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  • People protest the proposed relocation of the Miami International Boat Show to Virginia Key

    An environmental protest that organizers said would draw thousands to Virginia Key in opposition to the Miami International Boat Show’s move to historic Marine Stadium mostly flopped Saturday, with only a few dozen people showing up to waive banners and holler at bicyclists and drivers passing along the Rickenbacker Causeway. Video by Peter Andew Bosch / Miami Herald staff

People protest the proposed relocation of the Miami International Boat Show to Virginia Key

An environmental protest that organizers said would draw thousands to Virginia Key in opposition to the Miami International Boat Show’s move to historic Marine Stadium mostly flopped Saturday, with only a few dozen people showing up to waive banners and holler at bicyclists and drivers passing along the Rickenbacker Causeway. Video by Peter Andew Bosch / Miami Herald staff
Peter Andew Bosch Miami Herald staff