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12:13 pm
Fri June 28, 2013

The Florida Blogup: Building Bridges, Everglades Art And DOMA Reactions

The Florida Everglades is considered a national treasure.
Credit Rasmus Bøgeskov Larsen/Flickr

Everglades-Inspired Art

If you just can’t get enough of Florida wildlife, or if you want to celebrate increased funding for Everglades clean-up, you might want to check out this event.

Hosted at a home on Matheson Avenue, the Summer Salon on Sunday, June 30, will feature Ana Mendez, Gustavo Matamoros and works of art from the Artists in Residence in Everglades (AIRIE) collection.

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Blogosphere
6:30 am
Fri June 21, 2013

Blog Roundup: Coconut Grove Waterfront And Meat Market Dinners

An artist rendering of the proposed Coconut Grove Waterfront.
Credit Coconut Grove Grapevine

A weekly look at noteworthy South Florida blogs and posts:

Plans For New Coconut Grove Waterfront Are In

Grove Bay Investment Group has submitted a proposal for what may become "The Harbour" in historic Coconut Grove.

The city manager, city commission and Miami voters still have to approve plans for the area, which include a tree park, retail space and a monument or exhibit of South Florida aviation history.

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Blogosphere
7:47 am
Fri June 14, 2013

Blog Roundup: Politics, Politics, and Classical Music Politics

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio has taken heat from both sides for his English proficiency proposal.

The Blog Roundup is a weekly look at noteworthy South Florida blogs and posts:

Rubio's Immigration Reform Amendment Flops

Sen. Marco Rubio's amendment  to the immigration reform bill, which mandates English proficiency for those seeking citizenship, is getting attacked from all sides, even his conservative base.

Javier Manjarro at The Shark Tank has more.

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Blogosphere
7:00 am
Fri June 7, 2013

South Florida’s Blog Roundup: Beer Lessons, Foreign Movies And Local Artists

Riverside Market in Fort Lauderdale is home to the new Beer Academy.
Credit Photo via Riverside Market's Facebook page

This roundup of local blogs shows that South Florida’s art scene isn’t just Art Basel. Locals get the chance to learn about craft beer while politics make a small appearance -- without scandal.

First Riverside Market Beer Academy Begins June 25

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