Learning a new language is an everyday commitment – but that doesn’t mean the students and teachers can’t take a breath and celebrate their accomplishments along the way.
Key Languages, which has taught hundreds of Key Biscayne residents and other [...]
When Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart’s Les Choistes found out two years ago they had been invited to perform during Easter Sunday Mass in St. Peter’s Square in Rome, little did they [...]
American Gymsters, Art Summer Cam,CenterTone Rock, Cherry Blossom Learning Center, Cliff Drysdale Tennis,Crandon Golf Academy and more[...]
In 1995, a year after Jane Torres was diagnosed with breast cancer, she founded the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation.
At the time, the Foundation consisted of five women on a mission to end breast cancer through advocacy, education and research. Since then, the Foundation has become a powerful statewide organization [...]
In a town where businesses open and close before the exterior paint is dry, the 63rd anniversary of Riviera School could be looked at as a phenomenon of sorts. But it’s the hard work, dedication and drive that make the institution a hallmark [...]
The decade between 1950 and 1960 marked a significant change in Key Biscayne, says historian and author Dr. Paul George, from coconut plantations to a thriving community. That decade and beyond will be the subject of George’s lecture when he speaks at 7 p.m, [...]