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Caribbean American Heritage Month Weekend Celebration
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Music in the Park at Gulfstream Park Village
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History Fort Lauderdale’s “Take PRIDE! A Retrospective of LGBTQ Life in South Fl
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The Phinsider: The SB Nation Miami Dolphins Blog has new update
1 day ago 5/31/23 UPDATE: Miami Dolphins Orange Jersey Award TRACKER; offense leaps into the lead!
Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images The Miami Dolphins hit the practice field again today for another voluntary organized team activity. When it comes to Miami’s orange jersey award — an award given to the team’s best practice player from the prior session — the split between offensive and defensive recipients has been pretty even. Before today, of the four times the jersey has been handed out this offseason, the offense has won it twice and the defense has also won it twice. Today, the offense once again leapt into the lead when fullback Alec Ingold was given the honor of wearing the orange threads. We got @AI_XLV on the aux today! pic.twitter.com/GWp3ef0ugl— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) May 31, 2023 Fullbacks aren’t often recognized for their contributions on the field, however Ingold was honored today for his performance from yesterday’s practice. The 26-year-old will seemingly remain an integral part of the Dolphins’ plans on offense in 2023 after logging the first rushing touchdown of his four year career in 2022. He also contributed a receiving touchdown while suiting up for all 17 regular season games. We will be making our best effort to track which players receive the orange jersey honor as the offseason progresses. Want to help? Hit us up on Twitter at @thephinsider, or reach out to me directly at @MBrave13, and let us know who is rocking the jersey with pride each day! Fins up!
The Phinsider: The SB Nation Miami Dolphins Blog has new update
1 day ago Miami Dolphins set to participate in joint practices with the Houston Texans
Amy Beth Bennett / South Florida Sun Sentinel/Tribune News Service via Getty Images The Miami Dolphins will practice with the Atlanta Falcons and Houston Texans this summer. We already knew that the Miami Dolphins would be hosting joint practices with the Atlanta Falcons later this year — before the two teams meet on August 11th at Hard Rock Stadium — but that won’t be the only team Mike McDaniel’s Dolphins will be practicing against this preseason. According to Fox 26’s Mark Berman, the Houston Texans will welcome the Dolphins to their facilities before their week two preseason matchup on August 19th. NFL source: During the preseason the @HoustonTexans will have joint workouts with the @MiamiDolphins in Houston and with the @Saints in New Orleans.— Mark Berman (@MarkBermanFox26) May 30, 2023 Last year, the Dolphins held joint practices with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the eventual Super Bowl Champions, the Philadelphia Eagles. In 2021, the Chicago Bears and Dolphins had joint practices in the windy city before the two teams met in preseason. Miami also conducted two joint practices with the Atlanta Falcons that year. Head coach Mike McDaniel spoke about the importance of joint practices and what he’s looking for from his players last August. “I feel like the biggest thing is I just want the players to go through the emotions of what a joint practice is, especially against a good team. When you’re fortunate enough to practice against a good team, guys want to do well. And in that process, one of two things is going to happen. They’re either going to do well, or they’re not – either way, it’s our job to make sure that they understand that how do you use whatever happens to benefit you moving forward. So I just want to see a group of guys that are committed to this practice, which I think we all see that, and then I want to just play the hand that’s dealt after the fact and after we watch the film.” What are your thoughts on the Miami Dolphins holding joint practices with the Atlanta Falcons and Houston Texans? What matchups are you most looking forward to? Are you rooting for the Miami Heat and Florida Panthers in the finals? Let us know in the comments section below!
Dale LePrevost on Lauderdale Tennis Club
Review 2 days ago

Lauderdale Tennis Club

5 Rating  

The tennis classes are taught by Dale LePrevost American former professional tennis player. They are great. They consist of 45 minutes of quick ball machine drills with coaching and then 45 minutes of competition with coaching. The cost is only $25 for the 90 minutes.

Pros: With the tennis classes, the patio bar, the fun round robins and the clientele it's easy to get involved and meet other Tennis players.

City of Fort Lauderdale - City News has new update
2 days ago FAA Soliciting Comments on Aviation Noise Policy
The FAA is inviting the public to provide comments and feedback regarding its civil aviation noise policy. The noise policy governs how the FAA analyzes, explains and publicly presents changes in noise exposure from aviation activity: recreational...

Thursday Specials in Fort Lauderdale

B Square Burgers & Booze
Bar & Restaurant
1021 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale FL, 33301
M-F 4-7pm Choice of Smaller Portion Appetizers
Grille 66 & Bar
Bar & Restaurant
2301 SE 17th St, Fort Lauderdale FL, 33316
5pm-7pm 2 for 1 drinks, 1/2 price appetizers
2606 Sawgrass Mills Cir Ste 1301, Sunrise FL, 33323
9 - Close Drafts, House Wine, Spec Cocktails 1/2 Price $4 Apps - At Bar Only

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