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Brown Bag It!: Healthy DIY Lunch Ideas

Time is of the essence when you are busy taking care of a million and one things. We often let our health fall to the wayside as we scramble to get things done by eating junk food or skipping meals altogether. Here are some healthy and quick ideas to avoid the stomach grumblings. Serve each […]

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Lacrosse: A New South Florida Favorite

Lacrosse is one of the oldest team sports in North America. There is evidence that the traditional Native Americans originated stickball as early as the 17th century in Canada, which later evolved into what we know today as lacrosse. Lacrosse traditionally had many different purposes. It was used to settle inter-tribal disputes, to toughen young […]

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Fall Films

Fall is here, and has brought a few promising films with it. Fall is a kind of transitional period; it isn’t summer blockbuster season anymore, but we haven’t reached the endless list of Oscar contenders that usually get packed in toward the end of the year either. In this season, we find a variety of […]

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Gluten Free and Delicious!

By: Kyra Bussanich More than ever, people understand that our bodies just weren’t designed to handle the amount of processed flour found in many of today’s food. Some people with vague, undiagnosed illnesses feel better after cutting out gluten, a protein in flour-based foods. Many Americans, including professional athletes and celebrities such as Zooey Deschanel […]

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One Way Love

Of the six books local pastor Tullian Tchividjian has written, including the bestselling and award winning Jesus + Nothing = Everything, he considers his most recent project “the book I was born to write.” One Way Love, which is being released through publisher David C. Cook on October 1, is Tchividjian’s self-described “gospel bomb” in […]

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Fall Fashion Guide

Ah, fall! The first crisp chill in the air, the sunset hues of falling leaves and the whiff of pumpkin-scented everything! But wait, this is Florida. And while the temperatures are cooling from sizzling 100s to balmy 80s, there is no need to reach for heavy fabrics just yet. We can still, however, look attractive […]

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The Dangerous Side Effects of Fame

A toxic mixture of heroin and alcohol tragically ended the life of 31-year-old Glee heart throb Cory Monteith on July 13, 2013. Staff members from a Vancouver hotel found his body after he missed his noon checkout. As soon as the news hit the media, heartbroken fans paid their respects by leaving flowers and messages […]

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Is There Hope for This Year’s Dolphins?!

Dolfans, it is time to celebrate! Football season is back, and on September 5, the NFL season will be in full swing as the defending-champion Ravens take on the AFC’s Super Bowl favorite Denver Broncos. As exciting as that is, this year’s Miami Dolphins bring equal buzz after their busy offseason. All the new faces […]

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Hypocrisy of the World’s Game

Many find soccer’s most beautiful quality to be its ability to spark unity. The world is united when nations put their differences aside and send their national teams to face international opponents for the ultimate prize at the Olympics or the World Cup. Unity is fostered when ball clubs all over the world stack their […]

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The Toughest Footrace on Earth

The Badwater ultra-marathon has been recognized as the toughest footrace on the planet according to National Geographic magazine. From the starting line in the bowels of Death Valley, athletes traverse 135 miles with temperatures at 130 degrees plus on scorching 200 degree pavement with several elevation changes from sea level to the finish line high […]

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