If you want to see Miamians get all glossy-eyed and nostalgic, mention Miami Marine Stadium. Back in 1963, this Virginia Key landmark was built for powerboat racing, but its legendary floating stage soon became the place to watch concerts, boxing matches, the annual Easter Sunrise Service, and even an episode of Donahue. The city was enamored with this open-air venue and proud to have such a unique piece of architecture within our city limits. Until the ultimate hater, Hurricane Andrew, stuck a fork in the fun — nature’s destruction caused the city to condemn the place and it was done. Since then, the stadium has become the canvas for rogue graffiti artists and yet another dilapidated building with a special place in... More >>>