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Broward City Mayors Gather for Roundtable Discussion on Climate

Broward City Mayors Gather for Roundtable Discussion on Climate

The vast majority of mayors from Broward County cities had water on their minds today.  Specifically, how to manage it, store it, save it, keep it, dispose of it and plan for it in the future. These were a few of the topics discussed at the Broward Mayors’ Roundtable on Climate Change. “We’re here to […]

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Florida’s Forgotten Reefs Photography Exhibit Opens in Biscayne National Park Gallery

Florida’s Forgotten Reefs Photography Exhibit Opens in Biscayne National Park Gallery

The South Florida Underwater Photography Society’s fall exhibition of member work will be on display in Biscayne National Park’s Dante Fascell Visitor Center Gallery from September 6 – November 24, 2013. Florida’s Forgotten Reefs will highlight the coral reefs of Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Martin Counties. The show is open daily from 9:00 to […]

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Exploring Miami Children’s Museum

Exploring Miami Children’s Museum

On a recent rainy day, I took my son and his friend over to Miami Children’s Museum. We had never been and though they were a bit older than the target age range, they still managed to have a blast exploring the museum and the new dinosaur exhibit. Check out the pictures below, but learn […]

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Florida Grand Opera’s 2013-2014 Season Announced

Florida Grand Opera’s 2013-2014 Season Announced

Florida Grand Opera (FGO) announces its 73rd continuous season of grand opera featuring an innovative new vision with provocative repertoire under the direction of General Director and CEO Susan T. Danis. In addition to a wealth of exciting artists making their debuts with the company, the 2013-2014 season features: the Southeast American premiere of Marvin […]

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Tropical Storm Chantal forms, putting South Florida in the cone

Tropical Storm Chantal forms, putting South Florida in the cone

As the Fourth of July weekend winds down, South Florida finds itself in the cone after Tropical Storm Chantal forms out in the Atlantic Ocean. The current official track places Tropical Storm Chantal landing directly east of Broward County in the Bahamas where it will continue its turn north up the coast of Florida. Keep […]

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SFWMD Adopts Water Reservation to Benefit Biscayne Bay’s long term water availability

SFWMD Adopts Water Reservation to Benefit Biscayne Bay’s long term water availability

Miami, FL — To help protect Biscayne Bay’s coastal wetlands and wildlife — from American crocodiles to wading birds and manatees — the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) today adopted a water reservation for the Biscayne Bay Coastal Wetlands Project – Phase 1. This action secures the long-term availability of water to benefit the […]

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Miami Science Museum 2013 Summer Camp: Fun-Filled One-Week Sessions Bring Out the Scientist in Kids Aged 4-14

What/Who: The Miami Science Museum is gearing up for its 47th Annual Summer Camp! During the eight one-week camp sessions, kids aged 4-14 will enjoy engaging, unique, fun-filled experiences including ecology, robotics, engineering, technology, field trips and more. While camp activities will be specific to the session chosen each week, each class will feature science […]

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Dinosaurs are invading Miami Children’s Museum

Dinosaurs are invading Miami Children’s Museum

Hordes of Jurassic reptiles will be roaming around the Miami Children’s Museum (MCM) as Dino Island returns.  From June 8th, 2013 through January 5th, 2014, the dinosaurs will make their home at the Museum, 980 MacArthur Causeway on Watson Island in Miami.  MCM and Kokoro, the originators and innovators of the life like museum-quality robotic […]

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State Road (SR) A1A/Collins Avenue construction project begins in South Beach

Miami – The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is scheduled to begin a roadway construction project the week of June 3, 2013. The project limits extend along SR A1A/Collins Avenue from 5 Street to Lincoln Road in the City of Miami Beach. This project will cost an estimated $6.3 million. The work is scheduled through […]

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Time travel at Miami Children’s Museum Summer Camp

Now your children can spend the summer traveling through time to new and exciting adventures.  Miami Children’s Museum presents another summer of fun with their Time Travel Summer Camp at the Museum located conveniently between Downtown Miami and Miami Beach for 11 weeks from June 10 – August 23, 2013.   Campers from Pre-K (3  years) […]

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