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27-Apr-2008

  • The calendar (Miami Herald)

    DolFans finally have something to cheer about -- the NFL Draft! Watch it live from the Club Level at Dolphin Stadium, meet with players and alumni, and watch a performance by the 2008 cheerleading squad. There's a kids' zone with video games, QB toss and face painting. Free; 305-623-6100. Dolphin Stadium, 2269 Dan Marino Blvd., Miami Gardens.


  • Hotelier's passion for Persia given free rein on Iranian island (International Herald Tribune)

    On Kish, a Gulf island accessible to foreigners without visas, Hossein Sabet has modeled a lavish establishment on the ancient capital of Persepolis. And then there's the dolphin show.


  • Draft day is as important as it gets (The Desert Sun)

    If you thought Bill Parcells was a smart cookie as a coach, you and others had better take notice to the way Dolphin Bill got his first round pick signed, sealed and delivered under the anticipated jump in cost from last year.


  • Lunch with the FT: Mikheil Saakashvili (Financial Times)

    Some lunches end with coffee in the drawing room; others finish with a brandy on the terrace. But the final course of my lunch with Mikheil Saakashvili is taking place in a Dolphin helicopter, speeding towards a military base in the middle of Georgia.


  • Tags keeping tabs on dolphin (The Myrtle Beach Sun News)

    Don Hammond's Dolphin Research Program is a spin-off of a four-year study conducted by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources focusing on the migratory routes, speed of travel and growth rate of the colorful, popular offshore species. Hammond, a marine fisheries biologist, was instrumental in the S.C. DNR's study, which lasted from 2002 to 2005. Then Hammond retired after 35 years ...


  • Dolphin Awards celebrate local music scene (Northern Star)

    By RACHEL AFFLICK rachel.afflick@northernstar.com.au THE trophies have been made, the venue has been booked and the musos are already tuning their instruments.


  • A passion for Persia, Disneyland and dolphins (International Herald Tribune)

    Hossein Sabet owns six hotels, a dolphin show and hopes to build the Middle East's first Disneyland on Kish, one of Iran's islands on the Gulf.


  • A Passion for Persia, Disneyland and Dolphins (New York Times)

    Hossein Sabet owns six hotels, a dolphin show and hopes to build the Middle East?s first Disneyland on Kish, one of Iran?s islands on the Persian Gulf.


  • Basics for Seasonal Business Owners (BusinessWeek)

    You may depend on a sliver of the year for the bulk of your business. Here's how to maximize the rest of it


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