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Amber McDonald was all smiles as the shovels raised dirt to make way for a new baseball field for special needs kids in Southlake. In 2007, at age 13, McDonald, now 19, began playing baseball with Miracle League DFW , an organization that makes it
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, particularly Downtown, where thousands gathered tonight to watch the city come to life and light. The Scioto Mile and Columbus Commons are shimmering in their holiday finery of hundreds of thousands of
Back in Black is Halloween mayhem for grown-ups in a 100,000-square-foot pop-up venue for the one-day event that features a lineup of serious talent, pulse-pounding beats and provocative costumes. Bicentennial Park, 1075 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; www.
Red, White and Boom fireworks light up the downtown skyline in this 2010 photo. Organizers promise a longer-than-ever fireworks show with a birthday surprise to top off the 32nd annual Red, White & Boom. The bicentennial is this city's time to soar,
After more than 30 years as an architect, Keith Myers knows the magnetic power of water. He wasn't surprised when the interactive fountain at Bicentennial Park drew crowds after it was unveiled last July. But he never imagined such a steady stream of
Lorenzo Minor envisions a Bicentennial Park for Evansville with electricity, running water and an area that won't get muddy when it rains. Minor attended a public meeting Thursday evening at the Old Post Office to review and comment on tentative
It's officially called the Metromover, but you'll hear it called the "people mover." Whatever you call it, this elevated train is your free ticket to sightseeing in downtown Miami...The car or cars stop, you get on and an automated voice tells you
09 p.m. , updated December 18, 2011 at 2:09 p.m. Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel announced Sunday afternoon plans to build a new park to commemorate the city's bicentennial celebration. The announcement came after Weinzapfel had officially kicked off the
It wasn't the mayor who had the 6-year-old excited; it was the possibility of jumping into the dancing fountains at Bicentennial Park that wouldn't allow the girl to keep still. She was attending the grand opening of the Scioto Mile, a mile-long park
Coleman took his grand plan for a riverfront park and asked AEP's leader to help fund it. Together, they came up with the money, finding public and private donors to cover the $44 million cost. The result, the Scioto Mile park, opens Thursday.