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M-DCPS Magnet programs offer students a world of choices

When it comes to educational opportunity and innovation, Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) is leading the country as one of the most innovative and progressive school districts with more than 370 distinct magnet programs available for students in over 100 public schools throughout the county. M-DCPS Magnet programs foster diverse and equitable learning environments, incorporating innovative curricula and research-based teaching methods. The programs ensure that all students experience the highest quality education while building on their interests, talents, and abilities through five unique thematic strands of study –— International Programs, Liberal Arts, STEM... Read More

Nearly 200 Guns Collected in 2021 During Miramar Police’s Guns for Funds Buyback Program

The Miramar Police Department will stage another Guns for Funds buyback drive after a successful haul of nearly 200 guns voluntarily turned in 2021.  The event will be held on Saturday, January 14, 2023, from 10am-2pm at St. Stephen Protomartyr Catholic Church.The goal of the Guns for Funds buyback program is to get more firearms off the streets. It is 100% anonymous and allows for individuals to safely dispose of their guns and receive gift cards of up to $100 for each handgun surrendered... Read More

Grant Miller attends The Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce for the Reconnect Luncheon at Morton's

Grant Miller attends The Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce for the Reconnect Luncheon at Morton's
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Record Number of Scientific Papers Published About Cannabis in 2022
Researchers worldwide published a record 4,300+ scientific papers on the subject of cannabis, according to the results of a keyword search of the National Library of Medicine/ website. This exceeds the total number of papers published during all of last year, when scientists published over 4,200 papers. At the time, that total was the highest number of cannabis-specific papers ever published in a single year. Since 2010, scientists have published over 30,000 peer-reviewed papers specific to cannabis, with the annual number of total papers increasing every year. By comparison, researchers published fewer than 3,000 total papers about marijuana in the years between 1990 and 1999 and fewer than 2,000 total studies during the 1980s... Read More


Everybody’s health tells a story.

What’s yours?

At the moment, health care is often one-size-fits-all. But imagine a future where your health care is tailored to you. All of Us wants to make that future possible. How? By creating a resource that allows researchers to conduct thousands of studies on health and disease... Read More

$64M in new federal funding propels defense, environment and health research at FIU
FIU’s commitment to research with real world impact has gotten a boost — a big one. The Florida Congressional delegation has helped secure $24 million in research earmarks for the university. In addition, members of Congress were also successful at securing increases of over $40 million at the university’s request for critical research agencies that support FIU research initiatives. Of the $64 million, approximately $40 million are associated with the Department of Defense, a critical agency and research area for the university’s College of Engineering and Computing... Read More

"Live with Brittnie" welcomes Gordon Stula, Owner of NeuroReformer

Brittnie Bassant from Chamber SOUTH talks with the owner of NeuroReformer, Gordon Stula, who spent 30 years working in Russia before coming back to the United States. He's got a great story and you'll be happy to see how he's giving back to the community.
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The Move to Roll Back the People’s Transportation Plan is a Slap in the Face to The People
Benjamin Franklin is widely credited with saying that the only things that are inevitable in life are “death and taxes.” Franklin left out the part that politicians will inevitably muck about with taxes, as well. It’s happening here in Miami-Dade as you read this. Prior to 2002, Miami-Dade County was in a crisis over funding for transportation. The federal and state governments had kicked in billions for the construction of Metrorail and the downtown Metromover, but the annual cost of running them had to be borne by the County. And, add the time, the County had a bus fleet that was aging and fuel inefficient... Read More

At Your Service: Episode 57
To go to trial or not to go to trial... That is the question!

AYS # 57: To go to trial or not to go to trial... That is the question!"
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Miami Jewish Film Festival 2023
Antisemitism has always been front and center for Jewish people, but rarely has it felt so present as it has recently. As Jason Zinoman brilliantly wrote in the New York Times, “Antisemitism has such a long, violent history that it seems absurd to claim it is getting worse. Compared with when?” Between Elon Musk, Ye, Kyrie Irving and daily social media, Jewish people may not control show business, but they cannot escape it either... Read More

Gloria's Gab welcomes Jaime Suchlicki, Director of Cuban Studies Institute

Jaime Suchlicki, Director of Cuban Studies Institute, talks to Gloria Burns, Host of Gloria's Gab about things going on in Cuba now!
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A-Rod helps brighten holidays

for youngsters in Miami-Dade
Entrepreneur, philanthropist and MLB All Star Alex Rodriguez (A-Rod) and A-Rod Corp. once again made the holidays brighter for Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade youth members. On Dec. 14 A-Rod presented age-appropriate gifts, provided by A-Rod Corp., to youth members, ages 5 to 17, of Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade’s Hank Kline Club. During the event, area youth and their families enjoyed holiday activities including a petting zoo provided by Tinez Farms, face painting, bounce houses, visits with Santa... Read More

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Inspire Health is here

Click here to read the Nov/December issue of South Florida's #1 health and wellness magazine.
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2022 Nissan Z amazes and delivers a great ride

It has a high performing twin-turbocharged 3.0-litre V6 engine with rear-wheel drive that is both familiar and engaging. The fastback design is something that I have always liked and more car companies are incorporating into their vehicles, but few do it as well as the Nissan brand. The amazing thing about the Nissan Z is its legacy, which is long and storied. Everyone remembers the 240Z that started it all. That was one of the hottest cars on the street. It was one of my favorites and I always compared it to its contemporaries. Then we got the 280ZX and later all the modern styling of the 300ZX, which created a huge... Read More
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