Carla Hill enjoys the music of Miami Broward Carnival as she parades and dances with her husband, Marlon Hill, right. Carnival lovers and revelers geared up for one of the most anticipated cultural Caribbean traditions, Miami Broward Carnival on Sunday, October 11, 2015 at the Miami Dade County Fair and Exposition.
Carla Hill enjoys the music of Miami Broward Carnival as she parades and dances with her husband, Marlon Hill, right. Carnival lovers and revelers geared up for one of the most anticipated cultural Caribbean traditions, Miami Broward Carnival on Sunday, October 11, 2015 at the Miami Dade County Fair and Exposition. CARL JUSTE Miami Herald File
Carla Hill enjoys the music of Miami Broward Carnival as she parades and dances with her husband, Marlon Hill, right. Carnival lovers and revelers geared up for one of the most anticipated cultural Caribbean traditions, Miami Broward Carnival on Sunday, October 11, 2015 at the Miami Dade County Fair and Exposition. CARL JUSTE Miami Herald File

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