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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.

Population: 424662
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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Do you go for the kiss? In Miami, greeting a stranger is tricky

You stick your arm out, grasp the other person's hand, then you shake. Greeting strangers is simples - unless you're in Miami.

David Grutman Brings the LIV Experience to Gulfstream Park With Post Malone and Ludacris

Mention Hallandale Beach, the sleepy Broward city just over the line from Aventura, and it probably conjures up images of bagels, lox, and a giant statue of a winged horse defeating a dragon. You don't expect bottle service and hip-hop.

The future of Bitcoin in real estate is now

"While I predicted a Bitcoin-friendly future in Miami real estate, even I was shocked at how soon this historic transaction went from theory to reality," says Stephan Burke, who is a member of the Master Brokers Forum and is a Realtor-associate with Brown Harris Stevens. This past September, I wrote an article for Business Monday that described the concept of Bitcoin, touted its virtues for the purchase and sale of real estate, and singled out Miami as an ideal laboratory for this phenomenon.

Q100 Winter Escape Getaway

In Florida, even winter is packed full of moments of sunshine. Like feeling the ocean breeze or jumping into a spring that's 72 degrees all year round.

Man charged with 46 counts of child pornography

A 61-year-old man has been arrested on 46 child pornography counts after investigators allegedly found tens of thousands of files in his Dropbox account. The Miami-Dade Police Department arrested James Anthony Abravaya on Friday after executing a search warrant at his business, Sabana Windows located at 6801 NW 77th Avenue in Miami on Thursday.

Florida braces for impact of federal government shutdown

The world won't end if Washington can't find a way to pass a funding bill before this weekend. That's the truth about a government "shutdown": the government doesn't shut down.

Mall Grab Brings His Brand of Lo-Fi House Music to Floyd

For the last year or so, the electronic music glitterati have spent a considerable amount of time fussing over the phenomenon of lo-fi house , a sound defined by its adherence to the time-tested staples of house music big kicks, disco-influenced, soulful vocals while merging them with the gritty, muddy sound that inevitably emerges when aspiring bedroom producers neglect to polish their tracks to the standard of studio-produced work. Among the artists frequently mentioned is Mall Grab, the artistic moniker of 23-year-old Australian Jordon Alexander.

Costs are high, pay is low, but South Florida renters are satisfied, survey finds

More than 45,000 renters by took a survey that measured how satisfied they were in a variety of lifestyle categories. With just a few exceptions, South Florida communities rated highly.

A developer wanted to raze a 99-year-old Grove cottage. Then came a shocking ruling.

In lushly verdant Coconut Grove, where a wave of ungainly residential redevelopment has mowed down trees and homes by the score, at least one - late local legend Charlie Cinnamon's century-old cottage - is still standing, at least for now. To nearly everyone's surprise, the tiny wooden house has survived the first attempt at demolition by a developer.

The Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

The weekend means different things to different people. For some, a hard week at work means dancing and a few rounds of drinks with friends are in order.

Tigermilk Parties Bring Britpop Back to Miami at Las Rosas

Ignoring historical ties, the Brits have held a form of dominion over American ears since the first twang of Beatlemania in the spring of '64. You can pencil in any of the heavy hitters of Cool Britannia and find some rabid fanbase for British acts in the following decades.

If you're looking to learn something new, check out this ASK, University of Miami lecture series

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Miami is presenting an insightful lecture, "Russia, China & U.S. Relations," on Wednesday, January 24 from 10-11:30 a.m. in the Key Biscayne Community Center Lighthouse Room. It is part of a lecture series presented by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and the Active Seniors on the Key.

Red-light cameras could go dark in Florida under proposed bill

Red-light camera manufacturer American Traffic Solutions released a video showing some of the worst red light runners in Florida of 2016. Red-light camera manufacturer American Traffic Solutions released a video showing some of the worst red light runners in Florida of 2016.

A rendering of Naeem Khan's proposed Miami headquarters from architecture firm Arquitectonica.

New York designer Naeem Khan is moving his headquarters to Miami - and building a high school next door for students who want to study fashion. The school will sit on the Miami River next to Khan's proposed corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility and serve as an extension of Miami-Dade's popular Design and Architecture Senior High .

Miami already focused on affordable housing for West Grove residents

People must pay far too much for rent or a mortgage in Miami, forcing residents to spend a disproportionate amount of their income on basic housing needs. For millennials, this might mean that they must delay the time frame in which they can afford to move out of their parents' home or decide to move to other, more affordable, cities.

Miami's Haitians, Used to Being Shunned, Rally After Trump Slight

When Jacques Despinosse lost a primary for the Florida House of Representatives in the 1990s, he chalked up his drubbing to the skepticism many voters had for candidates from what was then a relatively small Haitian diaspora. But since then, Haitian-American politicians have made one electoral stride after another in the state, winning commission seats in the counties encompassing greater Miami, representation in the Legislature, the mayoralty of the city of North Miami and coveted judgeships.

Why the fate of Dreamers is fueling talk of a government shutdown in Washington

Maria Rodriguez, director of the Florida Immigrant Coalition, leads a group of Dreamers, TPS holders, elected officials, faith leaders, labor, and community organizations attending a rally to defend the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in front of the MDC Freedom Tower in Miami, on Sept. 05, 2017.

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