Dirty Doings: Biscayne Bay has a plan to trap trash that is polluting South Florida’s waterways

Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Rich Carey Miami’s waterways are in critical danger due to exorbitant amounts of garbage and waste that have migrated from South Florida’s streets to its precious and protected waters. Recently, Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood was recognized as a national treasure by the National Trust for Historic Prevention. But sadly, the

Florida’s news sales tax holiday comes with big savings— ‘Freedom Week’

Courtesy: Image by kalhh from Pixabay There is one tax-free week a year that most Floridians are likely aware of that leads into the beginning of the calendar school year known as a back-to-school tax-free week. There is also a lesser-known disaster-prep tax-free week for hurricane season supplies. And now, Florida is welcoming a third

2021 Fort Lauderdale Air Show— Viewers Guide in the Sky

Blue Angels – Courtesy: Fort Lauderdale Air Show website This weekend the Fort Lauderdale Air Show is making its long-awaited return to Broward County’s most popular tourist beach destination along Las Olas Boulevard.  After being sidelined due to the pandemic in spring 2020, the Fort Lauderdale beachside spectacle will return to Hugh Taylor Birch State

Hot Florida Summer: Tripadvisor report reveals three Florida cities claimed top 5 spots on most popular vacation destinations in the world

Courtesy: Image by Michael Draeger from Pixabay It’s going to be a hot Florida summer this year for travelers looking to visit sandy beaches, and we mean that in both weather and popularity. Florida is notorious for its beaches, theme parks, and tropical getaways. For anyone who lives outside of the state, these attributes and

Plans for New Ram EV Pickup released alongside Best March Sales Ever

Photo Credit: Ram Ram has done it again. It seems like the accolades don’t stop coming in for America’s most awarded pickup brand in 2021. Headlined by its half-ton truck lineup, Ram has managed to rack up its most successful first-quarter retail sales figures and month of March ever. Sales rose by 28 percent in

Is Florida the next Coffee King? UF Scientists believe climate change could soon allow farmers to grow coffee beans

Coffee Berries – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Aedka Studio Florida has been known as a major player in the citrus farming sector for decades, namely because of its production of orange juice and citrus products. In fact, in most seasons, Florida produces more than 90 percent of the country’s supply of orange juice and

General Motors has an Electric Silverado set in its sights

Photo Source/Copyright: Chevrolet Media Yet another major vehicle is slated to join the electric vehicle fray, as the race to gain a significant share of the EV market pie roars on. This time, it’s one of America’s most popular pickup trucks—the Chevy Silverado. General Motors (GM) recently announced a move that will shake up the

Gov. DeSantis suspends all local COVID-19 emergency orders across Florida – Effective July 1

Governor-elect Ron DeSantis speaking with attendees at the 2018 Student Action Summit hosted by Turning Point USA at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach, Florida, USA. Photo and Caption: Gage Skidmore | Flickr Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has yet again exercised his executive powers by putting an end to all local

SpaceX successfully welcomes 4 astronauts from space off Florida’s coast

Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Evgeniyqw Time flies when you’re having fun… or when you’re in space. Four astronauts made a safe return to Earth, securely strapped into the SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule early Sunday morning, marking an end to a half-year mission to the International Space Station (ISS).  The astronauts, Mike Hopkins, Soichi Noguchi,

Florida to remain in COVID-19 state of emergency for another 60 days on DeSantis’ order

Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Kzenon Over 365 days have passed since the coronavirus pandemic gripped the entire nation back in March 2020. And while many people who live outside of Florida refuse to believe the state was under a state of emergency at any point in time during this span, they would be shocked