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Scientists from the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science were among a team of researchers that captured Yellow Fin Grouper on video during their illusive spawning aggregation in the United States Virgin Islands last month. Teams from the Rosenstiel School, UM College of Engineering and University of the Virgin Islands joined forces in a multi-disciplinary expedition to the southern shelf of St. Thomas to videotape this rarely seen process.

Due to poor visibility and low light conditions deep underwater, capturing this event has been difficult in the past. Using a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) researchers used a video camera and an acoustic imaging system that documented the process in a non-intrusive way, more than 250 feet below the surface.

Several of the nation's most prominent artists and community leaders gathered in Miami for the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts' YoungArts annual gala, "An Affair of the Arts Performance and Gala: Celebrating 30 Years of Discovering Excellence in the Arts." The event was held at the well-renowned Gusman Center for the Performing Arts and The Historic Alfred I. Dupont Building. The evening event celebrated the organization's support of aspiring young artists and accomplishments of gifted alumni - all while noting the organization's own achievements over the past 30 years.

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“When they told me that I would be paid for having sex, I kind of felt bad, because as a young girl growing up, your parents always talk about these things. But being an open-minded person I thought okay, I am going to give it a try.

As South Florida's summer heat and humidity begin to dissipate, it's the perfect time to enjoy casual outdoor activities, such as a new downtown Fort Lauderdale walking tour promoted by the Broward County Cultural Division that explores the art and history of the area's architectural structures.

A new interactive brochure, An Architectural Walking Tour of Downtown Fort Lauderdale, was recently produced by the Fort Lauderdale Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, in collaboration with the School of Architecture at Florida Atlantic University and the support of the Downtown Development Authority of Fort Lauderdale.

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