By Kate Rende
The boats and captains of Dinner Key Marina are as tough and weathered as the oldest moorings on the bay. For more than thirty years these men and women have scraped meager earnings from an unpredictable ocean, all the while facing constant criticism from the communities they work so hard to serve. For Aaron Comegys, the life of a bait shrimp fisherman was the life of his dreams. On any given night Aaron will offer his boat, his words, and his dreams to any critic, journalist, or curious passerby. Take a ride tonight and make up your own mind about life on a shrimp boat.
Inside the National Hurricane Center
By Tiffany Huertas, Florida International University
Zoo shares intimate views of natural world
Esther Pang, University of Miami