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1983 Pulitizer Prize award to The Herald for editorials on Haitian refugees
The Miami Herald was awarded a Pulitzer Prize in 1983 for distinguished editorial writing for a series of editorials condemning the U.S. government's discriminatory imprisonment of Haitian refugees at the Krome Avenue detention center. The editorials, written by members of The Herald's editorial board and published throughout 1982, spoke for the plight of hundreds of newly arrived Haitians who were being held behind barbed wire and chain fences at the barren West Dade camp.
Album ID: 1896232
The New World Symphony's first Walkcast, 2011
Nothing says concerto like seven-story-tall cellos and wine sipped from plastic coffee cups. That´s not the classical image of a night at the symphony. But traditional isn´t quite what the New World Symphony was going for when it hired architect Frank Gehry and aspired to create a new symphonic experience by building a high-tech system to broadcast live performances on the massive facade of the new $160 million New World Center in Miami Beach.
Album ID: 1896173
1998 All-Dade Golf, Tennis and Water Polo teams
The 1998 All-Dade high school golf, tennis and water polo teams.
Album ID: 1895306
The secrets of frugal couples, 2009
How does the Middle Class get by during the Great Recession? Meg and Lamine Savane are raising their newborn daughter in South Beach, a pricey community in some parts, but they are not struggling financially. They cut back to one car, Lamine began to walk to one of his two jobs, and he carried a bag lunch. They trimmed their Internet service and cable television and limited nights on the town.
Album ID: 1891854
Coral Park out wrestles Hialeah-Miami Lakes, 1995
Coral Park High School wrestlers defeated Hialeah-Miami Lakes High School Wednesday, January 12, 1995.
Album ID: 1889599
In 1911, Silver Palm Drive was a logging road connecting the Everglades to the shipping port of Black Point in South Biscayne Bay. At roughly the midway point, an entrepreneur named William “Popp” Anderson, who worked for railroad magnate Henry Flagler, built a general store that served what became a thriving farming community. The two-story country store that later became the highly praised Harvest House restaurant was the community’s best known structure. Hurricane Andrew nearly destroyed it and although there have been restoration attempts, the building has been vacant.
Album ID: 1887540
Judge Israel Reyes
Israel Reyes gave up his gun and his badge to hit the law books, selling his home to pay for tuition. That leap of faith landed him on the Miami-Dade County Court bench in 2002.
Album ID: 1887517
Tony Argiz, Miami business and civic leader
Anyone involved with Miami's civic and charitable organizations has met Antonio L. "Tony" Argiz frequently. Few can match his involvement as a past chairman of United Way, past chairman of the Orange Bowl Committee, past chairman of the Miami Dade College Foundation, past chairman of Florida International University's Council of 100, to name but a few of his volunteer posts.
Album ID: 1887433
Coast Guard corpsman Janet Combs
U.S. Coast Guard corpsman Janet Combs of Miami Beach has spent 12 years of her career helping others. She was honored by the Armed Services YMCA in 2014 for her work caring for hundreds of wounded patients, many of them soldiers returned from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Album ID: 1884763
Putting down roots with Million Trees Miami
The Million Trees Miami Campaign is aiming to raise Miami-Dade County's tree canopy from 14 percent to 30 percent by 2020. Neighborhoods including Miami Gardens and Little Havana are set to benefit from the new program.