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OCEAN CADILLAC TRADITION OF LUXURY CONTINUES
 

Since the 1950s and long before the ritziest shops graced South Beach, Ocean Cadillac has been selling luxury on Miami Beach.  Today, the dealership remains a special place, offering the finest American luxury vehicles to discerning clients, who come to Ocean Cadillac from throughout South Florida for an unparalleled sales and service experience. The dealership was acquired in 2014 by Brickell Motors, the local dealership group which now boasts... Read More »

 
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OUR STATE SENATORS ARE DOING NOTHING TO SUPPORT JACKSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL!
 
On most issues decided by the Florida Legislature, the Republicans and Democrats withdraw to the furthest sides of the battlefield and snipe at each other. Partisans pick one side to support and one side to blame. This year is a little different. Both parties in the Florida Senate have united and are aiming their fire at Florida’s public hospitals. Private hospitals get most of their funding from wealthier patients with good, and even great, health insurance. The public hospitals, like Jackson Memorial here in Miami-Dade County, see a lower percentage of insureds, but take in the bulk of Florida’s Medicaid patients. Medicaid is... Read More »
 
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MIAMI BEACH: WAIVING ETHICS ORDINANCE IS WRONG
 
The only similarity between former Miami Beach City Commissioner Joy Malakoff and mega-financier Warren Buffet is their age.  He’s 87.  She’s 85. You’ll see why that’s relevant in a minute. Miami Beach is currently considering putting a referendum on the November 8th ballot fall that would allow the City to raise taxes to pay back a new series of bonds — GO BONDS — that would be used... Read More »
 
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BARRY UNIVERSITY HOSTS COLLEGE BRIDES WALK TO RAISE AWARENESS OF DOMESTIC AND DATING VIOLENCE
 

More than 1,000 South Florida college students, high school groups and community members are expected to show their support and participate in the Eighth Annual College Brides Walk on Feb. 23. The event, which commemorates the death of Gladys Ricart who was murdered by a jealous ex-boyfriend on her wedding day, raises awareness about... Read More »

 
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ONE YEAR AFTER LANDMARK LAW, MEDICAL MARIJUANA STILL AN UPHILL BATTLE
 

One year after Amendment 2 went into action, permitting the use of medical marijuana for qualifying patients, and Floridians are still having to jump through hoops to get medical marijuana. The law, which was voted on in November 2016, became effective in January 2017. Julie Anderson, manager of Certified Marijuana Doctors... Read More »

 
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