month with a picnic on Oct. 21 at Margaret Pace Park. William Gledhill Jr., a coordinator at the center and creator of the Disability Pride Picnic, said have the community enjoy an afternoon filled with food, games and each other’s company. “Different events have been done throughout the years ...

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The Bass Museum (Photo via Wikimedia Commons)

Grand reopening of Bass Museum

The Bass Museum of Art opened for the first time in two years on Sunday, offering free admission for the day. The museum went through a complete building transformation, officials said, deciding to focus its inaugural exhibition on contemporary artists reflecting the diversity in Miami Beach. Cameroonian artist Pascale Marthine Tayou created a “welcome wall” in which the word itself was featured ...

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Angel Zoila Perera (Natalie Sarracino/SFNS)

“The Leaf Magician” entertains on Calle Ocho [Video]

It’s 1965 in El Oriente Cuba. Angel Zoilo Perera grabs a green ficus leaf from a tree, presses it between his lips, and begins to blow, but becomes dizzy. His brother-in-law does the same but shows him how it’s done. His life was changed forever. Perera or “El Mago de la Hoja” (The Leaf Magician) plays the greenery as an ...

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The Mango Media staff left to right: Hugo Villabona, Morgane Leoni, Hannah Paulsen, Natasha V., Elina Diaz, Chris McKenney (Maria Gil/SFNS)

Mango Media blazing new trails in book publishing

A three-year-old Miami-based publishing company is getting its books on the Amazon Best Sellers list, including one that made the list this October. On the third floor of a white four-story building on 2850 Douglas Rd. in Coral Gables lies a little publishing company that is trying to change the rules of an old industry. The president and CEO of ...

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Esta pequeña perrita fue de las primeras mascotas en ser adoptada. 
Foto de Grethel Delgado

Mega Match-a-Thon: 24 horas de amor a primera vista entre humanos y mascotas

Música, camiones de comida y muchísimos ladridos y maullidos invadieron el Tropical Park de Miami este fin de semana. Mega Match-a-Thon, una jornada de adopción de mascotas organizada por Animal Services del condado de Miami-Dade, convidó a cientos de personas entre el viernes 20 de octubre a las 11:59 PM y el sábado a esa misma hora. Por Grethel Delgado ...

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Los competidores en plena acción por las calles de Miami. 
Foto de Carolina Morales Chataing

Un domingo al estilo 70.3

‘’¡Vamos que sí puedes! ¡Vamos! ¡Te falta poco!‘’. Eran los gritos de aliento más comunes que acompañaron a los participantes de la  fantástica jornada del Citybike Iroman 70.3, con 2.308 participantes, el pasado domingo 22 de octubre en la ciudad de Miami. Por Carolina Morales Chataing South Florida News Service @SFNS_News • Instagram• Facebook Esta ciudad  no solo se identifica  por sus hermosas ...

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