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GRANT MILLER VISITS THE MANDELSTAM SCHOOL DURING THEIR INTERVIEW WITH AN ASTRONAUT
 


Grant Miller and the Miami's Community Newspapers crew visits The Mandelstam School during their interview with an astronaut on the International Space Station... Watch Now »

 
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HANDLING MARKET VOLATILITY
 
Conventional wisdom says that what goes up must come down, but even if market volatility is seen as a normal occurrence, it can be tough to handle when money is at stake. Though there is no foolproof way to handle the ups and downs of the stock market, the following common-sense tips can help. 1. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket
Diversification is the key to managing market volatility. Spreading assets across a variety of investments such as stocks, bonds, and cash alternatives can help reduce overall risk. While diversification does not guarantee the elimination of market loss, it helps to balance declines in one type of asset with gains in another. 2. Focus on the forest, not on the trees As the market goes up and down... Read More »
 
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MOJITO GRILL TO OPEN IN PINECREST
 

PINECREST, Fla. – Nov. XX, 2018 – After 20 years in South Miami, Mojito Grill will open its first storefront restaurant in Pinecrest on Monday, December 3, 2018. The new location will feature the same fast-casual Cuban comfort food as the original restaurant along with new menu items including a Mojito Lite bowl, local beer selections, and a signature Mojito Cocktail. “I spend most of my time in Pinecrest and always crave a cafecito break,” said Owner Pierre... Read More »

 
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PALMETTO HIGH HOSTS JR. ORANGE BOWL BASKETBALL
 

The Boys and Girls Jr. Orange Bowl Basketball Tournament comes back to Miami Palmetto High School December 27 – 29, 2018. Of the 16 teams participating, there will be teams traveling from out of town such as FSU High School as well as several local teams including the girls’ teams from Gulliver Prep, Miami Sr.High, and Ferguson as well as the boys teams from South Miami, Miami Palmetto Sr. High and Schoolhouse Prep. JOBC Basketball Chair... Read More »

 
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MIAMI'S COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT:
DOCTORS MEDICAL RENTALS
 
Miami's Community Newspapers Business Spotlight presents DMR, located in Doral!

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IN 2019, HEALTH CARE COMPANIES MUST PRIORITIZE BRANDING
 

Is your hospital on Facebook? Whether you’ve “liked” it or not, the likelihood is that your local health care center is active on social media—Twitter, Instagram, perhaps even Snapchat. Doctors, specialists, pharmacies, rehab centers, and assisted living facilities are all upping their online presence, posting patient success stories and wellness articles in order to attract new customers... Read More »

 
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POSITIVE PEOPLE IN PINECREST : JULIA DAMSKI
 
Miami Palmetto High School senior Julia Damski is president of her Beth Am youth group, BAFTY. In that role, she leads the planning and execution of a 5K run to raise money for Camp Jenny, a Memorial Day sleep away camp for underprivileged children in Atlanta. "Last year we raised around $7,000,” she says. She’s organized the 5K for two years. “We have it on the first weekend in March,” she says. “To send one kid to camp, it costs $500. We try to send around 150 kids.” The teens involved in Camp Jenny raise the money for the kids to attend the camp. “The camp is an incentive to work hard at school,” she says. “The kids are motivated to get good grades and have good behavior all year.”... Read More »
 
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POSITIVE PEOPLE IN PINECREST : LEONARDO BONANNO
 
Most of us can’t solve a Rubik’s Cube. But Gulliver Prep senior Leonardo Bonanno can. He even enters competitions. “I went to the US Nationals,” he says. “I got tenth place in the one-handed division and tenth in Megaminx – it’s a different cube that has 12 sides. It takes a whole different set of algorithms.” He’s also attended the Cubing Knights competition at the University of Central Florida. Until recently, there were no competitions in Florida, although the cubing community is growing. Last May, he hosted a Rubik’s Cube competition at Gulliver. There were 70 participants and more than 100 guests and spectators. “I wanted to hold one (competition) for the first time and hold it for the community down here,” he says. “It was on official competition recognized by the World Cubing... Read More »
 
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