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Will the unique culture of Miami’s Coconut Grove survive?
https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2019/lifestyle/travel/amp-stories/a-locals-guide-to-what-to-eat-and-do-in-miami/?fbclid=IwAR1Q1Pg4cIp5Ml9J1LQbh3kSISC6ufiSM5xJ8RQZQB1bhRWnd3_OLDO5t7o
A local’s guide to Miami (Washington Post)
You may be surprised to learn that one of America’s oldest food companies is best known for its canned beans and packaged rice varieties.
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A local’s guide to Little River favorites (Washington Post)
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It may be the youngest major city in the country, incorporated in 1896, but Miami sure knows how to reinvent itself at lightning speed.
For decades, South Florida visitors have been fascinated by the vibrant multicolored hues found in Seminole and Miccosukee Indian patchwork clothing. Explore how the next generation turns this ancient art form into modern fashion.
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