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Michael Tilson Thomas is the New World Symphony's artistic director.
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The Bacardi Building
The distinctive blue-and-white Bacardi Building has been a landmark of Miami's skyline since 1963, with its modernist architecture and prominent location on Biscayne Boulevard. The eight-story tower was built in 1963 by Cuban-born architect Enrique Gutierrez. The blue-and-white tile murals of flowers, by Brazilian artist Francisco Brennand, adorn the full height of the tower’s north and south flanks.
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Art Basel 2014
Photos and pages from Art Basel 2014
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Harvick steers to 2014 NASCAR championship at Homestead
Kevin Harvick steered to a Ford EcoBoost 400 victory and a 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup championship November 16, 2014 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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File photo could provide clue to Amelia Earhart's fate
A photograph from the Miami Herald archives might help solve one of aviation’s most enduring mysteries — what happened to famed female aviator Amelia Earhart, who disappeared without a trace on a round-the-world flight in 1937. Using computer enhancement of the photo, snapped moments before Earhart’s plane took off from Miami on her fateful trip, investigators say they have matched a chunk of airplane wreckage found on the Pacific Island of Nikumaroro to a repaired panel seen on the fuselage of her aircraft. “As far as we’re concerned, we’ve got a piece of Amelia Earhart’s plane,” said Ric Gillespie, executive director of the International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR).
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When kids need stuff teachers turn to crowd funding
This holiday season, hundreds of Miami-Dade County teachers from public, private and charter schools are turning to crowd-funding websites. They're hoping to buy everything from age-appropriate books and copying paper to a solar car kit or frogs to dissect in biology class.
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Boy, 13, helps diabetic mom
What hurts Maria Perez most isn't the loss of her sight, or the possible loss of both legs. She hurts because she can't be a good mother. Albert, her 13-year-old son, must help her with everything. Maria, 35, has been diabetic since 14.
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A dance with daddy: A day for daughters of prison inmates
Inmates serving time in a Miami federal detention center were allowed to dance with their daughters for an afternoon.
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Coral Gables Garden Club members help restore Matheson
Members of the Coral Gables Garden Club got their feet wet when they volunteered for a mangrove restoration project in February, 2014 at Matheson Hammock Park in Coral Gables.
Ankle-deep in a park creek, members of the club planted over 300 mangrove pups to help restore the damaged mangrove forest and mitigate effects of climate change.
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Jonathan Vilma, played at Coral Gables High School
Back Jonathan Vilma, of Coral Gables High School, was one of eight Dade players on the Class 6A All-State football team in 2000. Vilma also earned first-team All-Dade honors his senior season at Gables High, where he registered 115 tackles and 10 sacks in leading the Cavaliers to the state playoffs. He would go on to the University of Miami and the pros.