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Known as The Gateway to the Americas, Miami is an international center for entertainment, education, media, music, fashion, film, culture, print media, and the performing arts. Miami's central business district is home to the largest concentration of international banks in the U.S. Additionally, the Port of Miami is one of the leading cruise ship passenger ports in the world in both passenger traffic and cruise lines.
Local Newspapers: The Miami Herald El Nuevo Herald
Local Sports Teams: Miami Dolphins (NFL) Miami Heat (NBA) Florida Marlins (MLB) Florida Panthers (NHL)
Local Colleges: University of Miami Barry University Carlos Albizu University Florida International University
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JUNE 16: U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio speaks ahead of President Donald Trump announcing policy changes he is making toward Cuba at the Manuel Artime Theater in the Little Havana neighborhood on June 16, 2017 in Miami, Florida. The President will re-institute some of the restrictions on travel to Cuba and U.S. business dealings with entities tied to the Cuban military and intelligence services.The Best Miami-Made Gifts for Foodies
By this point, you've likely reached the precipice of a full-blown anxiety attack while trying to shop for all the people on your "nice" list. This year, avoid the retail war zones and shop local.Grab Your Beards and Beers: SantaCon Hits South Florida This Weekend
Regardless of what the jingles have been telling you since Thanksgiving, the most wonderful time of the year is actually this weekend. SantaCon and all of its drunken cheer will take place Saturday, December 16. A quick refresher: SantaCon is a worldwide event - started in San Francisco in 1994 - that has evolved into a famous bar crawl.Israeli consul general reflects on Trump's Jerusalem decision
President Trump's recent recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital was the main topic of conversation during a recent American Jewish Committee event in Aventura. President Trump's recent recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital was the main topic of conversation during a recent American Jewish Committee event in Aventura.Commissioner draws heat for praising a the birth of our King, Jesusa in Christmas letter
Miami-Dade Commissioner Javier Souto, leaning forward to speak during a commission meeting, is facing criticism for celebrating "our King, Jesus" in an official letter to constituents wishing them a Merry Christmas. Miami-Dade Commissioner Javier Souto, leaning forward to speak during a commission meeting, is facing criticism for celebrating "our King, Jesus" in an official letter to constituents wishing them a Merry Christmas.Knife-wielding robber loses fistfight with intended victim
Broward Sheriff's Office detectives are asking for the public's help in identifying the robber who attacked a man with a knife and attempted to steal his car last week in a Tamarac store's parking lot. The robber was captured by the store's security cameras.How safe is your childa s school zone? This map will show you.
School for Advanced Studies student Mark Merwitzer, at his school on Wednesday, March 8, 2017, was leading efforts to lobby for a bill that would make it easier for police to pull drivers over for texting. A new data study by 1Point21Interactive found that the school had the most car crashes within 500 feet of its doors in Florida in 2016.Watch crook struggle to lift heavy gate motor in Miami
The city of Miami Police department is asking the publics' help in identifying a man captured on camera struggling to take a motorized gate motor at the Haitian Cultural Center in Miami on Nov. 15, 2017. The city of Miami Police department is asking the publics' help in identifying a man captured on camera struggling to take a motorized gate motor at the Haitian Cultural Center in Miami on Nov. 15, 2017.Artees Corp Shares Must-Have Custom Products for the Holidays
Artees Corp, an online custom t-shirt design and printing company , announces the deadline for holiday printing. Customers must place their order by December 15th to receive their order in-time for the holidays.Merry LITmas: The Top Ten Holiday Parties in Miami
The recent dip in temperature must have tipped you off: It's coquito season in South Florida. It wouldn't be the holidays in the Magic City without some homemade coquito.White North Miami Cop Sues for Race Discrimination After Black Officers Promoted
The North Miami Police Department's interim chief, Larry Juriga, claimed in a lawsuit two years ago that the police department "discriminated" against him for being a "white redneck." As ridiculous as that claim might be, it seems another NMPD officer is so incensed about racial diversity in the department that he's filed his own lawsuit: Sgt.The Five Best Miami Pop-Ups That Are Still Open
The concept of a temporary restaurant dates to at least the 1960s. In supper clubs and closed-door restaurants, chefs cooked off-the-wall meals for in-the-know customers, sometimes in the chefs' homes.Q&A: Matt Shpiner speaks about ongoing Hurricane Irma recovery process
It's been more than three months since South Florida, including the University of Miami, was ravaged by Hurricane Irma, leading to a disrupted fall 2017 academic calendar and extensive recovery efforts. Months later, Director of Emergency Management Matthew Shpiner describes the university's ongoing recovery process.Where to Dine in Coconut Grove Right Now
In the 1960s, the village of Coconut Grove was a hub for artists and musicians. Today, it's a haven for sought-after real estate, swanky boutiques, and delicious restaurants.Family-friendly things to do: Holiday concerts and festivities
The world's largest Christmas theme park, a must-see for kids of all ages, celebrates its 35th year with its millions upon millions of dazzling lights, more than 100 rides , festive music, great food, and South Florida's tallest Christmas tree. Details: 5 p.m.-midnight daily, running through Jan. 7, at Santa's Enchanted Forest , 7900 SW 40th St., Miami; www.santasenchantedforest.com; $33.78-$44.79.Herea s how to shut down the internet: Snip undersea fiber-optic cables
A crewman pulls on undersea cable that will be laid in the Caribbean in this 2001 photo from the Port of Miami. The crewman stands in a cable well holding 120 miles of cable.Miami Jewish Film Festival Announces 2018 Line-Up
Art Basel may be over, but Miami's next cultural festival isn't far off. The Miami Jewish Film Festival will return this January for its 21st year.
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