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35 min ago | The Item

When your second career starts at 73

As it does for many Americans today, the milestone came in phases. The first phase began two years ago when he went part time in his role as the director of the educational development office for the medical school at the University of Miami and his $120,000 salary dropped to about $70,000.

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4 hrs ago | The Florida Times-Union

Jenny Hager's Sculpture Walk will bring 13 sculptures to downtown Jacksonville for the next year

For the next year, 10 sculptures will fill the park, located across Main Street from the downtown public library.

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7 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

Crumbling courthouse an injustice

The residents of Miami-Dade County need a new civil courthouse in downtown Miami.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

The Miami Herald

The little violinist, 20 years later

Fernando Angel in his home office in Miami. The accountant is letting his firm, F. Angel & Associates, Inc., dwindle to two or three clients while he pursues his dream: analyzing professional cycling for the beIN Sports TV network.

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The Miami Herald

Inventive in vogue for businesses

Fernando Angel in his home office in Miami. The accountant is letting his firm, F. Angel & Associates, Inc., dwindle to two or three clients while he pursues his dream: analyzing professional cycling for the beIN Sports TV network.

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The Miami Herald

Miami's Cannonball arts center goes R.A.D.

Miami Killian's Sheldrick Redwine, top, fights for a ball in the end zone with Miami Carol City's Rashad Fenton during their game at Tropical Park on Saturday night.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

The Miami Herald

Miami singer-songwriter Cris Cab, just 21, breaking out with major debut

He's only 21, but singer-songwriter Cris Cab can still sound like an old soul, or at least a jaded one.

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Examiner.com

Sunpass comes to Miami-Dade causeways

Miami-Dade County will introduce the Sunpass transponder system of electronic toll collections on the Rickenbacker Causeway from Miami to Virginia Key and Key Biscayne, and the Venetian Causeway connecting Miami and Miami Beach.

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The Miami Herald

Fabiola Santiago: Pancho the croc is gone, but not before making a political statement with his chomp

To place a Death Notice, please call 305-376-8901 or email obit@miamiherald.com .

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Miami New Times

Drag #Out at Gramps Is Gender-Bending Fun for Gays and Straights Alike

Ladies, let's get real. Going out is awesome, but those heels are fucking awful.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

Miami New Times

Dwyane Wade is Getting Married Tomorrow and the Wedding Has a Lot of Rules

It may be the biggest South Florida wedding of the year, but if all goes well you won't be hearing anything about it.

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Miami's Community Newspapers

Port of Miami Tunnel will ease downtown traffic woes

After three decades of planning, the $1-billion Port of Miami Tunnel opened for public use on Aug. 3. The tunnel runs 100 feet under Biscayne Bay connecting the MacArthur Causeway on Watson Island with the Port of Miami on Dodge Island.

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The Miami Herald

Artist's work is influenced by Miami, Cuban heritage

Joseriberto Perez, an emerging artist based in Miami, seems to avoid assigning his works meaning; he prefers the works to be ambiguous to the viewer and to lead to their own conclusions.

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Eater

On The Racked: We've Found Miami's Hottest Trainer; Where To Get Organized

We've mapped out nine obvious but essential spots to shop for your tiny abodes this year.

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CBS Local

Trappers Catch Elusive Gables Croc

After nearly a week of searching trappers have caught one of two crocodiles which call the canals of a Coral Gables neighborhood home.

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The Miami Herald

Up close and personal with migrant children in Dade school

This year, on the first day of the academic calendar, I kicked off the day at Francis Tucker Elementary in Coconut Grove donating book bags and supplies to excited kindergartners in this historic and economically fragile neighborhood of the City of Miami.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

The Miami Herald

FundraisersupportsRead toa Child

What's not to like about Read to a Child's fund-raising event, from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Books & Books in Coral Gables? The South Florida chapter of the national organization is hosting the networking event to raise funds for its program, in which professionals meet students at school and read to them during the kids' lunch hour.

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Reuters

Environmentalists ready to sue over Miami port's deep dredge

Environmentalists said on Thursday they are prepared to sue the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers after researchers found dredging to deepen the port of Miami is burying coral and could destroy the surrounding marine ecosystem for years to come.

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The Miami Herald

New Miami-Dade civil courthouse proposals faces critics

The politics involved in possibly asking Miami-Dade taxpayers for more money to build a new civil courthouse are so delicate that three county commissioners met Thursday in a judge's cramped chambers to try to work through their differences before a full commission vote next week.

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Miami New Times

Wynwood Parking Is the 'Wild, Wild West'

At a breakfast networking event in Wynwood this morning, Miami Parking Authority chief Art Noriega, addressing the ongoing parking changes that have rankled the neighborhood's businesses, called Wynwood a kind of "Wild Wild West" of parking and said his agency is working to refine its system.

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