On his Monday Night Football interview with ESPN, Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross revealed that he had reached out to Jonathan Martin via text and that the two were scheduled to meet Wednesday. But the NFL has stepped in and told Ross to postpone that meeting while it investigates the bullying al ... More >>
Not that this should be a shocker for a franchise that has been perpetually stuck in 7-9 purgatory, but the Miami Dolphins are coming apart at the seams. This according to the Miami Herald's Armando Salguero. In a detailed blog post, Salguero chronicles the many internal issues going on with the ... More >>
Restaurants may use customer feedback to their advantage, but it may not be so obvious how they use it. Shula Burger in Fort Lauderdale, however, redesigned the store. It gets better: Don and Dave Shula (father/son) will present the new design and hold a little public Q&A session today at the Fort ... More >>
As You may have heard, the 1972 Perfect Season Miami Dolphins were honored at the White House by Barack Obama on Tuesday. Obama mostly joked and joshed with the players, but also noted that the '72 team was a juggernaut, that they ran over opponents with two 1,000 yard rushers -- the first NFL team ... More >>
This is a story about matchmaking; matching a donor with a recipient, matching a cause with a champion, and matching two people who each turned out to be just what the other needed most. Talia Bennardo and Terri Price are a match made in heaven, though they've never met. Terri works at Priceless Ma ... More >>
Classes are supposed to be informative and educational. Some are so boring you'd rather walk over a pile of burning coals than show up. Yes, we're talking to you, Intro to Calc. Others can be a bit more enjoyable. (Hint: Eating food and drinking wine tends to help.) In a mix of entertainment and ... More >>
Now that the Fourth of July and holiday weekend have passed, it's back to regular old summer in South Florida. It's hot, you have to work, and it's probably going rain every day, but luckily local businesses are trying to keep you entertained. Whether you're looking to learn some molecular tricks, m ... More >>
The Dolphins and Patriots face off this Sunday at Sun Life Stadium for the first time this season. And even though New England is a heavy favorite, history has proven that this matchup can go in any direction. This isn't the most heated rivalry in the AFC East (both teams have much more serious bee ... More >>
The year was 1972. Head Coach Don Shula led the Miami Dolphins to their perfect season. It's been 40 years and no team has done it since. Sure the Dolphins have had some missteps; President Obama even had to make a jab about their not-so stellar record. But loyal fans are still commemorating th ... More >>
HBO's Hard Knocks featuring the Miami Dolphins debuted last night and filled us all with the inevitable feeling of false hope and overhyped enthusiasm for our shitty, shitty football team.But a reality show featuring the Fins is a nice change of pace from their old NORAD-like, supersecretive attitud ... More >>
Shula Burger is expected to open later this year in The Quay Shopping Center at 1515 SE 17th Street in Fort Lauderdale. Legendary Dolphins coach Don Shula is the namesake behind Shula's Steak House, Shula Bar & Sports, and Shula's on the Beach. His company maintains over 30 restaurants in 16 ... More >>
Hey girl, want to see my yacht?Yesterday marked the end of the annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. If you missed the show we can give you a small yet correct synopsis now:Many extravagant yachts floated through the intracoastal waterways from Oct. 27-31. Those yachts were hosted by ya ... More >>
shulaburger.comLook around -- do you sense a shortage of hamburger joints? Didn't think so. Into this burger-besotted market, Don Shula strides, head high. "If you like our steaks" -- and many do! -- "you'll flip for our burgers!"That's the Shula Burger slogan. "Coming soon" is the only other mes ... More >>
A cast of celebrities who are now minority owners in our Miami Dolphins aren't ready to let Land Shark Stadium lose its cachet as a Super Bowl destination. Yesterday, team management made a pitch to the South Florida media in hopes of convincing local governments to subsidize $250 million in renovat ... More >>
flickr.comNick Saban lied to, then abandoned South Florida.There are dozens of reasons South Floridians should be cheering for the University of Texas in tonight's BCS National Championship game. Now, I'll admit I'm not completely objective on the subject, but I want to convince you, South Florid ... More >>
You probably don't remember it the same way I do, if you remember it at all. Hardcore Dolphins fans know the most famous Thanksgiving Day game the team ever played, and thinking of that day probably brings about a pleasant smile. Not for me though. I grew up in Dallas. It was 16 years ago. It was t ... More >>
At 21-years-old, Tebow beat out legends like Emmitt Smith, Deion Sanders, Roy Jones Jr., and Shaq.It started around Presidents' Day. ESPN has been picking the "Mt. Rushmore of Sports" in every state, then choosing the top five states. This week, it decided Illinois had the best mountain, with ... More >>
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