Just when you thought that global warming, with its effect of generating heat waves that are longer in duration and hotter in temperature, and which is documented by top scientists, was terrifying enough, here comes a new potential catastrophe: the Florida zombie alert. The weather patterns are showing an increase in droughts and, conversely, more […]
After a recent YouTube video showed footage of a sea turtle with a plastic straw stuck up its nostril, there’s been a small but vocal public outcry surrounding single-use plastic items, with the straw bearing the brunt of the wave. Moreover, the fate of this particular turtle was far from an isolated incident: In Jupiter, […]
Summer is in full swing in the Sunshine State. Residents and visitors to Florida will delight in the state’s unique offerings of summer events, all designed to highlight the area’s vibrant culture, music, and food. There is no shortage of fun in the sun in Florida, but here are a few of the state’s top […]
For a complete list of the bands that will be visiting South Florida this winter, check out this website.
Here are a few important reasons why you should teach your children to swim at an early age.
The Sunshine Laws are the single-greatest contributor to somewhat skewed perceptions of Florida
Florida Bill Allowing Flu Testing by Pharmacists Fails to Pass
It’s great to see young people standing up for what they believe in, and the way their movement is perceived has been fascinating to watch.
Even outside of running for an office or championing one set of laws or another, you can demonstrate your support for the victims in a myriad of meaningful ways
Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, Langston Hughes, and George Washington Carver are household names, but there are other less famous leaders to remember during the month of February.