Coral Gables Merrick House’s Doc Dammers Day To Take Place October 24

One hundred years ago this November, nearly 5000 people showed up on George and Eunice Merrick’s front lawn for the first hugely successful land auction in what would become the City Beautiful. The Coral Gables Merrick House is telling this…

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Enter The Halloween Home Decorating Competition

Last year, Gables Insider held its Holiday Decorating Competition, and the amount of participation was extraordinary. This year, we have decided to host a Halloween Decoration Competition. Show off your Halloween decor! Enter the 2021 Gables Insider Halloween Home Decorating…

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Results Are In: MOXY-Gables Insider Poll

Last month, Gables Insider and MOXY concluded their poll of Coral Gables stakeholders on issues affecting Coral Gables. This poll measured the sentiment of Gables’ residents across nearly two-dozen topics that span the spectrum of issues affecting the lifestyle and…

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Leaders & Coffee: Lola Hernandez of Vicky Bakery

On this edition of Leaders & Coffee on Gables Insider, we sit down with Lola Hernandez of Franchise Operations Management at Vicky Bakery, as their company prepares to begin franchising Vicky Bakery.

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First Night Of Enchantment, “Singin’ In The Rain,” Scheduled For October 13

First announced at the September 28th City Commission meeting, Commissioner Kirk R. Menendez has launched his Night of Enchantment series. Night of Enchantment will be a film series at the Coral Gables Art Cinema, playing one film every month for…

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Pumpkin Patch Returns October 16th

The City of Coral Gables will once again bring a flair of fall to Pittman Park, as the Community Recreation Department holds its Pumpkin Patch. “Hundreds of pumpkins in all sizes will take over Pittman Park. Enjoy live music, pumpkin…

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Former U.S. Attorney And Coral Gables Activist, Leon Kellner, Has Died

On October 5th, our community lost a fierce fighter for the rule of law and transparency in government. Born in New York on December 31, 1945, Leon Bernard Kellner graduated cum laude from the State University of New York at…

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The Coral Gables Country Club: The Facts As We Know Them

Since our founding, Gables Insider has prided itself in providing in-depth information to you about issues that are affecting our community. Over the last two months, a lot of information has been circulating about the Coral Gables Country Club, the…

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Youth Zones: A Traffic-Calming Measure

The City of Coral Gables is home to thirty-two parks, ten community facilities, a library, and countless other open spaces that experience high volumes of foot traffic and use by the city’s youth and their families. Although the seventeen schools…

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Meetings Next Week To Discuss Toledo and Alava And Blue Road Neighborhood Parks

The City of Coral Gables’ Community Recreation Department will be holding meetings to discuss the future of both Toledo and Alava Neighborhood Park and Blue Road Neighborhood Park. The City is seeking to apply for Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program…

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