UM Seeks City’s Approval To Build New Football Operations Center And Parking Garage

The University of Miami has filed plans to build a new Football Operations Center and parking garage at its Coral Gables Campus. The plans, still in the early stages with the City of Coral Gables, would seek the City’s approval…

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Caroling Competition Winners Announced, They Will Perform Tuesday Night (12/6)

After five nights of incredible performances, the judge’s have made their decisions and the winners in each category have been announced. In total, $13,800 will be awarded to 20 groups. On Tuesday, December 6th, beginning at 7:00PM, the winners will…

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School Board Member Mari Tere Rojas Unanimously Elected Chair Of Miami-Dade County Public School Board

On November 22, 2022, School Board Member Ms. Mari Tere Rojas, an educator for more than 45 years, was unanimously elected board Chair in a 9-0 vote to the Miami-Dade County Board in the coming year. Board Chair Mari Tere…

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Controversial Cuban Book Author Event At Books & Books Moved And Format Changed By Host, Florida International University

On Thursday, December 1st, following large community outrage over its sponsored event at Books & Books to hold an in-person evening with author Susan Eva Eckstein, Florida International University (FIU) decided to move the event and change the format. The…

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Holiday Happenings In Coral Gables (Full Calendar)

The trees are lit and decorated and the holiday cheer is in the air. Coral Gables is ready for the holiday season and there is plenty going on to help you get into the spirit. Below you will find a…

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Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden Launches “A Very Merry Garden” For The Holiday Season

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden will be launching festive family fun events all throughout December to spread the holiday cheer as the debut of “A VERY MERRY GARDEN.” The 83-acre tropical oasis will transform into an immersive winter wonderland with activities…

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Opinion: The Issues Surrounding The United Nation’s Agenda 21

Maria Magdalena “Born in Cuba, she has been involved in real estate and land development in the past, and is now concentrated on bringing awareness to people about the dangers of Agenda 21.” Open Letter to my fellow residents of…

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City of Coral Gables Holiday Tree Lighting This Friday

Join members of the Coral Gables City Commission for the lighting of the Holiday Tree on Friday, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m. at Merrick Park in front of City Hall located at 405 Biltmore Way. The event space will open…

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Community Invited: St. Theresa Parish Fair Returns This Weekend

The St. Theresa Catholic School and Church of the Little Flower Parish Fair returns this weekend and the entire community is invited. The staple event in Coral Gables is attended by thousands every year, making it one of the largest…

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New Exhibits Open At Coral Gables Museum Courtesy Of Raúl and Mily De Molina

The Coral Gables Museum has opened its two latest exhibits, courtesy of South Florida media personality Raúl de Molina and his wife Mily. De Molina who started his career as a photojournalist, was on hand last week to officially open…

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