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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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Agua de Violetas: A Familiar Fragrance With An Untold Story

A look at the life of a the creator of a famous cologne that's widely used in the Hispanic community. If you grew up in Miami and are of Hispanic descent, chances are high that you smelled like violets as a baby and sometimes beyond your childhood years.

One woman's quest to take bullets off Miami streets

On a recent Saturday afternoon at Flea Market USA in West Little River, Susan Kennedy wove through bustling tattoo parlors, barber shops and jewelry stores clutching a black shoe box filled with bullets. She approached a young man sitting outside a tattoo parlor in a neon green "Miami" shirt and asked if he had any bullets he would be willing to donate.

Suspect in synagogue bomb plot expected to be competent for trial soon

James Medina, 40, of Hollywood, shown in a 2012 mug shot, was arrested by the FBI on allegations he planned an explosive attack on an Aventura synagogue. He is charged with attempting to damage religious property and attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction, a fake bomb.

A poet brought art museum lovers to their feet. See how Aja Monet did it.

Miami's PA©rez Art Museum Miami focuses on visual arts. But it was Aja Monet's performance of her poems "My Mother was a Freedom Fighter" and "This is Black Joy" that left the crowd of 700 cheering.

Brightline temporarily drops request to close Little Haiti railroad crossing

A controversial plan to open a new railroad crossing outside the Design District and close another in Little Haiti has been dropped, at least temporarily. On Thursday, the Florida East Coast Railway withdrew an application to close the crossing where its tracks pass over 59th Street.

Neighbor films crocodile snacking on golden retriever

Chris Carey was walking around the neighborhood, Gables by the Sea in Miami, Florida , when he noticed a crocodile chomping on a dead dog in the water. Carey said the golden retriever wasn't the first pet to be devoured by the local reptiles in recent weeks.

King Britt Kicks Off Vamos a la Playa Party Series at Gramps Sunday

You can't overstate the enduring influence of Laura of Miami, AKA Laura Sutnick, on the local alternative dance music scene. From her tenure as a WVUM radio DJ to her event promotions company Nightdrive and Klangbox.FM internet radio station, she has championed lesser-heard sounds for more than a decade.

Venezuela's VP alleged front man in Miami piling up properties since 2011

Samark Lopez, a multimillionaire businessman accused last week by the U.S. government of being a front man for Venezuelan Vice President Tareck El Aissami drug trafficking activities, has lived an opulent lifestyle in Miami that included a short stint as the impresario of a prominent local bank, as well as plunking down $16.5 million in cash for a waterfront palace last year. Lopez, 42, was designated for providing material assistance, channeling funds and laundering money on behalf of El Aissami's international network, according to a statement by Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control, or OFAC.

No-Show Marco Rubio Replaced With Empty Suit at Citizens' Town Hall

Marco Rubio did not show up to a citizen-initiated "town hall" meeting held in South Miami-Dade County last night. But he was replaced by something that many of his constituents believe may more useful: An empty suit that said and did nothing all night.

Florida Grand Opera Spotlights Members of its Young Artist Program in ...

The Josephine S. Leiser Opera Center and Steinway Piano Gallery Miami present the season's third pair of performances in the free concert series, "SongFest Recital Series." The program will be heard at Steinway Piano Gallery Miami in Coral Gables on Saturday, March 4, at 7:30 pm and at the Leiser Center in Fort Lauderdale on Sunday, March 5 at 6:00 pm.

Activists host town hall without Marco Rubio

Watch a short portion of Wednesday's Louisiana U.S. Senate Debate when former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke interrupts in order to respond to being called a liar during the debate. Protesters surrounded the hall at Dillard University, a historically black university, as the school decided to keep anyone from entering to watch the debate.

Flagler Street construction in downtown Miami delayed

The Hollywood Police Department is looking for a pair of crooks who ambushed a man outside of a bank in the city on Feb. 5, 2017. The victim tried to fight off the robbers but fled.

Expos , Back From the "Point of No Return," Regroups at Magic City Casino

It seems wrong that in this era, when just about every music act, from Hank Williams to Miles Davis, is getting its life story put on the silver screen, no producer has found a way to make a biopic of Expos. The pitch would seem simple: It's Dreamgirls taking place in the time and setting of Miami Vice and Scarface .

Road to Victory fundraiser on March 11 for Northeast Miami-Dade autism center

Rhonda Hill is busy planning the 17th annual Road to Victory gala to benefit students with autism and developmental disabilities. This is her seventh year as chair to help the Victory Center, a school that has helped her son so much.

Billy Cole on his brother Norris Cole's shooting death

A woman and a man were shot early Wednesday in a beachside park at 72nd Street and Collins Avenue. Both suffered non life threatening injuries.

The Ten Best Mardi Gras 2017 Parties in Miami

The word Mardi Gras means Fat Tuesday in French, marking a centuries-long ritual of feasting before fasting. Like your fellow revelers around the world and in New Orleans - the world capital of Mardi Gras - you too can "fatten up" before giving up earthly pleasures and atoning for your sins.

Life after a heart attack: Shea s golfing. Hea s running. How they did it.

Carol Wilson, 81, who had been unable to play golf or walk any distance after a heart attack, leaps with joy while putting at the Miami Shores Country Club on Feb. 9. Her recovery began after she took part in the stem cell studies Dr. Joshua Hare was leading with heart patients at the University of Miami's Miller School of Medicine. Howard Bennett prepares to run at the Coral Gables Golf Course on Feb. 9. He took up running after he had a heart attack and now runs three times a week.

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