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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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Se or Pop Offers Michelada Popsicles on a Stick, Try Them at Brew at the Zoo

What started as an obsession for Tatiana Johnson eventually morphed into Seor Pop , Johnson's side hustle-turned full time gig of containing the flavors of south-of-the-border beer cocktails into non-alcoholic popsicles. That's right, nonalcoholic.

Mario Ochoa Returns to Miami With His Integrity Intact

Imagine the best attorney in the world failing to book a local client or a plastic surgeon with Michelangelo-esque butt-sculpting ability with no nearby patients. Imagine any professional at the top of his game, booked solid for work nearly everywhere else in the world, but unrecognized at home.

Last of a Cocaine Cowboysa faces Miami judge after being on lam for 26 years

The last of the "Cocaine Cowboys," Gustavo Falcon, faced a Miami federal judge Tuesday on charges of smuggling tons of cocaine into the United States after being on the lam for 26 years. His defense attorney said he plans to plead not guilty when he is arraigned before Magistrate Judge Jonathan Goodman on May 11. The brief hearing had the feeling of a reunion for agents and prosecutors who worked the high-profile case decades ago.

La Petite Maison Is Brickell's French Fling

It's hard to remember the last time people in Miami spoke of sitting down to a proper French meal. The talk these days is all slabs of cauliflower, short ribs, and oily fish.

7 Fla. public high schools among nation's best

Seven Florida high schools are among the top 50 public high schools in the nation, according to a new ranking. U.S. News & World Report on Tuesday placed seven schools stretching from Miami to Sarasota to Jacksonville on its list of the nation's best public high schools.

US Passport Agency recommendations to acquire passports in Miami

A Miami Beach homeowner watched on his security cameras as two men jumped over the fence to his home and ransacked his three cars. Miami Beach police are looking to identify the group of thieves.

Inside CMX Movie Theater, Brickell City Centre's New "VIP Cinema Experience"

Down the street from the bums on Brickell and around the corner from Blackbird Ordinary, there is a gleaming, chrome and concrete monolith poised to transform one of the more blighted and ignored areas of downtown. It's a concept familiar to anyone who's frequented an upscale movie theater.

Miami's 12 Essential Cuban Restaurants

More a sizzling skillet than a melting pot - Miami's rich Cuban influences have defined this city for more than 50 years, and nothing speaks to the culture of a community more than its culinary offerings. Whether you're craving a cafecito, and a croqueta at a ventanita, or a more substantial meal, Miami's top Cuban restaurants are sure to satisfy any craving.

Son of Miamia s mayor announces campaign for City Commission

More than 20 years after his father made the jump from Miami media member to politician, the eldest son of Miami's mayor is hoping to follow in TomA s P. Regalado's footsteps. The younger Regalado acknowledged in an interview that after months of hedging he's decided to run to represent the city's third district, which stretches from West Brickell through Little Havana.

The Ten Best Places to Spot a Celebrity in Miami

Imagine the life you'd lead with coffers of disposable income, and the gluten-free, zero-calorie bread crumbs will appear. Miami has always been a playground for famous folks, and with more gleaming one-percenter hotels towering in the skyline, odds are you'll bump into a star who's out and about getting stuck in traffic in the back seat of a Rolls.

Velvet Creme Doughnuts to Open on Calle Ocho

It's been more than a year and a half since Velvet Creme , an iconic Miami doughnut shop, announced its reopening after a 15-year hiatus. As of Monday, April 17, the store officially broke ground on Calle Ocho, signaling a resurrection of its original flagship location, which opened on Eighth Street Street in 1947.

Groveites appeal decision to demolish historic Playhouse auditorium

A pair of neighbors have formally challenged a city of Miami board's approval of a controversial plan that would allow demolition and replacement of the auditorium at the historic but long-closed Coconut Grove Playhouse. Grove residents Barbara Lange and Katrina Morris filed a notice of appeal of the historic preservation board's April 4 decision , arguing that members failed to adequately consider the historic importance of the auditorium's interior.

Developer offers Miami-Dade a $300 million courthouse. Rent: $1.8 billion over 99 years.

A Miami developer wants to build a $300 million courthouse for Miami-Dade in exchange for an $18 million yearly lease stretching into the next century and the ability to convert the existing tower into a for-profit complex with shops and offices. The unsolicited proposal by developer Russell Galbut would deliver Miami-Dade a modern courthouse across the street from the existing one built in 1928 - a government building at 73 W. Flagler St. so old it once held the trial of Al Capone.

Accused Cocaine Cowboy on lam for 26 years is transferred to Miami to face charges

Gustavo Falcon, the Cocaine Cowboy who got away for 26 years, was transferred to Miami from Orlando on Monday by the U.S. marshals who captured him nearly two weeks ago after the accused drug trafficker took a long bike ride with his wife. Falcon, initially suspected of being in a foreign country such as Mexico or Colombia, was arrested on April 12 in the Kissimmee area where he had been living with family members under fake names since the late 1990s.

When Airbnb goes wrong: A Miami story

Jose Gonzalez was walking his two sons to his car early one morning to drive them to school when he glanced across the street and had to do a double-take. "It's 7 in the morning and some guy is changing, opening the back of the trunk of his car, taking out his clothes, and pulling down his pants.

How Miami got a mall on the bay a " and what happened next

The bayfront stretch in downtown Miami once was the home to a fleet of fishing boats. That all changed in April, 1987, 30 years ago.

In-school programs boost trade and logistics a " and young peoplea s futures a " in Miami-Dade

As chair of the Beacon Council's Trade and Logistics Committee, I am committed, together with my team, to make a lasting impact on the South Florida trade and logistics field and the greater community. The most recent data show that trade and logistics in Miami-Dade County has 31,059 jobs and an average annual salary of $57,606.

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