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Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park is strictly for day trippers who want to swim, sunbathe, bicycle, kayak, picnic or view the wildlife. There are no hotels, and only organized youth groups can camp in the park....
Food EditorFish amok is a traditional Khmer or Cambodian dish. It's not only attractive but tastes and smells tempting. It's fish mixed with a coconut curry sauce and steamed in a boat made origami fashion from a banana leaf. The sauce firms up to form a rich,...
Staff reporterA young girl gets stuck in a Florida pool, and after a dramatic rescue is now recovering at a hospital. Fire rescue crews rushed to save the girl from a pool at a condo in Key Biscayne. They say her arm got stuck in the pool's skimmer. Crews worked...
Tags: Health, Hospitals and Clinics, Florida
Detroit Free PressIn Florida, we caught up with Dr. Beach, better known in real life as Stephen Leatherman, director of the Laboratory of Coastal Research at Florida International University in Miami. He has been ranking America's ocean beaches since 1991, taking into...
South Florida Sun-SentinelSeveral years ago, readers of this website voted on their favorite animal attractions. Here's what made the list. You can add your own views in the poll at left or by adding comments to each location's profile. 1. Miami Seaquarium, 4400 Rickenbacker...
South Florida Sun-SentinelHurricane Wilma clobbered South Florida on Monday, October 24, 2005, with surprising strength, leaving the entire region damaged, dark and startled by the ferocity of a storm that many hadn't taken seriously enough. The storm killed 25 people. It cut...
South Florida Sun-SentinelIn a setting more befitting a World Cup soccer final, the raucous gallery cheered blossoming Argentine Juan Martin Del Potro to a stunning 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (3) quarterfinal victory over world's No. 1 Rafael Nadal at the Sony Ericsson Open on Thursday...
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South Florida Sun-SentinelKey Biscayne is a five-mile-long barrier island just off the coast of downtown Miami. Connected to the mainland by a causeway, it is a mostly natural island with an upscale town of about 11,500 people in the middle. Miamians looking for water come for the...
South Florida Sun-SentinelCoconut Creek voters have gone to the polls often in recent years to elect a commissioner for District E. When they vote on May 6, they will have a competent batch of political newcomers to choose from. Four candidates are running for the seat to fill...
Travel EditorMatlacha was a surprise. But then most things here on the southwest coast were a surprise. I had driven I-75 between Fort Myers and Sarasota numerous times, and always wondered what lay to the west, along the water. Now I was finding out. Matlacha...
Lonely PlanetWhenever I find myself in a place such as Miami, with palm trees, white-sand beaches, sun-glinting water, blue sky and puffy clouds, I look for a certain kind of establishment that I have come to think of — in my own way — as a classique...
Tags: Tourism and Leisure, Education, State Parks, Florida, Family
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