Jennifer Ward Sando To Provide Keynote At Good Morning Coral Gables Breakfast To Discuss Autism Awareness

April is World Autism Month. The month where we work to raise awareness and increase understanding and acceptance for those who live with Autism. At this coming Thursday’s Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce’s Good Morning Coral Gables breakfast, Coral Gables…

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Opinion: Celebrating Marion Manley

Marion Isadore Manley (1893-1984) was born in Junction City, Kansas.  She earned a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Illinois in 1917 and spent a summer doing post-graduate design work at M.I.T.  Nevertheless, her future would not…

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Coral Gables Country Club: Illegal Seizure vs. Justified Takeover

Over the last six days, many have given or shared their opinions over the City’s emergency ex parte motion to appoint a receiver to oversee the Coral Gables Country Club and forcefully remove the tenants of the Club, Coral Grand,…

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#2 Canes Salvage Series Finale Against #21 Virginia Tech, 8-5

Dawn of a new beginning. Miami holds on and avoids a sweep, taking the final game of the series 8-5. As has been the pattern this weekend, the Hokies struck first, but the sting wasn’t as harsh being only one…

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#2 Canes Drop Second Blow Out In A Row To #21 Virginia Tech, Look To Bounce Back Sunday

Miami’s fairy tale ride for 14 straight has turned into a nightmare at Blacksburg, Va. this weekend. Miami is now streaking in a downward spiral losing two games convincingly making the doubters believers in how good this team really is…

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#2 Canes Winning Streak Comes To An End With 12-5 Loss To #21 Virginia Tech

The Miracle Ride is no more. The streak stops at 14 straight as Miami was knocked off their pedestal by the VT Hokies, winner of their last 10 of 12 games, in a very convincing 12-5 loss. For the 5th…

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City Manager And Staff Drag Feet On Burger Bob’s And Dog Park: Signs Of Financial Troubles

The Coral Gables City Commission held its regular meeting on April 12th and discussed some controversial items where the City Manager, Peter Iglesias, showed his political agenda to try to block the interests of residents and the Commission. Burger Bob’s…

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Police Remove Tenants Following City Motion To Appoint Receiver For Coral Gables Country Club

Questions about a pocket item by Coral Gables City Attorney Miriam Soler Ramos at the end of the April 12th City Commission meeting were answered today, as six Miami-Dade Police officers showed up at the Coral Gables Country Club and…

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Opinion: It’s Not Nice To Fool Mother Nature

April marks Earth Month. Mother Nature is watching. Be nice.  Stewardship of our planet starts with preserving what already exists. This brings one to the ever growing issue of environmental sustainability and the need for cities, including Coral Gables, to…

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O’Miami Poetry Festival Comes To Coral Gables

The O’Miami Poetry Festival has made its way into Coral Gables. The festival, in its tenth year, has partnered with Books & Books at 265 Aragon Avenue to bring us two poetic events. Saturdays in April from 3:00PM to 5:00PM…

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