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Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland walked out of school Friday in solidarity with the 13 victims of the deadly Columbine High School shooting 19 years ago. "We just want to show that we care for them as they care for us," said 18-year-old senior Ryan Deitsch. "They've been a great help as we transition to a community affected by gun violence."
Photos by @matiasocner
#nationalschoolwalkout #msdstrong #marjorystonemandouglas #parkland #columbine

The Philadelphia 76ers welcomed back their masked man, Joel Embiid, and rekindled their stroke from beyond the arc to beat the Miami Heat 128-108 in Game 3 of their first-round series on Thursday. Game 4 is Saturday at AmericanAirlines Arena.
Photos by David Santiago and Charles Trainor Jr.
#miamiheat #heat #76ers #sixers #nba #basketball

Former UM football greats Devin Hester, Larry Coker and Frank Gore pose for a photo before being inducted into the University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday. John Salmons, Dominique Darden, Chanivia Broussard, Britney Butcher, Tina Miller Lloyd and Yonder Alonso were also honored at the induction ceremony at Jungle Island.
Photo by @emilymichot
#universityofmiami #miamihurricanes #halloffame #um

President Donald Trump shakes hands with Sen. Marco Rubio at a roundtable discussion on tax reform at Bucky Dent Park in Hialeah on Monday. Trump talked up the economy, tax cuts and the country's efforts to punish repressive regimes in Cuba and Venezuela.
Photo by Charles Trainor Jr. / Miami Herald Staff
#donaldtrump #trump #marcorubio #hialeah #miami

Philly-bound! The Miami Heat rallied past the Toronto Raptors in overtime, beating them 116-109. Next up: A first round playoff series against the 76ers. Pictured, Wayne Ellington celebrates after one of his three-pointers. Ellington had a career-high 32 points and set a new franchise record for three-pointers in a season. Photos by @ctjherald #miamiheat #heatnation #whitehot #nba #basketball

Hundreds of students from Miami Northwestern Senior High School marched off campus and into Liberty Square Tuesday to rally against the gun violence that has killed three young people in the neighborhood in the last week. Full story at Miamiherald.com. Photos by @emilymichot #northwestern #miami #gunviolence #enough #libertycity #northwesternwalkout

Dwyane Wade receives the March NBA Cares Community Assist Award before the Miami Heat's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday. Wade was recognized for his support of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s students in the wake of the mass shooting at the school on Feb. 14.
Photo by David Santiago / el Nuevo Herald
#dwyanewade #miamiheat #nba #parkland #MSD #nbacares

This paddle boarder isn't on vacation. He's on his morning commute. Parker Lake was sick of working in a cubicle and fed up with Miami traffic. So he quit his job, moved to a house on the river, and started paddling to two new jobs on his stand-up board. “I came to realize that commuting in Miami was the worst part of my day. Now, it’s the best part of my day.” Read more of his story at MiamiHerald.com. #paddleboarding #miami #skyline #biscaynebay

Miami Beach celebrates Pride week with a parade on Sunday. Olympic athlete Gus Kenworthy served as grand marshal for the event, celebrating the city's LGBT residents. Photos by Daniel A. Varela #Pride #GayPride #LGBT #MiamiBeachpride #miamibeach #southbeach @guskenworthy

Wyatt Gaviria, 10, a member of Scout Troop 1305, covers a hole with a building block and Brianna Ray, 12, right, learns about making ceramics from James Herring. They were all enjoying the Maker Faire Miami Satuday at Miami Dade College's Wolfson Campus. Photos by @matiasocner
#MakerFaireMiami #MakerFaire

Florida Panthers' Jared McCann slides across the ice after scoring the winning goal in the third period as the Cats defeated the Boston Bruins 3-2 at the BB&T Center on Thursday. Photo by @ctjherald #floridapanthers #hockey #panthers #flapanthers

Marjory Stoneman Douglas baseball players take a selfie before a game at Marlins Park against Coral Springs on Wednesday. The Marlins invited the teams to play in the stadium following the Feb. 14 mass shooting that took 17 lives at the Parkland school. The teams got the full red-carpet treatment Wednesday: They met up with Marlins players in the clubhouse before the game, and the students' pictures were displayed up on the jumbotron scoreboard during each at-bat. When it was over, Douglas had secured itself a 9-4 win over the Colts. Read more at MiamiHerald.com/sports. Photo by Andrew Uloza #MSDStrong #Parkland #MSD #Marlins #MiamiMarlins #CoralSprings

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