Trend Results : Miami Beach

Related Searches

Blog Results (1)

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 4661)


Heat sign Josh Richardson to contract extension

The Miami Heat have signed guard Josh Richardson to a multi-year contract extension. According to the Palm Beach Post, “Richardson inked his four-year, $42 million contract extension today, the team announced. The deal, reported last week and confirmed by the Post, starts in 2018-19 and includes a player option for the fourth year. The extension was [...]

The Five Best Ice Cream Sandwiches in Miami

After weeks of Hurricane Irma chaos, many of us could something sweet. How does an ice cream sandwich sound? From gourmet, Middle Eastern-inspired ice cream sandwiches in South Beach to waffle, doughnut and Italian varieties in Aventura, Wynwood, and Brickell, here are the five best in Miami.

Hurricanes Make Retirees Rethink Florida

Sammy Musovic was planning to buy a condo in Miami's Coconut Grove or South Beach at the end of the year, leaving his Manhattan restaurant business to his two sons. But the devastation from Hurricane Irma, fresh on the heels of Hurricane...Show More Summary

South Beach's Epicure Market Closes Forever

Epicure Market, a Miami Beach tradition, is closing for good, thanks to Hurricane Irma. In a Tweet this morning, the South Beach grocery/prepared food specialty store announced that its days were done. The store at 1656 Alton Road opened as a butcher shop, then expanded with an on-site bakery, cheese...

Miami Heat president Pat Riley buys groceries for Hurricane Irma victims

The Palm Beach Post reported that Riley would be handing out the items he bought in the Little Haiti section of Miami.        

Miami City Ballet Says It Came Through Irma Very Well

"Lourdes Lopez, Miami City Ballet's Artistic Director, has reported that the company's Miami Beach headquarters, its dancers, students and staff are safe and have experienced Hurricane Irma with minimal damage."

Dolphins Kenyan Drake: I Can't Wait To Get Back To Miami And Help Rebuild

The Miami Dolphins can't wait to get back to South Beach to pick up the pieces from Hurricane Irma, so says RB Kenyan Drake who tells TMZ Sports the team is committed to aiding in the recovery. We got Drake at LAX on his way back down to the 305,…

WATCH: TV reporter tries to get panicky reactions on Irma among residents

last weekNews : The Raw Story

A video of a reporter interviewing two people about Hurricane Irma on Miami Beach on Sunday went viral after the calm and informative reply of the interviewee impressed many people on Twitter. The Fox News reporter was expecting some panicky reactions from the couple, but was left with a good dose...

Pubbelly Owner Slams Miami Beach Over Extended Curfew

Pubbelly's Juan F. Ayora called New Times with some good news on Monday morning. "All of our restaurants are OK, including the ones in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic," Ayora says. But Ayora isn't feeling great about his restaurants this morning. That's because neither Ayora nor his Pubbelly Group...

Irma sends cranes tumbling in flooded Miami

last weekNews : The Cutline

While southwest Florida bore the deadly brunt of Irma's wrath Sunday, the coastlines of Miami and the neighboring island of Miami Beach were heavily inundated by storm surges as hurricane winds sent two giant construction cranes crashing down. Show More Summary

Watch Video: Hurricane Irma Leaves Tampa Beaches Dry As Water Engulfs Miami

last weekNews : Newsweek: US

Hurricane Irma's change of course made way for dangerous storm surges and eery, bone-dry beaches where water will rapidly resurge.

Irma sends cranes tumbling in flooded Miami

While southwest Florida bore the deadly brunt of Irma's wrath Sunday, the coastlines of Miami and the neighboring island of Miami Beach were heavily inundated by storm surges as hurricane winds sent two giant construction cranes crashing down. Show More Summary

A Tale of Two Irmas: Rich Miami Ready for Tumult as Poor Miami Waits and Hopes

The wealthy residents of Miami Beach can afford to play golf, their homes primed to withstand the wind and rain. Just a few miles away people are crossing their fingers. This is a tale of two Irmas. First, there’s the Hurricane Irma facing...Show More Summary

Normally bustling Miami turns into a ghost town after millions flee Hurricane Irma

The signature Art Deco hotels along Ocean Drive were all shuttered, a sullen sky yielded sheets of rain, and the elegant seaside palms swayed like elastic bands in the fierce wind. Miami Beach, an iconic destination for generations of merry-makers, was a veritable ghost town Saturday in the aftermath...

Miami columnist pummels ‘irresponsible lunatic’ Rush Limbaugh for calling Irma a ‘liberal plot’

last weekNews : The Raw Story

In a scathing opinion piece for the Miami Herald, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Leonard Pitts Jr,. tore into Palm Beach resident Rush Limbaugh for calling Hurricane Irma a “liberal hoax.” “Limbaugh’s lunacy reflects right-wing orthodoxy, which favors doing nothing in response...

Florida Webcams: Watch Irma's Progress

That's Mallory Square in Key West, above. Expect cameras to suffer outages during the storm. Marathon, Florida. Miami Beach, facing northeast. Sunny Isles beach cam. Downtown Miami waterfront. Ocean Drive, South Beach. Siesta Beach. Clearwater Beach webcam. Melbourne Beach. St. Petersburg here, here, and here. Search for more towns here and here.

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC