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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

Zip Codes associated with miami, florida: 33012 33014 33015 33016 33018 33023 33033 33054 33125 33126 33127 33128 33129 33130 33131 33132 33133 33134 33135 33136 33137 33138 33139 33140 33141 33142 33143 33144 33145 33146 33147 33150 33155 33156 33157 33158 33161 33162 33165 33166 33167 33168 33169 33170 33172 33173 33174 33175 33176 33177 33178 33179 33180 33181 33182 33183 33184 33185 33186 33187 33189 33190 33193 33196 33325
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

Miami News
New restaurant, retailers announced for Coral Gables shopping center

The Shops at Merrick Park has announced two new retailers and a restaurant coming to its lineup this year.

Driver REVERSES into police escaping arrest in Hartlepool

'Wherever women are diminished, the entire world is diminished with them' says Melania as she reemerges to attend International Women of Courage ceremony at the State Department Christian student is suspended for 'threatening' his Muslim professor after he 'confronted her for saying the Crucifixion was a hoax and Jesus' disciples didn't believe he was God' Bandmates Andrew Ridgeley and Pepsi join George Michael's friends, family and lover Fadi Fawaz for a private funeral in London, 94 days after the singer's death Jared's friends say Trump was NOT furious at him skiing as healthcare collapsed - as questions mount on what his new taskforce will actually do Fox News exec said all black men beat women, spoke about fear that black people want to harm white people, and asked a black employee if her children all had the same father claims racial harassment suit filed against network Former NFL ... (more)

Sixty-Two Year Old Mom and Her Son Bonded at Ultra 2017

It usually involves shared interest in geeky passions or time at familial gatherings. Heads nodding in sweaty, immense crowds to techno typically doesn't make the cut.

Traffic problems a given around American Dream mega-mall. But who will be to blame?

Nobody seems to doubt traffic would be a mess around the new American Dream Miami mega-mall off the Florida Turnpike. But that doesn't mean the developer will be forced to fix the roadways to keep traffic moving.

Short-term rental rule-breaker? Doral is cracking down

Doral is cracking down on short-term rental hosts as city officials budget for software that would uncover exact addresses of residents leasing out their homes on home-sharing sites like Airbnb and HomeAway. City staff is considering contracting with the company Host Compliance, which is used by Surfside, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Hallandale Beach, Islamorada and most recently Key Biscayne.

Good news: more schools in works for downtown Miami

Advocates for more schools in downtown Miami - which has seen its population double over the past several years - might be encouraged by new ideas currently being circulated, and improvements that are already underway at one school. Miami-Dade County Public Schools has allocated $43 million in its budget to expand educational options downtown north of the Miami River.

One drivera s dead. The other drivera s charged with two felonies.

The two cars in Sunday afternoon's fatal crash at the corner of Southwest 17th Street and 25th Avenue. The driver of the car on the right, the Volkswagen Jetta, died.

Coral Gables moves to crack down on a love motelsa but needs Miamia s help

The creation of a new joint enforcement zone between Coral Gables and Miami , meant to prevent prostitution and drug dealing along a stretch of Calle Ocho, is now halfway to approval. The Coral Gables City Commission approved a resolution at Tuesday's meeting to create the zone, but the item still needs approval from the city of Miami.

DJ Crespo on Finding Success: "DJing Is a 24/7 Job"

Though Daniel Crespo spent the first years of his life in Chicago, his family's move to Miami when he was 6 years old was what shaped the performer who became DJ Crespo. "Both Chicago and Miami have a special place in my heart, but Miami has definitely become home," Crespo says.

Activists Will March to Retire Lolita, Miami Seaquarium's Orca

For more than 40 years, the killer whale has made her home in the smallest orca tank in the world at Key Biscayne's Miami Seaquarium. For years, protesters have been clamoring for Lolita to be allowed to retire; they say she's at risk due to health problems, her extremely small enclosure, and loneliness .

Dolphins' Stephen Ross explores tennis venue at Hard Rock Stadium

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross isn't trying to steal the Miami Open from Key Biscayne. He just wants it to stay in South Florida.

Family-friendly things to do: Youth Fair and BBQ Fest

Buy one day, get one year - not a bad deal! Through Friday, Florida residents who buy a one-day regular admission to Miami Seaquarium will receive a free 2017 pass that allows guests to visit Miami Seaquarium 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 www.miamiseaquarium.com; $44.99 adults, $34.99 kids 3-9.

Highways throughout Miami-Dade, North Dade rail crossings to be under construction

New roadwork on Interstate 95 along with ongoing projects on Interstate 75, State Roads 826, 836, 874 and the Homestead Extension of Florida's Turnpike will delay the commute this week in Miami-Dade County. There will also be closures at some rail crossings in North Miami Beach and North Miami.

Miami Buses Get an Artful Facelift

Bye-bye, boring bus advertisements! In an unlikely collaboration, the local creative agencies The New Tropic and Prism Creative Group have teamed up with Miami-Dade Transit to reimagine city buses as big, beautiful works of art. The project, dubbed Transit Loves the Arts, gives five Miami-area artists the opportunity to display their work on full bus wraps, while 10 artists receive back-of-bus space.

Free Events This Week in Miami: Late Night Library, Jazz, and O, Miami

This week brings plenty of events, and the best part is they are all free. Enjoy what's new in town, from the Market at #DD to Late Night Library at Floyd.

Long hours at the office? CEOs say how they avoid burnout

ADELEE CABRERA is regional director of Starr Catering Group in Miami, which provides artisan dining experiences within cultural centers, corporate offices and private events. a LAURIE KAYE DAVIS is executive director managing South Florida at The Commonwealth Institute South Florida, a nonprofit group that provides leadership development, high-level networking and mentoring through content-rich events and programming for business and professional women in our community.

Once famous for budget fights, Boot Camp stars on HBO with The Rock

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in the opening scene of "Rock and a Hard Place," an admiring documentary about Miami-Dade's Boot Camp program for young offenders. James Dukes, a Miami-Dade Boot Camp cadet, breaks down after taking with his mother on the phone.

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