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Miami Grandmother Fights Off Large Aneurysm

Dr. Italo Linfante, MD

Sixteen years ago, Miami grandmother Teresa Delgado was diagnosed with a brain aneurysm. Over the years, it grew to more than eight times the size of the average aneurysm and nearly the size of a golf ball, greatly reducing her quality of life. Teresa Delgado, 78, suffered from debilitating headaches …

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DEERING ESTATE 100TH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE

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Dear Friends, Miami’s Community Newspapers is producing a special publication celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Deering Estate. We will explore all the glorious history as well as the exciting things taking place on the 450 acre property today. It was 100 years ago that Charles Deering purchased the Richmond …

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Melissa Cyber-Bulling Conference Teaches Violence Prevention to 160

Students in session on Learning Relationships

Students from 14 different Miami-Dade elementary schools attended The Melissa Institute for Violence Prevention and Treatment’s “Elementary School Student Conference on Cyber-bullying Prevention” Dec. 10 to learn cyber-bullying tactics and to prevent them. The 2015 conference continued prevention sessions begun in 2003 for nine to 10-year-olds from Miami-Dade County Public …

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Stopping by Wood on a Rainy Evening

After braving one of Miami’s legendary thunderstorms for a grueling 60-minute drive through the swamp formerly known as Old Cutler Road, I arrived at the Wood Tavern to investigate both decriminalization wafting through the air and free tacos. Witnessing the typically glorious multicultural mix that is the real Miami – …

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I read the news today, oh boy!

I read the news today, oh boy!

Though sometimes, I feel like a motherless child, and randomness feels like the order of the times, heaps of new media bring fresh perspectives. Constantly, I find myself looking down, not because I am afraid to give eye contact, but submissively, as in a slave to my iPhone and Mac. …

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Take Me Back to Orange Bowl Parade Days!

  ‘Nothing like January in Miami!’ ew Year’s has come and gone but it always feels like something was missing in Miami. Are you thinking it’s the UM Hurricanes not being in a national championship game or the Dolphins in the NFL Playoffs? No — it’s the Orange Bowl Parade …

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