Manny Prieguez Jr. holds two Florida lobsters in 2008. His family is selling its wholesale lobster & stone crab business on the Miami River, potentially complicating plans to replace the Southwest First Street Bridge (seen in the background.)
Manny Prieguez Jr. holds two Florida lobsters in 2008. His family is selling its wholesale lobster & stone crab business on the Miami River, potentially complicating plans to replace the Southwest First Street Bridge (seen in the background.) MARICE COHN BAND MARICE COHN BAND
Manny Prieguez Jr. holds two Florida lobsters in 2008. His family is selling its wholesale lobster & stone crab business on the Miami River, potentially complicating plans to replace the Southwest First Street Bridge (seen in the background.) MARICE COHN BAND MARICE COHN BAND

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