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MIAMI BEACH POLLUTION IS CREATING A SILENT TIDE IN OUR BISCAYNE BAY
 
Rachel Carson wrote Silent Spring more than 56 years ago. In this landmark work of environmental writing, she described how the use of chemicals by farmers, including DDT, had the consequence of wiping out the population of birds. And because no species exists entirely by itself, the death of birds and a spring devoid of birdsong, meant the coming destruction of our environment. Miami Beach has brought a silent tide to Biscayne Bay... Read More »
 
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CALLING ALL KIDS FOR THE BEST EGG HUNT EVER!
 

With spring in the air and children’s imaginations filled with visions of life size bunnies and chocolate eggs, we invite you and your family to brace yourselves for a day of mayhem and madness at Pinecrest Gardens’ Annual Eggstravaganza presented by Williamson Automotive on March 24, from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Be part of Miami’s most exciting and activity-filled day for kids. We’re not bragging... Read More »

 
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US STORAGE CENTERS OPENS NEWEST FACILITY SERVING SOUTH DADE COMMUNITIES
 
US Storage Centers celebrated the grand opening of is newest self-storage facility, March 21 – conveniently serving the South-Dade communities of Pinecrest, Palmetto Bay, and Kendall, from its location flanking the US-1/Busway at 13301 SW 87th Avenue.  Joining corporate management and staff at the 166,000 sq-ft- storage facility was a cast of local dignitaries that included County Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava, Greater... Read More »
 
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FIU STUDENT USING HER CLOTHING COMPANY TO BETTER OUR BEACHES
 
A 21-year-old Miami native plans to use her new clothing company to help clean up beaches and spread environmental awareness. Gabrielle Moya, a management and marketing student at Florida International University, grew up developing a love for the ocean during family trips to the Keys and Bahamas. She now is combining that love and her desire to be an entrepreneur with a nautically themed apparel business she will use to sponsor... Read More »
 
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MORRIS & REYNOLDS INSURANCE HOSTS NATIONAL BENEFIT ADVISORS NETWORK CONFERENCE
 
This year’s conference marked the first time that BAN has held its meeting in Florida and, by all accounts, was considered “a smashing success.” The prestigious event had record attendance consisting of about 500 industry leading professionals who gathered to learn and share ideas related to the rapidly evolving world of employee benefits. Following a lively video showcasing Miami’s top attractions, the conference kicked off with a welcome address...Read More »
 
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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S MONTH HAS ENDED, BUT THE FIGHT MUST CONTINUE
 
Susan B. Anthony, Ida B. Wells, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Rose Schneiderman, Harriet Tubman, Dolores Huerta, Malala Yousafzai  – all women who have left a lasting impression in our society through powerful movements. Now coined as the “Year of the Woman”, 2018 has given women a platform and a voice that will forever change America’s social and political landscape. Today, more than ever, women are demanding a seat at the table, not only because it is just, but because it is common sense... Read More »
 
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KILLIAN STUDENTS PERFORM ADMIRABLY AT DISTRICT CONSTITUTIONAL COMPETITION
 
Congratulations to Miami Killian Senior High, which earned second place this year in the annual We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution district finals. The group of 22 juniors and seniors, led by social studies teacher Amy Lander-Rolon, competed with groups from other schools in the district by proving their comprehension... Read More »
 
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ATHLETES SHOULD NOT BE FORCED TO ATTEND COLLEGE
 

Academics and proper education is definitely something that people should prioritize in life, as it is the backbone of our nation’s future success. Without our youth being knowledgeable, intelligent, and educated, America would be in for a rude awakening as the younger generation grows into adulthood. But there are also a great number of career paths that don’t really require a traditional academic education. For example, actors, musicians, photographers, painters, and comedians don’t particularly... Read More »

 
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