• Clean Miami Beach 5 Year Anniversary

    Celebrating 5 amazing years of Clean Miami Beach!

    From meeting friends to pick up trash at the beach, to connecting with other organizations, and gaining support from many locals and officials, we’ve grown into a well-known nonprofit organization.

    Thanks to all the volunteers, the team, and all the supporters and partners who made it all possible.

    Today, we’re looking back at 5 exciting years full of incredible highlights like Cleanups with Miami PD, Homeland Security, Miami Open, Shakira, and very recently the Navy!

    We’ve attended amazing events like the Aspen Climate Conference, numerous panels, and hosted our very own EcoFest.

    We’ve won awards, been published across various media, and made a powerful impact by helping pass several laws.

    Thanks to everyone involved. We couldn’t have done anything without you all!

    Here’s to many more years for our ocean—until everyone understands our connection to Mother Earth and the difference even small changes can make.


    #MiamiBeach #CleanMiamiBeach #cleanup #PSA
    Clean Miami Beach 5 Year Anniversary Celebrating 5 amazing years of Clean Miami Beach! 🎉🌊 From meeting friends to pick up trash at the beach, to connecting with other organizations, and gaining support from many locals and officials, we’ve grown into a well-known nonprofit organization. Thanks to all the volunteers, the team, and all the supporters and partners who made it all possible. 🤍🌊🐬 Today, we’re looking back at 5 exciting years full of incredible highlights like Cleanups with Miami PD, Homeland Security, Miami Open, Shakira, and very recently the Navy! 🌟 We’ve attended amazing events like the Aspen Climate Conference, numerous panels, and hosted our very own EcoFest. 🌱 We’ve won awards, been published across various media, and made a powerful impact by helping pass several laws. 🏆 Thanks to everyone involved. We couldn’t have done anything without you all! Here’s to many more years for our ocean—until everyone understands our connection to Mother Earth and the difference even small changes can make. 💙♻️ #MiamiBeach #CleanMiamiBeach #cleanup #PSA
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  • Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Hosts Spectacular Night at LIV with David and Isabela Grutman at Fontainebleau Hotel

    This event was an evening of fun, philanthropy, and networking.

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    Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Hosts Spectacular Night at LIV with David and Isabela Grutman at Fontainebleau Hotel This event was an evening of fun, philanthropy, and networking. #Fontainebleau #MiamiBeach #Chamber #LIV #DavidGrutman #IsabelaGrutman #Groot #GrootHospitality #communitynewspapers
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    Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Hosts Spectacular Night at LIV with David and Isabela Grutman
    The event, which drew hundreds of Miami's finest, was organized in support of Style Saves, the inspiring nonprofit led by Isabela Grutman and Rachel Russell Saiger.
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  • The Widow Who Created Miami: Julia Tuttle - Old Money Luxury

    After the passing of her husband, Julia Tuttle became the "Mother of Miami" when she created the city by inheriting a large tract of land from her father - and through her foresight and unwavering resolve, Julia Tuttle laid the foundation for the modern city.

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    TIMESTAMPS:
    0:00 Introduction
    1:21 Chapter 1: The Beginnings of Miami-Dade
    6:06 Chapter 2: Seminole Moments
    11:37 Chapter 3: Expansion With Flagler
    15:00 Chapter 4: The Legacy of Julia Tuttle

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    In the late 19th century, Miami was a sparsely populated coastal expanse, far from the bustling metropolis it would become.

    The transformation of this region into a thriving city owes much to Julia Tuttle, a newly widowed visionary who defied the constraints of her time.

    After her husband's passing, Tuttle moved to Miami in 1891, inheriting a large tract of land from her father.

    Through her foresight and resolve, she laid the foundation for modern Miami, earning her the title "Mother of Miami."

    Before Julia Tuttle's influence, the area known as "Biscayne Bay Country" was maintained by the Tequesta Indians, skilled in utilizing local resources without agriculture, relying instead on the abundant fish and native vegetation.

    European engagement began with Juan Ponce de León in 1513, who noted the area during his search for the Fountain of Youth. However, it was not until Julia Tuttle's era that Miami began to transform significantly.

    Tuttle's strategy to transform Miami involved establishing essential community amenities and lobbying for a railroad connection, pivotal for the area's development.

    She persuaded Henry Flagler, a railroad magnate, to extend his Florida East Coast Railway to Miami, offering part of her land as an incentive.

    Tuttle's efforts culminated in the railroad reaching Miami in 1896, sparking rapid growth and the official incorporation of the City of Miami.

    Despite her crucial role in Miami's development, Tuttle faced financial hardships, eventually leading to her death from meningitis in 1898 at age 49.

    Although her contributions were initially overshadowed, recognition of her impact has grown over the years.

    Today, Tuttle's legacy is celebrated through various memorials in Miami, including the Julia Tuttle Causeway and a sculpture in Bayfront Park, ensuring her vision and determination are remembered as foundational to Miami's vibrant identity.

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    The Widow Who Created Miami: Julia Tuttle - Old Money Luxury After the passing of her husband, Julia Tuttle became the "Mother of Miami" when she created the city by inheriting a large tract of land from her father - and through her foresight and unwavering resolve, Julia Tuttle laid the foundation for the modern city. ------------------------------------------- TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Introduction 1:21 Chapter 1: The Beginnings of Miami-Dade 6:06 Chapter 2: Seminole Moments 11:37 Chapter 3: Expansion With Flagler 15:00 Chapter 4: The Legacy of Julia Tuttle ------------------------------------------- In the late 19th century, Miami was a sparsely populated coastal expanse, far from the bustling metropolis it would become. The transformation of this region into a thriving city owes much to Julia Tuttle, a newly widowed visionary who defied the constraints of her time. After her husband's passing, Tuttle moved to Miami in 1891, inheriting a large tract of land from her father. Through her foresight and resolve, she laid the foundation for modern Miami, earning her the title "Mother of Miami." Before Julia Tuttle's influence, the area known as "Biscayne Bay Country" was maintained by the Tequesta Indians, skilled in utilizing local resources without agriculture, relying instead on the abundant fish and native vegetation. European engagement began with Juan Ponce de León in 1513, who noted the area during his search for the Fountain of Youth. However, it was not until Julia Tuttle's era that Miami began to transform significantly. Tuttle's strategy to transform Miami involved establishing essential community amenities and lobbying for a railroad connection, pivotal for the area's development. She persuaded Henry Flagler, a railroad magnate, to extend his Florida East Coast Railway to Miami, offering part of her land as an incentive. Tuttle's efforts culminated in the railroad reaching Miami in 1896, sparking rapid growth and the official incorporation of the City of Miami. Despite her crucial role in Miami's development, Tuttle faced financial hardships, eventually leading to her death from meningitis in 1898 at age 49. Although her contributions were initially overshadowed, recognition of her impact has grown over the years. Today, Tuttle's legacy is celebrated through various memorials in Miami, including the Julia Tuttle Causeway and a sculpture in Bayfront Park, ensuring her vision and determination are remembered as foundational to Miami's vibrant identity. #MiamiDade #Miami #MiamiBeach #JuliaTuttle #history
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  • Enjoy the Classical Music Series every weekend, 6-9pm! Miami Beach Classical Music Festival artists showcase their talents in South Beach!

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    Enjoy the Classical Music Series every weekend, 6-9pm! Miami Beach Classical Music Festival artists showcase their talents in South Beach! #MiamiBeach #LincolnRoad #events
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  • July 4th Roller Disco At The Bandshell

    Celebrate Independence Day with a spin around the Bandshell, featuring tunes by Lolo & DJ Hottpants of Sweat Records. https://miamibeachbandshell.com/event/july-4th-roller-disco/

    #MiamiBeach #Bandshell #RollerDisco #events #4thOfJuly #USA #skate #skating #rollerskating #rollerskate #rollerblade #rollerblading
    July 4th Roller Disco At The Bandshell Celebrate Independence Day with a spin around the Bandshell, featuring tunes by Lolo & DJ Hottpants of Sweat Records. https://miamibeachbandshell.com/event/july-4th-roller-disco/ #MiamiBeach #Bandshell #RollerDisco #events #4thOfJuly #USA #skate #skating #rollerskating #rollerskate #rollerblade #rollerblading
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  • These are the best things to do in Miami this weekend

    Fourth of July festivities, a classical music festival, sultry cabaret and more fun things to do in Miami this weekend

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    These are the best things to do in Miami this weekend Fourth of July festivities, a classical music festival, sultry cabaret and more fun things to do in Miami this weekend #Miami #MiamiBeach #4thOfJuly #Florida #USA #events #timeout
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    Best Things to do in Miami This Weekend on July 5, July 6 and July 7
    Fourth of July festivities, a classical music festival, sultry cabaret and more fun things to do in Miami this weekend
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  • Fire on the Fourth - City of Miami Beach TV

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    Fire on the Fourth - City of Miami Beach TV #MiamiBeach #CityOfMiamiBeach #4thOfJuly #events #USA
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  • A Hole-in-One for the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation

    #MiamiBeach #Chamber #golf #events #communitynewspapers
    A Hole-in-One for the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation #MiamiBeach #Chamber #golf #events #communitynewspapers
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    A Hole-in-One for the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation
    28th Annual Golf Classic Tournament: A Hole-in-One for the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation The Miami Beach Golf Club was the scene of the highly anticipated 28th Annual Golf Classic Tournament on Friday, May 31. This prestigious event, in support of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation, drew an enthusiastic crowd
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  • Fire On The Fourth - July, 4th 2024

    FREE event. Celebrate July 4th in Miami Beach style with an afternoon of music and family activities culminating in an evening drone and fireworks show over the beach as part of the city’s annual Fire on the Fourth. Events take place at a new location in Altos Del Mar Park as well as the Miami Beach Bandshell.

    https://www.miamibeachfl.gov/event/fire-on-the-fourth/

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    Fire On The Fourth - July, 4th 2024 FREE event. Celebrate July 4th in Miami Beach style with an afternoon of music and family activities culminating in an evening drone and fireworks show over the beach as part of the city’s annual Fire on the Fourth. Events take place at a new location in Altos Del Mar Park as well as the Miami Beach Bandshell. https://www.miamibeachfl.gov/event/fire-on-the-fourth/ #MiamiBeach #CityOfMiamiBeach #4thOfJuly #USA
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  • Independence Day Fireworks and Patriotic Concert on Ocean Drive

    This event is free to the public.

    https://communitynewspapers.com/miami-beach-news/independence-day-fireworks-and-patriotic-concert-on-ocean-drive-2/

    #MiamiBeach #4thOfJuly #Florida #USA

    Independence Day Fireworks and Patriotic Concert on Ocean Drive This event is free to the public. https://communitynewspapers.com/miami-beach-news/independence-day-fireworks-and-patriotic-concert-on-ocean-drive-2/ #MiamiBeach #4thOfJuly #Florida #USA
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