Florida

Miami Has Become the ‘Epicenter of the Pandemic,’ Expert Says

On Tuesday, Florida reported another 9,194 new cases of COVID-19, and a record number of deaths with 132. Now a top leading medical expert is warning the ongoing spread of the novel virus is putting South Florida in a dire situation.
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Florida Shatters Single-Day Record for New Coronavirus Cases

Florida surpassed its record for coronavirus cases over the holiday weekend, reporting over 11,000 new cases of COVID-19 on Independence Day.
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Walt Disney World Cancels Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

According to a recent Disney blog update addressing their seasonal events, Walt Disney World announced the cancellation of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party for this year.
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Woman Answers Knock on Door to Find Fighting Gators on Front Lawn

One woman looked out the front window of her Florida home and saw two alligators circling each other like boxers in a ring. One clamped his mighty jaws on the other’s neck.
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Drive-In Concert

America's First Drive-In Rave Coming To Florida In June

The EDM show will happen on June 6th
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City in Florida Swiftly Reopens Beaches After Abrupt Closures

One Florida city reopened its beaches again after closing them over the weekend due as visitors were not practicing the social distancing measures in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was the first weekend beaches were open.
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Protesters

Florida Protesters Calling For Gyms To Reopen Do Push-Ups Outside Courthouse

They did squats, as well
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'Star Wars'-Themed Hotel Coming to Disney World in 2021

Visitors to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida will soon be transported to a galaxy far, far away. Disney Parks has announced its brand new “Star Wars”-themed hotel will open its portals to the general public beginning in 2021, reported Cnet. New details and dates were just revealed for upcoming...
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A Banana Duct-Taped to a Wall Just Sold for $120,000 at a Miami Art Show

The art world has gone bananas, literally. An Italian artist duct taped a banana to a wall and sold it for $120,000, according to Artnet . View this post on Instagram -- Maurizio Cattelan's new sculpture 'Comedian' at Art Basel Miami marks the artist's first major debut at an art fair in over 15...
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This Orangutan Is Legally Considered a Non-Human Person

By each passing day, it seems Florida gets weirder and weirder. The state took another strange step this week when an orangutan, that is legally considered a person, moved to a zoo in central Florida. Sandra, the orangutan, was granted legal personhood by a judge in Argentina, but after her home...
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