Arts: Water Dance!

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Events Use Power of the Arts to Bring Environmental Awareness. Water. Particularly in South Florida, it surrounds us and mandates – if not … [Read more...]

News: Help the City of Miami Beach Choose Centennial Logo

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Miami Beach will celebrate its 100th birthday on March 26, 2015, and preparations are already underway. As part of the roll-out for its centennial, … [Read more...]

News: These Are America’s 10 Most Dangerous Suburbs

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Miami Beach is Number Three according to Real Estate Website. There’s a perception that suburbs are safer that their big city neighbors, but the … [Read more...]

North Shore Library Demolition an Urban Myth

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Rumors of the demise of the North Shore Library in Miami Beach have been greatly exaggerated, reaching the point of "urban myth" according to one … [Read more...]

News: Gay Mr. America to Celebrate BodyBuilding Winners at Pumped

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In a city where everybody takes pride in his or her body, what is the recipe to create the ultimate showcase? Sprinkle a little glitz and glam on top … [Read more...]

News: Miami Beach Mayor Honors Volunteers that Serve Special Needs Population

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As Part of Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service, April 1. Mayor Philip Levine joined more than 1,000 mayors across the country for the … [Read more...]

News: Women Dressed in Red to March on Lincoln Road

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As Part of National Pay Equity Day. In recognition of National Equal Pay Day, join the members of the Miami Beach Commission for Women and other … [Read more...]

Arts: O, Miami!

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City Becomes Canvas for Literary Arts in April. If event organizers have their way, Miami-Dade County will become a canvas for the literary arts … [Read more...]

News: Bay Harbor Islands Seats Stay with Incumbents

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In a three man race for two seats, Vice-Mayor Jordan W. Leonard was reelected to a four year term, and Councilman Joshua Fuller was allowed to finish … [Read more...]