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'The Raven' part of Miami Beach history

Robert Kraft has run eight miles on the beach every single day for the last four decades, even during hurricanes. To date, he's logged more than 116,000 miles.

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Miami Beach preservationists fight to save art on buildings

Preservationists on Miami Beach are fighting another battle: Saving unique art on buildings slated for demolition.

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Terminals turned into galleries at MIA

The large-scale installations could be at Art Basel; the bold paintings are reminiscent of Wynwood Walls. But they're not just for the gallery-hopper or art enthusiast to see. Instead, they are works inside Miami International Airport.

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'Piecing Together a Changing Planet' exhibit on display...

At Biscayne National Park, it's easy to feel one with nature, even with the city skyline within eyeshot.

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Miami Beach cafe to make a comeback

David's Cafe was the place on Miami Beach to enjoy a pastelito and spot a gathering of local politicians. Its original location closed in April. Now, David's is slated to make a comeback.

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Do taglines for South Fla. cities make a difference?

People living in Margate might start noticing a new motto and logo on the city website and around town. A lot of cities and towns in South Florida have taglines, but do the taglines really make a difference?

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App allows flyers to book private jets

Sergey Petrossov said he was a frustrated private jet traveler. It isn't a problem most people have, but Petrossov, 26, said he wants more people to ?be able to travel on private planes, and access them without hassle.

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Renewed South Pointe Pier to open Friday

At the end of South Pointe Park and jutting from the sand on Miami Beach is South Pointe Pier, which is scheduled to open to the public this week.

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City leaders: Oakland Park soup kitchen has to go

Father Bob Caudill’s soup kitchen, at the All Saint’s Mission in Oakland Park, has to go, say city leaders. Now Caudill, known as Father Bob, is fighting back.

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People in France comment on Skyrise Miami proposal

Skyrise Miami, the towering observation deck ?proposed to be built along Biscayne Bay, has been called a lot of things. Proponents have even called it the "Eiffel Tower of Miami."

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