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Florida woman to paddleboard from Cuba to Key West with hopes of breaking world record

A South Florida athlete from Fort Lauderdale will stand-up paddleboard from Cuba to Key West as she attempts to break the ...

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Libreria Impacto’s sign reads, “ser culto para ser libre,” which translates to “be cultured to be free.” (Photo by: Ismery Pavon)

Spanish-language bookstores find niche on Eighth Street

Of the nine Spanish-language bookstores in Miami-Dade County, a third are a few miles of one another on Southwest Eighth ...

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Axe Throwing Society will be opening its doors August. (Photo courtesy of Axe Throwing Society)

Ax-throwing sports bar coming to South Florida

An assistant principal at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is bringing the sport of ax throwing to Fort Lauderdale. Jeff ...

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Off the newsroom: Hoping for the best

Welcome to the first episode of Off The Newsroom. Off The Newsroom is a weekly podcast produced by South Florida ...

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Cambio climático: una amenaza para la vida del océano

“El planeta está cambiando en su balance. Todo en el planeta está perfectamente diseñado para tener un balance, y los ...

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La alimentación: una amenaza para el cambio climático

The Lancet, una de las revistas médicas generales más antiguas y prestigiosas del mundo, indicó que el cambio climático es ...

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James Taylor toma la palabra durante el debate con Greg Hamra. Escucha Frank Mora, director de LACC.

Qué dice James Taylor que incomoda a los defensores del cambio climático

El Taller sobre Cambio Climático en las Américas de FIU se organizó con casi un año de anticipación. Sin embargo, ...

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Acciones a tomar para menguar el cambio climático

El cambio climático y su efectos en el planeta son cada vez más evidentes, y como lo asegura la Organización de ...

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More millennials buying guns in wake of school shootings

Though the majority of gun owners are still older, the organizer of the state’s largest series of gun shows said ...

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FIU Ph.D students out in the Everglades (Photo by: Cristina Lebron)

FIU Ph.d student researches saltwater intrusion in the Everglades

Sea level rise is a growing problem in the South Florida community. It is a threat to drinking water aquifers ...

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Ken Davidoff on stage at the 50th anniversary of the Miami Pop Festival (Photo by Lukas Alzate)

HistoryMiami celebrates iconic rock ‘n’ roll festival with renowned photographer and Jimi Hendrix’s Brother

HistoryMiami Museum hosted the 50th anniversary of the Miami Pop Festival on May 19. The museum exhibited photographs taken by ...

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Crowd at Yellow Green Market (Photo by Paola Alarcon)

A farmer’s market brings in thousands of people every weekend

Right off I-95, nestled between Sheridan and Taft Street, the Yellow Green Farmer’s Market is located right in the heart ...

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