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Marine Stadium Named to World Monuments Fund 2010 Watch List
The Marine Stadium has been named to the World Monuments Fund 2010 Watch List along with other sites such as Macchu Picchu and the Center Cities of Buenos Aires and Old Jerusalem.

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VERITAS Magazine, May 26, 2009
This is the web magazine for the University of Miami. This comprehensive article describes the work of the Preservation Studio of the School of Architecture that was taught by Jorge Hernandez, Hilario Candela and Catherine Lynn. The Studio developed a Master Plan for the Miami Marine Stadium and the Marine Stadium Basin.

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Key Bisacyne Islander
Excellent description of the May 7 Shindig and May 8 Presentation by the University of Miami Preservation Workshop on a Master Plan for the Marine Stadium area and basin.

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Miami Herald Editorial, May 2, 2009
Our City's paper of record pens a strong editorial endorsing the Miami Marine Stadium.

This is actually the third editorial that The Herald has written in favor of the Stadium. Scroll down through this section to see the others. We are thrilled to have such strong support.


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NY Times, April 28, 2009
As part of the National Trust'sĀ  2009 List of "11 Most Endangered Historic Places", the Marine Stadium will continue to receive very significant national publicity. This article from The New York Times is just one example

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Miami Herald, April 28, 2009
A front page story on the Marine Stadium's inclusion in the National Trust's list of 11 Most Endangered Historic Places.

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Dwell Magazine, April, 2009

Dwell is a highly respected national magazine dedicated to architecture and design. Here's another article on the Miami Marine Stadium.


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Miami Review
Here is a summary article about the Marine Stadium and our January 10, 2009 eventĀ  in one of Miami's largest Hispanic newspapers. The Stadium continues to attract broad based support.

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Pin-Up Magazine
Pin-up is a well respected magazine for "architecture entertainment". Here is poetic and lyrical look at the Stadium with some original photography. Editor-at-large Pierre Alexandre de Looz describes the Stadium as a "modernist grotto." We love it.

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Preservation Monthly, November/December, 2008
Interview with Hilario Candela, architect of the Marine Stadium
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Power Boat Magazine, October, 2008
Another national boat racing publication pays attention to the revival of Miami Marine Stadium.

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Propeller Magazine-October, 2008
Propeller is the magazine of the American Power Boat Association. This article updates readers on the progress of the Marine Stadium.

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Miami Herald-October 8, 2008
Article describes the Historic Designation of the Marine Stadium by the City of Miami Historic Environmental and Preservation Board. The Stadium was approved by an 8-0 vote of the Board.

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AIA Architect
This national web magazine for the architecture profession provides an excellent summary-plus visuals-of the current status of the Marine Stadium.

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Key Biscayne Magazine
Here's a brief article describing our efforts. We continue to get lots of local press.

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Miami Herald Editorial August 30, 2008
This is the second editorial from the Miami Herald which strongly endorses the retention and restoration of the Miami Marine Stadium as part of the Virginia Key Master Plan.

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The Islander-August 14, 2008 Front Page Story
An excellent, comprehensive introduction to the history of Miami Marine Stadium from inception. Includes interview with Jorge Hernandez, Co-Founder of Friends of Marine Stadium.

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Propeller Magazine-How To Save A Memory
This beautiful article in Propeller Magazine, a publication for power boat enthusiasts, was actually written in January, 2008, before the formation of Friends of Marine Stadium.

Since we have formed our group, we have come in contact with many power boat racing fans-and drivers-who fondly recall the Stadium, which is undoubtedly the finest boat racing venue in the United States.

If we bring the Stadium back, it will be done with a very unusual coalition-architecture buffs and preservationists, dragon boaters, scullers, wakeboarders, triathletes and other active water sport participants, boat racers and fans, environmentalists, any one who has seen a concert at the Stadium....and Parrotheads (Jimmy Buffett fans!).


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Miami Monthly
A beautiful article on the importance of historic preservation and the Miami Marine Stadium by Friends of Miami Co-founder Violette Sproul. September, 2008 issue.

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National Preservation Article
This story is from National Preservation Online, the web magazine of the National Trust. Preservation magazines and publications are just one of our "target markets". The National Trust is very supportive of our efforts.

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Article In Interior Design Magazine
The Marine Stadium is now starting to got national and international press. We also got an inquiry from Interior Design Magazine, South Korea.
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