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CAROLLO ANTICS MAY COST CITY OF MIAMI UP TO $40 MILLION
 

Ever heard of “Rolling Loud?” Well, you’re about to – either on stage or in a big court battle with the City of Miami. A huge music festival with some of the biggest names in hip-hop may be cancelled at the last minute due to the antics of City Commissioner Frank Carollo. Which begs the question: What’s really going on here? Why is this concert being treated any differently than other concerts and festivals at Bayfront Park? Maybe the Bayfront Park Management Trust will clear that question up for us this week when Read More »

 
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ALFA ROMEO GIULIA: HIGH-PERFORMANCE SPORTS SEDAN WITH SEX APPEAL
 

The 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is a high-performance sports sedan that boasts a whole lot of sex appeal. With a zero to 60 mph time at an impressive 3.6 seconds, the Giulia truly lives up to its reputation of a pure performance car. Inside the beautiful and curvaceous Giulia is an equally as appealing modern interior. Sitting in the Giulia feels a bit low but the adjustable Read More »

 
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MINORITY STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHY NOW ON EXHIBIT AT HISTORYMIAMI MUSEUM DOWNTOWN
 

Students from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center (MSDBNC) and their families are attending an opening gallery reception this Sunday, April 2, 2017 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm in the HistoryMiami Museum. The gallery will showcase photos by kids ages 8-12 from the Miami Children’s Initiative in Liberty City and the START Program of West Coconut Grove. The photos were Read More »
 
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JUNIOR ORANGE BOWL HOSTS MAD HATTER THEMED GALA
 
The Junior Orange Bowl recently celebrated its third annual gala. The event took place in Brickell City Centre’s EAST Miami Hotel. The 2017 affair, hosted by Craig Stevens, had a whimsical and elegant appeal, with guest adorning their attire with creative and classic top hats. This year’s gala chair Ana Rivera, Gala Committee, board of directors, and executive director Jessica Cerda-Antomarchi Read More »
 
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THOUSANDS TO JOIN ‘MARCH FOR SCIENCE MIAMI’ IN A GLOBAL DAY OF ACTION
 
There is a major movement afoot to demonstrate that science is a living endeavor being done by real people here in Miami. On Earth Day, April 22, scientists, educators, students, and families that support scientific research and evidence-based policies will take a public stand and be counted at The March For Science Miami (MFSM) in Downtown Miami, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.​Read More »
 
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