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Known as The Gateway to the Americas, Miami is an international center for entertainment, education, media, music, fashion, film, culture, print media, and the performing arts. Miami's central business district is home to the largest concentration of international banks in the U.S. Additionally, the Port of Miami is one of the leading cruise ship passenger ports in the world in both passenger traffic and cruise lines.

Population: 424662
Local Newspapers: The Miami Herald El Nuevo Herald
Local Sports Teams: Miami Dolphins (NFL) Miami Heat (NBA) Florida Marlins (MLB) Florida Panthers (NHL)
Local Colleges: University of Miami Barry University Carlos Albizu University Florida International University

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Towns/Cities near miami, florida : Hialeah Doral North Miami Beach Aventura Key Biscayne Coral Gables Coconut Grove Sunset Kendall Tamiami Opa-Locka Cutler Bay Brickell Pinecrest

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Collapsed crane in Miami became a sight to see after Hurricane Irma

A crane atop a high-rise building under construction collapsed Sunday in downtown Miami amid strong winds from Hurricane Irma - the first known crash of the two dozen such heavyweight hazards looming over the city skyline as the monster storm powers across the state. A crane atop a high-rise building under construction collapsed Sunday in downtown Miami amid strong winds from Hurricane Irma - the first known crash of the two dozen such heavyweight hazards looming over the city skyline as the monster storm powers across the state.

After Irma, Florida Jews seek respite in High Holy Days

Michael Andron blows the shofar as he prepares for Rosh Hashanah, as his wife Lillian watches as they use a battery powered lantern to illuminate the room at their home, Tuesday, Sept.19, 2017, in Miami. The Androns have been without power for nine days due to Hurricane Irma, I feel like this year Rosh Hashanah became even more important because we just want to get in touch with the Infinite, so I feel like I don't need to do the big meal and have company.

The Five Best Ice Cream Sandwiches in Miami

From gourmet, Middle Eastern-inspired ice cream sandwiches in South Beach to waffle, doughnut and Italian varieties in Aventura, Wynwood, and Brickell, here are the five best in Miami. 1. Wynwood Parlor .

Miami Restaurants Battled Hurricane Irma - and Mostly Won

His two midtown Miami restaurants, Blackbrick and Sakaya Kitchen, were unharmed. Both places had power, and residents of the high-rises that surround the neighborhood were growing antsy.

Boil water notice for two parts of Hialeah, including the casino and a Walmart

Hours after North Miami lifted its post-Irma boil water notice Monday, Hialeah issued a precautionary boil water notice for two parts of the city. The first region is a large chunk of the city bounded by West 84th Street on the north; West 21st Street on the south; East 10th Avenue on the east; and West Sixth Avenue on the west.

The mountain of dead trees outside your door may be there for a really, really long time

Jana Armstrong and her son Samuel, 15, ride their bikes around the fallen trees that block the bike path at the corner of Curtiss Parkway and Deer Run Road in Miami Springs on Monday, Sept. 18, 2017.

Miami Residents to File Class-Action Suit Against FPL for Allegedly Inadequate Irma Preparation

Florida Power & Light, Miami's regulated electricity monopoly, has been collecting extra fees from its customers since Hurricane Wilma hit in 2005 to gird its power grid against tropical storms. But after Hurricane Irma knocked out power to roughly 90 percent of FPL customers last week, residents became upset - and cities including Coral Gables and Pinecrest threatened to sue FPL if it didn't get the cities' power back by Sunday night.

It's Official: Salt Bae is Opening a Restaurant in Miami This October

Nusret GA kA e - aka the man behind the meme phenomenon better known as "Salt Bae" - is setting his sights on Miami as the location of his first-ever U.S. restaurant. GA kA e is just weeks away from opening a branch of mini Turkish steakhouse chain, Nusr-et , in the former COYA Miami space this October at 999 Brickell Avenue.

First day of school for Miami-Dade County after Hurricane Irma

As the school District prepared to launch a new school year on Monday, Aug. 21, the Department of Transportation held a trial dry run of its school bus fleet. The 1,110 buses will be undertaking the massive operation of transporting nearly 50,000 Miami-Dade school children daily via 881 routes in the county.

Why Do Politicians Always Wear Baseball Caps During Natural Disasters?

Rick Scott is wearing his blue U.S. Navy hat, it's probably time to seek shelter. Scott pretty much only wears the hat when disaster is nigh - once the National Hurricane Center starts warning that a storm is heading toward Florida, the hat magically materializes onto the top of his head.

Drop off donations at KB IllustraDENT office for Hurricane Irma victims

As the workweek gets underway, IllustraDENT and the Key Biscayne Kiwanis Club are making it easy to help others in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma by collecting donations for storm victims who remain displaced from their homes. The groups are accepting donations at the Key Biscayne and South Miami IllustraDENT offices, and will take them to the Tamiami Shelter.

Teens begin crime spree with carjacking, end it with robberies, crashes, cops say

Four teenagers went on a crime spree this weekend that began in Miami with an armed carjacking and ended in Hollywood with two armed robberies, an attempted armed robbery, a chase and several crashes, police said. The four 16-year-olds - whom the Herald is not identifying because of their age and the nature of the crimes - now face charges including grand theft auto and robbery with a firearm.

Owner of nursing home where 8 died linked to $1B Medicare fraud case...

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PHOTO: Hurricane Irma makes landfall near Miami, Florida.

After a painful flight across several states to escape unpredictable Hurricane Irma, Suzanne Pallot says it's unlikely she would evacuate South Florida again - an attitude echoed by other evacuees that experts say could put them in danger when the next storm hits. "It is a very emotionally draining thing to go through ... the anticipation of what is next and not having control of what is next," Pallot, 73, said in an interview from her cousin's home in Memphis, Tennessee, where her family ended up after first stopping in Atlanta.

Bit by bit, Miami real estate will embrace Bitcoin

A 25 Bitcoin token. Bitcoin is an online currency that allows people to make one-to-one transactions, buy goods and services and exchange money across borders without involving banks, credit card issuers or other third parties.

Want to help Hurricane Irma victims? Herea s a good place to start

Here are well-established South Florida nonprofits that are helping people hit hard by Hurricane Irma, from Monroe, Miami-Dade and Broward counties to the Caribbean: The nonprofit that runs the annual Give Miami Day , has set up The Hurricane Relief Fund to support groups working on the ground to rebuild. It's also created the Irma Caribbean Strong Relief Fund to help Caribbean islands such as Barbuda and the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the Irma Community Recovery Fund , focusing on Florida's lower-income communities.

FPL works to restore power to parts of Coral Gables

Alex and Josh Mann and their children and dogs decided to stay put in Marathon during Hurricane Irma. The family is doing well despite the lack of creature comforts.

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