Sales Taxs Remain Down in July as Tourism Suffers

August 27, 2020 admin 0

By Jim Turner August 26, 2020 – TALLAHASSEE — State general revenues came in just above a forecast amount in July, but the coronavirus pandemic continued to hammer sales-tax collections. Numbers released Wednesday by the Legislature’s […]

Secrets of a Superstar Chef

August 17, 2020 0

Talk about a comeback: The thrice-bankrupt Auberge du Vieux Puits was recently named the world’s best fine-dining restaurant by Tripadvisor, the high-profile U.S.-based travel and dining ranking website. In an exclusive interview with Zenger News, […]

The Story Behind Miami’s Colored Beach

July 29, 2020 admin 0

Special to The Miami Times – Historic Virginia Key Beach celebrates courageous 75 year history, bright future. Such fond memories could come from only one place in the world, and indeed only one place in the […]

A Couch Potato at 6,500 Feet

July 21, 2020 0

Lounging on the sofa and eating chips while watching TV may well be a favorite pastime during the current pandemic. Even from an altitude of 6,500 feet. That’s what “couch potato” paraglider Hasan Kaval did […]

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