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Links of Note: Flagler’s Last Stand and Other News

Henry Flagler’s Last Remnant Could be a Historical Gem Instead of a Locked-up eyesore (Miami Herald) Henry Flagler deserves better. The last remnant of his influence on Miami’s development is a yellow clapboard house that has fallen into disrepair behind…

Links of Note: Miami’s Baseball History and Other News

Ruth, Paige and A-Rod Part of Miami’s Storied Baseball History (Atlanta Journal-Constitution) South Florida didn’t officially hit the big leagues until 1993 when Charlie Hough uncorked a knuckleball past Jose Offerman for a called first strike in the inaugural game…

Villa Vizcaya: A Gilded Oasis on Biscayne Bay

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on July 15, 2016. By Natalia Heguaburo Miami visitors glancing toward the shore while sailing on Biscayne Bay just south of the Rickenbacker Causeway can be forgiven if they’re startled by the vista…