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Onion rings return to ‘Rat’ with new name

Onion rings return to ‘Rat’ with new name

There is an old favorite that’s making a comeback at the “Rat.” This month, the University of Miami re-introduced onion rings at the popular campus restaurant. The appetizer got a new name as well, “SalernOrings,” after Coral Gables city manager Pat Salerno. “I am honored by the gesture and the ...

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Coral Gables named one of world’s most livable cities

Coral Gables named one of world’s most livable cities

Coral Gables recently was named one of the top five most livable communities in the world with a population of between 20,000 and 75,000 by the United Nations-backed International Awards for Livable Communities (LivCom). Coral Gables was judged by an international panel of experts on its efforts to enhance the ...

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UM, Coral Gables leaders praise strong relationship

Pictured at the meeting are participants representing the city and university. 
(Photo courtesy: University of Miami)

Top University of Miami and City of Coral Gables officials exchanged information and achievements during their recent annual meeting. This year, the meeting was held at UM’s new Student Activities Center. UM president Donna Shalala, members of the university’s board of trustees and the city commission commended each other on ...

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City’s streetscape project creating stunning street

City’s streetscape project creating stunning street

Traffic on Alhambra Circle in Downtown Coral Gables is moving a little slower lately as drivers pause to admire the beautiful streetscape project that’s wrapping up on the medians. Hedges and flowering annuals were planted recently, from LeJeune Road to Ponce de Leon Boulevard, to compliment the 67 towering Medjool ...

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