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Venezuela’s consulate in Miami locked tight for years

Venezuela’s consulate in Miami locked tight for years

Venezuela’s consulate in Miami has a large office space in Brickell, an office that has been untouched and empty for four years. The government of Venezuela withdrew consular personnel from Miami after what they perceived…

Parking scofflaws may pay more to fund transit

Parking scofflaws may pay more to fund transit

Parking scofflaws, beware – you may be in the next target of county officials who have stepped up efforts in the ongoing search for funding for transit projects. At the Fiscal Priorities Committee of Miami-Dade…

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Tri-Rail trains will roll into MiamiCentral

Tri-Rail trains will roll into MiamiCentral

The South Florida Regional Transportation Authority’s governing board has voted to accept an agreement among local agencies that will allow Tri-Rail trains to roll into…

CSX Corp. won’t fill Miami’s passenger rail gap

CSX Corp. won’t fill Miami’s passenger rail gap

The county has hit a wall in talks with rail company CSX Corp. about buying its freight tracks for an 11-mile east-west commuter line, says…

Miami condominium market sees small price drop

Miami condominium market sees small price drop

The Miami condominium market is relatively stable and holding its own compared to countywide statistics, experts say, despite a decrease in transactions from this time…

Wynwood’s alcohol permits running dry

Wynwood’s alcohol permits running dry

To propel their neighborhood even further on the path of being an entertainment venue, members of the Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID) last month discussed…

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Opinion

33 years of Miami Today: What would you do without it?

33 years of Miami Today: What would you do without it?

Thirty-three years ago this week the first copies of Miami Today rolled off a press downtown. That was the easy part of starting a newspaper to serve a growing cosmopolis. The harder parts came both earlier and later in our third of a century and counting. Months earlier we had walked every delivery route with a stopwatch to make sure you’d get your paper on time. Next we persuaded businesses who had never seen a copy of Miami Today that advertising…

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Aliette DelPozo Rodz: Heading Cuba task force as partner at Shutts law firm

Aliette DelPozo Rodz: Heading Cuba task force as partner at Shutts law firm

Aliette DelPozo Rodz always wanted to be a lawyer and feels at home in a courtroom. The first Hispanic female to become a partner at Shutts & Bowen at the considerably young age of 36, Ms. Rodz loves her litigation practice, which she describes as dynamic and always interesting.  For the most part, Ms. Rodz handles commercial cases with complex fraud and tort claims; business contract disputes; and shareholder disputes. She also represents institutions and assists them with creditor rights and…

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Real Estate

Miami condominium market sees small price drop

Miami condominium market sees small price drop

The Miami condominium market is relatively stable and holding its own compared to countywide statistics, experts say, despite a decrease in transactions from this time last year and a small drop in the year-to-date price…

Government

Tri-Rail trains will roll into MiamiCentral

Tri-Rail trains will roll into MiamiCentral

The South Florida Regional Transportation Authority’s governing board has voted to accept an agreement among local agencies that will allow Tri-Rail trains to roll into the new MiamiCentral station by the end of next year.…

Business & Finance

Wynwood’s alcohol permits running dry

Wynwood’s alcohol permits running dry

To propel their neighborhood even further on the path of being an entertainment venue, members of the Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID) last month discussed changing the way alcohol permits are issued. “We’re out of…

Communities

The Underline on a $100 million quest

The Underline on a $100 million quest

The Underline, Miami’s soon-to-be 10-mile linear park and urban trail running along the land below the Metrorail, continues on its seemingly obstacle-free path to break ground early next year, with just under $8 million in…

Arts & Culture

“The Romanovs: 1613-1918” at Prologue Society

“The Romanovs: 1613-1918” at Prologue Society

Simon Sebag Montefiore, who entertained members of the Prologue Society a few years ago with his popular history “Jerusalem,” returns to talk about his new book, “The Romanovs: 1613-1918 – a compendium of political and…

Education

FIU looks to partner with Asia’s hospitality industry

FIU looks to partner with Asia’s hospitality industry

As Asia’s hospitality industry takes great leaps forward, FIU’s Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management is looking into partnerships with Asian institutions that can lead to expanded opportunities for its students. “We look for…

Healthcare

America’s opioid abuse problem hits home in Miami

America’s opioid abuse problem hits home in Miami

America’s opioid abuse problem, once thought to be a killer vice only for inner-city junkies, is now a country-wide epidemic affecting even Miami. The good news is that solutions are out there, according to a…

Transportation

CSX Corp. won’t fill Miami’s passenger rail gap

CSX Corp. won’t fill Miami’s passenger rail gap

The county has hit a wall in talks with rail company CSX Corp. about buying its freight tracks for an 11-mile east-west commuter line, says Commissioner Esteban Bovo Jr., so it’s not a viable way…

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