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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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Inside Veuve Clicquot’s Miami Carnaval With Ciara | W Magazine
Feb22

Inside Veuve Clicquot’s Miami Carnaval With Ciara | W Magazine

Believe it or not, there exists a place where people don’t care about fashion week or “Fall 2016″ and it’s called Miami Beach. Here, far beyond the walls of Milk Studios, the tides turned, the mojitos flowed, and the crowds shamelessly popped their polo shirt collars with abandon while the rest of the fashion establishment shivered in between shows and presentations. Ciara and models Nina Agdal and Chanel Iman were among those who...

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Tour Goran Dragic’s New $7.9 Million Miami Mansion | Miami New Times
Feb22

Tour Goran Dragic’s New $7.9 Million Miami Mansion | Miami New Times

The Miami Heat’s current star is moving on up to the east side with a deluxe mansion on the biscayne bay. Most Miami Heat stars opt for a Miami Beach mansion, a downtown condo, or an estate in Coconut Grove or Coral Gables. The team’s newest star, Goran Dragic, looked a bit farther north in his search for a permanent pad in the 305 and shelled out $7.9 million for a home in the Upper Eastside neighborhood of Bay Point. The...

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Q&A with Beacon Council’s Larry Williams: Sports, culture, transit key to luring businesses to Miami-Dade | Miami Herald
Feb22

Q&A with Beacon Council’s Larry Williams: Sports, culture, transit key to luring businesses to Miami-Dade | Miami Herald

In 2013, Larry K. Williams was named president and CEO of The Beacon Council, Miami-Dade’s economic development agency jointly funded by tax dollars and private funds. Source:...

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Steve Vai and Sebastian Bach Play Rush’s “Tom Sawyer”
Feb22

Steve Vai and Sebastian Bach Play Rush’s “Tom Sawyer”

Last Friday, guitar gods Steve Vai and Yngwie Malmsteen took part in the shred-heavy Guitar Gods Fesitval in Miami Beach, Florida. Among the other artists to perform were Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Gus G, bassist Rudy Sarzo, Iron Maiden drummer Nicko McBrain—and singer Sebastian Bach. Below, you can check out some decent-quality, fan-shot footage of Vai and Bach teaming up to play Rush’s “Tom Sawyer.” IMPORTANT: Vai...

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Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month recognized in South Florida – Sun Sentinel

Special needs children, teens and adults all shined at many activities that have taken place and continue this month in South Florida. Source:...

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