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In 1988, with only three months to relocate from Fort Monmouth, N.J., to Aberdeen, Stephen Hoffman and his wife, Sharon, set out to find a house in Maryland. The couple started their search with a historic house in Harford County that had been recorded...
Tags: Metal and Mineral, Aberdeen, Maryland, Building Material, Homes
Special to the SunSiesta Key is for snobs. Sand snobs, that is. The sand of Siesta Beach is soft and smooth, like velvet beneath your toes, silk between your fingers. It stretches out in an expanse of white lapped by turquoise water, and even on warm days the sand is...
Sun ReporterWebb's rhythms got crowds moving and shaking Baltimore drummer became jazz legend -------------------- When Chick Webb - the nationally famous swing-era jazz drummer whose "Stompin' at the Savoy" was defined by long and furious riffs that drove crowds...
Staff WriterMany stages go dark during the spring and summer, but others light up with theater festivals. Here are four happenings in South Florida over the next few weeks. "From the Mouths of Babes" May 25-26; 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday; 7 p.m. Sunday...
Tags: Lake Worth, Arts, G-Star, The Women (movie, 2008), Delray Beach
The Miami HeraldMIAMI When it comes to quinceaneras, the words "gran sacrificio" come to Miriam Rodriguez's mind. For four generations, her family has gone through great lengths to celebrate the transition from girl to womanhood. Rodriguez's mother, Balbina Espino, 93,...
In 2004, teenager Michael Hernandez murdered his 14-year-old best friend, Jamie Gough, in a bathroom at Southwood Middle School in Coconut Grove. Gough’s parents, George and Maria, spent the next three years attempting to forgive Hernandez, a path...
Tags: Coral Gables, Punishment, Murder, U.S. Supreme Court
Actor Christian Slater has purchased a home in Coconut Grove, Fla., for $2.2 million. Called Villa Dolce Far Niente and built in 1928, the estate centers on a Spanish-style home with four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and 2,971 square feet of living space....
Tags: Celebrities, Ali Landry, Coral Gables, Rentals
Staff writerOpenTable, the web-based restaurant reservation provider, has released its 2013 Diners' Choice Award winners for the Top 100 Outdoor Dining Restaurants in the United States. The awards reflect the opinions of more than 5 million OpenTable users....
The Miami HeraldFor nearly a decade, The First 48, A&E’s wildly popular reality show, has chronicled homicide detectives investigating scores of Miami murders — from Coconut Grove to Little Havana to Little Haiti. Now, amid concerns that the cable...
For the second straight year, a group of dedicated South Floridians will harness the region’s greatest natural resource for a cause dear to the hearts of most of us. By which I mean pinups promoting dog adoption. From 7 to 10 p.m. Friday at...
Ask Joe Johnson about the Beatles, and you’ll unleash a torrent of memories, song titles, gossip, side projects and production trivia that quickly meld into a psychedelic “goo goo goo joob.” He just may know too much about the Beatles....
Miami HeraldDanish architect Bjarke Ingels has been described as a wunderkind and pop star of the architectural world. What he really is is exceptionally busy. At just 38, Ingels has already achieved a stature and portfolio befitting the name of his firm: BIG,...
Tags: Miami Beach, Google Inc., LEGO Group, Rem Koolhaas, Scott Cohen
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