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  Most politically savvy South Floridians were slightly shocked that the bill to allow a bed tax increase to fund Dolphin Stadium improvements never made it to a vote in the Florida Legislature. Some call it the “Marlin” effect as certainly the voters in Miami-Dade County were stung by the ...

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Leadership spotlight -Alex Fernandez

  Alex Fernandez is part of a new generation of leadership emerging in the Miami Beach political scene. Passionate about public service, Fernandez works in the Miami Beach Office of the Mayor & Commission as a Deputy to Commissioner Deede Weithorn. Recently he was appointed by Weithorn to serve on ...

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Letter from the Chair

What is significant about the year 2000 to everyone in Miami Beach? That is the year that the City began focusing on the fact that something had to be done to improve our convention center. Since that time, the City has had multiple studies performed by experts in the convention ...

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Michael Aller Receives Beach High Diploma

Michael Aller Receives Beach High Diploma

Yes, Michael Aller went to high school and received a diploma in Detroit, where he is originally from. However, he will be receiving an honorary diploma from Miami Beach Senior High as part of the City National Bank Hi-Tides Outstanding Achievement Award being presented at the Miami Beach Chamber of ...

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True Miami crime meets comedy in Pain & Gain

True Miami crime meets comedy in Pain & Gain

It was a story that shook the Magic City. A story so shocking, that it’s difficult to believe. A story that perhaps only one man was over-thetop enough to nail: director Michael Bay. Bay, who’s best known for huge blockbusters hits such as the “Transformers” trilogy and “Armageddon,” shot his ...

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