Special Ceremony to Launch the Dolphins Cycling Challenge to Take Place Friday, August 19 at Sun Life Stadium
Dignitaries, entertainers, cyclists and cancer survivors from throughout South Florida will hold a special ceremony at 10:30 a.m., Friday, August 19, 2011 at Gate G in Sun Life Stadium in conjunction with the second annual Dolphins Cycling Challenge (DCC). The DCC, a two-day, 170-mile trans-Florida charity cycling event to benefit Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center will take place on November 5-6, 2011.
No more wondering what’s going to happen on the football field against a real opponent for the Miami Dolphins. Tonight’s 2011 preseason opener against the Atlanta Falcons will provide important answers. Head Coach Tony Sparano […]
Wednesday night at the Sun Life Stadium, 70,080 soccer fans in Miami made sports history in Florida, and the Goya Gives Program made it possible for Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Greater Miami, the premier […]
Univision Interactive Media, Inc., the digital division of the leading media company serving Hispanic America, today announced its new Univision Radio App for iPhone and iPod touch is available on the App Store. The app, […]
Because Miami’s prior decade of excessive condo building was something akin to a multi-year sporting event watched and followed by millions around the world, today’s condo environment can now be summed up in three words: […]
Versailles Restaurant celebrated its 40th anniversary with a big bash. Gov. Rick Scott, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez, Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado, county and city commissioners, a former congressman, public officials and celebrities attended the VIP […]
One of the South Florida Business Journal’s most interesting lists is the Fast 50. Not only do you get twice as much information as our usual Top 25 lists, but it also offers a variety […]
CINCINNATI, June 14, 2011 – connXus.com, an online service that helps corporations locate, evaluate and engage small, woman- and minority-owned businesses, announces the creation of a formalized Board of Advisors that includes Disney’s chairman, Silicon […]
The dashboards of today’s new cars look like jet cockpits. Traffic rules, driving conditions, and American roads have changed just as dramatically since most Americans last thought about refreshing their driving skills. Now, to help […]
Dell Introduces Spanish Laptop in Los Angeles to Increase Technology Access for U.S. Spanish-Speaking Consumers
Dell today introduced the new Inspiron M5030, the first Spanish-language laptop available in the U.S., to Los Angeles consumers. After successfully introducing the Inspiron M5030 in Miami and Atlanta, Dell is prepared to fill the void of Spanish-language computing technology in Los Angeles, the number one Hispanic market in the U.S. The laptop, developed for Spanish-speaking consumers, is a continuation of Dell’s mission to provide affordable and pervasive technology. Priced at $499, the notebook offers the ultimate in mobility and entertainment and is built around Dell’s familiar Spanish Operating System (OS) and keyboard.