(BPT) - What makes a family? Ask people across the country and one answer stands out: Love. This single word is what it means to be a mother. From care and compassion to encouragement and support, every family grows stronger through the endless love a mother provides.
(NewsUSA) -Spring is a time for reflection and renewal, and Lifetime Television's April movies tap into feelings of faith with a trio of new releases that include one inspirational biography and two cautionary tales.
(NewsUSA) - With the cold weather retreating and some lifting of COVID restrictions across the nation, more seniors are feeling hopeful about getting back to their normal routines of life, including exercise. If you're one of those individuals wanting to get on the fast track to peak fitness…
(NewsUSA) - March is finally here, and this year, so is March Madness. To celebrate the return of the NCAA basketball tournament, Buffalo Wild Wings (BWW), the Official Chicken Wing of March Madness, is offering a series of promotions to fuel the excitement.
(StatePoint) Preparing for unpredictable winter weather? Take stock of your home, vehicle and planning tools to ensure your family stays safe and warm all winter long.
(StatePoint) When it comes to saving money, it helps to cut out smaller expenses that add up over time – like frequent lunch dates, unused gym memberships or online subscriptions. But if you really want to make a dent in your budget, you need think bigger.
June marks the start of hurricane season and a time for Floridians to stock up on qualifying disaster preparedness supplies exempt from sales tax.
“The Key Biscayne Ladies Golf Association held its annual Awards Luncheon on Mar 26th at The Links Restaurant. This year’s winners were: President’s Cup, Judy Chamberlain; Grandmother’s Trophy, Rita Craft; Championship Julian Cup, Judy Chamberlain; and Sportsmanship Award, Bonnie Backes.
The happy holiday of Purim was celebrated recently at Chabad of Key Biscayne to honor the salvation of the Jewish people of ancient Persia as recorded in the Book of Esther. All was (mostly) quiet as the story was read aloud to the gathering and then the barbeque festivities began. The peace…
The next Key Biscayne Community Center Lunch with an Author series will be April 18 at Noon featuring Katrin Schumann, author of the national best-selling novel The Forgotten Hours.
After nearly two and a half hours of intense arguments heavy on case law references regarding the emergency hearing on the pending law suit against the Ultra Electronic Music Festival’s contract with the city of Miami license versus lease agreement status filed by the plaintiff Brickell Home…
Over 40 Key Biscayners came together recently to enjoy stirring original performances from six teenage poets, musicians, and singers, in a night of poetry and politics hosted by Christina Bracken to demonstrate what non-partisan civic engagement looks like to youth.
Key Biscayne’s newest sweet tooth headquarters, Stefano Versace Gelato is managed by a familiar face, Paola Fusi, island resident for eight years. Those who know Paola know what to expect when they visit her store; familiar treatment and excellent service, always with a smile.
Key Biscayne will have one degree of separation with Oscar at the Dolby Theater’s 91st Annual Academy Awards Ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday night.
The sun played hide and seek on a recent late Thursday morning at Bill Baggs but there was a steady enough breeze to alight the flight of a simple kite made of recycled former pages from the Islander News.
Slick city promotional videos make Miami out to be a magical panacea of paradise found whether for a tourist visiting or new resident moving in. But the reality is acclimating to daily life in any major metropolis far from home can come with uncomfortable learning curves just to get one’s ba…