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MAYOR’S MESSAGE: BE PREPARED!
 
Last August was the 25th Anniversary of Hurricane Andrew. During that week I had the honor of meeting Bryan Norcross who talked our community through that storm in 1992. His message was simple and clear…”be prepared and have a plan”.  Just a few weeks later, we were all facing the prospect of another category 5 hurricane coming ashore in South Florida.  Several days out, when we looked... Read More »
 
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SOUTH FLORIDA REHAB CENTER: PHYSICAL THERAPY WITH A FAMILY FEEL
 

Inside all of us is a drive to be better, to push ourselves physically, to challenge our abilities. It may be in the form of a walk, a game of basketball, or completing an Iron Man but every single day we hear a little voice in our heads screaming for more. Until one day the unimaginable happens, until one day, we get hurt. It’s every athletes worst nightmare, taking time away from what they eat, sleep... Read More »

 
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WHAT IS A WHITE PAPER—AND WHY SHOULD I WRITE ONE?
 

Remember those nights when you stayed up until 3 a.m., quarantined in your university dorm room, writing 15-page research papers about books you barely understood? In those moments, you likely wondered: What is it all for? How can this possibly help me in the real world? Well, if you’re tasked with writing a white paper, then penning that college research paper may prove more beneficial than you first suspected.  What is a white paper?  The definition varies slightly depending on the business you’re in—government, tech, health care—but in the marketing world, a white paper is an authoritative and detailed report on a particular topic. Academic in nature, these professional... Read More »

 
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THE UNLIKELY POLITICIAN
 
South Florida as a melting pot isn’t a new concept. For most who have grown up here, or have children in area schools, seeing (or being a part of) families that merge religions, ethnicities and skin colors is par for the course. But Miami Beach Commissioner Kristen Rosen Gonzalez can trump them all. “My father was Jewish, my mother was Southern Baptist and I married a Catholic from Argentina... Read More »
 
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PANTER, PANTER, & SAMPEDRO AWARDS TWO STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS
 

Panter, Panter & Sampedro (PPS) is proud to announce that it has awarded Patricia Manning of Miami Killian Senior High and Alexa Drucker of Miami Palmetto Senior High School each with a $1,000 scholarship. The students received the awards during ceremonies at their respective schools. Manning was honored as the winner of Killian’s annual Lorraine Silverstein Award, named after a law studies teacher at the school. Drucker was chosen as​​... Read More »

 
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INTERNATIONAL FINANCE BANK OFFERS INTERNATIONAL SCOPE WITH A LOCAL TOUCH
 
In its 36 years serving South Florida, International Finance Bank has steadily perfected balancing tailored domestic and international banking solutions while flourishing in an increasingly global market. A significant source of the bank’s success, according to IFB President and CEO Jose E. Cueto, is its personalized approach to... Read More »
 
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WHEN WILL WE FIX MATHESON HAMMOCK?
 
This is usually an art column, but this one is about the art of ugliness and neglect. These times provoke unprecedented anger and frustration yielding this refrain: how did we get here? My question is this: if government is the problem, not the solution, who is charged to solve our public issues? Citizens deserve parks, gardens, beaches, playgrounds, and other places where we can escape the dusty... Read More »
 
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