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Millions of years ago, the megalodon ruled the oceans – why did it disappear?

Roaming the ancient seas eons ago, the megalodon shark eviscerated its prey with jaws that were 10 feet wide. Warpaintcobra/iStock via Getty Images Plus Michael Heithaus,...
Non profit seeks to heal long after emergency teams are gone

Non profit seeks to heal long after emergency teams are gone

When a disaster strikes, immediate help comes from everywhere and then what? Neil Handler experienced it and has plans to help with the Phoenix...

20 largest Hispanic serving research universities form alliance to increase Hispanic opportunity

FIU is among 20 of the nation’s top research universities that have formed the Alliance of Hispanic Serving Research Universities to increase opportunity for...
Installations, awards events and more pack calendar

Installations, awards events and more pack calendar

Summer is fast approaching and many organizations close out their club years and install new leadership. General Federation of Women’s Club’s District 11, comprised...
Installations, award events and more pack calendar

Installations, award events and more pack calendar

Summer is fast approaching as many organizations close out their club years and install new leadership. General Federation of Women’s Club’s District 11, comprised of...

Winston Towers 400 Condo Board Elections as an Example for our City

In January 2022, while I was a candidate for Commissioner, I was contacted by several condo owners at Winston Towers 400 regarding certain practices...

Real estate scholar William G. Hardin to lead FIU’s College of Business

  William G. Hardin has been named dean of Florida International University’s College of Business (FIU Business). He has served as interim dean since May 2021 and...

City of Sunny Isles Beach – 25th Anniversary

This year the City of Sunny Isles Beach is celebrating its 25th anniversary. What first started out as a small parcel of land located...

What the Voyager space probes can teach humanity about immortality and legacy as they...

Scientists expect the Voyager spacecraft to outlive Earth by at least a trillion years. NASA/JPL-CalTech James Edward Huchingson, Florida International University Voyager 1 is the farthest human-made...
May Gringo Bingo event supports Afghan refugee effort

May Gringo Bingo event supports Afghan refugee effort

Coral Gables Woman’s Club’s May 3 Gringo Bingo fundraiser hosted by Clutch Burger was another successful night raising more than $1,600 that the club...

Pre planning is a gift of love

When we think of giving a gift to our loved ones, Pre-Planning our own funeral is not necessarily what comes to mind.   However, in today’s world,...

Miami Earns CRCA Ranking For First Time in Program History

 For the first time in program history, the University of Miami rowing team earned a spot in the Pocock CRCA Poll, checking in at...