Sunday, August 7, 2022

Tag: Quarantine

Valentine’s Day: Engagement, marriage and a baby during the pandemic (includes...

This Valentine’s Day in South Florida will still be full of love despite the raging pandemic. Couples are still celebrating the many milestones of...

Southwest Ranches horse business booms despite coronavirus (includes video story)

Despite the powerful effect of COVID-19 on many local businesses, horses haven't stopped galloping at Arcangels Boarding and Riding School in Southwest Ranches.  There has...

Sorpresa y duda ante la reapertura de California

En diciembre, Los Ángeles fue nombrado como el “nuevo epicentro” del Covid-19 en Estados Unidos y el gobernador Gavin Newsom anunció un toque de...

The Art of Giving: Teen Emma Faria sells masks to save...

Hand-painted face masks are the latest offering by the nonprofit organization The Art of Giving, which is led by Emma Faria. She hopes that...

This mother and her daughters have been reunited and are looking...

Back in 2019, life seemed to be on the ascent for Cindy Lindor. After beating a drug habit, overcoming homelessness and getting married, she...

With spring semester approaching, students reflect on online learning

With the new semester just a week away, students and professors at South Florida’s universities say the transition to online learning, while not without...

Curfew forces Miami bars and restaurants to close early for New...

Workers and patrons of Miami Beach’s bars and restaurants said a curfew in effect since Nov. 5 is eating into their profits and fun,...

Florida’s university pandemic response ramps up for spring

As they head into spring semester, universities throughout Florida are looking to increased testing and reporting measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. With the...

Students home for the holidays survived the pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has changed the college experience for students across the country. It has been a difficult semester with online classes, not many...

Noche Buena during the pandemic will be “un poco diferente”

As COVID-19 makes its way to the new year, many Hispanics in South Florida are being forced to re-evaluate if and how they will...