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Incredible footage shows die-hard stunt cyclist battling 140mph winds biking through flooded Miami streets during Hurricane Irma

Incredible footage shows a die-hard cyclist biking through the flooded streets of Miami during Hurricane Irma. Lucas Brunelle, 46, is the famed American videographer of bicycling stunts and races who went straight into the storm to catch the tailwind for a thrill ride. Video taken from a fellow biker’s helmet shows Brunelle zooming through the streets with 140mph tailwinds. Brunelle posted the video to Instagram for his 65,000...

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Despite Rising Seas and Bigger Storms, Florida’s Land Rush Endures – The New York Times

MIAMI — Florida was built on the seductive delusion that a swamp is a fine place for paradise. The state’s allure — peddled first by visionaries and hucksters, most famously in the Great Florida Land Boom of the 1920s — is no less potent today. Only, now there is a twist: Florida is no longer the swampy backwater it once was. It is the nation’s third most populous state, with 21 million people, jutting out precariously into the heart...

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Irma brings Miami’s bustling ‘Wall Street of the South’ to a halt | Fox Business

Miami’s financial district, known as the “Wall Street of the South,” remained a ghost town Monday after Hurricane Irma brought flooding to the downtown banking hub. Images from Brickell Avenue in Miami showed water flowing down the street Sunday, as the storm slammed Florida with high winds and severe storm surges. A long list of banks, wealth managers, private-equity firms and hedge firms call Brickell and downtown Miami home....

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Video Of Miami During Hurricane Irma Is Frightening

The University of Miami won’t be having classes for at least a week and it seems unlikely that the Hurricanes are going to be hosting any games at home for a while. Here’s a look at what it’s been like in Miami today.  This video is frightening. Source:...

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The Woman’s Club of Coconut Grove marks 125th anniversary, member Miami’s Community News

Members of the Woman’s Club of Coconut Grove unanimously elected Kathy Kesler as its 125th club member at its Dec. 1 membership meeting. “We are so pleased to welcome Kathy as our 125th member during this memorable 125th anniversary year,” said club president Marlene Erven. “The club has also reached what is thought to be its highest number of member in its history with 127 members.” Kesler, a resident of Coconut Grove, is the founder...

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His Bahamian family helped settle Coconut Grove. George Walker Jr. dies at 94 | Miami Herald

George Eugene Walker Jr., a New York bus driver born in Coconut Grove in 1922 to a family of Bahamian settlers, left his mark in the historic Miami city, said activist and historian Thelma Gibson. Source:...

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