The Miami Dolphins 2006 season has been almost all bad news, but who would have predicted this?
A fire completely destroyed the office building that houses Miami-based Dolphin Digest, the Dolphins team publication, early Tuesday morning.
No one was injured.
Curtis Publishing, which also publishes Steelers Digest, Eagles Insider, (Florida) Panthers Insider, as well as entertainment publications – Live on Stage and Unrestricted – has chronicled the Dolphins since 1972.
Cohen, a Plantation resident, said that he is looking for a new permanent site, but a few of his employees have temporarily relocated to the BankAtlantic Center.
It’s good no one was hurt, but do you think this fire should make the Dolphins’ highlight film for the year?
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