Saturday Aug 30
The Miami Herald
Miami's Cannonball arts center goes R.A.D.
Miami Killian's Sheldrick Redwine, top, fights for a ball in the end zone with Miami Carol City's Rashad Fenton during their game at Tropical Park on Saturday night.
Historian Recounts British Burning Down White House 200 Years Ago
Robert Watson, a presidential historian and professor of American studies at Lynn University in Florida, joined "MidPoint" host Ed Berliner on Newsmax TV Friday to recount the amazing saga of the British Army sacking Washington, D.C., on Aug. 24, 1814, and burning down the White House.
The tablets, which deliver the university's nationally praised core curriculum and enhance the student learning experience, also save the students hundreds of dollars.
The education, expertise and experience is awesome at Gallo Di Nero
Executive Chef Darren Pusateri is a veteran of the restaurant and hospitality industry, and started work at age 13 as a dishwasher in his family's south Florida restaurant.
The Journal News
An Open Door
There's an old Zen proverb that goes something like this: "The obstacle is the path."