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as you may have heard, the City of Miami Commission recently approved a renovation plan put together by the folks over at Friends of Miami Marine Stadium -...
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  in the days before Frank Gehry built us a giant symphony that looks like a paper plate, before SET, before the now endangered Fillmore or Jackie Gleason...
coconut grove the oldest consecutively inhabited neighborhood in Miami.  tropical style.  southwest Coconut Grove between Main Highway and Edgewater Dr.      click here for nice cribs, morningside....
craigslist find: midcentury Adrian Pearsall Stingray Tables   ...
babe paley, jamaica, 1959. slim aarons.   photo included in Poolside with Slim Aarons a coffee table book of beautiful,  rich people lounging by fancy pools. available here. ...
an endangered species  ...
30,000 pound (actually, 26,594 by another source) whale shark towed to Miami on a railroad flatbed in 1912. Too bad in 1922 it was destroyed by a fire,...
last week we mentioned Tom Wolfe's new book Back To Blood on Miami, but we forgot to mention that he looks like this. White suits. The guy was...
this month, Vanity Fair featured an excerpt from the new novel, Back To Blood, by the very legendary Tom Wolfe all about Miami. Based on these few pages we can...