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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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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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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 Today, March 25, 2010
In this thoughtful editorial, Miami Today editor Michael Lewis argues that funding for the Marine Stadium should be done only if the Marine Stadium has legitimate uses and a viable business plan is developed.

We agree.

We've been quietly working on these feasibility issues for two years and they are extremely important. Scroll down to read an article ("Preservation Today" November 2009) on potential end users and management by Don and Nina Worth, Co-Founders of Friends of Marine Stadium. Since the article was written in July of 2009, we've identified many more end users and have had continued discussions with groups that we believe could manage the Marine Stadium.

The issues that Michael Lewis raises are key-and we are very confident that a successful operating plan can be developed.

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Here's a very comprehensive look at our initiative to save and restore the Marine Stadium

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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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My Dreams For Miami
A Case Study by architect Hilario Candela
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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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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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National Trust Blog, December 13, 2012

Here is a wrap up story about the Marine Stadium photography exhibit at the National Hotel.

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Natonal Trust Interview with Marine Stadium Photographer Jay Koeningsberg

This post in the National Trust For Historic Preservation blog is an interview with Marine Stadium photographer Jay Koenigsberg. Jay's remarkable high dynamic range photographs are on display at the Historic National Hotel during Art Basel, 2012

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Neglected Marine Structures

The Miami Marine Stadium continues to attract worldwide attention for its architecture and engineering. Here is an article-written by two engineers in Croatia, comparing the Marine Stadium to a torpedo launch station in Rijeka, Croatia.

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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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NY Times, April 28, 2009
As part of the National Trust's  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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NY TImes: Rescue Plan for A Marooned Stadium

A great story-front page of the National Section in the NY Times.

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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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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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People En Espanol

An article about Gloria Estefan and her gift of $500,000 to help restore the Marine Stadium

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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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Portland, Oregon Daily Journal of Commerce, February 11, 2010
A report on the challenges of finding an operator and users for the Miami Marine Stadium. The City of Portland has a similar challenge with the Memorial Coliseum in downtown Portland. We might note that increasingly, the effort to restore the Marine Stadium is becoming a "national story".

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Potential Uses For The Marine Stadium
This report from Dade Heritage Trust is entitled "The Historic Miami Marine Stadium - Rebirth of an Icon?"

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