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Puerto Rican restaurant La Placita opens in Miami

Puerto Rican restaurant La Placita opens in Miami

Story by: Gaby Chacon

January 23, 2019


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Puerto Rican restaurant La Placita opened its doors to the public on Jan. 1. This Miami take on Puerto Rican cuisine is co-owned by Latin American TV star Julián Gil and notable Miami chef and restaurateur José Mendín. The hours of operation are Tues. to Sun. from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. and is located...

Missy Franklin dives off the block for the last time

Missy Franklin dives off the block for the last time

Story by: Katie Hiebert

December 20, 2018


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Missy Franklin plans to retire from competitive swimming at age 23 due to chronic shoulder pain. The swimmer won four gold medals at the 2012 London Olympics and won another gold at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Franklin started swimming when she was five years old, setting records in her age groups at the ...

From rags to riches

From rags to riches

Story by: Katie Kleinman

October 29, 2018


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Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is not the average NFL player. Duvernay-Tardif is the first active NFL player to be a licensed medical doctor. As if being on a professional football team isn’t keeping him busy enough, Duvernay-Tardif flies back and forth from Montreal, where he works as a licensed physician,...

Mercedes Benz URBANETIC brings the future to transportation

Mercedes Benz URBANETIC brings the future to transportation

Story by: Katie Kleinman

September 23, 2018


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On Sep. 8 Mercedes Benz announced a new concept car to revolutionize traveling. The Vision URBANETIC will not only serve as a self-driving car, seating up to 12 people, but also as a cargo transport van. Mercedes’ goal with this concept is to reduce traffic flow, gas emissions, and relieve inner-city...

Getting by with a little help from our friends

Getting by with a little help from our friends

Story by: Amanda Mikulski

September 7, 2018


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You just started your freshman year of high school. You receive news you and your family have to move to a whole different state the second week of school. You leave all your friends. At your new school, you feel alone, friendless. You sit by yourself at lunch. You have no one to talk to. Where do you...

Analogopolis Records: the groovy new shop to restore your music favorites

Analogopolis Records: the groovy new shop to restore your music favorites

Story by: Adriana Beltrano and Lilly Grella

May 8, 2018


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When you first walk into Analogopolis Records, Films and Games, you may be greeted by a sweet six-year-old pit-bull named Lea. And then you’ll see the records. “I've been collecting records since I was a kid… and then I just got too many of them and it started getting popular again so I figured...

France’s annual Dîner en Blanc still a secret

France’s annual Dîner en Blanc still a secret

Story by: Amanda Mikulski

April 13, 2018


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The invitations have been sent out for this year’s Dîner en Blanc in France. Different from most events, the location of the elaborate dinner is secret until the last minute. Nearly 30 years ago, François Pasquier and a handful of friends launched Le Dîner en Blanc de Paris which now assembles...

Warriors travel the globe for Spring Break

Warriors travel the globe for Spring Break

Story by: Olivia Servideo

April 10, 2018


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Jupiter High students and teachers made their spring break a memorable one by traveling the world. Junior Sara Fraker took a five-day cruise over the break, visiting the islands of Jamaica and Haiti. She went zip-lining and rode jet skis around Haiti, and in Jamaica, she snorkeled the beautiful coral...

Orange Theory partners with Augie’s Quest to support ALS treatment and research

Orange Theory partners with Augie’s Quest to support ALS treatment and research

Story by: Sydney Peters

April 9, 2018


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During the months of Feb. and March, Orange Theory Fitness held a fundraiser at all their gym locations worldwide to find a cure for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). They raised nearly two million dollars and donated it directly to Augie’s Quest Foundation. Augie’s Quest is an organization t...

1000 North opens along Jupiter waterfront

1000 North opens along Jupiter waterfront

Story by: Olivia Servideo

February 28, 2018


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The newest addition to Jupiter fine dining has finally opened. This waterfront restaurant, 1000 North, had their “soft opening” on Jan. 30 to rave reviews from diners. The restaurant’s partners include former NBA star Michael Jordan, golf legend Ernie Els and Terlato Wines CEO Bill Terlato. ...

Shepard Fairey creates a monumental day for Jupiter

Shepard Fairey creates a monumental day for Jupiter

Story by: Kate Novak

February 20, 2018


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On Monday, Dec. 4 world famous artist Shepard Fairey painted a mural for the Perry J. Cohen Wetlands Laboratory on the bank of Jupiter High’s retention pond, a long-awaited moment for supporters of the project. “Getting to see it all put together like this fills me with warmth,” Perry Cohen’s...

Peyton Marion: back in a straight line

Peyton Marion: back in a straight line

Story by: Kate Novak

February 20, 2018


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On Dec. 18, Jupiter High junior Peyton Marion received long-awaited surgery for scoliosis. Marion was 16 when he was diagnosed with scoliosis— an abnormal curvature of the spine. Marion’s case was congenital; a spinal vertebrae failed to fully develop before he was born. As a result, Marion’s...

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