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Miami-Beach, Florida is located in Miami Dade County. Zip codes in Miami-Beach, FL include 33119, 33141, and 33140. The median home price in Miami-Beach is $429,000 which is roughly $395/per square foot. More Miami-Beach information.

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3 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

Rename it 'Irving Pincus'

A Miami Beach commissioner has advocated renaming Arthur Godfrey Road because of his alleged irrelevance to today's young and hip crowd. Not finding anyone else worthy of such a Miami Beach honor, I propose the thoroughfare be renamed in honor of Irving Pincus, legendary Beach The Miami Herald is pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.

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7 hrs ago | Examiner.com

'Pink Flamingo' winners to be announced Sept. 23

Laura Veitia, Edison Farrow and Bruce Horwich at the 1st Annual Pink Flamingo Awards last year. Farrow won the "Favorite Promoter" award.

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8 hrs ago | Popsugar

Bikini-Clad Serena Williams Hits Up Miami Beach With Eva Longoria

Serena Williams let loose in Miami Beach, FL, on Saturday, taking a walk in the sand and a dip in the ocean. The tennis pro donned a neon green and black bikini, which she paired with a large black hat that kept the sun off her face.

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12 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

Pet-sitting, pet daycare options abound in South Florida

People spend more money on their pets in the United States than the total amount the government provides each year in foreign aid. According to the American Pet Products Association, pet owners will spend an estimated $58.5 billion this year, compared to the Department of State's $52 billion budget for foreign assistance and support proposed for 2014.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

FireHouse.com

Miami-Dade Plans to Share Fire Boats, Crews With Cities

Sept. 10--Miami-Dade County and the city of Miami would share boats and crews under a new plan by Mayor Carlos Gimenez to end a three-year stalemate with unions over how to revive the county's fire-boat fleet. Under the draft plan, Miami and Miami Beach would provide some crew members for Miami's downtown fire boat, and Miami would provide some crew for a 50-foot county fire boat to be docked in the northern part of Biscayne Bay, Gimenez said Wednesday.

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The Miami Herald

Primary care to expand with federal funds

As the country struggles with a shortage of primary care doctors, the Department of Health and Human Services announced Friday that it would give $13.4 million to 48 health centers in Florida to expand primary care services. The grants, established by the Affordable Care Act, will pay the salaries of about 215 health workers statewide and enable health centers to stay open longer, as well as to expand care in dentistry, mental health and ophthalmology, HHS said in a statement.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

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Sys-Con Media

Dennis Jung Appointed Hotel Manager at The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach

With more than 15 years of experience in the hospitality industry, the seasoned international hotelier will lead and oversee the operation of the 375 room hotel in Miami, FL. The oceanfront restored 1953 Art Moderne building, in the famed Art Deco district, is located at the epicenter of South Beach.

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CBS Local

Doral Passes Proposed Benefits For Domestic Partnership

The City Council unanimously passed the domestic partnership benefits plan on September 10th, which was sponsored by Councilwoman Sandra Ruiz. Doral now joins six other cities in Miami-Dade County, including Coral Gables and Miami Beach, that have adopted domestic partnership benefits.

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ContactMusic.com

Jon Secada To Lead Estefan Tribute At Hall Of Fame Gala

Jon Secada and Ednita Nazario have signed on to perform as part of a tribute to Gloria Estefan when the pop superstar is inducted into the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame next month . The duo will team up to celebrate Estefan at the Ritz-Carlton South Beach ceremony in Miami Beach, Florida on 18 October .

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Hospitality Net

Design Americas Launching in September 2015

A new design show for the hospitality, contract, kitchen and bath, and retail design markets will debut in Miami Beach Emerald Expositions announces the launch of Design Americas , a new show catering to the hospitality, contract, kitchen and bath and retail design markets. Developed as a response to the evolving world of design, the show will serve as the definitive destination for designers looking to explore the latest products and services either from a respective sector or across the entire design industry.

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The Aqua Foundation for Women will celebrate its 10 Year Anniversary and this year's Scholarship and Grant Recipients at their Annual Aqua Affair, on the rooftop of the beautiful Gale South Beach hotel at 1690 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139, on September 20, 2014, from 7 - " 10 p.m. Guests will enjoy complimentary savory ... The post ... (more)

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Miami New Times

Miami Beach Cops, Parking, and Code Officials Will Wear Body Cameras

Miami Beach is no stranger to contentious claims of police abuse, from the case of an allegedly drunken officer joyriding on an ATV to multiple fatal shootings. Now, Beach officers -- for better and for worse -- will catch all those incidents on film.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

The Miami Herald

City commission approves body cameras for employees

Miami Beach's cops, parking officials and code enforcement officers will be recording interactions with the public with body-worn cameras in the near future. While cameras on police officers is a growing trend nationally, it is possibly the first instance in the country where a city government will put the devices on regular civilian employees, including building and fire inspectors.

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Miami New Times

O Cinema To Open New Location in Miami Beach

Miami Beach is about to get a piece of the city's thriving indie cinema scene. The award-winning O Cinema will open a third location in North Beach this fall.

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The Miami Herald

Miami Beach police arrest man suspected of vandalizing synagogue

Miami Beach police arrested a man who they say scrawled hate group markings on a synagogue, less than 24 hours after the desecration. Maximo de la Cruz-de Jesus, 43, was picked out of a lineup early Tuesday night by a witness, and was later arrested and charged with criminal mischief at a place of worship by Beach police.

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Miami Today

DecoBike in downtown Miami nears

The DecoBike launch to Miami is slated for October. The expansion of the bike sharing program, which launched in March 2011 on Miami Beach, was set for this summer, but an increase in planned stations pushed the Miami date back.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

Ocean Drive

4 Most Stylish Restaurants in Miami

Many of Miami's most lavish dining hot spots combine food, fashion, and style for the ultimate dA©cor experience. Roberto Cavalli's beloved leopard and zebra patterns abound at Cavalli Restaurant & Lounge, the designer's stylish eatery in South Beach.

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The Miami Herald

Miami Beach synagogue vandalized with grafitti in string of attacks

The man carrying the back pack was caught on a surveillace video leaving the scene where a sign near Temple Emanu-el was desecrated. Vandals spewed hatred toward members of Miami Beach's oldest conservative Jewish congregation Tuesday morning, spray-painting a swastika and the letters "KKK" on a temporary sign next to the synagogue's entrance.

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Miami New Times

Dying City: Still-Relevant Wartime Drama

Ground Up and Rising, the minimalist Miami theater company, is still at war. Two months after its production of Bill Cain's 9 Circles dramatized the hellish fallout of an American soldier's unspeakable war crimes in Iraq, the company remains ensconced in the psychological shrapnel of combat.

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