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Ten uniquely Miami things to do for Labor Day Weekend

September 3, 2010 Events
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Ten wacky and uniquely Miami things to do Labor Day Weekend

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27th Miami International Film Festival March 5-14, 2010

March 2, 2010 Coral Gables
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The 27th Annual Miami International Film Festival is Here! 139 Films in 10 Days.

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See Miami’s Downtown Like You Never Have Before! Photosynth

February 20, 2010 Miami
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View Miami’s Downtown Skyline like you’ve never seen it before.

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17th Annual Miami International Map Fair at the HMSF

February 2, 2010 Events
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The Historical Museum of Southern Florida’s Miami International Map Fair, the #1 map fair in the world.

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Shakespeare in the Park – January 15-17 FREE – in Coconut Grove

January 1, 2010 Coconut Grove
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All performances are Free
No Tickets Required
The Taming of the Shrew
Miami-Dade County performances

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Celebrate the Repeal of Prohibition with Historical Museum Young Professionals 12/10/09

December 7, 2009 Events
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The Historical Museum of Southern Florida’s Young Professionals, the Tropees, are celebrating the repeal of prohibition on December 10 at 7pm at Bardot. In December 1933, the 21st Amendment was ratified ending prohibition.

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Miami is home to 5 of the country’s 100 Most Elite Neighborhoods – Miami; Luxury Living at it’s Best

November 29, 2009 Communities

Miami has much to offer for those who like to live life well; award winning beaches, amazing nightlife and year round sun are just the beginning of a very long list of “Miami’s Best”.

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The Historic Homes of Miami

November 29, 2009 Coconut Grove

Miami has many more historic homes and districts than many people are aware of. Although first claimed by Spain in 1566, Miami first started to develop into a settled area in the 1800s by Henry Flagler and friends Julia Tuttle and William Brickell.

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The Miami Dade Luxury Home Market – Where are the Homes?

November 29, 2009 Coconut Grove

Miami is known for our luxury homes. From private islands with waterfront views to country estates we really have some beautiful homes. The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing classifies a luxury home as being in the top 10% of market, which in Miami-Dade is $1,500,000. We have over 1,000 of them actively listed in Miami [...]

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Historic Coral Gables Architect Walter C. Degarmo

November 26, 2009 Coconut Grove

Coral Gables is known for it’s amazing architecture, especially Mediterranean Revival , which was one of the prevalent styles implemented during the birth of Coral Gables in the 1920s.

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Coffee and Miami, the fuel that makes us run

November 24, 2009 Coffee
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Seattle doesn’t have anything on Miami as a city that fuels itself on coffee. Coffee is a way of life here, from walk up Cuban coffee stand and kiosks to mini plastic cups being passed around the office, we love our coffee.

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Coconut Grove, FL – Take a walk on the Funky Side

November 24, 2009 Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove, FL is one of Miami-Dade’s oldest communities, by a long shot. Dating back to 1825, it predates even early Miami by nearly 100 years. Diverse, funky and artistic are what you will find in The Grove.

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Something old, something new, something borrowed, something GREEN?

November 24, 2009 Green Building

In the past few years, we have seen a real upswing in the number of people deciding to stay and renovate or add on to a home rather than sell and move to a new home.

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Selling a home in Miami’s Crazy Real Estate Market

November 24, 2009 For Home Sellers
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Selling a home in Miami’s crazy real estate market can be a challenge, but you can be successful if you pay attention to the three simple, but essential, points:

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