Saturday, 19 October 2013 18:41

NBC 6 Florida Features New Stadium Exhibit at Coral Gables Museum.

NBC 6 Florida caught up yesterday with the Curator from the Coral Gables Museum's latest addition which showcases the the past, present and  future of Miami Marine Stadium. Florida's NBC 6 anchor Adam Kuperstein reports along with video from NBC 6 photojournalist Chance Horner as the exhibit prepared for its grand opening on Thursday Night. Check out the featured exclusive below and click here to help donate to the cause:

 

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NBC 6 Florida Features New Stadium Exhibit at Coral Gables Museum.

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