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CAMPING IN THE PARK RETURNS TO CORAL REEF PARK, FEB. 2-3
 

Palmetto Bay’s fourth annual Camping in the Park & Movie Night returns to Coral Reef Park on Saturday, Feb. 2, and Sunday, Feb. 3. The event has been popular and well attended in years past. “This is a unique chance to experience the beautiful surroundings at Coral Reef Park all day and all night,” said Kelly Craig, Palmetto Bay public information officer. “Our goal is to provide a fun, family-friendly experience for all ages... Read More »

 
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REVISITING PALMETTO BAY – STREET BY STREET
 

It doesn’t take much research to learn why families move to and stay in the Village of Palmetto Bay. Palmetto Bay, the Village of Parks, has always prided itself as a welcoming, small town, where residents are able to escape the stresses of everyday life and enjoy their families along with beautiful parks, amazing schools, and a plethora of recreational opportunities. Kayaking, yoga, team sports, run clubs; the list of fun things to do is long. As beautiful as our community is, there are opportunities for improvement. As I walked and drove the streets of our Village during the campaign listening to our residents, the one thing that resonated with me was people’s desire to maintain the fabric of our community; a village atmosphere that begets... Read More »

 
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SOMETHING TO LIGHT UP YOUR JANUARY, AND MORE…
 

Get your glow on… Palmetto Bay has something unusual scheduled this month. It’s the Glow Yoga by the Bay and is on Friday January 25 from 8 to 10 p.m. Picture a yoga event with glow in the dark accents. It includes a yoga class, glow bands and paint. There will be healthy food vendors and raffles. “Accessorizing with your own ‘glow’ is encouraged,” say village staffers. It’s for ages 13 and up and will take place at the Thalatta Estate, located at 17301 Old Cutler Road. Cost is $20 for online pre-registration... Read More »

 
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2019 FORD EDGE SUITED FOR AN URBAN-BASED, GEAR-HEAVY LIFESTYLE
 
The 2019 Ford Edge has a lot going for it. As a midsize SUV, it has two powerful engine options, a spacious cabin, and trim levels equipped to meet a variety of situations — ranging from family trips to the store to cruising along the highway. It’s a good blend of comfort and utility. The Edge’s last redesign was for the 2015 model year. While they didn’t make any major changes to the 2017 or 2018 Edge, the 2016 model gained the SYNC 3... Read More »
 
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THE JAN/FEB ISSUE OF INSPIRE HEALTH IS HERE
 
Miami's Community Newspapers is proud to announce another issue of its health magazine, Inspire Health, for January and February of this new year.

This special issue features Dr. Diego Tanio and a plethora of tips, tricks, and recipes to live your best life.


Click here to read the entire issue!
 
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GRANT MILLER'S BLOOPERS FROM OUR RECENT COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT VIDEOS
 
This just may be the best minute of your day... 

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XAVIER SUAREZ JUST RELEASED HIS NEWEST AROUND TOWN EPISODE!
 
Miami-Dade County Comissioner Xavier Suarez has just released the newest episode of Around Town...

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2019 COCONUT GROVE ARTS FESTIVAL PRELIMINARY OVERVIEW
 
Coconut Grove will be transformed into a quaint artistic village where visitors can meet many of the world’s most talented artists, and take home a timeless piece of art at the 56th annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival® February 16-18, 2019.  The festival’s 380 artists represent 14 categories including mixed media, painting... Read More »
 
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WHY YOU SHOULD LAUNCH A PODCAST IN 2019
 
I’m not sure about you, but I’m not running to my car to turn on the radio and listen to another, unsolicited ad. In fact, the more I think about, I’ve never been excited about hearing radios ads. I can’t say the same for the radio in general though, I mean, next to television is the main way of consuming music in the 80’s and ’90s. If you had told me back then that we would consume similar audio content on devices called smartphones, I would have…  Read More »
 
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PALMER TRINITY SCHOOL SCIENCE CLASSES USE QR CODES IN TREE IDENTIFICATION PROJECT
 

Palmer Trinity School (PTS) students recently completed a tree identification program that uses Quick Response (QR) codes to help educate the community and PTS visitors on the foliage found on campus. Palmer Trinity educators worked alongside Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden biologists to identify and record all the tree species within the school’s 60-acre campus. The trees of Palmer Trinity, which number more than 1000, are comprised of 76 species. More than one half of the tree species are native to South Florida; the remaining species hail from tropical climates around the world. Robert Moore, science department co-chair and science teacher, and middle school students tagged one tree from each of the 76 species on campus. Each unique QR code tag provides information on the tree... Read More »

 
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