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March 29, 2013 | by —LIANA LOZADA | Homepage


A new photography exhibit takes a look at South Beach in the '80s

Here's a bit of greatest generation charm to get you through your midday hump. New York's Howard Greenberg Gallery is home to the new photography exhibit "LOVE: South Beach in the ’80s,” which boasts colorful photos of South Beach’s original inhabitants—dapperly dressed Jewish retirees. [Huffington Post Miami]

The Los Angeles Times takes a stab at defining Miami’s evolving nightlife scene. Too bad they never left Miami Beach. [Los Angeles Times]

OpenTable’s has released its “Top 100 Dining Hot Spots for 2013,” with 18 Florida restaurants topping the list (14 of which are in South Florida). Only 14 New York spots made the list. [Short Order]

The Miami Dolphins have confirmed that a recently leaked logo is in fact the team’s official new imprint. [The Miami Herald]

With the Sony Open Tennis in full swing, Crandon Park has unveiled its intended renovation plans, scheduled to start on April 1, 2014. The upgraded facilities will include permanent tennis courts to complement the main court. The annual tennis event brings approximately $386 million into Miami-Dade County, and the renovations will not pull from public tax dollars. [South Florida Business Journal]

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