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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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The work of Friends of Miami Marine Stadium is supported in part by a grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

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Famed Street Artist Stinkfish Paints at the Marine Stadium

Here's a story by Travis Cohen about famed Bogota, Colombia Street artist Stinkfish who recently painted at the Marine Stadium.


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Rhythm Foundation

The Rhythm Foundation is the foremost presenters of Latin and world music in Miami Dade County. We are pleased to be featured in their blog


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I'm Not Your Boring Newspaper, March 5, 2014

Here is an article about the Marine Stadium by freelance writer Marlene Shalod that is both comprehensive and up to date.


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Miami Marine Stadium Fundraiser A Success

Here's a story in the Poker Run web publication about the Gloria Estefan Jimmy Buffett fundraiser. One of many stories!


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2014: The Year for Miami Marine Stadium

Here's some national press for saving the Marine Stadium from The District, the web magazine of General Motors.


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Miami Herald Front Page Story Buffett/Estefan

Miami Herald Cover Story Article on the Estefan/Buffett Benefit, January 9, 2014


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Gloria Estefan/-Jimmy Buffett For Miami Marine Stadium

Here's an article from The Miami Herald describing the Estefan/Buffett event at the Coral Gables Museum for the Marine Stadium.


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Gizmodo-What Should Miami Do With Its Graffiti Covered Marine Stadium? December 16, 2013

This article is a "debate" between two points of view: Re-open the Marine Stadium as a multi-purpose venue or keep it as a graffiti haven. This widely read blog has tremendous readership and our web traffic increased six fold when the article came out.


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"A New Brand of Luxury Sponsorship Tweaks "Curoiosity"

Interesting article, December 9, 2013 from Blouin Art Info. In the past, luxury brands would be aligned with new condominuum developments. The Audemars exhibit with the emphasis on the Marine Stadium takes a different tack.


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NY Post Page Six "Pier Party Wows Art Crowd"

This brief article in the widely read gossip column "Page Six" describes the party sponsored by Audemars Piguet for Art Basel. Guests included Serena Williams and LIonel and Nicole Ritchie. The Stadium has arrived!


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Untapped Cities, December, 2013

This is an interesting article about the Marine Stadium and the exhibit at Art Basel sponsored by Audemars Piguet.


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The Creation of Miami Marine Stadium

This  article by Marvin Aguilar on the website, Curbed, discusses the creation of the Marine Stadium. This is particularly appropriate as we approach the Stadum's 50th birthday on December 27.



High Line Magazine, Fall, 2013

Our effort to save and restore the Marine Stadium has been inspired by the marvelous High Line in New York City. We are proud to be cited in their magazine.


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Miami Magazine, November Issue

Here's a story from Miami Magazine highlighiting Gloria Estefan's involvement in saving the Marine Stadium.


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American Express Foundation Blog, November 4,2013

The American Express Foundation has generously provided us with $80,000, to be used for a study of the Marine Stadium seaside pilings. This work must be done before any restoration work can proceed. Tim McClimon, President of the American Express Foundation, recently came to Miami and particpated in our panel "The Future of Miami Marine Stadium. He also visited the Marine Stadium. Attached is a link to his blog post on his visit to Miami.


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Curbed Real Estate Blog Reviews Concrete Paradise Exhibit

Here's a great review of the Coral Gables Exhibit by Miami's well known real estate blog, Curbed. Great photos of the exhibit, including one of architect Hilario Candela, taken next to his photo by the Marine Stadium in 1963


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Architect Magazine Reviews Marine Stadium Exhibit

Here's a very thoughtful article about the Coral Gables Marine Stadium exhibit by Carolina Miranda.


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Southern Boating Magazine, October, 2013

A brief article about the future prospects of the Marine Stadium and the role of Tourism Cares. We've gotten lots of interest in the boating community. A  renovated Marine Stadium is a great reason to own a boat in South Florida.


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Miami New Times October 17, 2013

A comprehensive article on the Coral Gables Museum Exhibit about the Marine Stadium.


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October, 2013 Newsletter

This newsletter includes a big feature on the "Concrete Paradise:The Miami Marine Stadium"-the exhibit at the Coral Gables Museum. The exhibit runs from October 17-January 5. The newsletter also includes numerous recent articles and stories about the Marine Stadium and a memory from Phil Kunz, who attended the first boat race at the Stadium.


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