These Are The 10 WORST NEIGHBORHOODS To Live In MIAMI, FL
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Bay Harbor Islands
Fort Myers Beach
Glen St. Mary
Indian River Shores
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Lake Clarke Shores
North Redington Beach
Ocean Breeze Park
Palm Beach Shores
Ponce de Leon
South Palm Beach
Top Tourist Attractions in Bradenton - Travel Florida
Top Tourist Attractions and Beautiful Places in Bradenton - Travel Florida:
Robinson Nature Preserve, South Florida Museum Bishop Planetarium & Parker Manatee Aquarium, De Soto National Memorial, McKechnie Field, Manatee Village Historical Park, Riverwalk, Palma Sola Botanical Garden, IMG Academy, Village of the Arts, Lake Manatee State Park, Art Center Manatee
Bradenton, FL Travel Guide - HD
Welcome to Bradenton, Florida. Bradenton is located south of Tampa and north of Sarasota, Fl.
Bradenton is a city located on the Gulf of Mexico that's known for its beautiful beaches. Bradenton has a vibrant downtown and has a charming main street and marina district. There are many examples of Spanish Colonial achitecture.
Bradenton’s tallest building is the Bradenton Financial Center, 12 stories high, and it has a modern judicial center. Bradenton also has a historic courthouse that has been featured in several television shows.
Bradenton also has a new upscale mall called UTC, University Town Center, with a Saks 5th Avenue and Macy's. Stop by the South Florida Museum and see a planetarium and an exhibit on Manatees and visit the Robinson Nature Preserve.
Bradenton is one of the fastest growing communities in the United States. Bradenton is home to popular suburban area called Lakewood Ranch. Bradenton is also poised for much growth in the next few years. East of the gated residential community of Tidy Island, on Sarasota Bay, several developers plan to build thousands of new homes, condominiums, offices, and retail in Aqua by the Bay and Lake Flores.
Bradenton and neighboring Sarasota has a population of more than 700,000 people. The Pittsburgh Pirates play winter baseball in Bradenton in a modern facility. Large employers include Tropicana, IMG Academy, and Manatee Memorial Hospital.
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Dixie Highway, Cutler Bay to Palmetto Expressway, Miami, Florida, 4 August 2016 GP100061
Dixie Highway, Cutler Bay to Palmetto Expressway, Miami, Florida, 4 August 2016 GP100061
0:01 Peterson's Harley-Davidson South, 19825 S Dixie Hwy, Cutler Bay, FL 33157 petersonsharley.com
0:08 Truly Nolen Pest Control
0:38 Toys R Us, Babies R Us
0:51 S Dixie Hwy
0:52 UA Uniform Advantage
0:54 West Marine
0:55 Musicians Discount Center
0:57 Mystic Joint
1:00 Best Buy Liquors
1:12 Magic Mail
1:14 Papa Johns
1:15 Quality Medical Group, Cricket
1:16 China Gate
1:18 Hot Shots
1:26 D Bank
1:30 Space Coast Credit Union, 19151 S Dixie Hwy #24, Cutler Bay, FL 33157 sccu.com
1:34 La Brasa Rotisserie & Grill
1:37 Verizon Wireless
1:42 US1 Discount Mall
1:44 MD Now Urgent Care
1:50 Pepboys Auto
1:54 Center State Bank
1:55 4 August 2016
2.38 Dollar General
2:13 FedEx Office
2:15 Subs & BBQ
2:24 Animal Hospital
2:28 Grand China Restaurant
2:36 Boston Market
2:58 Staples, 18591 S Dixie Hwy, Cutler Bay, FL 33157 stores.staples.com
2:59 Skechers Factory Store
3:06 Taco Bell
3:13 Bank of America
3:18 Big Lots Furniture
3:23 Perrier Peters United Methodist Church
3:32 Dunkin' Donuts
3:37 Steve's Pizza
3:37 Wigs & accessories
3:53 All About Insurance
4:15 UniVista Insurance
4:28 Batteries Plus
4:57 Dream Cars South
5:04 Ace Hardware
5:05 Golden Cowan P.A., Palmetto Bay Law Center
5:25 Walter's Coffee Shop
5:47 Estrella Insurance
5:51 Miami Acura
5:57 Dadeland Jeep, RAM, Dodge, Chrysler
6:15 South Motors BMW
6:17 South Motors Mini
6:22 South Honda
6:24 South Motors Honda
6:26 Brands Mart, Marshall's, LA Fitness
6:49 Tires Plus
6:55 Miami's Vice
7:01 Gus Machado Ford
7:16 Kimchi, Oriental Mart
7:35 Coral Reef Plaza, Karate, Taco Bell
7:41 7 Eleven
8:01 Battaglia Shoes
8:06 Mattress 1 One
8:07 Morris & Reynolds Insurance
8:11 Wells Fargo
8:15 Starbucks Coffee
8:18 Kumon, Coconut Grove Bank
8:20 Offerdahl's Off The Grill, 14685 S Dixie Hwy S. Dixie Highway, Palmetto Bay, FL 33176 offerdahls.com
8:22 Publix, CVS/pharmacy
8:52 Quality Inn
8:59 sushi maki
9:04 Capital Bank
9:11 Pool Discount Center
9:11 Pitman Photo
9:14 Dairy Queen
9:15 De Ruiter Electric Motor Co.
9:18 Miami Best Wheels
9:22 Ayesha Fine Dining From India
9:23 El Capitan
9:30 Sunstate Bank
9:32 Benjamin Moor
9:33 Leslie's Pool Supplies
9:35 Asian Massage
9:36 Lil' Jungle
9:37 Guns & Ammo
9:37 Pitman Photo Supply
9:47 Apollon Plaza
10:03 Old Navy
10:05 Venetian Nail Spa, Panara Bread
11:14 Miller's Ale House - Miami Falls, 13603 S Dixie Hwy, Palmetto Bay, FL 33176 millersalehouse.com
11:40 The Home Depot
11:53 Burger King
12:02 Baptist Health South Florida
12:58 Suniland Park, 12855 Pinecrest Pkwy, Pinecrest, Florida pinecrest-fl.gov
13:11 Westside Bagels
13:14 State Farm
13:15 Coldwell Banker
13:27 Light Bulbs Unlimited
13:28 Pro Nails
13:29 Stir Crazy Showgirls, 12425 S Dixie Hwy, Miami, FL 33156 stircrazyshowgirls.com
13:33 Dooly Realty
13:34 Malanga Cuban Cafe, 12313 S Dixie Hwy, Miami, FL 33156 malangacafe.com
13:42 Tani Thai Restaurant
13:43 Del Sur, Shear Limit
13:46 Sleep Number
13:49 Starbucks Coffee
13:51 Bank United
13:58 Sunland South
14:32 Farm Stores Drive Thru
14:54 Best Buy
15:02 Music Works
15:03 Vintage Liquor
15:05 Sunland Cleaners
15:08 Whole Foods
15:31 A Nose For Clothes, 11223 S Dixie Hwy, Miami, FL 33156 anoseforclothes.com
15:35 Bank of America
15:38 Veterans Wayside Park, 11111 Pinecrest Pkwy, Pinecrest, FL 33156
15:56 Kendall Toyota
16:38 Lexus of Kendall, 10775 S Dixie Hwy, Miami, FL 33156 lexusofkendall.com
16:58 Sir Galloway
17:00 Austin's Diving Center
17:02 French Juliet Tilor
17:03 Goodwill Donations
17:04 Briarwood Animal Hospital
17:15 Professional Auto Repair
17:29 Azhar's Oriental Rugs
17:34 CNS Neuro Spine Thearapy
17:38 Carls Patio
17:42 Mary Alice Kubit
17:47 Baer's Furniture
18:31 Datran Center I LLC, 9130 Dadeland Blvd # 100, Miami, Florida
19:03 FL-826, Palmetto Expressway
21:15 bajareke Art Studio, 4716 - A SW 75th Ave, Miami, FL 33155 bajarekeart.com
21:29 Camilo office furniture
Miami Beach, Florida - South Pointe Park (2019)
South Pointe Park, known locally as South Pointe, is a 17-acre (6.9 ha) county urban park in metropolitan Miami, in the South Beach neighborhood of Miami Beach, Florida.
Miami Beach is a coastal resort city in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States. It was incorporated on March 26, 1915. The municipality is located on natural and man-made barrier islands between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay, the latter of which separates the Beach from Miami. The neighborhood of South Beach, comprising the southernmost 2.5 square miles (6.5 km2) of Miami Beach, along with downtown Miami and the Port of Miami, collectively form the commercial center of South Florida. Miami Beach's estimated population is 92,307 according to the most recent United States census estimates. Miami Beach is the 26th largest city in Florida based on official 2017 estimates from the US Census Bureau. It has been one of America's pre-eminent beach resorts since the early 20th century.
In 1979, Miami Beach's Art Deco Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Art Deco District is the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the world and comprises hundreds of hotels, apartments and other structures erected between 1923 and 1943. Mediterranean, Streamline Moderne and Art Deco are all represented in the District. The Historic District is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the East, Lenox Court on the West, 6th Street on the South and Dade Boulevard along the Collins Canal to the North. The movement to preserve the Art Deco District's architectural heritage was led by former interior designer Barbara Baer Capitman, who now has a street in the District named in her honor.
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Lawful Orders banning Cameras, 1st & 4th Amendments at US Customs & Border Protection Port of Entry
Lawful Orders banning Cameras, 1st & 4th Amendments at U.S. Customs & Border Protection Port of Entry, Lukeville Port of Entry with US Border Patrol Agents coming from Sonoyta, Sonora, Mexico, 11 May 2018, Lukeville, Arizona, USA, Secret Search Techniques with Rubber Gloves, The Law
Where you coming from?
You coming from Ajo today?
Yeah, I just grabbed a bottle of Baileys Irish cream and went through came back
What? Excuse me?
I said, yeah, I just grabbed a bottle of Bailey's Irish Cream turned around and came back
You went to Mexico?
And you crossed to Mexico, and now you're coming back?
You crossed to Mexico?
You actually crossed to Mexico
I went down to, uh, yeah, I
Like, what is it?
You turned around and
Is that a camera?
Are you recording me?
Well, I record everything.
Oh, you record everything.
It's a journal.
So where did you go to Mexico?
Where did you go to Mexico?
Just down to what, what's it called? Uh, Van, starts with a V, it's a gift shop. Turned around and came back.
It's that one Plaza in the center, turned around.
Very just about 15 minutes ago. I was here.
You're going to go to Lane One.
[parking brake engaged]
Turn the car off.
Put your cellphone on the dashboard.
I don't have a phone.
Take your sunglasses off, please.
Where you going?
Where you coming from?
You coming from Ajo and going to Ajo?
Does that make sense, sir?
I just came, made a U-turn and came back.
You make a U-turn.
I was getting a bottle of Baileys Irish cream for my mother for Mother's Day
Whose car is this?
It's my car.
Does everything in the car belong to you?
Yes, well not everything, like these glasses are my girlfriend's.
Which one doesn't belong to you?
Any weapons, guns, narcotics, contraband?
Currency over $10,000?
Were you in possession of the car the whole time?
Make sure you turn your camcorder off. You can't record while you're in secondary inspection.
What is this for?
I record everything continuously
You can't record while you're here, sir.
If you have an issue, you can talk to the supervisor about it.
Yeah, I've done that before.
I've done that before.
You can't do it here.
Well, they said I could.
Uh, John Smith.
Agent John Smith said I could.
You can't record while you're in Secondary Inspection.
I don't agree with that.
You need to turn you camcorder off
and then you can go inside
Once I'm done with the Inspection, you can make you complaint to your supervisor
But, recording you can't record here.
Well, I don't agree with that.
You don't have to agree with it.
I'm just giving you a lawful order, turn your camcorder off.
Well, I'm telling you lawfully the First Amendment gives me the right to record
That's a lawful, uh
The Search Amendment to, record in Search
Doesn't apply at the Border.
This is the Border Search Authority, sir.
Oh, okay, well it's not gonna see your recording anything, uh, searching anything.
I'm telling you, you can't record here, sir.
You need to turn it off.
Oh, okay, that's what I'm here for.
Could you come to Secondary?
This gentleman refuses to turn his recorders off.
Refuses to turn his recorders off.
His recorders. He refuses to turn them off.
You go through this all the time so you know that you need to stop recording
while we do the interview and take the deceleration. After that you can do it. This is a frail whittling
So you're not supposed to do that?
Well that that's what I'm here to do is record.
What was that?
That's what I'm here to do is to record continuously.
I don't intend to turn them off
Well, that's going to be an issue then.
Um, do you have the
The thing, uh on the video
Recording devices and that they need to be shut off?
What do you have?
Let me go bring it for him.
I've already read it.
Stay, stay with him, so
If not, ah
We need to come up, out of the vehicle, right?
Take your sunglasses off, sir.
These aren't sunglasses.
They aren't sunglasses.
Take them off.
I can't wear clear glasses?
These are clear glasses.
Yeah, and I need to be able to visualize your response when I ask you a questions.
They know how to open the door but don't know how to close it.
Step out of the vehicle.
Do you have any weapons on you, any
Do you have any permission to record?
Right here. Turn it off.
Yeah we can do
And delete it, if I can figure this out.
Turn it off.
woof, woof, woof, woof
ruff, ruff ruff
How do you turn it off? On the top?
I don't really know.
Yeah the top one
Yeah, I turned this one off.
He jumped apperal.
Just going to be today.
I don't see it at least on this one.
The red one?
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Calusa Indian Mound St Petersburg FL
The Calusa lived on the sandy shores of the southwest coast of Florida. These Indians controlled most of south Florida. The population of this tribe may have reached as many as 50,000 people. The Calusa men were tall and well built with long hair. Calusa means fierce people, and they were described as a fierce, war-like people. Many smaller tribes were constantly watching for these marauding warriors. The first Spanish explorers found that these Indians were not very friendly. The explorers soon became the targets of the Calusa attacks. This tribe was the first one that the Spanish explorers wrote home about in 1513.
The Calusa lived on the coast and along the inner waterways. They built their homes on stilts and wove Palmetto leaves to fashion roofs, but they didn't construct any walls.
The Calusa Indians did not farm like the other Indian tribes in Florida. Instead, they fished for food on the coast, bays, rivers, and waterways. The men and boys of the tribe made nets from palm tree webbing to catch mullet, pinfish, pigfish, and catfish. They used spears to catch eels and turtles. They made fish bone arrowheads to hunt for animals such as deer. The women and children learned to catch shellfish like conchs, crabs, clams, lobsters, and oysters.
The Calusa are considered to be the first shell collectors. Shells were discarded into huge heaps. Unlike other Indian tribes, the Calusa did not make many pottery items. They used the shells for tools, utensils, jewelry, and ornaments for their shrines. Shell spears were made for fishing and hunting.
Shell mounds can still be found today in many parts of southern Florida. Environmentalists and conservation groups protect many of these remaining shell mounds. One shell mound site is Mound Key at Estero Bay in Lee County. Its construction is made entirely of shells and clay. This site is believed to be the chief town of the Calusa, where the leader of the tribe, Chief Carlos lived.
Archaeologists have excavated many of these mounds to learn more about these extinct people. Artifacts such as shell tools, weapons, and ornaments are on display in many Florida history museums.
Living and surviving on the coast caused the tribesmen to become great sailors. They defended their land against other smaller tribes and European explorers that were traveling by water. The Calooshahatchee River, which means River of the Calusa, was their main waterway.
They traveled by dugout canoes, which were made from hollowed-out cypress logs approximately 15 feet long. They used these canoes to travel as far as Cuba. Explorers reported that the Calusa attacked their ships that were anchored close to shore. The Calusa were also known to sail up and down the west coast salvaging the wealth from shipwrecks.
What happened to these fierce sailing Indians? The Calusa tribe died out in the late 1700s. Enemy Indian tribes from Georgia and South Carolina began raiding the Calusa territory. Many Calusa were captured and sold as slaves.
In addition, diseases such as smallpox and measles were brought into the area from the Spanish and French explorers and these diseases wiped out entire villages. It is believed that the few remaining Calusa Indians left for Cuba when the Spanish turned Florida over to the British in 1763.