Running with the 'Raven' a South Beach Tradition Each day, a south Florida man runs eight miles along South Beach. He hasn't missed a day in more than three decades. His dedication has earned him an iconic status among the locals.
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Running with the 'Raven' a South Beach Tradition

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Running with the 'Raven' a South Beach Tradition

Running with the 'Raven' a South Beach Tradition

Running with the 'Raven' a South Beach Tradition

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Each day, a south Florida man runs eight miles along South Beach. Robert Kraft, known locally as "Raven," hasn't missed a day in more than three decades. His dedication has earned him an iconic status among the locals.

WLRN's Shannon Novak profiles the Raven.