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PUSH BUTTON DENTISTRY
 

For the uninitiated, the terms sound like high-tech products launched by Silicon Valley start-ups. In fact, they are among the latest dental procedures offered by Dr. Lawrence Lesperance in his South Gables dental practice. In addition to the most current technologies available in dentistry today, South Gables Dental also has in-office gum and root canal specialists−all combining to build... Read More »

 
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AROUND TOWN - AUGUST 2017
 
According to the city’s website, so far three candidates have registered and opened up campaign accounts to run for the upcoming South Miami election scheduled for the second Tuesday in February. Yes, folks only 5 months away. The candidates are current Mayor Phil Stoddard along with relatively new residents, Realtor Gary Robinson and Financial consultant, Marc Lago. No doubt developers have a lot at stake and are more than willing... Read More »
 
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SAFE SCHOOLS SOUTH FLORIDA GETS BACK-TO-BASICS TRAINING AT BOARD RETREAT
 

Talk about a cram session! Safe Schools South Florida’s (SSSF) Board of Directors recently joined together at an intensive, all-day planning retreat, by taking advantage of a professional Non-Profit Board Practices Training program provided by CenterLink. The group gathered to refresh its mission statement, its vision, to engage in exercises, and to make committee assignments as SSSF... Read More »

 
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FIU AWARDED $3.1 MILLION FOR RESEARCH THAT COULD SWAT ZIKA, MALARIA
 
Two grants totaling more than $3.1 million are helping researchers at FIU’s Biomolecular Sciences Institute wage war against Zika and malaria. Laura Serbus, assistant professor of biology, is using a three-year $650,000 National Science Foundation grant to model the growth of Wolbachia bacteria in fruit flies. Her work has the potential to help researchers find ways of... Read More » 
 
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FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES REMEMBER MIAMI HEALTHCARE CHAMPION BILL ENRIGHT
 

When William “Bill” Enright III died on June 8 of a rare cancer of connective tissues called liposarcoma, the 70-year-old left behind a legacy of healthcare development in Miami. Having spent 35 years with Baptist Health South Florida, one of his biggest achievements, according to The Miami Herald came in 1998. That year, Enright helped lead a $14-million expansion of South Miami Hospital... Read More »

 
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INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE
 

As we gather around the peace pole to observe International Day of Peace, it is very gratifying to know that people all around the world are celebrating a very important and meaningful day.  The United Nations created the day in 1981 to strengthen the ideals of peace among nations.  The main event that is being presented by the Miami Dade County Community Relations Board will take... Read More »

 
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GULLIVER SCHOOLS NAME CLIFTON L. KLING AS PRESIDENT AND CEO
 

Gulliver Schools, one of South Florida’s leading independent schools, announced today that it has appointed Clifton L. Kling as its first-ever President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Kling has served since 2014 as President of Jackson Academy, Mississippi’s largest independent school and a recognized leader in progressive private education, with 1,200 students in grades K3 through 12... Read More »

 
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Creative Vision Shapes A City
 
Often stories of incorporation start with settlers to an area with little to no government oversight. In recent history, such is the case in the western reaches of Miami-Dade... Read More »
 
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Firstservice Residential And Eisinger Brown Host Ron Book And Sen. Lauren Book
 
It was a powerhouse networking event when FirstService Residential and the law firm of Eisinger Brown Lewis Frankel & Chaiet hosted an Aventura Marketing Council... Read More »
 
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Brijesh P. Mehta, Md Recognized For Groundbreaking Work
 

Dr. Brijesh P. Mehta, Director of Stroke and Neurocritical Care in the Neuroscience Institute of Memorial Healthcare System, was recently honored as the 2017 recipient... Read More »

 
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Moonlight Concert Series Ready To Shine Again At The Barnacle In The Grove
 
After taking a short break over the hot summer, the party people at The Barnacle Historic State Park are ready to start jammin’ again. The Moonlight Concert Series kicks... Read More »
 
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Party-goers Earn $500 Discount When Booking Unique Brazilian Rain Forest Adventure
 
There is a once-in a-lifetime journey being planned that takes adventurers into the heart of the Amazon Rain Forest of Brazil. Join with expedition organizers on Aug... Read More »
 
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Chevrolet Bolt Ev 2017 Premier Sets High Standard
 
The Chevrolet Bolt EV 2017 is an electric car that overcomes the glaring problem among all electric cars — the issue of range. The majority of electric cars can’t go more... Read More »
 
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