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CORAL GABLES SHOULDN’T PASS ON OPPORTUNITY TO FURTHER UPGRADE URBAN CORE
 

The City of Coral Gables likes to pride itself on its appearance. Before the exterior of a home can be painted, the color of the paint must be approved by the city. For more than 50 years, the city banned pickup trucks from parking out in the open overnight in residential areas. Its pride has a notable exception. The city operates two parking garages in the Miracle Mile area. The first is located behind the Miracle Theater at 245 Andalusia and the second is located one block west, at 345 Andalusia, across the street from Publix. For 20 years, the city and successive waves of... Read More »

 
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PUBLISHER GRANT MILLER VISITS THE CORAL GABLES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
 

In another episode of Grant Miller doing Grant Miller things, Grant visits one of his favorite spots in Coral Gables, the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce. He ran into Mark Trowbridge and the rest was history.

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JOE CAROLLO: THE ECZEMA OF MIAMI POLITICS
 

American publisher Elbert Hubbert once wrote: “Every tyrant who has lived has believed in freedom for himself.” A tyrant is a cancer; a petty tyrant is more like a rash, irritating, but eventually it fades and goes away. Joe Carollo has long been the eczema of Miami politics. Joe once was a member of the City of Miami Commission. Later, he became mayor, was succeeded by Xavier Suarez... Read More »

 
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BRAIN HEALTH IS THE NEW PHYSICAL FITNESS
 

It’s one of those rare and special moments. You’re sitting with your mother and she’s telling a glorious tale from her childhood. And despite the fact that the story is decades old, she recounts every vivid detail like it was yesterday. It’s a good day. Or so it would seem. As the conversation shifts to more recent memories, she struggles to remember the names of your kids, and your brother’s name,too. After a short while, she doesn’t even remember... Read More »

 
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CONGRESSWOMAN SHALALA SWORN IN DURING OFFICIAL FLORIDA CEREMONY AT UM
 

Newly elected Congresswoman Donna Shalala hosted her Florida swearing-in Jan. 13 in a ceremony at the University of Miami, during which she thanked the thousands of Floridians from across Florida’s 27th District who stood up and decided to fight for a brighter future for all. The historic event was broadcast live via on CNews Facebook from the Newman Alumni Center at the... Read More »

 
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FRAMES USA & ART GALLERY SHOWCASES WORLD FAMOUS PHOTOGRAPHER MATT STOCK “THE WILD OF THE EVERGLADES” EXHIBITION
 

Frames USA and Art Gallery, a local frame shop located in South Miami, invites local art and photography lovers to the Matt Stock: The Wild of the Everglades public event. Matt Stock will have his opening night on Friday, February 22, 2019. The talented photographer will showcase his unique signature style of Painting with Light in the Dark pieces. This unique process was inspired by the Renaissance painting technique sfumatto, the photographic zone... Read More »

 
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UNITED WAY, GIRL SCOUTS HONOR MLK THROUGH A DAY OF SERVICE
 
United Way of Miami-Dade honored Martin Luther King Jr. through volunteerism with a day of service on Saturday, Jan. 19. More than 130 volunteers rolled up their sleeves and got their hands dirty for a beautification project at Camp Mahachee, an 11-acre campsite where the Girl Scouts of Tropical Florida build leadership skills, and learn about teamwork and the outdoors. Camp... Read More »
 
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KEYS VISITOR SURVIVES HEART ATTACK THANKS TO UHEALTH HELICOPTER CARDIAC RESCUE PROGRAM
 

Cardiovascular expertise and training from Uhealth — the University of Miami Health System — helped save the life of a Maryland man spending the holidays in the Florida Keys. It was the day after New Year’s Day and Richard “Ricky” Bryan had been enjoying a weeklong camping and fishing trip with three of his closest friends. After some early-morning fishing, the group had returned to their Stock Island... Read More »

 
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