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As Miami boat show launches at Miami Marine Stadium, historic structure languishes

As the Miami International Boat Show makes a splashy debut at its expansive new Virginia Key home this weekend, the site’s centerpiece — the historic, iconic Miami Marine Stadium — remains just as it has been for the past 23 years: shuttered and vandalized, the dramatic over-the-water grandstand and its soaring, folded-concrete roof serving as no more than a canvas for graffiti.

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Miami International Boat Show: Showtime

Miami International Boat Show just added six express buses from the Yachts Miami Beach show on Collins

Early arrivers arrived by shuttle, prepaid parking and Uber

Water taxis are still running slow — expect delays

By summer, 1,000 Miami-Dade cops may don body cameras

Miami-Dade mayor details plans in forum with U.S. attorney general

Gimenez: Rollout, among largest in U.S., would show what officers ‘do right’

A settlement between the city of Miami and Justice should go to a vote next month

By summer, 1,000 Miami-Dade cops may don body cameras

Miami-Dade mayor details plans in forum with U.S. attorney general

Gimenez: Rollout, among largest in U.S., would show what officers ‘do right’

A settlement between the city of Miami and Justice should go to a vote next month

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Flashback Miami

Pan American Airlines

On Oct. 28, 1927, a small wood-and-fabric plane rolled down a dirt runway in Key West, lifted off and headed for Havana to make the first scheduled international flight of a U.S. airline. It was made by a fledgling firm called Pan American Airways. Though it would later be based in New York City, its links to South Florida were strong, and its presence boosted the world's awareness of Miami.

View the photos at Flashback Miami

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Andres Oppenheimer

The Oppenheimer Report: Trump’s $8 billion wall hoax

At long last, Donald Trump has disclosed how much it would cost to build his proposed wall with Mexico

Contrary to Trump’s assertions, the number of undocumented migrants in the United States has fallen

A wall would not stop about 40 percent of undocumented migrants who fly into the United States and overstay their visas

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