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HOSPITAL: NO REPRIMAND FOR MIAMI SURGEON FACING CRIMINAL CHARGES
 
Dr. Colin Knight, a pediatric surgeon at Miami’s Nicklaus Children’s Hospital charged with unlawful access of his ex-girlfriend’s security system can continue to work at the hospital during legal proceedings and is not facing immediate disciplinary action. Knight was arrested in December of 2017 and subsequently charged in February of 2018 with twenty counts of unlawfully accessing a computer device, twenty counts of the unlawful use of a two way communication device, and one count of video voyeurism-acts that were allegedly done from both his personal computer and the hospital network, according to the Miami Herald and Miami-Dade court records. “The private practice physician has clinical privileges at the hospital,” hospital spokesperson Jennifer Caminas said in a statement... Read More »
 
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GLOBAL VIDEO GAME PHENOMENON ‘FORTNITE’ RECEIVES ‘F’ FOR CREATING STUDENT ZOMBIES
 

(A number of people who spoke to me for this article requested anonymity, either as a matter of privacy or because they were not an authorized school spokesperson.) In the spirit of transparency (kind of) I know two boys who along with their friends are clearly hypnotized while thinking about and playing Fortnite. It’s hard to tell when... Read More »

 
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INSPIRE HEALTH: LOOK YOUR BEST, FEEL YOUR BEST
 
Our magazine focuses on wellness, fitness and natural living. Readership has increased rapidly as more people look for healthy lifestyle tips that balance the mind, body and spirit.

Inspire Health is published six times a year, with copies distributed to doctors' offices in hospital complexes and other relevant healthcare and wellness businesses throughout Miami-Dade County.

Like all Community Newspapers' offerings, Inspire Health is available in print and online in its entirety.

To view the March-April issue, please click here »
 
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US STORAGE CENTERS OPENS NEWEST FACILITY SERVING SOUTH DADE COMMUNITIES
 
US Storage Centers recently celebrated the grand opening of is newest self-storage facility – conveniently serving the South-Dade communities of Pinecrest, Palmetto Bay, and Kendall, from its location flanking the US-1/Busway at 13301 SW 87th Avenue. Joining corporate management and staff at the 166,000 sq-ft- storage facility was a cast of local dignitaries that included County... Read More »
 
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ROCK AND CANDY - UNO DE 50 TRUNK SHOW
 
We are happy to invite you to our super TRUNK SHOW๐Ÿ’ƒ๐ŸŽŠ

From May 10 to 12 in our store, we will have many surprises, gifts and discounts ready for you! ๐ŸŽˆ๐ŸŽ

There will be special guests, including Irma Martinez & her incredible fashion clothing pieces... do not miss out, as Marchiani Makeup will be in attendance as well!

And happy hour of wines and tapas! Spend your weekend in the best style - Rock and Candy๐Ÿท๐ŸธClick here to find out more!
 
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MANAGING THE PRICE OF FRESH PRODUCE, WITH AVAILABLE LOW-COST LABOR
 

As you may know, I have a great interest in agriculture. It’s an awesome business – because without fresh food, we’d be living a pretty miserable existence. You may also know, when I am passionate about something, be it here at home in Pinecrest or on a national level such as with immigrant labor, I weigh sides, take a firm stand, and fight for what I believe is fair and right. Lately, there has been a lot of discussion concerning immigrants in the U.S. I’m here to tell you that without immigrant labor, farming in our country would be in trouble. The amount of labor involved in harvesting our crops is intense and the work itself is very difficult and backbreaking. We rely on the hard work and efforts of individuals from several countries (primarily Mexico, Central and South America) to assist us in feeding... Read More »

 
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POSITIVE PEOPLE IN PINECREST – DANIEL KEMMERER
 
Westminster Christian School senior Daniel Kemmerer has been accepted at Baylor, TCU, Franklin and Marshall, and Sewanee, the University of the South in Tennessee. Although he’s still mulling over his options, at this time he’s leaning toward majoring in business. “TCU and Baylor, both have great business programs,” he says. He’s visited all the schools once and planned to visit the University of the South once again in April. “I want to make sure it’s a place where I want to live,” he says. “I’m extremely excited for college. Whatever ends up being the choice will be the right choice.”  Until a couple of weeks ago he’d been busy playing lacrosse. The team had a good season, but lost in the district playoffs to Coral Shore.“From where we were at the... Read More »
 
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FUN AND FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT IS THE FOCUS FOR MAY
 

Everyone’s favorite ogre is back in this hilarious stage spectacle. Beauty is in the eye of the ogre in Shrek The Musical, based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks Animation film and outrageous Broadway musical. It’s a “big bright beautiful world” as Shrek leads a cast of fairytale misfits on an adventure to rescue a princess... Read More »

 
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