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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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The spooky history of Miami's 'most haunted home'

A former Cuban consulate said to be a magnet for the spirits of those who died there, Villa Paula in Miami, Fla., is reportedly the city's most haunted home. It will soon go up for sale as part of a four-lot assemblage asking $4.5 million.

DOJ to settle in Orlando bombing range cleanup; 4,000 homes planned at 417 & 528

In 2007, the discovery of unexploded munitions at Odyssey Middle School sparked an emergency cleanup by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which found more than 400 live explosives and of munitions debris. Most of the bombs were underneath the school's running track.

Fort Lauderdale-born Gyroville fast casual Greek chain expanding beyond South Florida

Momentum is building for Gyroville the Fort Lauderdale-based company, which recently opened its first locations outside of South Florida - in Orlando, Kansas and Ecuador - and this week inked franchise deals in Michigan and North Carolina. Momentum is building for Gyroville the Fort Lauderdale-based company, which recently opened its first locations outside of South Florida - in Orlando, Kansas and Ecuador - and this week inked franchise deals in Michigan and North Carolina.

Memorial Day 2018 Miami Restaurant Specials and Parties

Observed every year on the last Monday of May, Memorial Day is a holiday used to remember those who died serving in the U.S. armed forces. In Miami, we commemorate the day with the annual Air & Sea Show, an aerial spectacular on the beach; Urban Beach Week; and a host of other activities.

The Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

That's right - just shy of one week before the official start of hurricane season, Tropical Storm Alberto might be making an early entrance into South Florida's hurricane party. But Floridians know summer weather can be unpredictable, so there are still plenty of events scheduled to keep you entertained over Memorial Day weekend.

It's all in the family as Francesco brings the Key the most authentic Peruvian cuisine

Located in The Towers of Key Biscayne, Francesco has been serving one Peruvian delicacy after another here in Key Biscayne since 2013, but the Francesco roots go back to Lima, Peru in 1984. Here in Key Biscayne, they offer an extensive list of dishes - there are 50 items on the menu, all meticulously prepared by Peruvian chefs.

Fire damages several units at L'Esplanade, injures one firefighter -...

A late-night blaze drew over 30 firefighters to the L'Esplanade Wednesday, with crews working from both the rooftop and inside the building to extinguish a blaze that had flames showing from the mall's roof. The fire did cause roof and wall damage, as well as smoke and water damage in several units inside the mall, and did send one Key Biscayne firefighter to the hospital - but by all accounts, it could have been much worse.

Dog dies after botched neutering by two fake vets in Hialeah, cops say.

Royalty, a 12-year-old American Bulldog, was set to get neutered. His owner, Omarnestor Delrio, made an appointment and was ready to pay.

Miami-Dade Cops Shoot Man in Opa-locka Holding a Screwdriver

Update: Miami-Dade Police have since named the victim as Antonio Laines, and the officer as Christopher Ellison, age 37. "They shot me for nothing, man!" a man yells moments after Miami-Dade Police opened fire on him in Opa- this past Wednesday. In a Facebook video filmed just after the 1:15 p.m. incident at the Glorieta Gardens Apartments, the man insists he did nothing to cause officers to shoot him.

Police Are Shuffling Tent City Sex Offenders Around Miami-Dade

In 2009, California artist Scott Gairdner made the " Sex Offender Shuffle ," a viral video parodying Miami-Dade's treatment of sex offenders. With a catchy beat and '80s-style cinematography, the four-minute spoof of the 1985 Chicago Bears' "Super Bowl Shuffle" mocked the way sex offenders are shuffled from one location to another under the guise of public safety.

Artist-Run Satellite Art Show Relocating to Expansive New Miami Location

For its fourth edition, the artist-run fair is relocating to a 33,000-square foot lot near downtown Miami directly alongside the NADA fair's new location. One of Art Basel Miami Beach's satellite fairs is significantly tightening its orbit.

A view of people waiting at Miami Airport Tri-Rail Station in Miami on Friday, November 6, 2015.

One of many seniors who don't drive or own a car, she has to rely on family members or the bus to move around her neighborhood in Flagami. But the prospect of being able to use a free, publicly-funded trolley to get to Publix or Walmart has her excited.

To help Liberty City rise above violence, researchers turn to voices of the young

Dirk Butler, an associate with the Annie E. Casey Foundation, explains a new research initiative during a press conference Wednesday in Liberty Square with Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, left, and Hosanna Community Baptist Church Pastor Charles Lee Dinkins, right. The project aims to identify what the youths in Liberty City, Brownsville and other nearby neighborhoods consider the most pressing social problems in their areas.

5 Alternative Burgers to Try During Burger Month

We've scoured the menus of Miami's hottest eateries to prove that burgers are no longer reserved for carnivores. In honor of May's designation as "Burger Month," here are five unconventional takes on the burger.

Officer injured in crash with stolen car, cops say

A man in a stolen car sped through a stop sign early Wednesday morning in Little Havana, causing a collision with a marked police car and sending the officer to the hospital with a broken arm and displaced hip, Miami police said. The man, identified as Tommy Lazaga, 22, was arrested and charged with reckless driving with bodily injury, several counts of reckless driving with property damage and grand theft auto.

Gramps' '90s Cover Show Lets You Actually Party Like It's 1999

"Having a beach in your backyard" is what novelist and New Times contributor David Rolland loved most about growing up on Key Biscayne in the '80s and '90s. It was a time of transition on the then-underdeveloped key.

The Nine Best Memorial Day 2018 Weekend Hip-Hop Events in Miami

We celebrate Memorial Day weekend differently down here. Every year, when the last weekend of May rolls around, Miami and Miami Beach become the epicenters of hip-hop culture as scores of locals and thousands of tourists drink, dance, party, and jolt this town out of the late-spring doldrums.

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