Video: Opa-locka City Hall

April 30th, 2013

http://youtu.be/9W438LnTKvM After a dizzying couple of decades as bicyclist, motorcyclist and aviation pioneer, Glenn Curtiss cashed out his stock in the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company and "retired" to Florida, where he started 18 corporations, served on a variety of local commissions, and donated land and water rights; of more immediate interest to LFM, Cutiss co-developed the city of Hialeah with James Bright, a cattleman from Missouri, and all but created the cities of Opa-locka and Miami Springs Read More...

Video: The Cape Florida Light

April 25th, 2013

http://youtu.be/T_fhxj55dCo Built in 1825, the Cape Florida Light is Miami's oldest standing building and it's seen a lot. Attacked by  Seminoles and Confederate sympathizers, taken out of commission in 1878 only to be returned to service a century later, the lighthouse at Cape Florida has survived beach erosion, Hurricane Andrew and almost two centuries of South Florida land development Read More...