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Just west of glitzy Miami Beach, Hialeah, Florida in Miami-Dade County is a suburb in the metropolitan area and the sixth largest city in the state. Named by Willie Willie, a Seminole trading post operator, Hialeah, which means “High Prairie,” saw significant development during the Florida Land Boom of the 1920’s. Developer and Missouri cattleman James Bright was the first to see Hialeah’s potential. First, however, he had to drain the swampy land to make way for roads and residential neighborhoods. He was soon joined by pioneering aviator Glenn Curtiss who was also instrumental in the development of San Diego, California. By the early 1920’s the two men had sold one million dollars in land and within two years Hialeah had more than 40 families residing within the city. Hialeah’s first resident, G.R. Milliard, owned the city’s post office, real estate office and general store. Not surprisingly, he named his first daughter Leah. Meanwhile, Bright and Curtiss continued their development, building the popular Hialeah Race Track which was originally home to greyhound racing but transitioned to thoroughbred racing in 1925. Soon enough, Hialeah became the playground for the rich and famous who would bring their horses south from New York and Kentucky in the winter time to take advantage of the warm Florida climate. Hialeah was the first track in the nation to run horses on a turf course. Over the years, many of racing’s greatest horses ran at Hialeah including the iconic Seabiscuit as well as triple crown winners Citation and Seattle Slew. In the early 2000’s the track was closed with the last thoroughbred race run in 2001. Recently, investors have built a casino and reinstituted a quarter horse meet in the winter. Today, the city of Hialeah is a predominantly Hispanic community with the largest population of Cuban-Americans in the nation.
A Hialeah tutor will undoubtedly keep you caught up on your most demanding academic courses so you can enjoy the exciting things to do in Hialeah and the greater Miami region. In 2016, the Miami New Times ranked the ten best things to do in Hialeah. Topping the list is the city’s Leah Arts District which showcases the work of local artists and has sponsored several free events during the summer months. Second on the list is the historic Flamingo Plaza, established in 1956, with its trendy thrift stores. For Cuban food, Chico’s specializes in masas de puerco (fried pork chunks) and arroz con leche (rice pudding). And for cheap Cuban goods go to Ñooo! ¡Que Barato! which literally means “Damn, that’s cheap.”
For outdoor enthusiasts, Amelia Earhart Park offers a variety of recreational opportunities to Hialeah residents. The 515-acre park has a large wetlands area for fishing along with more than eight miles of hiking and mountain biking trails. Originally an airfield and a Marine base, the park features a petting zoo, dog park and wakeboarding on the 91-acre lake. The park is home to the Bill Graham Farm Village, a replica farm where visitors can view demonstrations of horse shoeing and livestock judging.
Shoppers will appreciate the Westland Mall in Hialeah. Opened in 1971, the mall has more than 100 stores with Macy’s, Sears and JC Penney as anchors. Other popular stores include Aéropostale, Bath and Body Works and Forever 21. The mall also includes 18 different eateries ranging from Chili’s to Subway. More than 10,000 people a day from the Miami metropolitan area visit the mall.
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