34 hours ago

Where to eat on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in Miami

Where: Graziano’s four locations: 9227 Bird Rd., Miami; 177 SW Seventh St., Miami; 394 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables; 5993 W. 16th Ave., Hialeah

    Where to eat on Christmas and Christmas Eve in Miami
    DÔA's Executive Chef Carlos Estarita's Christmas menu includes Japanese Wagyu, Wagyu tiradito, Gagyu nigiri, grilled and raw oysters, stone crab with ponzu mustard, Japanese Uni Gunkan with Hokkaido and sea urchin and Nehi Toro Maki with fatty tuna, scallions and ponzu.
    http://www.miami.com

5 days ago

  • Technology For Our Future!

    Mrs. Caraza is asking for $779.71:
    My students need tablets to further enhance their use of technology.
    Youth Co-op Charter School Comment

Dec 06

  • After Irma

    Mr. Lorenzo is asking for $848.11:
    My students need equipment for their Physical Education class in order to gain mastery on skills being taught.
    Youth Co-op Charter School Comment

Dec 05

  • The Chemistry Around Us

    Ms. Soler is asking for $1468.24:
    My students need transportation and lodging for a field trip to Washington DC.
    Youth Co-op Charter School Comment

Dec 02

Nov 29

  • Little Minds at Ease

    Ms. Castineira is asking for $484.56:
    My students need mats, water bottles, small weights, a rolling expandable crate to keep things organized, and paper to recover after Hurricane Irma.
    Ben Sheppard Elementary School Comment

Nov 21

These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • The "A" in STEM

    Mrs. Fernandez is asking for $439.19:
    My students need a microscope, water color pencils, and tag board to create detailed drawings of plants and their cells.
    Ben Sheppard Elementary School Comment
  • STEM and STEAM Into the Arts

    Mrs. Escobar is asking for $963.66:
    My students need a microscope, microscope slides, micro viewer slides, water color pencils with sharpeners, and water color paper.
    Ben Sheppard Elementary School Comment

Nov 16

Hialeah Makers is a program designed to deepl...

Hialeah Makers is a program designed to deeply engage kids in the World of Science through readings and hands-on activities. The group will be meeting on Thursday, November 16th and 16th at 6:00 pm at the John F. Kennedy Library. For more information call (305) 821 – 2700, ext. 227 Hialeah Makers es un programa diseñado a estimular la atención de los niños en el mundo de las ciencias a través de lecturas y actividades prácticas. El grupo se estará reuniendo el jueves 16 de octubre a las 6:00 pm en la Biblioteca John F. Kennedy. Para más información llame al (305) 821 – 2700, ext. 227

    Hialeah Public Libraries
    Hialeah Makers is a program designed to deeply engage kids in the World of Science through readings and hands-on activities. The group will be meeting on Thursday, November 16th and 16th at 6:00 pm...
    https://www.facebook.com

Nov 15

Man faces charges in second burglary in Miami-Dade County, police say

According to an arrest report, Pita and another man burglarized another apartment Nov. 8 in 2200 block of West 60th Street in Hialeah. 

    Man faces charges in second burglary in Miami-Dade County, police say
    Hollywood to vote on Freedom, Hope, Liberty to replace Confederate street names 3 teens accused of robbing man in Miami Beach, taking off in victim's car Davie woman claims FEMA contractor was sexually inappropriate after Irma Man faces charges in second burglary in Miami-Dade County, police say Man accused of
    https://www.local10.com

Nov 15

  • Hurricane Irma Brings on the Munchies

    Mrs. Castellanos is asking for $887.15:
    My students need a kitchen scale, veggie pasta maker, convection oven, mixer, air fryer, and other kitchen gadgets, plus calorie counters, and headphones to keep active and maintain healthy eating habits.
    Ben Sheppard Elementary School Comment

Nov 14

  • Hurricane Irma Leads to Yoga

    Mrs. Escobar is asking for $1415.59:
    My students need a tablet with protective cover, a mat, and a cubby storage to learn techniques that reduce stress and foster a healthy lifestyle.
    Ben Sheppard Elementary School Comment

Nov 13

An Old Fashioned Affair with Buchanan’s Whisky

Monday, November 13, 5pm-7pm – Dragonfly Izakaya & Fish Market, 5241 Northwest 87th Avenue, Doral

    An Old Fashioned Affair with Buchanan's Whisky
    Posted on: November 13th, 2017 by SoFlaNights.com 11 views Monday, November 13, 5pm-7pm - Dragonfly Izakaya & Fish Market, 5241 Northwest 87th Avenue, Doral Join Dragonfly Izakaya & Fish Market for a complimentary Buchanan's tasting party. Buchanan's will be on-site From 5 - 7 pm handing out samples and sharing tasting notes that highlight our newest cocktail creation the Plum-Malicious Old Fashioned.
    https://www.soflanights.com

Nov 11

Nov 10

These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • Engaging and incorporating STEM!

    Ms. Diaz is asking for $270.27:
    My students need these activities to encourage the curiosity they have about Science and Engineering. These items would be a great center for my advanced students to incorporate STEM into my classroom. THANK YOU!
    Ben Sheppard Elementary School Comment
  • Technology is NOW

    Ms. Diaz is asking for $457.99:
    My students need computers to practice phonemic awareness and basic math to bring them "on-level"
    Ben Sheppard Elementary School Comment
  • Let's Play, Just for the Health of it!

    Mrs. Canut is asking for $1112.22:
    My students need age appropriate balls to safely play a variety of games in order to learn sports such as basketball, volleyball and soccer and develop lifelong habits that promote fitness and health.
    Ben Sheppard Elementary School Comment
  • The New Normal After Irma

    Mr. Othon is asking for $937.01:
    My students need a basket ball hoop, all types of sports balls, with cones and nets, and paper to re-claim their normal routine after the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma.
    Jose Marti Mast 6-12 Academy Comment

Nov 05

These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • After Irma Relief

    Mr. Ingles is asking for $867.65:
    My students need scrimmage vests in a variety of sizes, cones, mats, and paddle ball sets to keep active and maintain a healthy life style.
    Ben Sheppard Elementary School Comment
  • "Culturing" Microbiology Curiosity: Making Bio FUN

    Mr. Soto is asking for $836.92:
    My students need an incubator to have better biology labs in class. This incubator will allow us to work with mold and bacterial growth.
    Youth Co-op Charter School Comment

Nov 01

Robbery Heist Leaves Hialeah Warehouse Worker Unconscious

It happened Monday at approximately 6:40 a.m. at All Wood Designs, located at 1629 W. 33 Place.

    Robbery Heist Leaves Hialeah Warehouse Worker Unconscious
    HIALEAH (CBSMiami) - Police are trying to identify two men who snuck into a warehouse and knocked an employee unconscious during a robbery heist in Hialeah. It happened Monday at approximately 6:40 a.m. at All Wood Designs, located at 1629 W. 33 Place. The suspects entered the warehouse through a rear door and ambushed the victim.
    http://miami.cbslocal.com

Oct 31

Armed robbers caught on camera beating Hialeah worker

The crisp footage shows one of the subjects pointing a firearm at Yoel Gonzalez, who works at All Wood Design, located at 1629 West 33rd Place, at around 6:40 a.m., Monday. The perpetrator is then seen grabbing the victim and throwing him to the ground.

    Armed robbers caught on camera beating Hialeah worker
    HIALEAH, FLA. (WSVN) - Police are searching for two men who were caught on surveillance video robbing an employee at a Hialeah business at gunpoint before beating him repeatedly. The crisp footage shows one of the subjects pointing a firearm at Yoel Gonzalez, who works at All Wood Design, located at 1629 West 33rd Place, at around 6:40 a.m., Monday.
    http://wsvn.com

Oct 28

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Oct 27

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Oct 27

Oct 26

  • BSE Showcase

    Mrs. Hernandez is asking for $1202.29:
    My students need wireless microphones, microphone stands, multi outlets, calculator, paper, and glue to perform at their music and chorus competitions.
    Ben Sheppard Elementary School Comment

Oct 25

  • Reading Our Way to Comprehension

    Mrs. Fernandez is asking for $555.60:
    My students need varied authentic literature to succeed in acquisition of the English language as well as reading comprehension.
    Youth Co-op Charter School Comment

Oct 24

  • Children Learn Through Play

    Mrs. Enriquez is asking for $1025.64:
    My students need the main areas of development addressed throughout the daily routine: Language & Literacy, Music & Movement, Social & Emotional, Creative Representation, Math and Science & Technology.
    Ben Sheppard Elementary School Comment

Oct 23

Oct 21

Downtown Doral Hosts Kiddo-Ween

Saturday October 21, 11am-3pm – The Shops at Downtown Doral, 5335 NW 87th Ave, Doral

    Downtown Doral Hosts Kiddo-Ween
    Posted on: October 21st, 2017 by SoFlaNights.com 6 views Saturday October 21, 11am-3pm - The Shops at Downtown Doral, 5335 NW 87th Ave, Doral Downtown Doral, Miami's premier town center located in Doral, and Kiddos Magazine are joining forces for Kiddo-Ween at Downtown Doral, a Kiddos Magazine event.
    https://www.soflanights.com

Oct 18

Surveillance Cam Captures Moment Victim Of Hialeah Robbery Struck By Getaway Car

The victim was walking home and texting, in the area of West 34th Lane and 76th Street, when someone came up behind him, snatched his phone and ran.

    Surveillance Cam Captures Moment Victim Of Hialeah Robbery Struck By Getaway Car
    HIALEAH (CBSMiami) - Shocking surveillance video shows a juvenile victim chasing his robber before being struck by the getaway vehicle. The victim was walking home and texting, in the area of West 34th Lane and 76th Street, when someone came up behind him, snatched his phone and ran.
    http://miami.cbslocal.com

Oct 17

  • Marcus A. Milam K-8 Center reviewed by a parent

    This school is disappointing. I moved to this area from the west coast and am extremely dissatisfied. I will be looking for a charter school for my child. The school is old and unkept. Administrators are never around. When you enter the dingy office, you have to wait at least 10 minutes to be acknowledged. Then, it s usually in Spanish. The school performs poorly on state tests too.

    Marcus A. Milam K-8 Center (6020 West 16th Avenue) Published on GreatSchools October 16, 2017 Comment

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