Culture

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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Social Justice Films

As we wrestle with the question of what social justice truly means, here is a list of films with stories and themes that exemplify the subject. The topics of these films range from slavery to murder, and even genocide, and some contain genuinely disturbing material. Consider carefully, and even prayerfully which films you will watch, […]

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The Truth Behind GMOs

Most are not bothered by the concept of a nutritionally deprived world because it does not generally hit home. It is not something often discussed openly over dinner, and the majority of our country’s inhabitants are completely oblivious to the truth. The reason for this is not lack of concern; it is merely a lack […]

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International Champions Cup

Starting on July 27, eight of the world’s most storied and victorious soccer clubs will battle it out in a single-elimination tournament held mostly throughout different American venues, culminating in the championship match on Wednesday, August 7 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens. Some of the big name ball clubs at the tourney are […]

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Summer Reading Guide

Summer time is here. No more waking up at 6 a.m. to make the kids lunches or driving back to school at 2:30 p.m. to pick them up. It is time to sit back, relax and crack open a good book. Do not know where to start? We have you covered! 1. Grace: More Than […]

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