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  • Dolphins pledge to pay half of stadium renovation project

    Dolphins pledge to pay half of stadium renovation project
    Steve Ross unveiled an ambitious plan to make aging Sun Life Stadium as good as new and vowed on Monday to pay more than half of the cost. The Miami Dolphins owner is hoping that will be enough to persuade elected officials to put up the remainder...
  • Live music this week: Ring out the old, ring in the new

    Live music this week: Ring out the old, ring in the new
    The Bright Light Social Hour's high-energy electro-jam rock hasn't been around for long, but the Texas quartet's sound finds an audience in fans of psychedelic rock and jam bands such as Umphrey's McGee. BLSH opened for Umphrey's Friday in Atlanta, but...
  • Ringling Brothers Dragons Official Rules

    OFFICIAL RULES Sun Sentinel.com Ringling Brothers Dragons ticket giveaway  NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. The SunSentinel.com Ringling Brothers Dragons Ticket Giveaway (“...
  • Will Smith, son Jaden photobombed by sideline reporter

    Will Smith, son Jaden photobombed by sideline reporter
    Will Smith and his son Jaden have been immortalized in an epic photo-bomb. As the father and son, stars of the upcoming thriller "After Earth," sat courtside for Game 5 of the NBA Eastern Conference Playoffs on Wednesday in Miami, a sportscaster in a...
  • Bird-flipping fan nowhere to be found at Heat-Bulls game

    Bird-flipping fan nowhere to be found at Heat-Bulls game
    Miami The closest thing to a bird at AmericanAirlines Arena on Wednesday was Miami Heat player Chris Andersen, nicknamed  “Birdman.” As for the Heat fan who gained notoriety for flipping the bird to a Chicago Bulls player, she was nowhere to...
  • 6 reasons to mock--or pity--Heat fans

    6 reasons to mock--or pity--Heat fans
    As a basketball team, the Miami Heat are a sight to behold. They pass. They dunk. They defend. And they have the best player in the world. What's not to like? Everything else about the franchise, though, can get under your skin. And women who flip off...
  • Live music this week: Bands you can take home to mother

    Live music this week: Bands you can take home to mother
    Although live music this week starts off with the late-2000s pop-punk act Alkaline Trio, the sounds will mellow in time for Mother's Day. Alkaline Trio will play Fort Lauderdale's Revolution Live at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday ($28.99, Ticketmaster.com)....
  • Buy-one, get-one scratch-off giveaway at Heat game

    Buy-one, get-one scratch-off giveaway at Heat game
      If watching the Miami Heat play in Game One of the Eastern Conference semifinals isn't enough, there's this from the Florida Lottery: Fans will receive a buy-one, get-one coupon for scratch-off tickets Monday -- and possibly a lot more.  During the...
  • Powerball, Heat in partnership

    Powerball, Heat in partnership
     So the Heat really is a lottery team…  The Florida Lottery and the Miami Heat announced a partnership Monday that gives Powerball players a chance to fly to a Heat playoff game, win season tickets for next year or rake in other stuff.   From...
  • Taylor Swift: Her voice is changing

    Taylor Swift: Her voice is changing
    She wore a little black and a little white, but you could argue that Wednesday night Taylor Swift was Red all over. The 23-year-old singer recently released her fourth album and it's called "Red," so titled because Swift says she sometimes thinks in...
  • A Swift kick in the concert scene

    A Swift kick in the concert scene
    The blues will cease in Boca Raton Sunday night, at least temporarily, as today marks the end of the Funky Biscuit's Biscuit Fest. Closing-night performances include local singer-guitarist Albert Castiglia and newly formed trio Southern Hospitality, which...
  • Live music this week: Tune out, tune in

    Live music this week: Tune out, tune in
    Escape spring break, Ultra Music Festival and all its surrounding folly by attending a concert by the Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida and Symphony of the Americas. The groups will collaborate for shows at the Broward Center 8:15 p.m. Tuesday and 2 p.m....