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How to know who to court for the Courts this election season

Let’s begin with a quick civics lesson from the Florida Bar: “Circuit Courts have original jurisdiction over civil disputes involving more than $30,000; controversies involving the estates; cases relating to juveniles; felony criminal prosecutions; tax disputes; real estate disputes and other matters” while “County Courts have jurisdiction over civil disputes involving $30,000 or less. Most […] Read more.

Lost Restaurants of Greater Miami: Part I

By Seth H. Bramson, Barry University Adjunct Professor of History and Historian in Residence, Florida East Coast Railway Company Historian, and author of more than 30 books on Florida history. When Arcadia and The History Press asked me to write the book as part of their “Lost Restaurants” series, I was limited to 120 images, […] Read more.

Meet one of Coral Gables’ most important matchmakers

📸: Photo courtesy of Mary Snow Hi Mary! Let’s start with the basics: Who are you? What do you do? I have the great privilege of being a matchmaker between the kind and generous individuals, families and companies of Coral Gables and the non-profit organizations and projects that make the community a better place to […] Read more.

Meet Rodrigo Butori, the Plastic Fisherman

📸: Photo courtesy of Rodrigo Butori Who are you? What do you do? I’m the founder of Plastic Fisherman, a global project that uses art and creativity to create awareness about the marine plastic pollution issue. If you could give any one piece of advice to locals, what would it be? People all over the country are […] Read more.