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Joulia Likhanskaia of Winter Park will go for the overall state singles championship — an unprecedented third for a girl from the Sentinel's coverage area — when the Class 4A tournament concludes Friday at Sanlando Park in Altamonte Springs....
Tags: Casselberry, High School Sports, Winter Park, Tampa
Bill Burr: The storm of meteor rocks that pelted Russia back in February inspired, oh, let's call it a "strange" comedy bit from the comedian. "It's really disappointing that that meteor didn't kill anybody," Burr announced to audiences at a recent comedy...
The rumors running rampant (OK, two friends from different parts of Broward County) that Rock The Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival is sold out are not true. In fact, organizers are expecting “heavy walk-up” at the festival on Saturday...
This week, I interviewed author Amy Stewart, who tells stories about humans' interactions with and usage of plants for purposes such as murder or inebriation. Although she's neither a botanist nor a mixologist, Stewart knows enough about plants to write a...
Amy Stewart's recipe for a classic margarita includes three parts agave tequilana, one part citrus aurantifolia and one part beta vulgaris mixed with citrus aurantium. That's how the author labels tequila, lime juice and the flavors in orange liqueurs...
When Ponce de Leon and his band of Spanish conquerers set sail on a journey that would bring them to the New World, the music that would have been among the most downloaded tracks of the day came from composers such as Francisco Peņalosa and Juan del...
Tags: Fort Lauderdale, Spain, Anglicanism, Miami Beach, Christianity
What's happening in food and dining around South Florida. Butcher & the Burger, Dandelion Grill Town Center at Boca Raton mall, 6000 Glades Road, Boca Raton, 561-416-5554 for both; ButcherAndTheBurger.com, DandelionGrill.com Butcher & the Burger and...
Tags: Key West, Shrimp, Prices, Fort Lauderdale, Restaurants
When Tim O’Brien’s collection of Vietnam War stories, “The Things They Carried,” was published in 1990, a New York Times reviewer placed it “high up on the list of best fiction about any war.” Which must have pleased O&...
Music Tate Stevens: The 2012 "X Factor" champ will perform Wednesday night at Renegades Country Bar and Grill in West Palm Beach (600 Village Blvd.). The family-friendly 6 p.m. show will include a bounce house, cotton candy and remote-controlled cars....
Tags: Literature, Lower East Side, Judaism, Music Industry, Music
CORAL GABLES — Using a belly putter, Al Golden went for the win. His par putt on the final hole of the Chick-fil-A Bowl Challenge gave the Miami entry a victory over a former rival Tuesday. Paired with former Hurricane and 1992 Heisman Trophy winner...
Miami HeraldIn our youth-obsessed society, looking young is more important than ever. But going under the knife is not always desirable. No worries: dermatologists and plastic surgeons now have a repertoire of treatments to keep lines, wrinkles and saggy skin at...
Staff WriterNigel Barker - that sauve photographer that used to be on Tyra Banks' "Top Model" and is now on Naomi Campbell's "The Face" - is going all "RAW" on us. That's the title of his new photography exhibition that he will be unveiling at Coral Gables' Village...
Tags: Neiman Marcus, Arts, Nordstrom, Tyra Banks, Fashion Trends
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