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  • What if Netflix were a broadcast network? Check out their fall 2017 schedule

    Netflix has successfully changed the way a lot of people watch television with its streaming service and all-at-once release model. What it hasn’t changed, however, is the kind of programming it thinks people want to watch. Delivery system aside, Netflix is at heart a broadcaster: The company’s goal is to keep growing its subscriber base with enough programming to justify the $10 or $12 monthly subscription fee. That means attempting to be all things to all people as best it […]

  • All the Big CW Cast Changes for Fall 2017

    Premiere week is just 3 weeks away and as we get closer, more of the juicy details are coming to light. Come October 9, 2017 there will be several cast changes to our CW shows. Worried about your favorite characters? Don’t be. It’s quite normal for both on-the-rise and well-established TV shows to go through major adjustments when it comes to casting changes. While some actors are lucky enough to score a new role or come back to reprise their […]

  • Paws & Claws: Package

    Find out how you can help Zoo Miami and Jungle Island after the damages left behind by hurricane Irma. For more information please go to: zoomiami.org and jungleisland.com

  • Oldest person in the world dies in Jamaica at age 117

    JAMAICA – Jamaican supercentenarian Violet Mosse-Brown has died at the age of 117, Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness tweeted Friday evening. Our oldest person in the world Mrs. Violet Mosse-Brown has died. She was 117 years old. Rest In Peace Mrs Mosse-Brown#worldsoldestperson pic.twitter.com/p9fYNDV9vM — Andrew Holness (@AndrewHolnessJM) September 16, 2017 At the time of her death, Mosse-Brown was world’s the oldest verified living person. Mosse-Brown became the oldest living person on April 15, 2017, with the death of Emma Morano. With […]

  • 11-year-old gets his wish, mows lawn at White House

      WASHINGTON — An 11-year-old boy who asked the White House if he could mow the property’s lawn was granted his wish Friday. Frank Giaccio told CNN’s “New Day” he even waived his usual $8 fee for President Donald Trump — even though anchor Alisyn Camerota noted that the billionaire chief executive could probably afford the fee. “I always wanted to do something big and so I was like, ‘Why don’t we just start here?’ This seems like the perfect […]

  • Mysterious fanged sea creature washes ashore during Hurricane Harvey

    TEXAS CITY, Texas – Like a mix between a shark and an earthworm ripped from someone’s nightmares, the mystery sea creature that washed ashore in Texas during Hurricane Harvey appears to have been identified. Preeti Desai, social media manager with the National Audubon Society, tweeted photos of the fanged, faceless body after finding it on a beach in Texas City, which lies along the Gulf Coast near Galveston. Desai posted the photo with the challenge, “Okay, biology twitter, what the […]

  • The 10 industries with the fastest job growth

    Since the end of the recession in 2010, the U.S. economy has added more than 16 million new jobs. The expansion of the labor market that began during the Obama administration is continuing under Trump, although overall, things could be slowing down a bit. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 156,000 in August, falling short of expectations that were closer to 200,000. For perspective, 176,000 jobs were added in August of 2016. […]

  • Millionaire opens Florida mansion to foster kids affected by Hurricane Irma

    BOCA RATON, Fla. – Talk about the ultimate sleep over. Dozens of foster kids who were spending the past few nights in a hurricane shelter are now kicking back in a 27,000 square foot mansion in Boca Raton. Millionaire Mark Bell welcomed the children to his $30 million home after receiving a call for help from SOS Children’s Village Florida. Bell, who is on the board of the foster care group, decided to throw the ultimate storm party for the […]

  • Attention pasta lovers: Olive Garden’s Pasta Pass is back, this time with a trip to Italy

    NEW YORK — Olive Garden’s Pasta Pass is back, and it goes on sale today! There will be 22,000 regular passes on sale that let diners eat as much pasta as they want for eight weeks for $100. It also includes unlimited soup, salad, and breadsticks. The restaurant chain is adding an extra twist this year – for an additional $100, 50 people will be able to buy a pasta pass that also includes an eight-day trip to Italy for […]

  • YMCA Opens its doors to South Florida

    YMCA is here to help South Florida after Hurricane Irma. Locations across South Florida have opened their doors to the community for A/C, Showers, Workout, Relaxation through Sunday, September 17. The following are the OPEN YMCA: Family Centers (Thursday & Friday Hours) – L.A. Lee YMCA –8:30 AM-6 PM Greater Hollywood YMCA –8 AM-7 PM Pembroke Pines YMCA –8:30 AM-7 PM South Dade YMCA –8 AM-10 PM North Pointe YMCA –8 AM-7 PM Village of Allapattah YMCA –8 AM-6 PM […]