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St. Jude Melkite Saved; History At Grove Convention Center

· Critical Mass made it into the stoggy Miami Herald [Miami Herald]
· Critical Mass afterparty to celebrate Miami's 117th birthday [Miami New Times]
· It's the little church that could. Miami's city commission votes to declare Brickell's St. Jude Catholic Church historic [Miami Herald]
· Meet the man behind all those South Beach pastels, Leonard Horowitz [WLRN]
· Hotel sales continue to heat up on South Beach [Miami Herald]
· Car2Go registers 16,000 people on its first year in Miami [SFBJ]
· Watch the demolition of FPL's Port Everglades power plant [Huffington Post]
· 9 very important decor lessons we've learned from the Golden Girls [Huffpo]
· An artsy and urban development street party in Fort Lauderdale called 'Revel On The Block' nods to the city's blossoming cultural neighborhood, Flagler Village. [Ocean Drive]
· As it is about to be demolished for a public park: Seven (marginally, except for Jim Morrison exposing himself. That was really historic) historic moments at the Coconut Grove Convention Center [Miami New Times]
· Oh man, Miami has the worst drivers in America, Hialeah third. [Miami New Times]
· Zara reportedly opening flagship store on Lincoln Road [Miami New Times]
· 'Paid professional' protestors hound Related Group [exMiami]
· South Beach's shuttered Plaza Hotel sold for $5.5 million, renovations planned [SFBJ]
· Don't let your kids get on the stolen school bus that's driving around town. [Miami New Times]

Coconut Grove Convention Center

2700 S Bayshore Drive, Miami, Florida