From West Palm Beach to Fort Lauderdale to the Miami River, developers and merchants are opening new stores and restaurants to serve edgy consumers who don't want to mingle in crowded malls and streets any more.
Many of the elderly — the most at risk for COVID-19 — have remained isolated from children, grandchildren and friends for the better part of a year. They’ve become paranoid of everyone who breathes. Walking down the supermarket aisle or standing in line at Marshall’s feels like a life or death choice.
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Week 17: A playoff berth is within reach for the 2020 Dolphins. Will another season come to an unfortunate end in Buffalo this Sunday? Omar Kelly and Dave Hyde analyze the matchup with the Bills, look at what the Dolphins must do to make the playoffs, and the all-important question: Will Tua Tagovailoa or Ryan Fitzpatrick take the calls in Buffalo?