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  • Screen Time: The Curse of La Llorona

    The legend of “La Llorona”, spanish for the weeping woman, has been a part of Hispanic culture for decades. And now the Mexican folktale made its way to the big screen. “I am very familiar with ‘La Llorona’ I am Venezuelan but I grew up in Mexico and ever since I was around five, that was the first time I heard about her. She doesn’t stay in Mexico, she comes with you and she’s not someone that you stop believing […]

  • Tech Tuesday: Keep Your Gadgets from Spying on You

    Apple’s Facetime flaw is a rare misstep and a permanent fix is on the way, but in the meantime, there are ways to secure your gadgets from spying on you. For starters, consider a sliding webcam cover, just stick it on your laptop, a three-pack is just six dollars on Amazon. Don’t want Siri listening? Go into your iPhone settings, Siri, then search and turn off the option for “Listen for ‘Hey Siri'”. You can limit Alexa’s ability to listen […]

  • Inside South Florida: A Fiery New Album by the Multi-Talented Megan Morrison

    The multi-talented Miami-based artist Megan Morrison, is expressing her fiery emotions.  Along with singing and dancing, Morrison performs with fire. The rock/pop singer just released her new album “Appetite for Freedom” and tells us the meaning behind it. “Appetite for Freedom comes from a place of finding yourself, finding the freedom to be that person you want to be without feeling you have to compare with anyone else around you,” said Megan Morrison. Megan says her music expresses personal experiences […]

  • Inside South Florida: Charly’s Vegan Tacos

    There’s a new restaurant in Miami that’s serving plant-based tacos. And it’s getting a lot of hype! Nestled in the heart of Wynwood, Charly’s Vegan Tacos serves an array of plant-based option starters, salads and of course, tacos! And the genius behind it all, Chef Charly Garcia. The eatery started in Tulum, Mexico and about a month ago Charly opened this location, making it his first in the U.S. “Charly took his 15 plus years of executive chef experience, running […]

  • Inside South Florida: Elixr IV Therapy

    Welcome to Elixr IV Therapy where you can nourish your body, relax your mind and indulge in your own well- being. The clinic offers an extensive selection of treatments ranging from vitamin infusions, booster shots, anti-aging therapy and more. And a treatment that’s been very popular and effective is called IV therapy, which Elixr specializes in. There are several IV bags filled with different vitamins all depending on what you’re feeling that day, and the process takes about 30 minutes. […]

  • Cheap Seats: Best FL College Football Team?

    The state of Florida host some seriously good college football teams. We hit the streets to ask fans, which Florida college team is the best and why?

  • Inside South Florida: Taste of Redland

    Taste of Redland is an initiative started to introduce people to the farming community in South Florida, in Redland specifically, through a next day delivery program. For more information visit 

  • Celebrate Wellness: Harmful Chemicals in Food

    Today more than 10,000 chemicals are added directly to our foods and to the materials that package our food. A new study by the American Academy of Pediatrics is coming down on the government additives, saying certain chemicals are causing obesity, thyroid issues, and even cancer. The chemicals raising most concern are Bisphenol (BPA), Phthalates, PFCs, Perchlorate and Nitrates/Nitrites. Bisphenols are seen in metal cans and can act like estrogen, affecting puberty, body fat, and fertility. Phthalates are found in […]

  • Over The Edge For Gilda’s

    Gilda’s Club South Florida is hosting their sixth annual Over the Edge event on October 6th.  Participants will rappel down 12 stories of the AutoNation building in downtown Fort Lauderdale. The first 90 people to raise a minimum of $1,000 by October 6th will earn a spot.  No experience is necessary, anyone can participate. There’s a $50 registration fee which goes toward your overall fundraising goal. If you can’t make it to the event, you can always donate or volunteer […]

  • Cheap Seats: Health Tips for Student-Athletes

    Student athletes may not have exercised as vigorously over the summer as they do during the school year. “I think its really critical, especially for the August sports to really get acclimated to our heat.  Especially for some of the kids that have been away or away at camp up North for part of the summer.  I think it’s very important for the parents to make sure their kids are really in shape before they play,” said Director of UM Health System […]

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