Coral Gables News

Lost Miami: Book’s images capture a neglected past

Lost Miami: Book's images capture a neglected past

Urban explorer David Bulit tweaks the conscience of a city with his newly published and first authored book, Lost Miami, that carries the provocative subtitle: “Stories and Secrets Behind Magic City Ruins.” Throughout the 156-page text and spectacular wide-angle photographs, Bulit captures a contemporary look at 14 Miami- Dade locations, …

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Suarez speaks out about Sea-Level Rising


On the eve of the County’s second budget hearing, the voices of many who pressed for the administration to take sea-level rise seriously were finally heeded. It surely helped that in the afternoon of the budget hearing – precisely at 4:30 pm in the Strategic Planning and Government Operations Committee …

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Coral Gables Hospital unveils renovated Emergency Dept.


Coral Gables Hospital unveils renovated Emergency Dept. Coral Gables Hospital recently unveiled its newly remodeled emergency room, designed to provide patients with a more efficient emergency care experience. The renovations include a quick care area with five patient bays, new equipment and modern décor. The ER’s radiology room also was …

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Gulliver announces Mike Ward as girls track


Gulliver announces Mike Ward as girls trackGulliver has hired Mike Ward as the new head coach for its girls track and girls cross country teams for the 2015-16 school year. Ward joins the Gulliver Athletic Department from the University of Miami (UM), where he spent a total of 16 years, …

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Top Them Off! Marrying public space and transit


Anyone traversing Miami-Dade at almost any time of the year comes across an unsettling image — working people, children, and elderly residents waiting for buses and trolleys at the mercy of the weather because of the lack of covered shelters at most transit stops. Miami-Dade County has a duty to …

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