August 12, 2022

Articles by Amy Martinez:

A month after Florida went on COVID-19 lockdown, Will Benson took his wife and two young children out on his skiff for a quarantine break.
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Florida's cruise industry prepares for what is shaping up to be a record-setting 2022
By all appearances, cruise lines won't have to do much to entice their traditional customers back on board as they resume sailing.
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Dealing with uncertainty
“Of course, nobody knew we were on the eve of a pandemic, or one of us might have thought better of that plan,” she laughs.
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Priorities for the year ahead
“The court system estimates that there'll be a little more than 1.1 million cases backlogged as of July... That's just in Florida."
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Justice for all
“It just caused me to double down on my efforts related to the role lawyers can play when appropriately focused,” says attorney Al Dotson.
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Thinking bigger
“I had one gift — I was curious, and I liked to learn,” says Gary Sasso.
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No immunity from racism
Jaret Davis was helping a friend move out of her house in an affluent Miami neighborhood about 20 years ago when neighbors called the police three times, supicious Davis was stealing furniture.
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FIU aims to fill thousands of cyber-security vacancies through apprenticeship program
With a $2-million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, Florida International University has launched an apprenticeship program in cyber-security.
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Online travel search engine Kayak expands with  its own tech-driven Miami Beach hotel
The 52-room Kayak Miami Beach, which recently opened in a 1934 Art Deco building, functions as a test lab and showcase for the company's new app-based hotel management system...
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Thermaband focuses on hot flash help
Technology-driven solution to hot flashes for menopausal women, chemotherapy patients and others...
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Rays pitcher JP Feyereisen encourages Tampa Bay area kids to read
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Rays pitcher JP Feyereisen reads with kids at the Largo Public Library as part of the "Reading with the Rays" program. The event hits close to home for Feyereisen, who went to school to be a teacher and plans to become a teacher and coach once his baseball career is over.

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