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Miami, Florida is located in Miami Dade County. Zip codes in Miami, FL include 33245, 33238, and 33132. The median home price in Miami is $385,000 which is roughly $252/per square foot. More Miami information.

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1 hr ago | Miami New Times

Stop Erecting Giant Phallic-Shaped Structures in Miami and Calling Them 'Legacies'

When developers Russell Galbut and Jorge Perez revealed their quickly nixed plans to build the largest condo tower on South Beach at 500 Alton earlier this year, they talked about it as their "legacy."

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2 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

City Manager: Miami Beach services are first-rate, not Third World

I read with great interest the letter from Miami Beach resident Monica Barshop in which she complains about high taxes, poor services, and third world quality of life .

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5 hrs ago | Miami New Times

Vicky Bakery and Cafe Coming to Coral Gables

Vicky Bakery , the Miami-based chain that features classic Cuban treats, is coming to Coral Gables with an expanded concept.

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6 hrs ago | Business Journal

Related Group among developers seeking $31M in low income apartment construction funding

Three low-income apartment projects in Miami-Dade County are seeking a combined $30.6 million in tax-free bonds.

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10 hrs ago | Local10.com

73 lawyers disciplined by Florida Supreme Court in recent months

Below is a list with a brief explanation of disciplinary action against some of the attorneys according to the Florida Bar.

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

Miami New Times

Janette & Co. Now in Coral Gables: French Macarons Done Right

Let's start with the basics: macarons and macaroons are not the same thing. So dispel any image in your head of coconutty cake balls and instead, visit Janette & Co for a taste of France's beloved sweet treat .

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The Miami Herald

The Herald recommends: City of Miami ballot questions

Even though there are no commission races in Miami this year, there are still three items on the Aug. 26 ballot that voters shouldn't ignore.

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The Miami Herald

Louis Aguirre leaving Miami for L.A., 'Insider'

From 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Culpepper will be at the Aventura Mall, and from 5-7 p.m. Friday, Taylor will be at Pembroke Lakes Mall in Pembroke Pines.

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The Miami Herald

Judge dismisses lawsuit against Miami-Dade vocal primate-research protesters

A judge on Wednesday dismissed a Miami company's lawsuit against a group of activists known for their aggressive tactics protesting medical research on primates.

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The Miami Herald

SunPass coming, toll-takers leaving Rickenbacker and Venetian Causeways next month

Congestion stretches from the Rickenbacker Causeway tollbooths to Brickell Avenue at 6 p.m. on a Sunday.

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BleacherReport

Miami LB Denzel Perryman Utterly Destroys RB in Practice Scrimmage

University of Miami football may not be fully resurrected, but sweet Jehoshaphat - one of the Hurricanes linebackers is conjuring up the ghosts of hit sticks past in Coral Gables.

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Inside Self-Storage

Safeguard Self Storage Expands With Drive-Up Units to Miami Facility

Safeguard Self Storage, which operates more than 60 facilities throughout the eastern states, has added 195 drive-up units to its existing Palmetto Expressway facility in Miami.

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Business Journal

Developers announce 330-unit condo project in Miami-Dade County

The development team of Key International and 13 th Floor Investments announced plans for The Harbour, a 330-unit condominium project in North Miami Beach.

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Miami Today

Filming in Miami: August 21, 2014

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Mayor's Office of Film & Entertainment, 375-3288; the Miami Mayor's Office of Film, Arts & Entertainment, 860-3823; and the Miami Beach Office of Arts, Culture and Entertainment-Film and Print Division, 673-7070.

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Miami Today

Commercial land prices soar as uses shift

It's not just the scarcity of supply and high demand for commercially zoned land that's driving land prices up, but also the competition that's emerged from the increasing number of investors who are finding other uses for the properties.

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Miami Today

FYI Miami: August 21, 2014

NO MORE PLAYING AROUND: The Coconut Grove Village Council is hosting a public meeting to discuss an alternative plan for the Coconut Grove Playhouse on Friday, Aug. 22, at 6 p.m. at City Hall, 3500 Pan American Drive.

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Business Journal

Office condo project planned after site acquisition

The Solution Group plans to build an office condominium in Coral Gables after buying a site for $6.65 million.

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How Stuff Works

Ferguson Follows Long History of Civil Unrest in US

The protests in Ferguson, Mo., are just the most recent in a decades-long history of civil unrest following violence against African Americans.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

The Jewish Journal

In wake of rabbi's murder, Miami Jews fretting over security

In North Miami Beach, Fla., a makeshift memorial was created near where Rabbi Joseph Raksin was shot and killed on Aug. 9, 2014.

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Bradenton.com

Teens identified in Ray Allen's trespassing case

A trail of sand was strewn across Ray Allen's tile floor. From the family room and foyer, to the second-floor stairway, the scattered grains were the marks of seven teens who entered Allen's Tahiti Beach home in Coral Gables through a faulty back French door.

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