All 8 Ivy League schools accept South Florida teen

Harvard University – Ivy League in Cambridge, MA – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Jorge Salcedo In an astonishing feat of academic excellence, a South Florida teen has been offered admission into all eight Ivy League schools in the nation, plus seven other universities. Last fall, Ashley Adirika of Florida applied to every Ivy League

The state of Florida has just received its first Michelin-starred restaurants

Fine Dining; Michelin Guide – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by BorisK9 The Michelin Guide is a fantastic way to quickly find your way into the top restaurants in any given city. However, the challenge for avid traveling foodies is that the guide isn’t everywhere–yet. Stunning food-filled cities such as Cape Town in South Africa, and

The Windsor Assembly Plant will be the home base for STLA L-Series production, according to Stellantis

Stellantis Sign; Stellantis Announces Windsor Assembly Plant – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Sean Pavone During the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Chrysler debuted the Chrysler Airflow Concept, a future model that will utilize three major platforms–STLA AutoDrive, STLA Brain, and STLA SmartCockpit. The STLA Cockpit, which Amazon powers, can be compared to an Amazon

In South Florida, about 300 flights have been delayed or canceled

Hundreds of flights canceled due to stormy weather – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by FTiare Air traffic delays and cancellations persisted across the state of Florida on Saturday afternoon, including at all three of South Florida’s main airports. The rainy weather moving throughout South Florida has put a halt on vacation plans for hundreds of

Tropical storm system moves toward Bahamas, leaves South Florida underwater

Tropical Storm Causes Flooding on Streets – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Alexandru Chiriac Strong winds, heavy rains, and flooding hit South Florida on Saturday with up to 11 inches of rain falling in some areas since Friday, leaving several cars stalled on Fort Lauderdale and Miami streets. The city of Miami issued a warning

Hurricane Agatha forms off Mexico’s southern Pacific coast: What does this mean for South Florida?

Hurricane Aerial View – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by elRoce The hurricane season’s first storm formed right off Mexico’s southern Pacific coast Sunday and quickly gained power ahead of an expected strike along a long stretch of fishing towns and tourist beaches. Local 10’s Meteorologist Luke Dorris said he is keeping a close eye and

Miami Heat win Game 6 as Jimmy Butler delivers phenomenal performance

Miami Heat Take On Boston at TD Garden – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Keith J Finks Before the start of Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals, Miami Heat veterans Markieff Morris and P.J. Tucker told teammate Jimmy Butler, “Yo, we need 50. We need 50 tonight.” Butler stayed quiet and only nodded before

Mitsubishi gives back to employees with innovative work-from-home policy

Mitsubishi Motors Logo – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by ilikeyellow Everyone who is currently working from home, this is for you! When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in 2020, it changed the world in a multitude of ways. Many industries and companies were affected, with some closing down completely. Although the aftereffects of the virus are

Miami Grand Prix: Formula 1 festivities were all over South Florida on race day

Miami Grand Prix – Max Verstappen Wins — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Motorsports Photographer There couldn’t be a Miami Grand Prix without an F1 race celebration on the beach. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen won the Miami Grand Prix at the Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday, after getting ahead of the Ferrari of Formula 1 World Championship