For years, animal-rights activists have been trying to win freedom for the captive orca known to Miami Seaquarium audiences as “Lolita.” A recent announcement by federal officials could be the first step.
01/28/14 - Tuesday's Topical Currents looks at the history and viability of solar energy. Portugal leads the way in European solar energy, with 70% of its electricity generated from the sun. Some 20% of California’s electrical grid is solar powered.
In Sunset Harbor Antonio Maldonado and Jessica Londono-Sammet are aboard one of the vessels their company, The Advantaged Yacht Charters and Sales, rents out. The business recently began accepting Bitcoin.
Bitcoin may not sound revolutionary but to its supporters and users the digital global currency could be the future of payment. To regulators, it's a curiosity they're viewing with concern. And for a growing number of individuals and companies in South Florida, it's an opportunity to experiment.
You can find some of the best war documentaries on television every Tuesday night on WLRN Channel 17, starting at 8:00 p.m.
On January 28, learn how a British prince and grandson of Queen Victoria became embroiled in the Nazi war machine; understand how generals have struggled through to history to raise armies and more importantly how to pay for them; and then discover the covert way U.S. media shapes the negative public opinions most Americans hold on Arabs and Islam:
After almost two decades a famed South Florida live music venue is no more.
Located on the corner of Jefferson Avenue and Lincoln Road on Miami Beach, in the historic Van Dyke building built in 1924, Van Dyke Cafe had its last call on Sunday, Jan. 26. Patrons were invited for a special celebration and toast at 5 p.m. to commemorate the closing. The venue was well known for hosting live jazz and became a staple of the beach's people-watching haven, Lincoln Road Mall.
A program aimed at shrinking billions of dollars in liability from Florida’s state-run insurance company launches Monday, Jan. 27.
Citizens Property Insurance is widely known as Florida’s insurance company of last resort. In actuality, it's become a major player in the insurance marketplace. State lawmakers felt that Citizens’ $500 billion of risk was too much for Floridians to shoulder. So they've been trying to shift policyholders from Citizens into the private market.