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September 28, 2012 | by —LIANA LOZADA | Homepage

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade at the Hublot King-Power "'305" Timepiece launch

Even with the success of Art Basel Miami Beach, if our city is to compete with the arts scenes in New York, LA, and Chicago, we need more media coverage of the arts, better public transportation, and more schools of art and dance, say local arts luminaries. [The Miami Herald]

Michael Schwartz and The Genuine Hospitality Group are cooking up another Design District restaurant, The Cypress Room, which will be an American-style tavern with "sophisticated food, service, and ambiance." [The Genuine Kitchen]

Hublot unveiled its limited edition King-Power "'305" Timepiece at the W Hotel South Beach earlier this week. Practically the entire Miami Heat roster, as well as Gabrielle Union and Rick Ross, stopped by for a first look at the blingy watch. [WorldRedEye]

Here's an only-in-Florida story: residents of the bay area are renting baby alligators to swim with kids at birthday pool parties. [Bay News 9]

The Miami home that Jennifer Lopez sold for $13.9 million in 2005 is back on the market—for a $40 million asking price. Take a tour… [Yahoo Homes]

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