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  • Fish conservation also saves fishing’s future

    This year, red snapper fishing in the South Atlantic was only open for two weekends. For most of the year, anglers had to catch something else. However, even when red snapper season is closed, anglers are catching and releasing thousands of them in their pursuit of other species.

  • It’s that time of year: Here’s the official trailer for “A Christmas Story”

    A Christmas Story, a nostalgic view of Christmastime during the 1940s, stars Peter Billingsley as Ralphie, a nine-year-old who has only one thing on his Christmas list: a Red Ryder Carbine-Action 200-Shot Air Rifle.

  • Could Miami’s Ultra music festival be so loud it’s bad for fish?

    Last week the University of Miami raised objections over moving the Ultra electronic dance music festival to Virginia Key, where research tanks are located, citing potential damage to fish. Turns out ocean noise pollution is on the rise.

  • ESPN’s bizarre response to Alabama star Tua’s abuse story

    The revelation Tua Tagovailoa was beaten with a belt by his father was cringe-worthy. ESPN’s reactions to the admission were equally surprising, laughing and joking about such a sensitive topic. The sensational Alabama quarterback revealed the abuse in an offhanded matter, saying during a close-up piece by Tom Rinaldi that his father, Galu, would hit...

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