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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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Nany's Closet

Nany's Closet is a blog created by young fashionista Daniela Ramirez. In this post, Daniela does a beautiful model shoot at the Marine Stadium. The Marine Stadium continues to attract attention in the most enexpected ways.


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Fast Company Magazine, October 2011

This highly popular magazine for entrepreneurs featured an article about the National Trust For Historic Preservation's Annual Conference. Four buildings were featured in the article-the most prominent of which was the Miami Mairne Stadium.


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Ocean Drive Magazine, September/October, 2011

A fine article by longtime Ocean Drive writer and Miami observer Tom Austin: "Other Cities have Stadiums, but we have a Marine Stadium."


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Miami Today Editorial, August 18, 2011

In this editorial, Editor Michael Lewis argues that cultural assets such as the Miami Marine Stadium should be funded through a Trust which has assets and is capable of providing a dedicated revenue stream for operations and maintenance.


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Miami Herald, Presersvation Put on Hold

This article, written on July 25, states that our preservation plans have been put on hold due to a dispute witth the City Administraiton over terms. We are now taking a brief "Time-out" and we expect to be back to the City with a new proposal in early fall.

Restoratikon of the Marine Stadium is a large and complex task, and after 3 1/2 years of work, we fully intend to keep working until we are successful.


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Miami Herald, July 25, 2011

This is our sixth favorable editorial from the Miami Herald


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Wallpaper Magazine, May 2011

We continue to get a constant stream of press in architectural/design publications. In this review of 35 places of Miami, the Marine Stadium is described as "perhaps the second best building in MIami." We disagree!


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Miami Herald-Review of Floating Stage Design Contest

This article by Architecture Critic Beth Dunlop summarizes the results of the  Floating Stage Contest and puts it into perspective as an important contest of "ideas".


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Dwell Magazine Online, April 21, 2011 , Interview With Jack Meyer

This is a terrific interview with Jack Meyer, engineer of the Marine Stadium. A great explaination of how the Stadium got built-and why it has held up so well despite so little maintenance.


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International Yachtsman, Spring, 2011
An article by Don Worth about the current status of the Marine Stadium

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Miami Herald, Floating Stage Design Contest, Feb. 11, 2011
The contest to design a Floating Stage for the Marine Stadium was announced on Feb. 2 by DawnTown and Friends of Marine Stadium. In a short time, contest has already generated a significant response-and a lot of press from architectural and design blogs and publications worldwide.

This article by Andres Viglucci of the Miami Herald provides an excellent introduction to the contest.

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Concrete International Magazine, February 2011
Discussion of the engineering studies of the Marine Stadium done in 1993 and 2009 by Simpson, Gumpertz and Heger

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Metropolis Magazine Online, January 19, 2011
An article that describes the current momentum for the restoration of the Marine Stadium. The story notes the importance of the support of Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado.

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Miami Times, December 30, 2010
Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado makes the restoration of the Marine Stadium a key priority of his Administration for the year 2011.

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Football in Miami and Beyond, Dec. 3, 2010
Football in Miami and Beyond is a blog devoted to bringing professional soccer to Miami. Recently, we were contacted by the editor inquiring whether or not the Marine Stadium could be converted to a soccer stadium. We responded by providing a picture of a floating soccer field-in Singapore. The story was highlighted in this blog-and then hit other sports and soccer blogs nationwide.

There are many opportunities for a restored Marine Stadium!


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BusinessMiami, Fall, 2010
BusinessMiami is the magazine of the University of Miami School of Business. This article  discusses the three student studies done by an MBA class under the direction of Dr. Andrea Heuson, Professor of Finance at the U of Miami MBA program for a parcel of land just to the west of the Marine Stadium.

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Civil Engineering, October, 2010
This feature length article is focused on the engineering aspects of the Marine Stadium. It includes interviews with Jack Meyer, the original engineer of the Stadium and Michael Brainerd, Senior Project Engineer for Simpson, Gumpertz and Heger, the firm that analyzed the Stadium in structure in 1993 after Hurricane Andrew and in 2010, for Friends of Marine Stadium.

The Headline under the Table of Contents Reads:

"Engineers have determined that an endangered landmark-a concrete open-air stadium that has suffered deterioration from disuse in a marine environment-can indeed be preserved".

Civil Engineering is the magazine of the American Society of Civil Engineers

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AIA Architect, October 8, 2010
Here is a beautifully written article which captures the essence of the Stadium from an architectural point of view. "Click For Related Link" to see the article and slide show, which features historic photos of the construction of the Marine Stadium from the Bramson Archive.

Don't forget to click on the link that says "Read More about the Stadium", to see the article.

This is our third article in in AIA Architect, which the trade magazine for the American Association of Architects.

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Modern Magazine, Fall, 2010

This is a feature length article on Hilario Candela and the Marine Stadium. It discusses the Stadium in the context of Hilario's long and highly successful career.


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Power Boat Magazine, July, 2010
We continue to get outstanding support from the national boat racing community, which places great value on the Marine Stadium. This article has already generated lots of interest.

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