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Miami Beach Convention CenterThe Miami Herald , Dec 2
Maison & Objet, a Paris mainstay, thinks Miami will be its ticket to the U.S. and Latin American market.
A fire at the Miami Beach adult store Pleasure Emporium early Wednesday morning appeared to have been sparked by an electrical problem, acco... rding to a spokesman for Miami Beach Fire Rescue.
SurfsideThe Miami Herald , Nov 26
Women from The Shul in Surfside learn how to make challah and strengthen their bonds in the spiritual community
Miami BeachThe Miami Herald , Nov 25
Miami Beach’s new mayor, Philip Levine, officially took office Monday. Three new commissioners joined him.
Miami BeachThe Miami Herald , Nov 23
Philip Levine, Miami Beach’s new mayor may be the CEO of his own company, but running a major city isn’t always like running a... business.
Bal HarbourThe Miami Herald , Nov 21
Bal Harbour residents used to only have access to audio recordings of village council meetings, but now they’ll be able to watch live... and archived videos online.
Another South Beach property has joined the Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants fold.
Bay Harbor IslandsThe Miami Herald , Nov 21
The town of Bay Harbor Islands has new rules for how many units a residential building can have.
Black in TimeThe Miami Herald , Nov 20
In 1621 the residents of Plymouth Colony gathered to give thanks for their harvest in the New World. The actual day for the national celebra... tion has a storied past. According to records at the National Archives, the nation celebrated its first Thanksgiving under its new Constitution in 1789. Then, in 1863, President Abraham Lincoln made the traditional Thanksgiving celebration a nationwide holiday to be commemorated each year on the fourth Thursday of November. He later changed it to the last Thursday of November.
Miami BeachThe Miami Herald , Nov 20
Miami Beach’s new commission includes a majority that are political newcomers — and not a single Hispanic.
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