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MIAMI BEACH POLLUTION IS CREATING A SILENT TIDE IN OUR BISCAYNE BAY
 
Rachel Carson wrote Silent Spring more than 56 years ago. In this landmark work of environmental writing, she described how the use of chemicals by farmers, including DDT, had the consequence of wiping out the population of birds. And because no species exists entirely by itself, the death of birds and a spring devoid of birdsong, meant the coming destruction of our environment. Miami Beach has brought a silent tide to Biscayne Bay... Read More »
 
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FIU STUDENT USING HER CLOTHING COMPANY TO BETTER OUR BEACHES​
 

A 21-year-old Miami native plans to use her new clothing company to help clean up beaches and spread environmental awareness. Gabrielle Moya, a management and marketing student at Florida International University, grew up developing a love for the ocean during family trips to the Keys and Bahamas.She now is combining that love and her desire to be an entrepreneur with a nautically themed apparel business she will use to sponsor... Read More »

 
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AFTER-SCHOOL ALL-STARS HOSTS THIRD ANNUAL GIRL POWER PANEL FOR AND WOMEN IN SPORTS DAY
 

(ASAS) just held its third annual Girl Power Panel on Wednesday, March 14, 2018 inside the Diamond Club Lounge at Marlins Park in celebration of National Girls and Women in Sports Day. Over 150 girls in the ASAS program at Bowman Ashe/Doolin K-8 Center, Charles R. Drew K-8 Center, Coral Way K-8 Bilingual Center, Kinloch Park Middle School, Marcus A. Milam K-8 Center and West... Read More »

 
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ATHLETES SHOULD NOT BE FORCED TO ATTEND COLLEGE
 

Academics and proper education is definitely something that people should prioritize in life, as it is the backbone of our nation’s future success. Without our youth being knowledgeable, intelligent, and educated, America would be in for a rude awakening as the younger generation grows into adulthood. But there are also a great number of career paths that don’t really require a traditional academic education. For example, actors, musicians, photographers, painters, and comedians don’t particularly... Read More »

 
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NWD PROJECTS TO PRESENT THIRD NATIONAL WATER DANCE, APR. 14
 
The third bi-annual National Water Dance is scheduled for Saturday, Apr. 14, 4 p.m., at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center, 747 Crandon Blvd., Key Biscayne. The event is open free to the community and beach wheelchairs will be available. The mission of NWD Projects Inc. is to produce and present quality artistic productions and to promote dance as a voice for... Read More »
 
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120 TAKE PART IN MIAMI EDITION OF VITAL VOICES MENTORING WALK
 

One hundred twenty women, totaling 60 mentoring couples, participated in the recent Miami edition of the Vital Voices mentoring walk. The event attracted women from diverse backgrounds such as: Teresa Costantini, Argentine filmmaker; Danie Gomez Ortigoza, Mexican blogger-journalist; Cheryl Mc.Dowell, vice president of Finance & Business Operations at Oracle Corporation... Read More »

 
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THOUSANDS TAKE PART IN MIAMI’S BIGGEST WALK FOR THE ANIMALS
 

Nearly 3,000 doggies and their humans walked and trotted around Bayfront Park on Mar. 3 during the Walk for the Animals to help homeless animals in the community. The event raised close to $100,000 to help the homeless animals of Miami. Starting at 8:30 a.m., the high-energy event brought the animal-loving community together for a morning filled with fun. In addition to walking around... Read More »

 
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