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Unusual sightings, sites and sights captured by Miami Herald photographers.
Album ID: 1905605
Miami. See It Like A Native
The phrase "Miami. See It Like A Native" went from marketing catch phrase to ironic cliche as the city's image suffered through the 1980s.
Album ID: 1759834
Airport janitor finds treasure, turns it in, gives reward away
Finders keepers? Not for this airport janitor. Patrick Morgram came across an iPad and $13,000 in cash, turned it in, and received a reward. He gave the reward away.
Album ID: 1706462
Models added to eye appeal at the Zoo
In 2007 Joe Castro, in charge of marketing for the Zoological Society, decided a little sex appeal could help fund the dromedary camels and sloth bears at Metrozoo. Castro dialed Irene Marie Management Group for help. The modeling and talent agency jumped right in, gratis. The partnership was called Beauties and the Beasts.
Album ID: 1697074
Condo Minimum, where clothes are optional
Tropic magazine called it "Condo Minimum" in 1986. Paradise Lakes offers residents many amenities, including the option to walk around naked.
Album ID: 1684686
Bride in the buff, a threadless wedding, 1984
The bride wore essentially nothing. Same with the groom. A couple "barely" tied the knot in Loxahatchee in 1984.
Album ID: 1684407
Paralegals posed in nude for 2005 charity calendar
They weren't all paralegals but they all took it all off for charity in 2005.
Album ID: 1541871
Taking a spin on a tricked-out cruising bicycle
Joachim Ruiz of Wynwood takes to the streets in his tricked-out cruising bicycle.
Album ID: 1452306
Just plane crazy: Plane spotting at Miami International
Don White is a reggie (Brit slang for registration) spotter, a plane watcher, an Aviation Enthusiast -- a guy who goes all over the world to collect plane registration numbers. It is a quest that inevitably leads to the best place in the world for such a sport: the Miami Internatonal Airport observation deck.
Album ID: 1429538
Is this any way to ruin an airline?
In 1968 The Herald's Tropic magazine dressed a man in the uniform of an airline stewardess to illustrate a story about how employement of male flight attendants meant fewer pretty smiles and shapely legs on board airliners.