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P.Pole Love Pizza!

P.Pole Love Pizza!

Adriana Castro, Staff Writer

November 21, 2018


Filed under Reviews, The Place To Be, Top Stories

Our Rating: A Conveniently located in the center of Miracle Mile, P.Pole Pizza offers their customers a chance to design their own personalized pies. The restaurant offers a variety of options for everyone to create the pizza of their dreams. As soon as you step inside, you feel the family-friendly ambiance that attracts people to this distinguished pizza place. Its location m...

BurgerFi: Burgerfication of the Nation

BurgerFi: Burgerfication of the Nation

Adriana Castro, Staff Writer

September 22, 2018


Filed under Reviews, The Place To Be

Our Rating: A+ Located in the heart of Miracle Mile, BurgerFi offers numerous options for burger lovers. At first glance, the modern looking building does not offer much excitement. However, as soon as one walks in, they are greeted by a change in ambiance. The tables and walls are wooden, giving t...

Sixty-Eight Years Strong – What Gables Has to Offer

Sixty-Eight Years Strong – What Gables Has to Offer

Chase Bagnall-Koger, News Editor

September 17, 2018


Filed under Domestic Affairs, Opinion, Top Stories

Coral Gables Senior High is one of the oldest high schools in Miami and has been an icon of Coral Gables since it opened its doors in 1950.  Recently, in order to revitalize the historic school's appearance, renovation plans were drafted to completely demolish and reconstruct two of the oldest buildings o...

Spin scooters arrive in Coral Gables

Spin scooters arrive in Coral Gables

Lisbeth Arrieta, highlights contributor

August 22, 2018


Filed under highlights, News (highlights)

This summer, Coral Gables has teamed up with “Spin,” a company based in San Francisco, in hopes of easing traffic in the area. The company, founded in 2016, works on providing major cities in the United States with dock-less electric scooter rentals, which cost up $1 for every half hour, as an alternati...

City of Coral Gables Public Safety relocates

City of Coral Gables Public Safety relocates

Amanda Pallas, highlights contributor

May 25, 2018


Filed under highlights, News (highlights)

The Coral Gables Public Safety building, which stands on Salzedo St. in Coral Gables, will no longer house the city’s firefighters and police officers. The city is moving forward with plans to relocate to a more updated modern building. According to the Miami Herald, the city approved a land swap to ...

Reinado Hawaiano en Gables

Reinado Hawaiano en Gables

Orestes Garcia, Staff Writer

November 6, 2017


Filed under En Español, Vida Estudiantil

El sábado, 28 de octubre se llevó a cabo en nuestra escuela Coral Gables Senior High School, Homecoming. La actividad atrajo la atención de muchos, ya que el año anterior no se pudo realizar. La noche brillaba por su belleza, todo estaba en el punto perfecto. Todos lucían sus atuendos hawaianos...

An Annexation That Could Affect Thousands

An Annexation That Could Affect Thousands

Alexandra Torres, highlights contributor

October 8, 2017


Filed under highlights, opinion (highlights)

The annexation of Little Gables, High Pines and Ponce-Davis, three areas in unincorporated Miami-Dade County, to the city of Coral Gables could bring in millions of dollars for Coral Gables and help citizens alike.

Coral Gables Sues FPL

Coral Gables Sues FPL

Dilan Denham, highlights contributor

October 4, 2017


Filed under highlights, News (highlights)

After the drastic destruction of hurricane Irma, millions lost power due to this immense hurricane. According to Florida Power and Light (FPL), about 90 percent of impacted areas lost power. Florida’s largest electrical company, FPL, is getting threatened with a class lawsuit by two customers becaus...

Coral Gables Sues FPL over Outages

Coral Gables Sues FPL over Outages

Pablo Hanono, Staff Writer

September 26, 2017


Filed under Community, News, Top Stories

In Southeast Florida, the effects of Hurricane Irma were comparable to those of a Category 1 storm. After the minor devastation caused by the storm to the Broward and Miami-Dade Counties, millions were left without power, 85% and 92% of residents respectively. The city of Coral Gables and their legal...

Gables Students Make Commissioner Lago’s Day

Gables Students Make Commissioner Lago’s Day

Jesse Zambrano, Staff Writer

September 1, 2017


Filed under Campus, Community, News, Top Stories

On Sept. 1, 2017, Coral Gables Commissioner Vince C. Lago visited Coral Gables Senior High to hand out 25 book bags to students for the 2017- 2018 school year. Being greatly involved with Coral Gables Senior High, he also unsolicitedly donated $2,500 towards the out-of-state college tour trip that the...

Free Rides For All

Free Rides For All

Estelle Erwich, highlights contributor

September 1, 2017


Filed under highlights, News (highlights)

The city of Miami continues to grow and expand at an exponential rate, and its transportation systems are forced to adapt and evolve with it. Though apps such as Uber or Lyft are rapidly gaining popularity because of their convenience and safety, the price tag a ride often carries is off putting. In an e...

Coral Gables Sues Facebook and Instagram for Information on Critic

Coral Gables Sues Facebook and Instagram for Information on Critic

Dilan Denham, highlights contributor

August 29, 2017


Filed under highlights, News (highlights)

In May, an anonymous Gables critic posted a video of a girl getting beaten up and stomped on by another girl while three security guards watched without intervening.  Shortly after, an investigation was underway to find out what happened. The anonymous accounts, called "Coral Gables Residents Who Car...

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