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REMINDER REGARDING "THE FALLS" AREA INCORPORATION OPINION SURVEY
 

If you live within the proposed boundaries of "The Falls" incorporation area and are a registered voter, you should have received a survey in the mail. I encourage you to complete and mail it today. Please note that we have extended the deadline for receipt to November 3, 2017... Read More »
 
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WHAT IS GAINSWAVE™?
 

GAINSWave™ is a safe, pain-free and proven treatment to optimize sexual wellness and reverse the effects of erectile dysfunction due to poor blood flow. Over 80% of Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is caused by poor blood flow. GAINSWave utilizes high-frequency low-intensity sound waves to improve blood flow to the penis.  The sound waves repair aged blood vessel, stimulate the growth of new blood vessels and remove decades of micro plaque... Read More »

 
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EARN A MASTER’S DEGREE AS UNIQUE AS YOU ARE! ATTEND OUR OPEN HOUSE ON NOVEMBER 10TH AT THE CORAL GABLES CAMPUS
 

A liberal education opens the door to new ways of thinking. It brings with it, not just more information, but ways of understanding that information and putting it to work in real life and a vocation. Increasingly, one of the central problems in the business and professional world is how to handle new information, what to do with it, how to... Read More »

 
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ST. LAWRENCE STUDENTS CREATE IMPRESSIVE PROJECTS FOR THE SOCIAL STUDIES FAIR
 

Everyone at St. Lawrence School is tremendously proud of their middle school students for completing exceptional social studies projects. Mr. Christopher Souza, history teacher, stated, “The Social Studies Fair, asks students to investigate historically relevant places and landmarks. The students are then able to understand their location’s role in shaping history, and the continued impact it has on the world around them.”  Our school... Read More » 

 
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TOTALBANK FINANCES RETAIL REDEVELOPMENT IN ALLAPATTAH SPARKING NEIGHBORHOOD RENEWAL
 

TotalBank, Miami’s premier community bank, closed a multi-million-dollar loan to Wynwood West LLC to refinance an assemblage of retail properties located at 2800 NW Seventh Avenue in Miami’s burgeoning Allapattah neighborhood, adjacent to the popular Wynwood Arts District. The funds will be used for capital improvements to modernize the 37,458-square-foot block of retail space just west of I-95. The eclectic mix of tenants ranging from food and... Read More »

 
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ALL TIME HIGH: NEW POLL SHOWS TWO-THIRDS OF AMERICANS SUPPORT MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION
 

A record percentage of US adults, including majorities of Democrats, Independents, and for the first time ever, Republicans, believe that the adult use of marijuana should be legal, according to polling data released today by Gallup. Sixty-four percent of adults believe that “the use of marijuana should be made legal in the United States” — the highest percentage ever reported by Gallup since... Read More »

 
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JPMORGAN CHASE COMMITS $700,000 TO MDC FOR WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
 

JPMorgan Chase awarded Miami Dade College (MDC) $700,000 over two years to help hundreds of South Florida’s youth gain the skills needed to land jobs in information technology, trade and logistics. The check presentation took place at MDC’s Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 17. Each year, the new MDC-Career Connect initiative will provide fast-track training for 100 to 150... Read More »

 
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Commissioner Jordan’s Hispanic Heritage Celebration Draws Diverse Crowd
 

Performers dressed in vibrant-colored costumes paid homage to Venezuela and Colombia at Miami-Dade County Commissioner Barbara J. Jordan’s 11 annual Hispanic... Read More »

 
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Winners Announced In Contest To Spread The ‘Joy Of Voting’
 

Parades, street theater, open-air debates, festivals were once part of America’s culture of voting, and Citizen University aims to revive them. Citizen University and the John S... Read More »

 
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Renowned New York Attorney Mark Grossman Speaks To Rotarians
 

Mark Grossman, who lived for many years in Coal Gables, moved to new York City but returns to South Florida on a regular basis as a professional speaker and lawyer... Read More »

 
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Coral Gables Museum Exhibit Pairs Photography And Poetry
 
The Coral Gables Museum presents “Boundaries,” an original exhibit pairing the poems of inaugural poet Richard Blanco with the photography of artist Jacob Hessler, that... Read More »
 
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Interamerican Institute For Democracy Recognizes Dr. Aida Levitan With Award
 

Aida Levitan, PhD, U.S. Century Bank’s (USCB) board chair, recently received the prestigious Henri Dunant Award of the InterAmerican Institute for Democracy... Read More »

 
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The Astor Companies Tops Off Construction At Merrick Manor
 
Pioneering Miami developer The Astor Companies has topped off construction ahead of schedule at Merrick Manor, a luxury residential project rising in the heart of Coral Gables... Read More »
 
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