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CORAL GABLES HOSPITAL FIRST IN MIAMI-DADE TO ACHIEVE DESIGNATION
 

Coral Gables Hospital receives The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for its Total Hip Replacement and Total Knee Replacement by demonstrating compliance with The Joint Commission’s national standards for health care quality and safety in disease-specific care.  The certification standardizes care for all hip and knee replacement patients based on effective and consistent use of appropriate, evidence-based clinical practice from pre-surgical consultation to education following discharge. “To be the first Read More »

 
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MIAMI LAB’S NEW TEST PROVIDES ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS OF PRENATAL HEALTH
 
For most couples, expecting a child is one of life’s most thrilling moments. The anticipation can also leave expecting parents filled with dread. There’s the concern about the health of the developing fetus-particularly among those of advanced maternal age as well as avoiding unnecessary testing for both mother and fetus. By determining fetal abnormalities that may or may not exist, verifi®, a non-invasive prenatal test by CBS Labs in Miami, is at the leading edge of advanced medical diagnostic Read More »
 
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UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI’S MASTER OF LIBERAL STUDIES PROGRAM (MALS)
 

The University of Miami proudly presents the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Program for students who wish to develop critical awareness of their surroundings and answer the ever-present questions of life. We invite everyone to explore our website, view the video and/or attend our 25th Anniversary Open House on March 26, 2017.  For all that you’ve dreamed about learning, the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Program provides the environment to discover Read More »

 
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MIAMI-DADE COUNTY YOUTH FAIR SIGNS WITH WORLD’S LARGEST MOBILE AMUSEMENT COMPANY THROUGH 2020
 

 North American Midway Entertainment, the specialist provider of rides, food and games, has received an extension of its contract scheduled to end in 2017 that will run through the 2020 Miami-Dade County Youth Fair & Exposition. “We have been partners with the Miami-Dade County Youth Fair & Exposition since 1979,” said Danny Huston, president of North American Midway Read More »

 
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PRP GETS AFFILIATED HEALTHCARE PATIENTS ‘BACK IN THE GAME,’ FAST AND SURGERY-FREE
 

You don’t have to follow Kobe Bryant, Dwayne Wade, and Tiger Woods to Germany anymore for advanced treatment of traumatic injury,” says Dr. Barry Burak F.A.C.C., Chiropractic Physician, founder and CEO of Affiliated Healthcare Centers. That’s because the very same platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment that celebrities Read More »

 
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 An all-female team working to restore dignity to millions of women refugees around the world was in Boston March 3-5 pitching its idea as part of the 2017 Hult Prize, the world’s largest student competition. While the four FIU students narrowly missed making the final round of the annual global competition that awards $1 million in seed funding to the winning team, the team left Boston with Read More »

 
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DON SLESNICK INSTALLED AS PRESIDENT AND CHAIR OF ORANGE BOWL COMMITTEE
 

Don Slesnick was installed recently as the Orange Bowl Committee’s 79th president and chair at Riviera Country Club in Coral Gables. Slesnick has been a member of the Orange Bowl Committee (OBC) since 1997 and succeeds immediate past president and chair Michael Chavies. Slesnick will oversee the committee’s continued commitment to the South Florida community Read More »

 
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RESTORATION UNDERWAY AT CITY’S HISTORIC PLAZAS AND ENTRANCES
 

If you’ve noticed the orange barrier fencing mesh around the city’s historic plazas and entrances, it is for a very good reason. The historic plazas and entrances of Coral Gables, built in the early 1920s and so important to the city’s architectural heritage, are being restored. Approximately $1.6 million is being funded for the restoration of Granada Plaza, Granada Entrance, Balboa Plaza Read More »

 
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ALS (LOU GEHRIG’S DISEASE), BENEFIT AT GALLERY ART, MARCH 30
 

GALLERY ART, an 8,000 square foot showroom in the Promenade Shops of Aventura, will be hosting a benefit for ALS, (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), on Thursday, March 30th from 5:30PM to 8:30PM. Ken Hendel and sister Amy Hendel, owners of Gallery Art, are honoring their brother, Stu, who was recently diagnosed with ALS. The event’s purpose is to spread awareness about the disease and raise funds for ALS Worldwide, a nonprofit organization that Read More »

 
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MIAMI-DADE ANIMAL SERVICES TO HOST COMMUNITY CAT WELFARE LECTURE
 

Feral and free-roaming cats can be found in almost every community throughout South Florida. In an effort to raise awareness on the free-roaming cat population, Miami-Dade Animal Services (Animal Services) will host the Community Cat Welfare Lecture on Thursday, March 16, 2017 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Pet Adoption and Protection Center located at 3599 NW 79 Avenue, Doral, FL 33122. Presented by Dr. Julie Levy from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, the Community Cat Welfare Lecture will discuss more about community cats, their well-being and targeted sterilization through Read More »

 
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Annexation Of Little Gables, High Pines And Ponce-Davis To City
 

The Coral Gables City Commission received a report at its last meeting regarding the annexation process of Little Gables, High Pines and Ponce-Davis to the city. The city is Read More »

 
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The Melissa Institute Shares Theme Of ‘peace, Harmony, Moonlight,’ At Fairchild Tropical Gardens Fundraiser
 
The Melissa Institute, a Miami-based nonprofit dedicated to the study and prevention of violence through education, community service, research support, and Read More »
 
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A Brotherhood That Fosters Pride, Dedication To FIU
 
FIU brought them together, and Greek life made them brothers. And because they attribute their success to FIU, they all believe in the value of giving back to the university. Read More »
 
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Midtown’s Bitter Truth Created By Cocktail Cooperative Masterminds
 
Since late 2016, Cocktail Cooperative is a business group that believes in the relationship between experience, talent and mastery of the craft cocktail. The Cocktail Read More »
 
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Coral Reef’s William Gilmore Selected To Attend Disney Dreamers Academy
 
Coral Reef Senior High School’s William Gilmore, a graduating senior in the Engineering Technology Academy, was selected as an official winner of the 2017 Disney Read More »
 
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Minority Chamber Offers ‘roadmap To Success’ At Women’s Leadership Conference, March 17 In Doral
 
The Minority Chamber of Commerce will offer a road map to success through leadership skills building and by offering business development tools and networking at the 2017 Read More »
 
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Just like Horace, the city should set a goal for success
 
Well, it’s official. The former – yes, the very former mayor – Horace Feliu is running again. “What?!” Some may ask, “he’s actually gonna give it a shot?” Yes, he surely is. Read More »
 
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Coral Gables Hospital honors retired fire chief
 
Coral Gables Hospital recently presented Marc Stolzenberg, retired fire chief for the City of Coral Gables, with a plaque in recognition of his many years of service. Read More »
 
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Film director Bogdanovich attends local premiere of documentary
 
Famed film director Peter Bogdanovich attended the Miami premiere of One Day Since Yesterday: Peter Bogdanovich and the Lost American Film, a documentary about Read More »
 
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