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Big Orange Ready To Bring In The New Year

The final touches are being put on Miami’s Big Orange/La Gran Naranja and Bayfront Park ahead of the annual New Year’s Eve blow out.

12/30/2013

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South Florida Ready To Bring In 2013

New Year’s Eve party preparations are under way in Miami and Fort Lauderdale as the end of 2012 approaches.

CBS4–12/31/2012

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Miami’s Big Orange Set For Test Run Ahead Of New Year’s Eve

Dozens of people are putting the final touches on Miami’s Big Orange/La Gran Naranja ahead of its annual ascent to mark the beginning of a new year.

CBS Miami–12/28/2012

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Miami’s ‘Big Orange’ Gets A New Name

The “Big Orange” known for its New Year’s Eve ascension up the InterContinental Hotel in downtown Miami every New Year’s Eve is getting a new name.

CBS4–11/26/2012

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Big Orange To Celebrate 25th Anniversary

Sunday will officially kick off the New Year, but before the City of Miami welcomes 2012, it’s making sure the Big Orange is ready for its annual ride to the top of the Intercontinental Hotel.

CBS4–12/28/2011

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South Florida Welcomes 2011 With Celebrations, Tragedies

From Lighthouse Point to the Southernmost Point, South Florida revelers gathered by the thousands to welcome in 2011, celebrating with a climbing orange, a dropping ball, and a drag queen who made a graceful descent to her adoring public, in a giant shoe. At least 3 people died in shootings or accidents.

CBS4–01/01/2011

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Officials Promote Miami’s NYE Event As National Countdown

Miami officials are optimistic about the turn out for the city’s Big Orange New Year Eve countdown celebrations, and they’re hoping the event will take the national spotlight.

CBS4–12/29/2010

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Celebrating New Year’s Eve In S. Florida

South Florida is the perfect place to celebrate the New Year. The weather is very mild at this time of year, compared to other parts of the country. From parades to fireworks to food, there are plenty of fun ways to ring in 2011 in South Florida.

CBS4–11/29/2010

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