Florida Supreme Court denies immigrant bar certification
Godinez-Samperio is a 26-year-old man who arrived to the US at age 9 and grew up in the Tampa area despite the expiration of his tourist visas.
ArtSlam returns to Bradenton's Old Main Street
The city's massive celebration of music, performing arts and visual arts is from noon until 10 p.m. Saturday.
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Lawmakers look to make up for past cuts in election year Kim Vukelja...
Teacher Denise Mueller, back at right, works with a couple of children as others work on learning stations at the Imagination Station school in Daytona Beach last week.News-Journal/PETER BAUER Kim Vukelja was thrilled when Florida launched its free, voluntary prekindergarten program in 2005, thinking it would be the key to providing expanded ... (more)
Ringling International Arts Festival 2014 Announced
In case you haven't yet heard the line-up for the 2014 Ringling International Arts Festival , just announced by curator of performance Dwight Currie, here's a peek at the mix of music, theater, dance, and more set for Oct. 15-18 on the grounds of the Ringling Museum campus and neighboring New College of Florida.
FST Welcomes Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Gilbert King Tonight
Florida Studio Theatre will welcome Pulitzer Prize Winning Author Gilbert King for a discussion of his book Devil in the Grove, and its relation to the themes present in the production of THURGOOD.
Florida's new public college rating polity unfair
The Florida Board of Governors adopted a misguided achievement model that somewhat mirrors one used by the state Department of Education.
Official: Riverwalk helping Bradenton of 'Bradentucky' moniker
Projects and partnerships including Riverwalk at the Anthony T. Rossi Waterfront Park and a renovated McKechnie Field are helping the city shed the derogatory name, said Dave Gustafson, the city's executive director of Downtown Development Authority, speaking Friday at the Congress of New Urbanism Florida Summit held at New College of Florida.
Rosengren: Fed should be patient to raise rates
Labor-market conditions are far from where they should be to justify raising short-term rates, and inflation rates are very low, Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren said Thursday.