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Our mission: to wander our hometown and its environs in search of the city we’ve always wanted and often suspected was there all along. Essentially, we intend to squeeze the orange dry in the hopes that it yields plenty of juice. It may or it may not, but that’s kinda the point.Coral Gables Watch
Beached Miami is the chronicle of this shameless excuse to eat, drink and introduce ourselves to attractive ladies as Univision reporters. We hope you enjoy. Feel free to contact us to suggest places we should go, events we should attend, and people we should meet. We are open to everything.
This site comments on events in the City of Coral Gables, as well as Florida and South Florida. Coral Gables is a lovely, dynamic city of some 40,000 inhabitants with a pattern of citizen participation and well organized residential and commercial development. The City Beautiful also faces serious management, financial and organizational issues that have yet to be solved.Burgers By The Beach: It's all about the burgers.
South Florida Theater Review
South Florida Theater Review was launched July 26, 2010, by critic and editor Lawrence A. Johnson, with Bill Hirschman as the site’s lead critic. The objective is to fill the gaping void in coverage of the tri-county regions’s theater scene, much as its predecessor, South Florida Classical Review has done on the music beat. We hope to make South Florida Theater Review an essential bookmark and daily stop for all working in and interested in theater in South Florida, and Bill will cover this busy beat with the candor, comprehensiveness, and intelligence for which he is widely known and respected.Nunez Photography
My name is Anthony, by day I'm an investor and by night a passionate street photographer. Looking to capture moments many people miss while going about their lives. Based in Miami, Florida.Liam Crotty
Liam P. B. Crotty (born on Leap Year’s Day, February 29, in Superior, Wisconsin) is an accomplished American portrait photographer whose style is known for his ability to instantly connect with his subjects.Taking Over Miami
As an adventure traveler, he’s photographed the jungles of Costa Rica, the Swiss Alps while skiing the Mattterhorn, whales and dolphins while scuba diving in the Gulf of California and numerous alpine peaks during his annual mountain climbing trips. Yet, photographing people in their own, natural setting is his specialty and why people hire him.
I am going to take over Miami (and the rest of South Florida), sharing with you my experiences and discoveries. Not to mention, if I can give you a good tip as to where to go and when, I will do it. Think of me as a tourist from a local’s perspective/knowledge. This is my last year (or so) in my home and I want to milk it for everything she’s got. I want to learn what makes this city so magical. I want to learn and experience Miami as much as possibly before I leave because once I do leave, that’ll be it. Of course, I will visit but I will never be able to appreciate everything like I can now.Mike LaMonica's Blog: Miscellaneous ramblings.
I have a bucket list and I have every intention of crossing out each and every one of those items and with your help, adding more.
I just wanted to pay special note to the removal of More Blog About Buildings and Food and Miami, bro, and say that I am very disappointed to see these two blogs become inactive. Their owners are now contributors to The Heat Lightning but in gaining one average nationally-oriented blog, the South Florida blogosphere lost two solid local ones.
Eating Local In The Tropics: Last post April 21, 2010.
More Blog About Buildings And Food: Last post May 10, 2010.
Miami, bro: Last post June 27, 2010.
Holy Crap: Moved.
Tumiamiblog: Lost interest.
Coral Gables: Lost interest.
Burnettiquette: Lost interest.
Computer Colonics: Lost interest.
South Beach USA: Lost interest.
Hallandale Beach Blog: Lost interest.
Fort Lauderdale Daily Photo: Lost interest.
FTL Today: Lost interest.
Babalu: Hopelessly insecure cowards who blocked links from SFDB.