$300 Million Supersonic Private Jet Company Breaks HQ ground in Melbourne

Aerion Park Rendering – Courtesy: Aerion website. Aerion, the supersonic private aircraft company, has officially landed in Florida, breaking ground for its new global headquarters in Melbourne. Here, the company plans on producing the world’s first business class jet to break the sound barrier—faster than the speed of sound.  “We are building the future of

ID.4 Electric Vehicle Charging: Inside Look

Photo credit: Volkswagen The electric vehicle (EV) world can be quite perplexing to understand. In hindsight, who would’ve thought the world would be crawling with battery-powered vehicles in the year 2021? But now that we have breached the surface and potential that electric vehicles can have in our society let’s take an inside look at

Florida Fishermen bring in record-breaking 769-pound swordfish: “We were not expecting that size”

Courtesy: Image by ruthieprasil from Pixabay There are big fish and then there are monster fish. Three fishermen in South Florida had themselves quite the surprise when they realized they had reeled in a potential record-breaking swordfish off Lighthouse Point in Broward County, per WSVN.  “We were not expecting that size,” said angler Hunter Irvine. 

After years of battling, Florida glass-bottom boat attraction will become wheelchair accessible

People entering Silver Springs State Park on July 3, 2017, in Ocala, Florida, USA. Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Miosotis_Jade One of Florida’s coolest nature attractions will soon be wheelchair accessible, granting access to one of Florida’s largest disabled travel demographics. Once only accessible for non-disabled patrons, the Silver Springs glass-bottom boat tours are in

Super Bowl LV stage is set: Tampa Bay Buccaneers become first host city to play with home-field advantage

Quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bruce Arians celebrating after NFC Championship win on Jan. 24, 2021. Courtesy: Stacy Revere – Getty Images The stage is set for what is likely to be the most-watched television broadcast of 2021—Super Bowl LV. While this year has certainly brought its fair share of challenges and obstacles, one

Yet another Canadian Professional Sports organization may make the move to Florida—joining the Toronto Raptors

Courtesy: Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images Canadian snowbirds may have missed their opportunity to come down to South Florida for the winter and spring seasons due to the pandemic—but their professional sports teams seem to have the system figured out, eh? The Sunshine State could soon be home to yet another Toronto sports team, the

Mid-Engine Corvette Finally Gets Opportunity to Shine After 60 Years—In Depth

Photo Source/Copyright: Chevrolet Pressroom Long known as “America’s Sports Car,” the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray C8 has been an iconic and powerful vehicle for motor enthusiasts ever since its debut. Adding to the excitement that has followed the Corvette for years is Chevrolet’s decision to fit the sports ride with a mid-engine rather than the traditional

Is Florida the worst state to drive in? The results will shock you

Traffic Jam on I-95 – Courtesy: Shutterstock- Image by  cate_89 Would you be shocked if we told you Florida was not the worst state to drive in? Contrary to popular belief, Florida is not the best nor the worst state to drive in, according to a recent study conducted by WalletHub.   The study by WalletHub

Jeep Unveils 2021 Grand Cherokee L—Becomes the Largest Vehicle in the Lineup

Photo Source/Copyright: FCA Media New year, new car. Jeep has long been a fan favorite for its off-road capabilities and rugged appearance. But, they have also dabbled in the luxury conversation via its largest available SUV in the Jeep® Grand Cherokee.  The Grand Cherokee, a popular bridge between luxury/everyday/rugged, once featured the most powerful engine

Florida is staying cool—Rivaling La Niña typical seasons

Young girl sitting in front of the fireplace and holding cup of tea in hand on legs and warming. Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Emmily Who would’ve thought Florida’s record-breaking warm 2020 weather would crumble in the final month of December? Probably no one. Thanks to a few consecutive cold fronts towards the end of