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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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Advisory committee to help distribute official GoFundMe shooting donations

With nearly $1.9 million amassed so far from nearly 27,000 donors, the Broward Education Foundation on Wednesday said it plans to form an advisory committee to help it determine how those donations should be distributed among the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School community. The foundation created one of the first of more than 50 GoFundMe campaigns set up in the wake of the Feb. 14 shootings that killed 17 people at the Parkland school.

At the festival, how to eat like a grownup

If your image of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival is crowding under a tent on the sand for a bite of food and a swallow of wine, it's time to rethink how to approach Miami Beach's annual bacchanalia, which runs Wednesday through Sunday. Perhaps, when you were young and didn't know what Pepcid was, paying $350 a person to stand in multiple 20-minute lines for a miniature burger seemed fun.

Are flamingos Florida natives?

Zoo Miami Veterinarian Frank Ridgley is a co-author on a new study that concludes flamingos are likely native to Florida, ending a century-old mystery about the iconic bird's origins. "Chubbs," the resident giant alligator at Buffalo Creek Golf Course in Parrish, FL recently was caught taking a stroll near eighth hole.

The Herald Hunt is back: Come for the puzzles, stay for the prizes. And you can boo

In 1985, a man in a Bugs Bunny costume wandered around on Hollywood Beach next to a pair of dice that stood 12 feet high. In 1992, three men in hip boots sloshed around in a Coral Gables reflecting pool for three hours in what was billed as "The Olympic Figure Wading Trials."

Markers Grove Isle battles way to condo starting line

Markers Grove Isle on Fair Isle is marked by controversy. Developer Eddie Avila expects the $200 million project to place the Grove community on par with Tahiti Beach in Coral Gables and Fisher Island.

FYI Miami: February 22, 2018

Below are some of the FYIs in this week's edition. The entire content of this week's FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only.

Every Table at Miami's Amara at Paraiso Has a Waterfront View

On a buzzy Saturday evening in Miami's Edgewater neighborhood, white-aproned cooks prep bowls of whipped carrot dip garnished with heaps of crA me fraA che and flip lamb ribs and hanger steaks over a wood-fire grill. Behind them, the Miami Beach skyline shines through floor-to-ceiling windows.

Herea s the giant project that could replace that strip club on NE 163rd Street

Rendering of CK Prive Group's Uptown Biscayne mixed-use project in North Miami Beach. The project will occupy the northeast corner of the intersection of Biscayne Blvd. and 163rd Street.

Wynwood Food Hall 1-800-Lucky Brings Asian to Miami

It's a soggy Sunday evening, and Wynwood's streets are empty except for a few brave souls rushing to or from their cars. But 1-800-Lucky is filled with people, some of whom are hanging out at the bar to escape the rain-filled patio.

Family-friendly things to do: Performing dogs and Festival of Music & Dance

Buy one day, get one year - not a bad deal! Through March 11, Florida residents who buy a one-day regular admission to Miami Seaquarium will receive a free 2018 pass that allows guests to visit as often as they wish through Dec. 31, including the extremely popular BunnyPalooza Easter Egg Hunts and Monster Splash Halloween Bash. Details: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. daily at Miami Seaquarium, 4400 Rickenbacker Cswy., Miami; 305-361-5705 or; $45.99 adults, $35.99 kids 3-9.

Muralist paints inspiring, colorful scenes in Little Haiti

I was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on August 15, 1963. I grew up there, but came to the United States at the age of 12. I lived in New York City until I came to Miami in 1994 on vacation with my dad and sister.

After three decades, the annual yacht show is leaving Miami Beach for new waters

Small business owners are feeling more optimistic than they have in years, according to several surveys. The reports say revenue is up.

Seven-run explosion guides Miami past Rutgers in second game of series

It wasn't always pretty, but the Miami Hurricanes clinched the series win with an 8-5 victory over Rutgers Saturday, Feb. 17, night at Mark Light Field. Despite suffering an early 2-0 deficit, the Canes poured in seven runs in the third inning to build a lead from which the Scarlet Knights could not recover.

Miami-Dade Commission wanted a police review board, but the mayor said no

Saying Miami-Dade's police officers already receive enough scrutiny and oversight, Mayor Carlos Gimenez on Friday issued a rare veto and blocked reviving the county's dormant review board for probing misconduct . "The County already has numerous internal mechanisms and external entities that oversee and investigate complaints against any County employee or agency," Gimenez wrote in his veto message, citing a range of government options from the FBI to the county's office of Fair Employment Practices.

State investigated school shooting suspect after self-harm

People comfort each other at a public memorial for the victims of the Wednesday shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in Parkland, Fla., Friday, Feb. 16, 2018. Nikolas Cruz, a former student, was charged with 17 c... .

Florida investigated accused school shooter after he cut himself on video

Florida's child welfare agency investigated the suspect in a school shooting that killed 17 people after he cut himself in a video but found him stable, according to state records. The Miami Herald obtained records from Florida's Department of Children and Families and reported Saturday that Nikolas Cruz posted a video on the social media network Snapchat showing him cutting his arms in 2016.

The Latest: Gun control activist booted from GOP fundraiser

An activist and teacher who wants gun control laws was removed from a Miami-area GOP fundraiser after confronting House Speaker Paul Ryan about this week's mass shooting at a Florida school. The Miami Herald reports that Maria Thorne, a Key Biscayne fifth grade teacher, said she and a friend dropped in on the fundraiser Friday at the Ritz Hotel after she noticed motorcade traffic clogging up her commute home.

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